Among bears and chubby guys in Japan, the letters “GMPD” describe the type (or types) or guys who they are into. The letters Stand for Gachi, Muchi, Pochari, and Debu.
“Gachi” stands for guys who as “muscular”. “Muchi” means guys who are more built / slight. “Pochari” means “A little bit chubby”, whereas “Debu” means “Fat” or “Obese”.
If you like them all, you’re “GMPD”. If you just like muscular guys, you’re “G”. Get it? The kanji on the shirt is “sen” from “senmon”, the Japanese for “specialization”, kinda like your major at college. In this context it means what you’re interested in.
On the back of the shirt is the Gay Agenda logotype, just under the collar.
The filled in character represent your type. So solid white means “I like this”, where just the online means “I don’t like this”. So, as you can see, his particular shirt is “D”, and means you’re into really fat or obese guys. Called Debusen in Japan, and Chubby-chasing in the rest of the world.
Available in 3 colors in all sizes.