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Social media outrage has forced Jeff Bezos’ Amazon to pull baby jumpsuits and toddler t-shirts displaying the words “daddy’s little f**k toy” “I Just Look Illegal,” and “Daddy’s Little Slut” from its site.

Critics claim the offensive clothing is “aimed at pedophiles.” The jumpsuits and toddler t-shirts, being sold on Amazon by third-party retailers VanBer and Onlybabycare, were available for infants and boys and girls up to six years old.

The original $18 shirt sold by OnlyBabyCare … [has] been available on Amazon since June, with a description claiming it was “suitable” for “playing outside, birthday party, baby shower, baptism,” among other family friendly activities.” — Lauren Steussy, New York Post

Although the offensive clothing has been removed from the website, other third-party retailers selling toddler and onesies shirts with “Spank Me Daddy” written on them can still be purchased on Amazon.com.

In 1993, the New York Times reviewed the film For a Lost Soldier, which tells the true story of a homosexual relationship between a Canadian serviceman and a 13-year-old boy during the WWII-era.

The NY Times review “Treating a Delicate Story of a Soldier and a Boy Tenderly” said the film “takes up … a romantic relationship between a grown-up and a child, and invests it with an aching tenderness.”

You’re being groomed, folks. Pedophile rights will be the next “social justice” movement. Mark my words.

For more on these stories, see ‘Pedophile’ baby jumpsuits pulled from Amazon amid outrage and ‘Daddy’s Little Slut’ kid’s shirt pulled from Amazon amid backlash .

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