When Janelle Monáe dropped the video for her song “PYNK” back in early April, fans went wild over the song, the gorgeous video, and most of all, the pants worn by the singer and a few of her backup dancers. The pink, ruffled pants are designed to look like a woman’s vagina, coinciding with the song’s message of celebrating femininity.
Having seen the viral reaction to her video, Monáe said she's considering mass-producing and selling the pants to her fans. “We may be working on that,” she told People. “I’m so tickled and honored that people are talking about the Pynk pants, I think that it’s so cool to have discussions around women’s issues and women’s bodies.”