Blurry Glasses Help Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Men Avoid Seeing ‘Immodest’ Women

Posted by on Aug 11, 2012 at 6:24 pm

Someone finally got around to making real beer goggles. They’re just going about it the wrong way.

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men in Israel have found a way to avoid accidental — and forbidden — contact with sexy women: blurry glasses.

Custom eyewear is being sold in extremely religious neighborhoods of Jerusalem in an effort to prevent inappropriate mingling with the opposite sex.

Special stickers, which sell for about $6, are so blurry that when affixed to glasses the wearers can’t see well beyond three yards.

They are being promoted by an organization called the Committee for Purity in the Camp to help religious men avoid unintentionally violating their holy beliefs.

These might come in handy when watching Debbie Wasserman-Schultz  interviews.

One Response to “Blurry Glasses Help Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Men Avoid Seeing ‘Immodest’ Women”

  1. Synova on 12/12/12 at 9:15 pm

    I respect people who take their own piety seriously, so I wouldn’t make fun of this even if it seems a little silly. And that seems a lot more fair than forcing the women to cover up because men have a problem.