Profit isn’t just financial, either. People come into contact with “feminism” more often on T-shirts than in practice. Men with a history of perpetuating misogyny are able to wear a specific color to an event, and get deemed a gender equality activist. Certain celebrities wore white bandanas to publicly stand for inclusivity and “human unity” during Fashion Week, but have displayed a stunning lack of cultural sensitivity. Clothing has not only provided a way for us a way to express our political beliefs without speaking but it’s also given many a way to distract others from what are otherwise objectionable behaviors; or claim a pat on the back without doing any of the painful work that comes from advocating for women.

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