Japanese Bra Only Unhooks For Love, Changes Campus Dating [VIDEO]

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Well, there’s a lot less room for regret for college girls today. The wonders of Japanese technology have introduced a new bra that’s guaranteed to protect their virtues from smooth-talking cads who slime their way into the hearts of innocent gals and…wait a minute. That’s us. Well, now it’s just plain bad news that a Japanese lingerie company has invented a new bra that only becomes undone when your date falls in love.

The “True Love Tester” bra comes from lingerie maker Ravijour, and it’s designed to stay closed until the right guy comes along. It monitors the woman’s heartbeat through a special monitor in the left cup but it doesn’t just fly open when the heartbeat reaches a certain level. It can detect the release of catecholamine, a form of adrenaline that can increase the heart rate from certain emotional stimuli. The information picked up by the sensor is sent to a special app on the bra owner’s phone. It analyzes the data to determine if the increased heart rate is because of the release of catecholamine indicating that she’s ready to get it on.

The good news is that these bras won’t go on sale to the general public. They will only be available to five couples who win the chance to use them–after, that is, they purchase $50 worth of Ravijour stuff. Maybe the more idealistic way is to consider it to be a great thing for a guy who’s getting a real life-affirming experience. It’s the ultimate confidence builder, after all, with no better way for a woman to profess her love than letting her bra fly away like some kind of ancient lust demon.

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