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Another in Vatican-co's long line of anthropomorphized clothing,
Partum-T depicts the upside down female body giving birth to the
wearer's head. Sleeves are analogized as legs, and the collar as
vaginal opening. The torso, head and arms are depicted upside
down on the front of the
T with the full version showing the
opening of the shirt as a mouth, while the eyes, nose and ears are
depicted on the back of the T. That version would take lots of
anatomical scale magic so a simple 2d depiction of the torso, head
and arms upsidedown the front of the T might work better. Long
sleeves would also reduce the amount of scale readjustment you
would have to do.
If you wanted to cut out a significant percentage of your
you could call them pro-life shirts.
A variation on this style would be the Monkey Pooping T.
||better make it a turtleneck
||Likely to get you grabbed by your ankles, turned upside down and smacked smartly on your bottom until you cry. Kinky?