TikTok dad calls out sexualization of girls

This dad's response to the sexualization of girls is going viral. As many continue to question why kids clothes need two separate sections.

10/04/2021 4:59 PM


  • Samantha P.
    18/11/2021 14:06

    In the '90s, I shopped in dept stores in mens for myself because they didn't have flannels or black hoodies in womens. And I and a lot of my girlfriends started shopping at thrift stores back then because no new clothing stores had cool clothes for girls.

  • Maisha R.
    16/11/2021 20:24

    Color has no gender! I wonder when the dress/ cloth maker companies will understand that.. N totally agree with the point that girls are being objectified since early age. This needs to stop.

  • Kelly N.
    28/10/2021 21:45

    Good grief....

  • Nora Z.
    03/10/2021 19:59

    Amen bro!

  • Jack N.
    01/10/2021 00:45

    this is exactly why I’m so picky with clothes.

  • Catalina P.
    30/09/2021 08:11

    No somos extranjeros en tierras españolas: traducir el idioma

  • Jon H.
    26/09/2021 18:41

    Let’s look at his weight vs his wife. He is much bigger. His argument is flawed

  • Shannan J.
    25/09/2021 15:01

    Yes yes yes

  • Vicky R.
    24/09/2021 10:47

    He’s a great dad

  • Patricia P.
    24/09/2021 07:42

    Thank you

  • Nikki N.
    24/09/2021 06:33


  • Patti H.
    24/09/2021 02:19

    So go shop in the boys section. Wow! That was hard!!

  • James B.
    24/09/2021 01:53


  • Rich W.
    24/09/2021 01:38

    I think it's a bit overboard getting huffy about a Daddy's Little Princess shirt lol don't be such a drama queen just teach your daughter self defense and situational awareness and not to go around flaunting herself like I teach mine. It also helps if you're always around her friends wearing your own shirt that says ANYTHING YOU DO TO MY DAUGHTER ILL DO TO YOU.

  • Kaycee D.
    23/09/2021 23:00

    While i totally agree on this. Have you seen the options for boys clothing?! Girls have wayyyyy more options and tend to have more styles at clothing stores. While boys, it’s either old man style clothing or super quirky, sometimes poor male humor related quotes. Both genders need to have more options, and not be sexualized

  • Ben M.
    23/09/2021 21:37

    Adult women also deserve functioning pockets

  • Cindy G.
    23/09/2021 21:12

    The daddy says no dating l agree is stupid, but babies are cute and adorable and dressing girls in cute little dresses and fancy outfits is fine and normal, little girls grow up normal wearing these things, and when they start dressing themselves as we do, in my experience with 4 children and 10 grandchildren and gobs of nieces, they had all worn bluejeans, belts that could be a man's, t=shirts, flannels, sports shirts and hoodies that are not pink, carpenter boots, cowboy boots, and backpacks, and l could go on, my youngest granddaughter is almost 4 and blue is her favorite color, and she will fuss sometimes with me she wants to wear the blue shirt, but she could care less if it has lace or pink unicorns or glittery stars on it, I've put her in pink bib overalls and blue Jean overalls, l don't see it as a form of the adorable baby girl clothes as a way to push an agenda on the child's mindset of what she must be, parents seem to nit pick anything and everything nowadays, and my granddaughters first two swimsuits were one piece, l personally like her two piece red white and blue one with 3D red roses on it best, but she has whole piece suits too, it's not something I would worry about with my babies or toddlers, I'm just not seeing it as a issue, to many much more important concerns l would want contended with than this, no haters please, it' won't even be a talking point with her when she's sixteen

  • Renee M.
    23/09/2021 19:55

    My daughter's pants wear out the first time she crawls across the floor but we got boy pants from the 90s still in great condition. WHY.

  • Bryanna D.
    23/09/2021 15:32


  • Jeanie P.
    23/09/2021 15:12

    Right on dad!!!!!

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