Why the American shirt’s resurgence is all about color and class
The American shirt is getting more popular, but it’s also being more complicated than you might think.
In a lot of ways, the American uniform has become a relic of a bygone era.
We all wore them as a badge of identity, but as we’ve become more socially mobile, they’ve become an increasingly visible symbol of white privilege.
The American flag on a white shirt, for instance, is an emblem of privilege.
It’s a symbol of status and privilege, of the status of white people over people of color.
And it’s a perfect symbol for the American way of life.
It is, in a word, a symbol for white supremacy.
When you’re wearing a white American flag, you are, to put it mildly, being seen as a white person.
That’s not just a simple matter of being white, it’s about being white as a whole.
I’m not a white nationalist, I’m not an anti-racist, I don’t identify as a liberal, I just want to show that I don