Rolling stones shirt – which refers to the Rolling Stones song ‘Rolling Stones’ – refers to a shirt worn by the Rolling Stone Band.
The shirt depicts the band members as rolling stones on a hillside, their bodies twisted into a sickening shape, their arms crossed and their heads bent.
It is an iconic image of the band, but it has come under criticism for its portrayal of violence against women and sexual abuse.
The shirts have become a symbol of the Rolling, Stone and Stones’ reputation in recent years.
The band’s new album, “Blackstar”, is due to release on August 24.
“Rolling stones shirt” – the band’s logo – was launched in 2006 by Rolling Stone editor-in-chief Lorne Michaels, who said it was a way to show solidarity with the victims of sexual abuse at the hands of the Stones.
It has since become a slogan for many in the Rolling stone community, and is the band logo on T-shirts, hoodies, hats and other merchandise.
“We’re here to be part of this movement and we’re going to be together and be part in changing this society,” frontman Keith Richards told Rolling Stone in 2012.
“If we don’t do something now, we’re not going to do it tomorrow.
We have to make sure that we are standing up to protect our community.”
A spokeswoman for the band said the band did not intend to wear the shirt, which the singer said “has become a rallying cry for many women”.
“We are not going into a political debate about this or that,” the spokeswoman said.
“The Rolling Stones have been a beacon of hope for many people, and the band have been the foundation of many women’s lives.
We don’t see the Rolling stones as political figures.
We see them as individuals who have had incredible lives and are making something out of their lives.”
Rolling Stone said it had taken the decision to remove the band emblem from the shirt after the release of the album.
The spokeswoman said the decision was not a reflection on the band itself, but was an “inclusion of what is happening”.
Ms D’Agostino said she believed the Rolling song was about the band and their legacy.
“It has been used by many women to say, ‘You can be anything you want to be,'” she said.
A spokesman for the American Civil Liberties Union said the group supported the decision, but did not comment on the shirt.
The group’s campaign director, Michael Jaffe, said the shirt would have a negative effect on women’s rights and on the rights of all people.
“There are lots of people out there who think this is a feminist shirt, but when it comes to real women, it is a sexist shirt,” he said.
The American Civil Liberty Union said it “strongly opposes” the Rolling band wearing the shirt as the symbol of “women’s oppression”.