Stripper T-Shirt Draws Ire of Public School Officials
This humorous t-shirt featuring a stripper posing like the Golden Arches has drawn the ire of sexually repressed school officials and garnered national news coverage. From left-leaning Yahoo! News:
What would you do if you accidentally sent your 10-year-old son to school in a less-than-appropriate McDonald’s t-shirt? If you’re Texas mom Shelly McCullar, you own up to the mistake in a hilarious Facebook post that quickly went viral.
Yeah, can’t have a young man liking scantily clad women in modern America. (I loved women in bikinis when I was this kid’s age.) But he can certainly be encouraged to take life-altering, gender bending hormones by organizations like Planned Parenthood.
Personally, when I was in grade school I would have known the shirt featured a stripper, and would have donned it anyway just like he did. But, his mom says it was an honest mistake.
Her son’s shirt might have looked like the famous Mickey D’s golden arches, but upon closer inspection, it’s clear that they are actually a woman’s legs spread open to look like the famous M logo. The shirt also includes the famous “I’m lovin’ it” slogan. It’s an honest mistake but that doesn’t make it any less funny.
Of course, school officials went berserk when they took note of the shirt. His mom was forced to apologize, and her Facebook apology went viral.
In that post, McCullar wrote that the shirt came in a box of hand-me-downs from a friend. McCullar insisted that she hadn’t had time to properly go through the box of clothes before giving them to her son. In fact, most of the teachers at his elementary school didn’t notice either.
No doubt, the young man was busted by the more prudish set of teachers. There is a bright spot in all this mayhem. This incident gives us hope that the next generation will at least have more than its fair share of meat-eating, red-blooded, gender unambiguous young men. Indeed, polls and focus groups show Generation Z trusts the fake news media less and leans farther right than any generation in at least 50 years.
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