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Too Young for Harem Pants?

 It’s an epidemic sweeping the nation and it could be affecting your child, your family and your pocket book. Behavior so dangerous, so insidious, you probably won’t even notice your daughter is engaging in it – that is, until it’s too late. I’m writing of course … about Harem Pants.

Leopard Print Pants: $12.90

These Harem Pants, disguised cunningly as “lightweight woven pants” featuring “ruching” at the “side seams,” recently “popped up” in the “Forever 21 girls” section of “Forever21.com”

That’s right, you bunch of fancy ass bitches.

These are Harem Pants FOR PRE-TEENS.

It’s not enough that so many fabulous and fashionable women all over the globe have been taken in and brainwashed by the designer elite to think Harem Pants are socially acceptable and all right to wear in public areas. Now they’re trying to corrupt our CHILDREN?

What’s next for 9-year-old girls? A future where they slap on sweatpants jeans, lamé leopard print skirts and whatever the balls these are for their play dates?

YES.

Unless we do something.

Just as you inoculate your kids against illnesses like chicken pox, you can help  to immunize them against Harem Pant use by giving them the facts now. Talk to your girls about Harem Pants. Shit, talk to ALL girls about Harem Pants. Stop them in the streets if you have to – this can not happen.

Forever 21, Harem Pant Pushers.

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Forever 21 is Too Cool for School

After yesterday’s very interesting research into the religious crop top rantings at Forever 21, I was heartened to see the retailer doesn’t have it all wrong when it comes to messages on t-shirts.

i <3 School: $13.80

Given the high rate of unemployment in this country, it’s so nice to see Forever 21 making a positive, non-judgy wudgy was a bear declaration.

Especially after their fiasco with the “I’m Too Pretty to Do Math” magnet a few months ago, which had much of the general gal public up in arms for perpetrating stereotypes in the girl community which steer so many bright, beautiful young ladies away from focusing on da maths.

Imagine how refreshed I found myself to see this, then, after so many Jesus and God shirts. If they made this top, surely Forever 21 couldn’t be all bad.

Then I turned it around.

OH.

OKAY.

‘Cus it’s so cool to not like school. It’s so cool to worry about chronic unemployment because you hated school so much and were “too cool” for it. It’s totally cool to have not learned your lesson about creating accessories and clothing that pray on the inexplicable need for young girls to try to dumb themselves down to be more appealing to young boys. It’s so cool to trick me into thinking you love AP English and learning just as much as I do!

Forever 21, Are You Still Going to be my Lab Partner?

(Probably not…)

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