As a follow-up to my previous post, it seems that babies aren’t the only ones who should be concerned about radiation. Adults, too, should be concerned. You see, a long time ago, my mother-in-law told my husband that if he kept putting his cellphone in his pocket and placing his laptop on his lap, he might not be able to produce an offspring. Well, do you think that if he wore anti-radiation underwear from that time on, we would have conceived our child sooner? I believe my mother-in-law would think so.
This product claims to reduce the exposure of a man’s reproductive part to cellphone, laptop, wifi and even microwave oven radiation. Why does it need to be shielded, you may ask? Because radiation is said to be linked to infertility due to low sperm count. And how does this special type of underwear shield radiation? Well, it is made from 100% silver-nylon blend fabric that underwent “rigorous testing and have up to 60 dB shielding effectiveness in frequency range from 10 MHz to 3 GHz and beyond” (whatever that means). I guess there’s no harm in giving it a try if you wish to conceive, right?
To protect your, um, package and its contents (lame – ikr!), check out the boxer briefs in this link.