Urban Outfitters: We are urging you to halt all production of their "Eat Less" and "Depression" t-shirts, both of which are glamorizing mental illnesses and could have potentially devastating...

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T Payne
6 years ago
"Eat Less" is not only fat shaming, but promotes eating disorders, as well. As if Photoshopping models into unrealistic body shapes and putting an "Eat Less" t-shirt on an incredibly thin model is reprehensible. Overweight people, people suffering with eating disorders, people with body dismorphia, body shaming of any kind should be discouraged by the fashion industry. And "Depression" is a serious issue that should not be glamorized. With Urban Outfitters target market being young adults, I find it unconscionable that a company with the opportunity to evoke change in the world, would instead contribute to the issues that are already plaguing this, and may other, generations. I will not shop at Urban Outfitters. This company is disgraceful.

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Nadia Moxham
6 years ago
its offence

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Danielle roberts
6 years ago
This is my life, it's beyond a nightmare and I wouldn't wish it on anyone, let alone promote it

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Catryn Thomas
6 years ago
I suffer with anorexia and depression

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Olivia Lutz
6 years ago
im replused by urban outfitters and these shirts . please make one for the Kent University sweaters

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Beth Carter
6 years ago
Eating Disorders

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Carolyn Negley
6 years ago
because I suffer from depression, and there ain't nothin glamorous about it

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emily venteicher
6 years ago
It is offensive to me.

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Ali Eaton
6 years ago
I'm signing because this is a seriously problem, and SHOULDNT be thrown around so lightly

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Ria Park
6 years ago
mental illnesses are real and it isn't a fashion statement