“F-Bomb Princess” video isn’t offensive...
|Kids can't utter words and ideas like that!|
- F-bomb ad pulled from YouTube (mashable.com) For the latest ad campaign from t-shirt company FCKH8, the brand enlisted five children to spread the word about issues regarding gender, race, and sexuality. These costume-clad princess girls address inequality, gender expectations, and sexual assault with unexpected frankness. The clip features cursing aplenty amidst statistics about the gender pay gap, rape, and violence against women.
- Is FCKH8 a parasitic, money-making venture? This is the company making money off Ferguson
- "Women are being driven offline": Feminist Anita Sarkeesian terrorized for daring to critique video games
|Sextremism to stop patriarchy (femen.org)|
|What kids can't say or know, adults can. My Body, My Manifesto (femen.org/en)|
|I don't know what this means, but it sure makes my dad and his friends laugh when I do it.|
The video opens with the girls sweetly cooing, “Pretty!” while posing in their gowns and tiaras. But three seconds later, they switch gears and shout:
“What the f*ck? I’m not some pretty f*ckin’ helpless princess in distress. I’m pretty f*ckin’ powerful and ready for success. So what is more offensive? A little girl saying ‘f*ck,’ or the f*cking unequal and sexist way society treats girls and women?”
WARNING: Profanity, adult themes! (FCKH8) F-words backed by Jimmy Dore Show theme
|WTF? I luv these grrls!|
- Sexism: What happened to Renee Zellwegger's face and why do we care?
- [Lesbian] Nicki Minaj has [butt] implants in her posterior, and why it's killing the music industry
- Pink Floyd's “The Endless River” becomes most pre-ordered album on Amazon
- AUDIOBOOK: A Princess of Mars [and Capt. Carter] by Edgar Rice Burroughs (Part 1)
- avast! Free Antivirus 2015 Review: Fresh Interface and New Features
- Why Google Corporation “can't” beat Celebgate or piracy