Man invents lipstick to glue vagina lips together so period can't escape. Women aren't keen.

A man has invented a lipstick that "glues vagina lips together" so that none of the blood can get out.

Daniel Dopps has invented what is essentially a pritt-stick for vaginas, as an alternative to tampons or sanitary towels. The device has drawn a lot of ridicule from people who actually have periods, and any other people who know how the human body works.

Not having ever had a period in his life, or even a vagina, Daniel had to use a little imagination to come up with his invention.

In a Facebook post he explains how it works, starting with these two amazing sentences:

"Have you ever woke up with your lips stuck together? It didn't hurt and it was kind of fun."

It gets weirder from there, and it soon becomes clear that Daniel may never have seen a vagina before he invented his product.

The post soon picked up a lot of mocking comments. Such as...



Because he definitely does seem to be under the impression that menstrual blood comes from the urethra, where urine is expelled, rather than from the vagina. Something you can literally google in about two seconds before you launch a product.

Responding to criticisms of his vagina glue, Mensez (which is what the product is called for some reason) said that the people who didn't like his product were "white" "man-hating" and "lesbians in particular."


Ok, now picture the guy who invented this device. You're picturing an old white guy with a goatee, right? Spot on, well pictured.

In an interview, Dopps put criticism of his vagina glue was purely out of hatred of white guys:

“A lot of the LGBT community, lesbians in particular, are furious at me because I’m a white straight man.”

Rather than how bizarre and medically unsound it is.

Menzes is available to order online. But please don't, unless you're planning on doing some woodwork.