I'm guessing the same people who make shirts for Abercrombie and Fitch are now marketing for kiddie shops...
SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) -- The Children's Place has stopped selling a T-shirt that sparked complaints of sexism.
The girls' shirts said "My best subjects" at the top and had checks in boxes next to shopping, music and dancing. The box next to math was blank. Under, it said, "Well, nobody's perfect."
Really? REALLY? The Children's Place markets clothes to toddlers through elementary school. It's it a little fucking early to start enforcing stupid-ass stereotypes such as "girls suck at math"? Maybe down south it's ok, but there are plenty of TCP stores in the north east. I really can't imagine that any woman in the clothing retailer's organization would have given her blessing to such stupid schlock.
Wonder what the boy's shirts said, maybe something like "My best subjects: gym, wood shop and recess... English? Well nobody's perfucked."