Today, Zara released its first collection specifically focusing on androgynous style, appropriately called Ungendered. Zara / Via zara.com Unisex Sweatshirt, $25.90. Sold on Zara.com, the promotional images for the collection feature both male and female models showcasing the same clothing. Zara / Via zara.com Unisex Jeans, $49.90. It's a small collection (with less than 10 pieces total) and each one costs less than $50. Zara / Via zara.com Unisex Top, $19.90. Shortly after the collection was announced, people took to Twitter to express their frustration with the "Ungendered" clothing. @tywrent / Via Twitter: @tywrent They pointed out why the clothing is problematic at best. @concretegravity / Via Twitter: @concretegravity Quite frankly, they're pissed that "Ungendered" is actually so normative. @la_rain / Via Twitter: @La__Rain They think it's just male coded loungewear. @magicalgirl / Via Twitter: @magicaIgirI And this guy just spat fire about it: @begeem / Via Twitter: @begeem Of course, some people were happy that the clothing line is at least a step in the right direction toward mass nonbinary acceptance. @nemzilla / Via Twitter: @nemzilla Others are simply proud. @rachelhopkins_ / Via Twitter: @rachelhopkins_ And while it's a step toward acceptance, this girl's got a point. @NC_17 / Via Twitter: @rachelhopkins_ What are your thoughts on the "Ungendered" clothing line? Tell us in the comments below!