OnlyBabyCare will no longer be able to sell children's clothes with the phrase "Daddy's Little Slut" through the Amazon Marketplace, reports TMZ. Amazon removed the item from its database after people on social media said the thought the shirt was inappropriate.
The product description is pretty rich ... with OnlyBabyCare claiming the garment was suitable for "playing outside, birthday party, baby shower, baptism, wedding, baby photography, daily wear, family day."
At least there's no sexism when it comes to these sluts ... the manufacturer said the shirt was unisex and suitable for "little girls or boys."
This brings to mind the kid's overalls I saw at a store in Tokyo called "Slut":
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