Topic: sexist t-shirts

Mom Buys All The Naughty T-Shirts At A PacSun Store To Protect The Children

Mom Buys All The Naughty T-Shirts At A PacSun Store To Protect The Children

A mom was shopping with her teenage son at a mall in Utah when they passed the window display at a PacSun store. The display featured T-shirts depicting models in various stages of undress, so the mom, Judy Cox (All the super conservative women are blessed with the most deliciously ironic names) did what any mom would do when confronted with semi-naked ladies on clothing, she marched right into the store and demanded that the shirts be removed. More »

The Top 10 T-Shirts For The Misogynistic Douchebag Dudebro In Your Life

The Top 10 T-Shirts For The Misogynistic Douchebag Dudebro In Your Life

Being offended by this shit doesn’t make me a “hysterical feminist” – it makes me a woman who is sick of people thinking this sort of not-funny, lamer type of humor is okay. I’m sure there are plenty of douchebag dudebros who purchase and happily wear shirts like this. You have my full permission to throat punch any of them if you see them wearing one. More »

If Your Son Is Wearing These Misogynistic Shirts, It’s Safe To Say You Failed As A Parent

If Your Son Is Wearing These Misogynistic Shirts, It's Safe To Say You Failed As A Parent

I now understand why my parents wouldn’t let me go to the mall with my friends for years as a teenager. They were worried that I would be exposed to despicable trash like the t-shirts available for young men at Spencer’s gift stores. They just didn’t want their daughter to see clothing stating, “When I Want Your Opinion, I’ll take my dick out of your mouth.” More »

JCPenney’s Latest Ad Is Totally Sexist

JCPenney's Latest Ad Is Totally Sexist

What is up with JCPenney and its non-stop sexism? First the department-store chain got into some pretty hot water for selling a sexist T-shirt, aimed at girls, that reads: “I’m Too Pretty to Do Homework So My Brother Has to Do It For Me.” Now they’re airing a commercial that’s equally as sexist and, well, as dumb as can be. Geared towards men, the 30-second spot for VanHeusen dress shirts features a bikini-clad Phoebe Cates from the 1982 movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High. More »