Slogan t-shirts are great and everything, but sometimes they can majorly cross the line between making a 'statement' and just being seriously gross.
Retailers likeUrban Outfitters and American Apparel have come under fire before about their 'controversial' slogan choices - but this time it's Forever 21 that's in trouble for selling a men's t-shirt that basically tries to make a total 'haha' joke out of rape.
Yeah, seriously. It's gross.
The t-shirt in question was being sold on Forever 21 US website for $19.90 and read: 'Don't say maybe if you want to say no'
OBVIOUSLY, when the t-shirt hit the mass market people were clearly outraged and generally WTF-ing all over the show, resulting in Forever 21 removing the t-shirt from their online shop. They also released the following statement:
"Forever 21 strives to exemplify the highest ethical standards and takes feedback and product concerns very seriously. With regards to the t-shirt in question, upon receiving feedback from our customers, we took immediate action to have it removed from our website. We sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by the product."
Bloody hell guys.