The glasses have become the latest symbol of female empowerment in the past few years.
But now, men are also buying the glasses to combat depression and anxiety.
The trend began in 2010 with the release of the popular “Sophie’s Choice” campaign.
It offered a pair of glasses for $199.
That’s a steep price compared to other items, but they’re still a popular choice for many women who struggle with depression, anxiety or other mental health issues.
Now, more than half of women aged between 25 and 34 are now buying glasses for self-diagnosis.
The average cost of a pair is $3,800, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In many cases, the glasses come with prescription meds.
And some doctors recommend the glasses as a way to treat postpartum depression, a condition marked by severe mood swings and anxiety, according a survey by the National Institute of Mental Health.
The campaign was funded by a group called the Men’s Mental Health Association and the company that makes them, Glasses for Men.
The group says its glasses are not a substitute for mental health professionals, and they’re not marketed as a treatment.
But the ads, which have been shared widely online, have not been without criticism.
Some commenters, like comedian Amy Schumer, have accused Glasses For Men of perpetuating a harmful stereotype of men.
“You see a glass of wine in the fridge, and you think, ‘Oh, this is my male privilege,'” she said.
Schumer said that many men who buy the glasses are young men and are not in therapy or other programs for depression.
The campaign also encourages men to wear them to social events, but that’s a bit of a stretch, Schumer said.
“You can’t wear a pair to a club or a dinner party and expect to be accepted as a man,” Schumer said, adding that the glasses have “no purpose other than to put a bit more lipstick on your otherwise pretty face.”
The Glasses group says it’s not anti-women.
It’s trying to make glasses a more affordable option for men.
“The glasses are meant to be worn for everyday wear,” said spokesperson Andrea Fortunato.
“They’re designed to be comfortable and stylish, and that’s why we offer them in sizes that fit perfectly on the face.
Glasses are made from a durable material and are available in a wide range of colors, so you can wear them as a casual accessory, a pair with a smartwatch, a necklace, or even a smart bracelet.
They’re also made with a light-weight, lightweight construction that’s comfortable and comfortable for a wide variety of sizes.”
The group said it also sells “Sensory Glasses” in a range of different sizes that are “available in a variety of colours and materials.”
But the backlash from some women has prompted the group to change its marketing tactics.
Glassing has become more common among women in recent years, with a growing number of companies and organizations supporting the campaign.
The group recently released a new ad featuring the voices of women on social media, and the voices include actress Melissa McCarthy and musician Taylor Swift.
The ad also features actress Kristen Stewart, who recently appeared in the film “The Social Network.”