Half-naked models strut down the fashion week runway in ‘VAGINA WIGS’ during South Korean designer’s bizarre catwalk show

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in February 2018:

Complete look: One model wore one of the merkins along with a golden jacket and bright red thigh-high boots, complete with winged eye-liner and jewelry

Fierce: Another look involved pairing one of the toopees with a metallic jacket and gloves

Our thanks to Martin for this. An extract:

Historically, vagina wigs were known as merkins and date back to the middle of the 15th century, according to the Oxford Companion To The Body.

Merkins, which can be traced back to 1450, are believed to have had two main uses at the time.

Some women who had public lice had to shave off their pubes entirely as a result of the condition, and opted to wear the furry toupees instead to cover their nether regions.

Prostitutes also resorted to wearing merkins after contracting certain STDs, such as syphilis or gonorrhea, when they wanted to conceal their symptoms.

Kaimin’s merkins were the result of a collaboration with hairstylists from New York City’s Prema Hair salon, with creative director Dale Delaporte overseeing the project.

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