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Mothers horrified by the sexualized tagline about the baby's romper suit.
This garment is offered at B&M bargains and on-line stores such as Amazon and bears the motto "All Mommy Wanted Was A Back Rub" in the front of the baby's pyjama in plain writing. Mumsnet's beloved website is the place where the all-in-one child has ignited anger after a visitor has divided a photo of it.
The website visitor jumphead123 took a snapshot and published it on-line under the headline "Am I irrational to think that this baby is growing terribly"? The baby might as well be involved in something that says, "I'm the by-product of rape." "Aside from the rudeness of the sexual reference to children's clothing, it actually seems to say that someone was mugged!
"and I don't think we should go into the areas of sexual reference to children's clothing." Others had a different use for the baby clothes: "When she was a baby, if anyone had purchased this for my d.d., I would have used it to clean her ass, whether or not she wore it."
It is not the first times that baby fashions upset mom and dad alike, in May a mother lived out her anger at an Asda springer who says she "damaged stereotypes". Some other Mumsnet surfers pointed out that there are other children's clothes that are sexualized. One other Mumsnet subscriber was sharing a photo of a T-shirt with a comic-book photo of a semen and the words "Daddy's little splash.
Daily Mail reported how on-line merchants sell clothes with taglines like "My my bad is a motherf*******" and "Hung like a six-year-old". Previously, in a now canceled Facebook mail, a mother said the tagline of another jockey - "Boys will be boys" indicates that men can get away with aggressive and misogynist behavior.