You might not be aware of it but underwear can be exclusive. Not everyone wearing it feels satisfied with the options available.
Some might even go to specific stores and websites to find ones that are suitable for their bodies.
TomboyX wants to cater to those people by providing clothing for stylish tomboys, independent spirits, and HeSheTheyWeYouMeUsX.
The Seatle-based brands neutral line carries sizes from extra small to a 4X and has five different nude shades to match peoples complexions.
Founded five years ago by married couple Fran Dunaway and Naomi Gonzalez, the company has set a goal to provide comfortable, eco-friendly and inexpensive underwear for all body types.
The neutrals collection features 4.5” trunks, 6” fly shorts, 9” boxer briefs, bikini bottoms, and boy shorts, with prices from $20 (£14.92) to $36 (£26.81).
Its not just underwear either, TomboyX sells bralettes with cross-back adjustable straps which provide support for the breasts and add shape without irritation, according to their website.
It also states: This is not your average nude, these underwears dont want you to blend in.
These underwears know that your body is the canvas you use to tell the world who you are.
And when you go out in the world and declare yourself, sometimes you need to know that someone sees you for exactly who you are, sometimes its as simple as the first thing you put on and the last thing you take off.
To launch the new line, Fran and Naomi decided to feature five individuals who live their lives authentically and use their voices to affect positive change.
Ericka Hart, a self-labelled queer, kinky, cancer warrior is one of them. The campaign also features Khrystyna Kazakova, a body positive activist and model, as well as Kanda Mbenza-Ngoma, a queer musician and model.
YouTuber Chella Man, who is a deaf Chinese, Jewish trans person, is part of the campaign too. Ari Fitz, a writer whose work navigates gender and identity joins them all.
You can read all their stories on the website where the line is now available.