One thing I’m really tired of is social media sites kicking guys off. We have had a lot of great guys be kicked off of Instagram (Facebook is just as bad), YouTube, and more. There is a significant double standard in the world of men’s underwear vs. women.

I personally know about ten guys who have either had their IG accounts shut down for violating Terms of Serice. These guys aren’t showing off sexual acts or even “sexually explicit” images. Once the guy’s accounts are deleted, they are gone., unless you got their contact info.

This affects brands as well as individuals. Yesterday we posted the new video by Clever Moda, featuring their Gypsy collection. Then I notice their entire account was terminated — a word used by YouTube.

We need a social media site dedicated to underwear that is not afraid of a bulge or butt showing in a thong. Where we can come together, gay or straight, and have fun talking about and sharing our love for underwear.

I”m working on an underwear social network for us to come together and want to know what’s important to you.


Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years


  1. You should check out newTumble. Similar to tumblr, but without restrictions. Self rated posts keep it from the eyes of those that don’t want to see.

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