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5 fashion trends that are obviously part of a vast conspiracy to keep women down.

If Satan is real, I suspect he or she (but probably he), is in the fashion industry. We see his handiwork in these five popular "clothing" items, which are obviously part of a vast conspiracy to keep women from rising, or even standing up. 1) Shoes I think of shoes the same way as I think of tiny New York apartments: No one deserves to be cramped in a tight space like that—not me, not you, not feet.
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