ThinkGeek Has The Answer to Manufacturers Who Make Anti-Math Shirts for Girls and Women

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Of course they do. Our favorite part: “You know what we’re too pretty for? Putting up with anti-intellectualism,” a clear reference to JC Penney’s recalled-due-to-backlash t-shirt from this summer. Our sister site Styleite has been outdoing us on the coverage of implicitly anti-intellectual clothing for women and girls, so we’re just going to link to them for evidence. Here’s the low down on JC PenneyForever 21, Life:Curated, and a bit of a response from the people behind Tetris. (The third link will make sense once you look at the second one, we promise.)

You can find ThinkGeek’s new shirt here, in sizes small to XXL, and here for kids, and here in a women’s classic cut instead of babydoll. Maybe you know someone who it would fit?

(via Jezebel.)


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