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so i have a problem with target. why aren’t women allowed to try on spanx?

if they aren’t allowed to try them on for “health reasons” then why are they allowed to try on bathing suits? shorts? or any pants at all? if the “health reasons” include the worry of discharge then you can have a rule about keeping underwear on.

why are we allowed to try on underwear at Victoria’s secret or pink?

they do give us very thin underwear to put on under the panties being tried on but that still doesn’t protect the clothing from discharge. i can also have the same problem when trying on pants or shorts...discharge.

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Anonymous
#1480054

Because heavy women will try them on stretch them out AF and they will be ruined. Buy them, take it home, try it on and return. Buy two sizes if it makes it easier.

ransom
#1467645

You're joking, right?

Anonymous
#1466074

Ewww! Because as a customer, I would NEVER buy something that has touched someone's crotch, that's why!!!

Bathing suits have a sticky paper that prevents your hoo ha from touching the actual material, Spanx don't have this.

Plus, Spanx fit SUPER tight so it gets all your body sweat, lotion, and dead skin on it. Making it very unhygenic!

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