Forever 21 Is Under Fire For Selling These ‘Sexist’ Shirts To Young Boys, And You’ve. Got. To. Be. Kidding. Me.

Hi Guys. For those of you who are just joining us from another planet, I’d like to apologize. The majority of my species won’t allow you to take a dump without being offended by its shape and consistency. We’ve given Lena Dunham a shitload of money and spotlight and now she’s bitching and moaning about the cafeteria sushi is racist or some shit and that Jason Bourne shouldn’t use his gun to kill bad guys. Jason Bourne is a fictional character in an entirely constructed reality.

I know you don’t know what I’m talking about, seeing as you’re from another planet and all, but we have real issues in this world–war, racial divide, wealth gaps, our pets heads falling off, and we’re not even close to solving them because we can’t talk honestly about these issues without some dickhead getting offended and muddying the issue.

No one is safe or immune to it.

This is evident in a fucking clothing store getting shit for making cute fucking t-shirts for boys to wear to fucking school.

Are you ready to see Forever 21’s NSFW boys t-shirts that University of Kentucky professor of psychology Christina Spears Brown said are “completely inappropriate for companies to sell those shirts to young boys” and Cosmopolitan headlined ‘Forever 21 Selling Sexist T-Shirts for Boys as Young as 5‘?

Note: These are NSFW.

Little fucking pig. Snot-nosed, misogynistic dirtbag!!

Oh this is a two for one! Trolls are going to say that Forever 21 managed to be sexist and racist with just two words. Not even mad, impressed.

^ Prom King 2024.

Yo newsflash, softies: children don’t register what the fuck is on their shirts. My mom could have dressed me in a knitted sweater with a set of cock ‘n balls on it all through elementary school and I would have unknowingly carried on with my business. Remember those BUM Equipment shirts? I rocked that joint for weeks at a time and didn’t think twice about it. Shirts are bought by the parents for the parents so they can get credit for dressing their kid the cutest. Anyone who says differently can sit on a ripe cucumber and twist.

P.S. This shirt is fresh as fuck. I wonder if they have it in a Men’s Fat.

[h/t Complex]

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