Woman calls sweater at Target ‘deeply offensive’ and Target responds: get over it

Recently, several brands have faced backlash over products deemed offensive by customers.

Target, a prominent US clothing retailer, drew criticism for selling T-shirts with a controversial design. Reign Murphy, a frequent Target shopper, took to social media to express her dismay over shirts featuring the phrase “OCD Christmas” (obsessive-compulsive disorder), which she deemed insensitive to those suffering from the disorder.

While some agreed with Murphy’s stance, others didn’t find the message offensive. Target apologized to offended customers but defended the product’s sale, stating no malicious intent. The incident highlights the fine line between humor and offense, urging careful consideration before social media outcry.

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