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UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 21: Anne (11) of Swanwick�s School raised £4000 for Band Aid. Irish musician Geldof (b 1954) founded the Band Aid charity in 1984 in order to raise money for the starving in Ethiopia by releasing a record. �Do They Know It's Christmas?�, performed by well-known musicians including David Bowie, Sting, and Boy George, became the Christmas number one and raised millions for famine relief. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)

UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 21:  Anne (11) of Swanwick�s School raised £4000 for Band Aid. Irish musician Geldof (b 1954) founded the Band Aid charity in 1984 in order to raise money for the starving in Ethiopia by releasing a record. �Do They Know It's Christmas?�, performed by well-known musicians including David Bowie, Sting, and Boy George, became the Christmas number one and raised millions for famine relief.  (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)

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Portrait of American musician Dee Snider of Twisted Sister wearing a t-shirt with a 'Censored' slogan during the PMRC senate hearing, Capitol Hill, Washington DC, United States, 18th September 1985. Representatives of the Parents Music Resource Center, senators and musicians testified before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on 'the subject of the content of certain sound recordings and suggestions that recording packages be labeled to provide a warning to prospective purchasers of sexually explicit or other potentially offensive content'. (Photo by Mark Weiss/Getty Images)

Portrait of American musician Dee Snider of Twisted Sister wearing a t-shirt with a 'Censored' slogan during the PMRC senate hearing, Capitol Hill, Washington DC, United States, 18th September 1985. Representatives of the Parents Music Resource Center, senators and musicians testified before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on 'the subject of the content of certain sound recordings and suggestions that recording packages be labeled to provide a warning to prospective purchasers of sexually explicit or other potentially offensive content'. (Photo by Mark Weiss/Getty Images)

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South African activist and Nobel Peace Prize and Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu attends a rally and a march marking the 10th anniversary of the Soweto massacre, on May 27, 1986, at the city hall of New York. / AFP PHOTO / FRANK MICELOTTA (Photo credit should read FRANK MICELOTTA/AFP/Getty Images)

South African activist and Nobel Peace Prize and Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu attends a rally and a march marking the 10th anniversary of the Soweto massacre, on May 27, 1986, at the city hall of New York. / AFP PHOTO / FRANK MICELOTTA        (Photo credit should read FRANK MICELOTTA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Gay Pride Day in New York City, June 1982. One woman wears a t-shirt with the slogan 'How dare you assume I'm straight'. (Photo by Barbara Alper/Getty Images)

Gay Pride Day in New York City, June 1982. One woman wears a t-shirt with the slogan 'How dare you assume I'm straight'. (Photo by Barbara Alper/Getty Images)

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(Original Caption) Gold medal winner for the decathalon, Daley Thompson of Great Britain, shows off one of his message t-shirts at a news conference after he won the gold medal at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.

(Original Caption) Gold medal winner for the decathalon, Daley Thompson of Great Britain, shows off one of his message t-shirts at a news conference after he won the gold medal at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.