This Children’s Shirt Is Wildly Offensive

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Amazon Pulls Children’s Shirt After It Obviously Refers To Child Sex Abuse

What in the world was someone thinking when they created the following shirt? According to The New York Post, the juggernaut online retailer that is Amazon decided to pull a horribly heinous children’s shirt after Twitter rightfully fired back at the company. The shirt, advertised on a child, reads – you read that correctly “Daddy’s Little Slut”. I know, that isn’t a joke. What on Earth, right?!


Amazon had been selling the shirt since June 2019 for eighteen dollars via a retail seller called OnlyBabyCare. Yes, that is a company clearly targeting youth. What?! The description claims the shirt was suitable for a variety of family-friendly events like baby showers and baptisms. What? I feel faint. OnlyBabyCare sells widely confusing apparel, like a hat that states “Black Guns Matter”. It’s all messy and I’m not here for this. What father calls his offspring a slut?!

Normally I’m fully against cancel culture and Twitter outrage… as it’s nothing but keyboard warriors looking to be offended. However, this is the most ridiculous, absurd, raunchy advertisement towards a child and I cannot fathom how this even got one thumbs up, let another enough to be advertised and geared towards online consumers.

The only time this shirt may be appropriate is so clearly for adults. Halloween just passed and I could see this being a parody of Batman’s Harley Quinn, who wore a “Daddy’s Little Monster” t-shirt in her performance during the critical fail Suicide Squad, and has gone on to being a part of her cosplay and wildly popular Halloween costume. Know your audience folks, because simply put, this is how you get canceled.

Writer’s Note: This is the opinion of one Instinct Magazine contributor and does not reflect the views of Instinct Magazine itself or fellow contributors.

H/T: New York Post

7 thoughts on “This Children’s Shirt Is Wildly Offensive”

  1. Oh look the linked article above links to places to buy the shirt… if I cared to collect revenue from stuff like this I’d put my own affiliate code on this link…. enjoy to everyone that disagrees with cancel culture…

    Another angle, this shirt might be helping someone harmlessly put food on the table (by selling the shirt)

    And it may be helping some family somewhere with an inside joke.

    Or heaven forbid to handle a difficult situation like maybe the first time a Dad finds out his daughter had sex and is having a hard time with it. And, said Dad likes to use humor to show he’s coming around to acceptance of situations he can’t always control. Obviously I’m referring to older, consenting adults in this case.

  2. 1. Do you have a kid? Because I’d buy that shirt for my daughter (as a damn joke) and just in spite of you, so you should’ve included an affiliate link and wrote about how offended you were but that you were curious if it would do well and would support it if it would. Now you won’t get the sale commission as I will go find another site to buy from… Have you ever been to Should they not exist?

    Who are you to decide the audience of a particular company?

    How about let the free market cancel the shirt because if it doesn’t sell it’ll go away. If it does sell it has every right to exist. It’s not hurting anyone. Leave it alone and go write something newsworthy.

    You are espousing cancel culture bud. You don’t want a product to succeed or fail on its own merits. Are you afraid it might succeed? What’s the big deal? If it is so ghastly inappropriate then why does it needed canceled?

    2. Is this article for clicks? Is this publication truly desperate to report on anything that doesn’t matter but that will draw in clicks? This is 100% cancel culture. The reasons you list for what cancel culture is, think again about how they might apply to you in this situation. Be honest and tell me you didn’t just advocate for canceling a harmless product…?

    3. Now, if Amazon was selling my daughter for sex that would be worth canceling and I’d be beating the shit out of a lot of people involved. This does not rise to that level. No T-shirt does. Sorry. Not unless it is of something that violates someone’s rights, like child pornography…

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  4. Any mother or father who would buy such clothing for their child is in need of serious remedial education. The creators, makers and suppliers of such clothing should be prosecuted.


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