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Feminist T-Shirts That Are Just Slightly Off

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year and a half (and were therefore unable to see the top halves of passerbys’ bodies), you’re probably familiar with Otherwild’s The Future Is Female tee — based on Labyris Bookstore’s original 1970s design, immortalized soon after by Liza Cowan’s photo of then-girlfriend Alix Dobkin, and definitely not copied at a suuuper coincidental moment in time by Cara Delevingne.

Since 2015, the feminist accessory de rigueur has raised thousands of dollars for Planned Parenthood (and thank goodness, since, you know), and spawned a clever parody or two along the way. And also some... less-clever takes.

The Other-Otherwild

Females are the Future tee
Photo: ASOS

Plagiarism isn’t cool, ladies; that’s why you should always change your slogans up juuust a little. Well-behaved women rarely do stuff worth Instagramming! Your tendency to open your mouth to disagree with your male subordinate (before closing it again because what if he thinks you’re a bitch) will not protect you! The revolution will not be a star-studded Hulu original!

The Fragments Are Female

Females of the Future tee
Photo: Topshop

First off, everyone knows that Meryl Streep is the female Future. Secondly, I guess “Females of the Future” would be an okay band name for some bitchin’ air guitarist dudes in the Pacific Northwest, but until that band actually exists, I’m unclear as to what this shirt means.

Fem the Future tee
Photo: Etsy

Oxford, Merriam Webster, and Scrabble claim that “fem” is an acceptable shortening of “female,” which is news to me!

The Inelegant Equation

Female Equals Future tee
Photo: Etsy

You know, (terrible) people already think women are bad at math. Please don’t add fuel to this fire.

The Typographical Tragedy

The Future Is Female tee
Photo: Etsy

“Ooh, I know! I’ll take an existing famous T-shirt slogan and confuse people through poor design choices!”

The Unnecessary Article

The Future Is a Female tee
Photo: Etsy

I... honestly, I’ve got nothing.Nora Whelan, Racked contributor


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It’s not unusual for Club Monaco to have a sale-on-sale — this time, it’s an extra 30% off with code FALL30 — but what is surprising is how much good fall stuff is included. The jacket selection has everything from a dark floral blazer for $139.30 to trench coats (here’s a short traditional version for $160.30, and here’s a scalloped-edged one for $139.90) to Veda’s classic leather jacket, a steal at $419.30 (from $990). Elsewhere, find items like a sweater dress with a touch of ’80s on the shoulders and slides from Loeffler Randall — both of those are under $150.

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