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When it comes to breaking through to the other side, forget Victoria's Secret. Another company, Australia-based HommeMystere, has already done it with lingerie for men. It says it caters to all men -- "gay, straight, vegetarian, Republican, Anglican, Martian or any other persuasion."

HommeMystere is French for "mysterious man." But the company's lingerie leaves little to the imagination: bras, panties, c-strings, cute camisoles and tawdry teddys all for your man and sure to spice up your next pillow fight.

The company says it offers: "comfortable mens panties that really do fit, bra straps that don't fall off the shoulder, teddies that don't 'ride up' half way through the night and quality soft fabrics that feel great for all day wear."

A random sampling of New Yorkers found little interest in the products.  A style expert told Fox 5 News that straight men want their women in lingerie and doesn't think it will catch on with men.

The company claims that it offers "discreet shipping" from its website.

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