The pre-teen princesses surfaced in October in a similar video posted on Vimeo. A tee-shirt maker called “FCKH8,” posted both.
According to its Web site,the manufacturer opposes all forms of sexism and racism. How about the exploitation of little girls?
The group has engendered more than a few critics who hint at double standards.
A site called StopFCKH8 suggests that the company uses brands for its tee-shirts that allegedly employ undocumented workers. It also hints at other nefarious practices like exploiting the gay and lesbian community.
For the record, the company says it gets its base tee-shirt from American Apparel, a company called A4 and Bella/Canvas, a Los Angeles based company that bases its products on “sustainability, no sweatshops and solar power,” according to its Web site.
One thing is certain, its campaigns draw attention.
The girls, (yes, only girls) want equality for Christmas. “How sh*tty would it be if Santa were as sexist as society?” one of the princesses declares. Mostly the girls are pissed over pay inequality.
“This is how society pays women. Get used to that. Women are paid 23 percent less with less opportunity to work. Girls should accept it,” Santa scolds them.
“What the f*ck, Santa? This is sexist bulls*t,” one princess screams back.
And you thought Santa only employed elves.
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Footnote: The video contains salty language out of the mouth of babes. (nsfw)