Reed Asaad is leading the campaign to get Saudi women working in lingerie shops rather than men

Reed Asaad is leading the campaign to get Saudi women working in lingerie shops rather than men

Saudi Arabia has a problem with its sexy time. The BBC is reporting that some lingerie shops in the uber-conservative nation of Saudi Arabia are employed by all men. It’s making it uncomfortable for the women to find pretty knickers, as anyone would assume. So Reed Asaad has launched a campaign on Facebook to have all women work in the sexy shops. Not only would this give the ladies more employment opportunities, but it would make shopping for corsets a much more comfortable situation (or as comfortable as a corset can be).

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