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    Updated on Sep 2, 2020. Posted on Mar 4, 2016

    Zara Released An "Ungendered" Clothing Line And People Are Pissed

    Close but no cigar.

    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.

    What are your thoughts on the "Ungendered" clothing line? Tell us in the comments below!