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Presumptive presidential nominee Donald J. Trump makes headlines for pretty much everything he does or says, from arriving at an airport on his branded jet to claiming that Trump Steaks is still in business. But his comment last month that "the only thing [Hillary Clinton's] got going is the woman's card" inspired more attention than most.
The Clinton campaign responded days later by offering an "Official Woman Card" for sale on its website. But a group of advertising art directors and designers from around the world went a bit further: They are creating an entire deck of "Woman Cards" in order to "turn negatives into positives by calling out damaging gender stereotypes."