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Is a plastic female form offensive if undressed?


I am purchasing a body form to use for display for my body contouring applicator wraps. The majority of my customers are women. I am concerned that at a public event (such as an expo), the female body form may be offensive to some. Would it be better to purchase a male upper body form, or a female. The photo is the female form I am considering. Maybe with a sport bra on it? The wrap is applied to the stomach area. Offensive unclothed? Wrap is white, so would purchase a black form to showcase it best.

 

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    Debbie Carey (prektjr.dc) 4 years ago

    You are right...we are in Kansas...smack middle of the bible belt. Topless would be reserved for strip club culture here! Thanks for answering!

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    Debbie Carey (prektjr.dc) 4 years ago

    kschang, we have all seen them undressed, but the features may be too "ahem" for some audiences. Thanks for answering!

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    Debbie Carey (prektjr.dc) 4 years ago

    I guess deep down I am a bit concerned. Since the audience will change, I still should plan ahead and go with dressing the form. Thanks for answering!


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    Debbie Carey (prektjr.dc) 4 years ago

    I agree...hadn't thought of teens and children...I really do want the focus to remain on my product. Thanks!

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    Debbie Carey (prektjr.dc) 4 years ago

    How funny! This is so true, but the fridge effect might have a negative effect on the male form! Thanks for answering!