These 3 Eastern European countries are really banning lace panties now

Women in Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus will soon have one less undergarment option, as the countries move to ban lace panties.Producing, importing and selling synthetic lace panties will be banned this summer within the Customs Union, a trading alliance between the three nations, the Moscow Times reports. The law was passed and took effect in 2012, but won't be strictly enforced until July 1.The trade bloc says that synthetic lace does not absorb enough moisture, NBC News explains.Lace underwear ban ...

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