Is this a message of empowerment, redefining what "sexy" is, thus allowing for a wider or more "realistic" definition from women? Or is this a sexification of something that does *not* need to be "sexy" to be important and worthwhile? Sexiness is not the be all and end all of feminine identity,though the patriarchy might well say otherwise. I own the shirt, and even I am divided on the message.
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