Now, I didn't know this, but apparently it is part of the Mormon faith to wear what they call "Temple garments," which are essentially underwear. From what I've gleaned in a very casual moment of research, the idea is that they wear them close to their skin to remind themselves of their covenants with God. Not unlike, say, a yarmulke for Jewish men, or a burkha for Muslim women.
But can you imagine if, say, a commentator on Fox News had said something with the exact same grammatical structure about a Muslim:
"Stick that in your burkha!"
Or to a Jew:
"Put that in your yarmulke!"
If we were Democrats, and if Charles Blow was a Republican, we'd be outside the NYT building chanting, "Charles Blow, Has Got to Go!" But we don't do that sort of thing. And so the parade of double standards continues.