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Despite being a cishet male-identified human person, I'm a fan of this KITH Jackie pant (available in navy, coffee, and black). Unisex clothing is the future, so get on board now, peeps, and save yourself the hassle of being on the wrong side of history. Please note that I'm not saying men and women will dress the same -- due to generalized phenotypical differences, that is unlikely to ever happen -- but rather that clothing will cease to be so neatly bifurcated by sex/gender. As flat-chested ladies and fat-thighed dudes are already painfully aware, shape and fit are more important to a garment than the genitals of the intended wearer, yet the bulk of the fashion industry still maintains the traditional system. They do it, I believe, not out of some deep love of gender binaries, but instead out of sheer inertia. You may be thinking: "Holy SJWs, Batman, don't we have bigger problems as a society than gendered divisions in the fashion world?" Yes, dear reader, we do, which is why I suggest you stop reading this blog post right now and head over to The Skin Cancer Foundation to learn more about that deadly, but rarely-mentioned, form of cancer. A whopping twenty percent of Americans will get skin cancer at some point in their lives. We should all be terrified of the sun -RB
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