'Michel', from Birmingham, writes:
I see, so chemical castration is the latest way for sad people to
punish those who they see as more sad than themselves. And there is
nothing illegal about the age of the label on the used underwear.
If there was, then thousands who like wearing nappies (diapers to
you chemical castration junkies) would have been arrested years ago.
Just because you don’t do it, does not make the person who does
a criminal or a pervert - but it does make you a narrow minded bigot.
'Joe' (ages 17), from Pasadena, in the USA, writes:
I love to sniff teens panties, particularly the ones has some of her pubic hair
clung in her dirty panties.
Pervy Pantylover, from the USA, writes:
As the administrator of a website for sad panty perverts, I find the
mention in your article of panty-obsessed Americans to be mis-leading.
While there are plenty of used panty fans in the USA, an overwhelming
number of our members are actually from the UK and Europe. Additionally,
no self-respecting used panty fan would ever come near child's underwear.
Those that do, are not members of the used panty fetish community,
they are criminals and perverts in need of chemical castration.
The author, Keli McTaggart, replies: Personally,
I think that anyone who gets their jollies from sniffing musky girl's
knickers (of whatever age) is a criminal and a pervert
who is in need of chemical castration, or at the very least, having
their horrid little willy steeped
for twenty-four hours in a piping hot cup of coffee—de-caff
of course, we're not savages here.
'Alexandra' from Cherokee, in the USA, writes:
I know I knew Japanese teenagers sold their smelly panties to dirty
old men but British teens??? Come on! As a dirty little dyke myself
I find it hard to believe British girls would sell their stinky panties
(and they do stink!!) to anyone let alone a perfect stranger, but
if they do well...more power to you sister!!!