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  • Battles Gender Inequalty

    2 25.00%
  • Objectifies Women

    1 12.50%
  • Gimmick to Sell a Product

    8 100.00%
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    Default Is This Battling Inequality?

    Does this battle against gender inequality or objectify women?
    The Tata Top Battles Gender Inequality By Helping Women Wear Nipples Proudly - The Daily Beast
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    Kinda reminds me of those..body suits artists and dancers used to wear - like Mata Hari

    But with an interesting

    I'd say it can be used for all three. It's the person who wears it who will define if it's a humorous social comment, a fashion statement/trend or even a product to help you transition and build up the courage for the real thing - like training wheels

    Could be actually an interesting training wheel idea for the transition we were talking about in the other thread - prepare the our male cohabitants on this planet for the real deal. It certainly seemed to do the trick for Mata Hari and those that followed her

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    I mean.. I think it's just a way to make money if you ask me. I'm sure they have great intentions and are amused by their concept, but it's still a $30 bikini top with cheap prints on it. But there's nothing saying you can't be sarcastic and statement-oriented and still make money.

    Seems fine to me. I don't see that being any worse than mudflap girls, tattoos of cartoon naked women, arrows pointing to the genitals, thong bikini bottoms, etc. etc.
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    seems frivolous
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    Neither. She just wants to nip the problem in the bud.
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    none of you even read the article (the above one) i posted in the should women be allowed to be topless thread! omg! haha you all suck!

    it was based off of this. anyway...

    i think it's awesome and totally want one. no clue where i'd actually want to wear it but it's funny and points out how ridiculous it all is.
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    also interesting to note that people really don't get freaked out when women are nude but painted like they have clothes on which is even more bizarre than the bikini
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