Amazon Slammed for Selling ‘Daddy’s Little Slut’ Kid’s Shirt

In a world where the #MeToo feminist movement has created a frenzy for women to be as promiscuous as they want, I can’t say that I am surprised that Amazon would be selling a children’s shirt that says “Daddy’s Little Slut” across the chest.

The shameful shirt, which was being sold for $18 a piece, went viral on social media Friday morning. Independent reports that the shirt has been available for purchase since June and the description for it read, “suitable” for “playing outside, birthday party, baby shower, [and] baptism.”

I am disgusted, but not surprised.

What parent, with any kind of respect for themselves and their child, would buy such a racy piece of clothing for their little girl?

Amid major backlash, Amazon pulled the shirt from their site after a myriad of Twitter shaming. The third part seller, Onlybabycare, was also marketing other off-color items like onesies that read, “Daddy’s Little F**k Toy” and “I Just Look Illegal.”

Thanks to level-headed folks on Twitter, they were taken down. Here are some of the tweets that got the ball rolling:

“Humanity was a mistake, Example #3,415,621,” one user wrote. Another said, “If I ever saw a child wearing this t-shirt, I’d call the police.”

NY Post reports:

Twitter do-gooders clearly still have a lot of work on their hands when it comes to policing offensive clothing. Recently, the online retailer Zazzle was called out for selling a shirt with the words “At least I’m not Jewish” printed on a plain black tee. Walmart was also pushed to remove a shirt from their websitewhich read “Rope. Tree. Journalist. SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED.” It still made its way into the wild, though. A United Airlines passenger was recently spotted wearing it, prompting another passenger to raise the issue with the airline.

And elsewhere on the internet, “Daddy’s Little Slut” merch is still widely available. Etsy, for example, sells both a crop top with the slogan, as well as a black thong with the phrase printed on it.

Another person tweeted, “What is wrong with people, both the manufacturer and the buyers? Adults – stop using children as accessories to your agendas.”

The shirt was reportedly taken down about eight hours later.

An Amazon spokesperson said,“All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who do not will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The product in question is no longer available.”

Judging by that statement, it does not sound like Amazon was quite aware of what products were being sold by OnlyBabyCare.