Lululemon Athletica to remove the "Namastay Put" Underwear Line

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Dominica Dayton
1 year ago
I'm signing this for the sole purpose of writing a comment to dissent your ideals. Not ok. This is a pun on a yoga reference. Sensitive people like you and 300 other of your hometown friends are the exact reason nations divide. Life is too short to debate the name of an UNDERWEAR style. You're looking to far into this. Have you ever worn these underwear? They feel like Gandhi kissed them and hand wove them. Sorry did that offend you? Thanks to you I can't find these underwear anywear. whoops sorry if these puns offend.

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Anita Chatta
1 year ago
I strongly object to making an undergarment to spiritual connotation, it is derogatory and unacceptable

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Madhukar Yedulapuram
1 year ago
It is utterly insensitive and inappropriate

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Todd Bunnell
1 year ago
Some of our yoga teachers are offended.

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Monika Verma
1 year ago
This is really ridiculous to put namaste on underwear. Designer and manufacturers ha e no ethics and respect for any culture. PLEASE STOP IT!!

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Rajesh Verma
1 year ago
A glaring example of cultural and religious misappropriation that needs to stop. Show some corporate responsibility!

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Sangita Gupta
1 year ago
Stop your biases and treat people with respect no matter how large a company you are. Shane on you.

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Shivani Gupta
1 year ago
Absolutely ridiculous! Shouldn’t people sitting at top do the research before okaying this kind of stuff?

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Leena Bhopale
1 year ago
Even if the spelling is altered, this doesn’t change the fact that they are referencing and reducing a specific culturally meaningful phrase to name underwear. It’s a poorly thought out , incredibly disrespectful use of a play on words.

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GNANASHANMUGAM ELUMALAI
1 year ago
Branding and Marketing team needs to grow up. Get educated on cultures and its significance when using words Out of context.