Instead of me explaining what I see tell me what you see! Are we at a point in society where we can accept a known retailer to sell such controversial shirts and feel okay about it? Now fashion is fashion, but I don’t think it was ever meant to hurt, degrade, or make someone feel a certain way about themselves. Personally, I am not a sensitive person but I am sensitive when I think about a young girl in middle or high school bullied due to her size or the woman who lost a job due to size and not skillset. That’s what rattles me! I want to know why urban outfitters would entertain and sell such shirts? Which means I can’t entertain them anymore…. tell me why urban outfitters it was even considered?
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