You’ve been drafted to a military island party and your mission is to strut your stuff any which way you like in our Erik Jockstrap! Pair these super sexy camo babies with our Evan Harness (each sold separately) and you’ll be in command(o)!
Why You’ll Love Our Jocks:
- Soft ribble waistband in black for all day comfy wear
- Allow more airflow to your nether region thanks to the mesh army fabric and overall design
- Pair it with any of our harnesses (each sold separately) from our army collection drop and you’ll stand out at any party
- 95% polyester / 5% elastane
- Underwear is final sale except for manufacturing defects, please check our Return Policy for details and how to get in touch with us!
Learn Something New Whilst You Shop:
Research on queer lives and loves in the South Pacific reveals how US servicemen created vibrant and visible subcultures at home and abroad in World War II. Men confirmed identities they had already explored in civilian life or discovered exciting new possibilities. Models of sexuality in the 1940s were largely but not exclusively based on gender. Gay men embraced feminine self-presentation as a crucial part of their identity. Many “normal” or masculine men had sex with their effete comrades.
Sailors went by queer personas like “Seabiscuit” and “Canteen Mary” and used feminine pronouns. When new folk arrived on base, they introduced to others by their female names: “Mary, this is Kate” and “Ella, this is Gertrude”.
Queer lives like those of “Mary” and “Kate” are often subsumed within accounts that emphasize furtive, transient and situational encounters between men in war. But accounts like those from New Caledonia suggest that war allowed men to express their sexuality and gender much more freely.
Did you know that articles in The Conversation are written by academics in collaboration with a team of more than 20 professional journalists? We do this work because we value reliable information and want to help you understand the evidence behind complex issues
Our model is 1.90m (6'3") and weighs 90kg (198lbs) and he wears a size L. Please check our size guide below for more details on how to get your best fit: