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How Do We Feel About Dear Kates, Panties With Built-In Panty Liners?

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Clicking around the Dear Kates website after I saw someone post about it on Facebook, I was dying to know what made these plain-colored panties so special that they could get away with charging roughly $35 a pair.  It was on the FAQ page that I finally got my answer: Dear Kates are three-layered panties that you can wear as panty liners. 

The undies come in thongs, bikini cuts, and hipsters. All of the pairs are absorbant enough to hold up to three teaspoons of liquid.

Conceivably you can also wear your Dear Kates if you have incontinence or get sweaty while exercising. (According to the website, you are only supposed to use them as panty liners and not in place of a tampon or pad.)

True, you are creating less waste in the environment by not using panty liners — 730 liners per year, their website claims. But then again, if you are concerned about your period’s impact on the environment, you are probably already familiar with the Diva Cup or Luna Pads.

But still, I can’t imagine justifying the purchase of a pair of special $35 panties instead of just wearing normal “period panties”: crappy old cotton Hanes with a panty liner. Could you? Let me know in the comments.

Contact the author of this post at Jessica@TheFrisky.com. Follow me on Twitter.

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