It’s likely not all that popular anymore too and the gender inclusion is just an excuse. Vagina monologues was a big thing in the early 1990s – very edgy. Now it’s “Mom’s vagina”. Remember these college kids are 18-22 yrs old. Vagina monologues is from before they were born. Older feminist professors probably love it still, but the youngins don’t want that stuff anymore.

It’s likely not all that popular anymore too and the gender inclusion is just an excuse. Vagina monologues was a big thing in the early 1990s – very edgy.

Now it’s “Mom’s vagina”. Remember these college kids are 18-22 yrs old. Vagina monologues is from before they were born.

Older feminist professors probably love it still, but the youngins don’t want that stuff anymore.

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It’s a lot nicer to say, “not gender inclusive” than to say, “stop showing “mom’s talking vagina show” – it’s creepy and strange”.

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this is closer to edgy now and it’s commericial. But it’s not even all that edgy. It’s just baby clothing line standing on the gender inclusivity thing.

And actually, it’s smart as baby clothing has gotten to extreme pink/blue levels over the past 20 yrs. Used to be able to get yellow and green. So, good timing.

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