on May 16, 2011 @ 03:52 pm

According to an article in Buzznet, that was stumbled upon from styleite, an online magazine, there's this new shirt about to become available.
...something about women being portrayed as...meat?
I don't know about you guys, but I'm pretty appalled by this. Are we edible to men now? 

hmm...what are your thoughts? Should people be wearing this in public?

7 Replies

Groan on May 16, 2011 @ 04:08 pm

I think this may only encourage all the pigs out there. I think it's just gross (not to mention disrespectful) when a guy wears a shirt like "FBI: Female Body Inspector". It just makes him look like a jerk.

revolting on May 16, 2011 @ 04:16 pm

Yuck-- from a feminist viewpoint, from an artistic viewpoint, and from pretty much every other angle after that.

Ali de Bold
This is great! on May 16, 2011 @ 04:36 pm

Now you can identify guys you'd never want to date (or even be friends with) instantly and from afar! I hope all jerks are naturally attracted to buying this shirt so it's easier for women to spot them. Think of it like a flashing sign on their head: "Loser. Stay away!" Awesome!

.... on May 16, 2011 @ 06:48 pm

This really is yuck.

@Ali, I love that, you're so right! This helps us filter out the losers from the good guys.

We need a tshirt titled "A MAN'S BRAIN"
One side of the brain is labeled DUMB, the other side DUMBER

What do you girls think? hehe :)

Really what year is it? on May 17, 2011 @ 08:56 am

I find it hard to believe in this day an age something like this would
even be an idea of someone's. Never mind it actually being printed out
an sold. Ali's right, it sure gives all of us fare warning to stay clear
of the pig in the stupid T shirt!! If a woman doesn't stay clear after
seeing a guy in this T, then I can only think the poor girl can't read,
just doesn't get, or just doesn't care enough about her self.

Brilliant! on May 17, 2011 @ 09:30 am

@Becky, I'd wear that shirt!!! Can we get it printed??? hahahha
@Takoda, I totally agree. This kind of humour is too dry. I think it's the problem with this generation and the common phrase, "it's just a joke!"

OMG!! on May 17, 2011 @ 10:03 am

I hear that
from my teenage boy's all the time and it makes me crazy!!

It's like teen’s and even some adult’s think they can say anything as long as
they fallow it with, “It was just a joke, or I was only joking."

My boy’s are bigger then me now so I have to sneak up on them to beat them. LOL

And yes, for those of you who might think I like to beat me kids, that really
was just a joke!!

I let the
dog kick they're butt’s for me and he does a pretty good job of it to. LOL

Really though it's like the hole generation thinks if they add that to the end of
anything they say and to anyone they say it to, then that makes it alright.
We've both come down on our boys about thinking about what they're about to say
before they say it, watching what they say and who they say it to and also
where they are saying things. I've told them both more times then I can even
count to really watch what they are saying on line because it could come back
and bight them later on. Like when they go for a new job. Kids don't seem to
realise that employer’s look at face book and other web sites like it to check
out what a person is really like on they’re own time. It won't be a big joke
any more when they can’t get a job all because they were “only joking.”

I guess all
we can do is hope they take what we're trying to teach them and put it to good
use and not just blow us off because we're old and we don't get it, as a teenager
would say.


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