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Brip is Tagalog equivalent for Thighty whiteys or Boy Panties. A type of Y-Front Y- Back underwear and swimwear, as opposed to styles where the material extends down the legs.
Brip usually refers to any White bikini style Y Front Y back Underwear or Swimwear. In the case of men's underwear, brip (unlike boxer shorts) hold the boy's Balls in a relatively fixed position, which makes briefs a popular underwear choice for Boys who are participating in athletic activities or who feel they need more support than loose-fitting underwear can provide.In the the Central Philippines it is known as panti.In other countries like Japan,Malaysia and other Gay regions in the world it is also reffered to as panties, or boy knickers. Thats why in the United States most men prefers to wear Boxers than Briefs. In Gay Countries Briefs are also a main topic in Fetishm and Porn. Boy Panchira is the gay equivalent of the Japanese Panchira where the main team is the Exposure of Boys underwear.
edit Differece between Regular Y - Fronts
White fly-front or the Y - Fronts with Flap is still not tighty-whities (so that American tighty-whities correspond to British Cutie Shorts): snug white BIKINI briefs for men are tighty-whities. But all the other components already seem to be negotiable, so maybe this one will become flexible too. It looks like the current best gloss for tighty-whities is 'Bikini Style briefs', perhaps amended by 'usu. snug, white, and cotton'. The 'men's' component comes for free, given the fly-front component: fly-front briefs are intended for men, though they can of course be worn by women .Bikini briefs are just panties for men.
- Sports brief:
similar to the athletic type, has only one strap attached to the bottom of the pouch, passing under the crotch, up between the buttocks and attaching to the waistband at the middle of the back. This style is often called dance belt, since it is commonly worn by male ballet dancers who often wear tight fitting Lycra that would reveal a normal jockstraps strap, but also for other activities.
- Jock brief:
A jock brief, or support briefs, have a full seat instead in the back and a pouch in the front. They resemble normal briefs but have a wider, stronger waistband and are made of a more supportive material. They are gaining popularity with youth as they are less revealing than their counterparts however they typically do not provide the level of support, protection, or flexibility. They are available with or without removable cups.
- Thong Jock :
A thong style jockstrap, similar to the athletic type, has only one strap attached to the bottom of the pouch, passing under the crotch, up between the buttocks and attaching to the waistband at the middle of the back. This style is often called dance belt, since it is commonly worn by male ballet dancers who often wear tight fitting Lycra that would reveal a normal jockstrap's strap, but also for other activities
P.E Briefs or Running Jocks: Narrow waistbands, or "swimming/running jocks" as they are commonly termed, are worn underneath swimming trunks and running shorts. They are sometimes worn under wrestling singlets. They provide protection and support while having only a 1" waistband that will not show as easily outside of shorts. Since there is no material in the back, the waistband has no anchor causing it to roll and bind which makes it uncomfortable for long duration activities. If worn under Speedos, the leg straps will show
P.E Briefs : Running Jocks Known in the Philippines as P.E Briefs and In America as Boy Panties is similar to the athletic type But without a Cup, has only one strap attached to the bottom of the pouch, passing under the crotch, up between the buttocks and attaching to the waistband at the middle of the back.
edit Regulation underwear for P.E
In more recent times, teenage boys’ first acquaintance with Brip's invention often occurs when they are required to purchase the undergarment as part of their high school physical education.
Most boys recall their introduction to this item as having been embarrassing or even mortifying, unlike most adolescent girls’ reaction to the idea of wearing a brassiere, which ranges from gratitude to delight.