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Point/Counterpoint: Are Granny Panties Political?

  Yes: Thongs are tools of the patriarchy.
  No: They're just trendy. "A lace Hanky Panky is a little bit Pumpkin Spice Latte."
  Ugh, stop mistaking consumer preferences for feminist statements.
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  Tall-dude tank-top ban: No more standing directly in someone’s armpit on the subway.
  Ray-Ban ban: Let’s force everyone to be more creative about their eyewear.
  Out-of-control-hipster-beard ban: We don’t care about the germs. It’s a sweat trap. Trim it.
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