Adidas’ "Looking to score" T shirt objectifies Brazilian women and encourages sex tourism. The T shirt was spotted in San Francisco, reported by Brazilian’s powerful "O Globo" news conglomerate. The sale of a T-Shirt inside the USA was stopped by meddling Brazilian government intervention. Frantic action by the Brazilian president, the ministry for politics for women, and the ministry for Human Rights (all women) and Embratur, the Brazilian made sure that US citizens can not buy terrible T shirts that allegedly objectify Brazilian women and encourage sexual tourism. Adidas apoligized for their mistake and immediately pulled the T-shirts from all stores (Source: O Globo)
The tentacles of feminist poltical correctness’ have global reach and originate from the highest echelons of governments.
Adidas Sexualized T-Shirts Are Just Plain Wrong fumes the Huffington Post:
The head of the Brazilian tourism board is slamming Adidas for marketing a pair of tee shirts that play off stereotypes of oversexed Brazilians.
In advance of the World Cup, Adidas has released a pair of tee shirts inspired by Brazil’s reputation for sexiness. One shirt features an image of heart that appears to double as a woman’s behind with a thong, while another depicts a thin-waisted woman with a giant rear against a Rio de Janeiro backdrop and the words “Looking to Score.”
The “Looking to Score” message presumably refers to both soccer goals and having sex with Brazilian women.
How terrible. Men wanting to have sex with Brazilian women. Interestingly, men desiring sex with Brazilian men is politically correct:
The head of the Brazilian Tourism Board Flávio Dino blasted the shirts in comments to the local press, saying they would encourage illegal activity.
What illegal activity? Sex with Brazilian women is legal, and prostitution is legal too. The age of consent in Brazil is 14, though ever expanding laws about "corruption of minors" effectively turned it 18 for practical purposes.