Scientists Develop Line of Clothing Apparel

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Monday, 26 January 2009

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In what may be the single most important advancement in the field of sex research for the blind, behavioral and physiological psychologists have developed clothing and provocative underwear designed to enhance the sexual experience of blind people. Chief scientist, Canno See Notheeng' of Germany, was positively jubilant over the results of the ground-breaking research.

The "double-blind" study, involving 25 blind college students, both girls and boys, was the brain-child of Where's Da Lite, a famous French astronomer and part-time blind expert.

In the study, researchers had secretly affixed Braille dots to the underwear and outer clothing, such as shirts, pants, socks, t-shirts, bras, underwear, etc. The college subjects reported that when running their fingers across the garments, they instantly recognized exactly what was being touched. Scientists reported a 100% success rate. An unparalleled rate in scientific circles.

Plans for designing, manufacturing, and marketing are still in the infancy stage. Also in the works are plans to make the Braille dots stick to bare skin. However, look for state-of-the-art clothing to be on store shelves in the next six months.

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