MUSLIM RAPE EPIDEMIC : How German Women Are Now Protecting Themselves


Muslim sexual attacks in Germany have been skyrocketing over the last year. We all remember the mass sexual assaults that took place throughout Germany last year on New Years Eve where large groups of Moroccan, Algerian, and Tunisian men surrounded German women and systematically assaulted them all night long. These attacks took place in Cologne, Berlin, Hamburg, Bielefeld, Frankfurt, as well as other cities throughout Europe. This is known as the  “Taharrush” rape game throughout the Muslim world, and the recent tidal wave of Middle Eastern immigrants has brought the practice to Europe.

Now, a German woman has come up with a solution to the problem.

A pair of underpants for women has been developed with a built in chastity belt and piercing alarm. The lock built into the females’ genital area and the alarm is designed to keep the owner safe from sexual assault.


The product’s sales has been exceeding the manufacturer’s expectations and is currently SOLD OUT!

German business school graduate Sandra Seilz invented the product after she was raped by three drunk men one night while out jogging.

The product’s website reads, “Get into your safe shorts, pull the ergonomically placed high-tech cords that are tear and cut-resistant until the trousers are in place. Should someone try to get into the trousers of the jogger the alarm will go off at a volume of 130 decibels, which will scare off the attacker.”

How pathetic that it has come to this.

Chancellor Angela Merkel has destroyed Germany with her open-border policies and has allowed millions of unvetted Muslim refugees to flood into Europe. And instead of acknowledging the problem and addressing it with rational immigration reform, Merkel has forced German women have to resort to wearing anti-rape underwear when they leave the house.

Do you think this anti-rape product is a good idea? Or should the German people insist on addressing the root of the problem and fix their immigration system? Share your thoughts in the comments section.