A Mum Was Enraged By Asda’s ‘Provoking’ T-shirt Designs

A Huntly, Aberdeenshire mum by the name Debbie Dee was totally dumbfounded after checking on the clothing section at a local Asda branch. She took her rant to Facebook where it goes:

The post went viral and drew mixed reactions, and Lori Oxton from the Sun has this to say:

“More that sexist, it's a potentially dangerous mindset for both men and women. Not what our kids should be taught as acceptable or our youngsters. Well done debs for catching this, I'm quite disgusted!”


A netizen, Fran Moldaschi commented:

“This phrase is so harmful to our children – I'm horrified that Asda is willing to perpetuate this outdated platitude.”

However, others weren't so supportive and totally not pleased:

Asda then released a statement to the Sun which read:

“Our aim is to make clothing people love, never to offend.”

Alleged sexism within clothing was also pointed out by 8-year-old Daisy Edmonds, filmed in Swindon, Wiltshire. Up to this time of writing, the video has racked up 2.1 million views.