After the incredible success of their first collection “My Pussy, My Choice” in 2015, Namilia are no stranger to making bold statements and are most certainly not one to shy away from free expression. With messages of unity and defiance during a time of political tension, the collection includes items with slogans slapped across them reading “Ballbuster”, “Join the Resistance” and “Ready for Trumpocalypse”.
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In the waning days of his administration, George W. Bush sent me $300. Money would help us forestall recession, the president told us, if we went out and spent it. He didn’t add what he must have hoped, that money would help us forget, like the $20 your no-show dad slips you when he comes by. I don’t remember what I did with that $300, but I think of it when I hear about a bridge collapsing.
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