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Women in ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ habits protest ahead of Barrett confirmation hearings

Demonstrators attired in “Handmaid’s Tale” garbs on Monday gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court to voice their opposition to the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

The striking red robes reference the clothing women are forced to wear in the fictional novel “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood in which an extremist Christian sect overthrows the U.S. government and strips women of nearly all their rights.

The outfit was similarly worn by demonstrators who protested during the confirmation hearings of Justice Brett KavanaughBrett Michael KavanaughConservative group launches .3 million ad buy to boost Barrett SCOTUS nomination Cruz says he raised concerns with Trump over Gorsuch and Kavanaugh before nominations GOP vows quick confirmation of Trump’s Supreme Court pick amid coronavirus turmoil MORE.

Those who oppose the nomination of Barrett fear that she will support the reversal of the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that made abortion legal nationwide.

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Women in Handmaid’s Tale habits protest ahead of Barrett confirmation hearings

Demonstrators attired in Handmaid’s Tale garbs on Monday gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court to voice their opposition to the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.



a group of people wearing costumes: Women in Handmaid's Tale habits protest ahead of Barrett confirmation hearings


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Women in Handmaid’s Tale habits protest ahead of Barrett confirmation hearings

The striking red robes reference the clothing women are forced to wear in the fictional novel “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood in which an extremist Christian sect overthrows the U.S. government and strip women of nearly all their rights.

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The outfit was similarly worn by demonstrators who protested during the confirmation hearing of Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Those who oppose the nomination of Barrett fear that she will support the reversal of the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that made abortion legal nationwide. Barrett has been critical of the ruling in the past. Many have also expressed concern that Judge Barrett will work to take down the Affordable

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We live in a world of “big data,” which means that companies are using every possible piece of data that they’re able to gather on us to form a set of patterns and associations identifiable specifically to each customer.

As much as we may like to believe we’re shopping anonymously, data collection firms are working tirelessly in the background to collect as much data on us as possible.

You did not mention the specific store’s name. However, I still have a pretty good idea of how the store could associate your purchases to you personally, and I feel confident in stating that you have been paying for your purchases with a credit or debit card.

Even without signing up for the store’s loyalty card or electronic coupons, when you pay with a credit card, the store now knows your name, your address, and a host of other information about you.

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