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Yves Saint Laurent recently released a new line of jewelry that is raising some eyebrows.


The French fashion empire is now selling penis shaped necklaces and earrings made out of golden brass. The necklace retails for $795 and the earrings for $345.

The necklace and earrings are only available in stores and not online as they already sold out.


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In light of the #MeToo movement, it seems a risky time to put the penis on display in such a celebratory way, but the decision does not appear to have hurt sales.

We're not sure who is purchasing the jewelry, but on social media the response was mixed.

The majority of people simply wondered "Why?"






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Others had some questions and confusion.


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Still, most folks were not impressed.





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Are we in a time warp?

What would penis jewelry be without a little slut shaming?

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Hey fair is fair.

And then this little bit of advice.


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What's the big deal, tho?


If penis jewelry isn't your thing, you can always get an umbilical cord necklace.

H/T: Pink News, Mirror,

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