WTF Gender Blending

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    Dumb.
     
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    This horse shit is like the end of the Roman empire.
     
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    Roman Empire was debased as well.
     
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    Or debauchery was going on, hell whatever.
     
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    This is so typical, they ask a question as if they are puzzled by the movement, yet they know it's the designers themselves that are shoving the look down everyone's throat and forcing the trend on society.


    Gender blending and unisex clothing is not a new phenomenon - from David Bowie to Cara Delevigne, men have worn women's clothes and vice versa. However, recently this has been increasingly more common, with brands such as Zara, Selfridges and Alexander Wang, to name a few, creating specific gender neutral lines. Is this just a trend or a larger cultural shift in society?