"It is completely inappropriate for companies to sell those shirts to young boys,” Christia Spears Brown, University of Kentucky professor of psychology and author of Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue: How to Raise Your Kids Free of Gender Stereotypes, Christia Spears Brown told Yahoo! Style. "“It sexualizes children at an age when they should not be sexualized. It reinforces a harmful stereotype about boys that says their value and worth is dependent on how many girls or women they can ‘conquer.’"
Other Forever 21 T-shirts that have people up in arms include ones that read "Ladies Man" or "Hola Ladies." Previously, the company was criticized for selling a sexist T-shirt targeted to girls that said, "Allergic to Algebra." In addition, Forever 21 has been called out for copying designers on multiple occasions.