Potty-mouthed princesses are little girls who are in an ad that has them dropping F-bombs for feminism in what many are finding a very disturbing new video by FCKH8.com. The video starts off with girls dressed as princesses talking about equality for women, but then these kids, who can’t be more than 10-years-old, start talking about not having a “penis” and dropping F-bombs consistently, as seen on “Fox and Friends” Thursday morning Oct. 23.
The video is created by a for-profit company that sells t-shirts promoting LGBT equality, anti-racism and anti-sexism, which most would agree are all great causes, but the way they go about it here leaves a lot to be desired. MTV reports on Oct. 22 that this company is “really good” at viral videos that get their message to the masses, much like the “disarming” video of these little girls spewing words that should be left for adults.
The potty-mouth-princesses viral video is shocking and it appears at FCKH8.com. on Youtube. Even though the content is full of beautiful little girls, what comes out of their mouths is disturbing. The group that created this video is considered a reputable group that advocates for some good causes, but the video might have just pushed their attempt at getting this message to the message over the edge.
As The Blaze reports, the video also has a 12-year-old boy dressed as a princess who points out that when you tell boys not to act like a girl it’s “because you think it’s bad to be a girl.” It is hard to imagine that FCKH8.com is going to find many who like their idea of getting their message out there. It is too bad the parent’s of these girls won’t come forward to explain why they let their daughters appear in a video using the vile language that is heard. Hopefully some good investigative reporter tracks them down to get that answer. Is there a law broken here? This seems like material that is way too explicit to come out of the mouth of little girls, very young little girls.
The little girls are beautiful and they look sweet until “Stop telling girls how to dress and start teaching boys not to f-cking rape,” comes flying out of their mouths. This is not the age where kids need to know the statistics on rape as one of the little Potty-Mouth Princesses spews “One out of five women will be sexually assaulted or raped by a man.” The F-bombs come in rapid fire from these girls with another sweet and innocent looking kid saying, “Women make 23% less than men for the exact same f-cking work. I shouldn’t need a penis to get paid.”
This morning the “Fox and Friends” cast members were asking about the parents of these kids and why would they ever let them appear in a video talking in such a foul-mouth way? The gender discrimination message that’s being sent here comes through loud and clear and their attempt at humor is also apparent, but it is the controversial content that is fueling this video’s viral status.
They wind up the video with a girl who looks about eight-years-old saying “So, what is more offensive — a little girl saying ‘f-ck,’ or the f-cking unequal and sexist ways society treats girls and women?” The video is selling t-shirts and for each t-shirt sold they will donate $5 to one of the five anti-sexism organizations and projects that they deem reputable. It’s hard to believe that a legitimate organization would want any affiliation with this type of advertising as it is not bringing positive attention to their cause. They are getting attention alright, but it is negative and not what most would want to worm into their reputation.