The savvy shoppers over at SheFinds brought this lovely product to our attention: American Apparel's "Teenagers Do It Better" tee shirt.
But this may be his first foray into sartorial pedophilia, creating a shirt that glorifies teens engaging in sex.
If the shirt's slogan seems arguably innocuous to some, it may help to read up a little more about its roots. The shirt was made in collaboration with a publication called Ey! Magateen (potentially NSFW or LIFE at the link), a mag that celebrates "the magnificent vitality, energy and power of young male adulthood" and features sexy pics of boys ages 16-21.
The magazine features the tee on its Tumblr, modeled by a young teen boy in his underwear. As part of the collab, you can receive the shirt as a free gift when ordering the 124-page (plus "18 sexy stickers!") Spring-Summer 2011 issue of Ey!
Or, for those who aren't into scantily clad little boys, you can order the "Teenagers Do It Better" Fine Jersey Short Sleeve Tee online for $24.
And just when we thought Dov Charney couldn't get any grosser.
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