The name alone should give you some clue as to what it is and what it does. Here’s the description on the Anti-Panti web site:
underwear nonsense. — thongs, g-strings, low-riders, briefs, boy-cut,
bikini — the list never ends. With Anti-Panti you do not have to
choose. You do not have to think about which underwear works with which
pants, or which is low enough not to peek out the back of your jeans.
Anti-Panti is an adhesive-backed cotton disc that sticks to the inside
of your pants and eliminates the need to wear underwear.
The ergonomic engineer in me says “that can’t be terribly comfortable”
(although thong underwear doesn’t look comfortable either). The party
boy in me says “Wendy, can we put these on the wedding registry?”
Clearly I am unqualified to discuss the merits of the Anti-Panti. I
know a number of free-thinking women who still squirm at the word
“panties” (“It just sounds wrong!”); I imagine they’d have trouble
ordering the product by name. I also expect that Xeni Jardin, Boing Boing’s specialist on all matters rumpy-pumpy will write a first-hand review soon (either her, or the equally entertaining Annalee Newitz would do just fine).
Women readers, what do you think? (I already know what the men readers are thinking: “PHWOOOOOAAARRRR!”)