Repeat offender Cafepress continues to stock clothing with sexualised and violent slogans.
Collective Shout's Melinda Liszewski spoke to the Daily Mail about some of the items designed for babies.
An online store has come under fire for selling baby clothes with x-rated slogans which activists claim makes light of violence against children.
Cafe Press, which specialises in user-customised products and gifts, has items for sale on its website printed with the slogans 'I f*** on the first date', 'blow me', 'five star lover', 'I love stripping', 'everyone loves a sl**', and 'say yes to an*l', among other similar products
The company was slammed last year for selling similar toddler clothing and infant jumpsuits with slogans including 'F*** me like a pornstar', and claimed that the company had taken action to remove the offensive comment.
Australian equality campaign group Collective Shout has labelled the company 'repeat offenders' and is calling for consumers to blacklist the website.
'This is making light of criminal actions and child abuse. Children need to be treated with respect, not as vehicles for sexual and violent humour,' she said.
'Children have no choice in the matter and should not be subjected to items such as these'.
The website also sells baby onesies aimed at children with the slogans 'daddy's condom broke', 'proof that daddy sucks at pulling out'.
'The company has no ethics or standards. It's really sinister that they’re willing to sell this. I don’t know what goes through people’s heads,' Ms Liszewski said. Click here to read full article.
"If she says no, keep buying her shots" - Cafepress pro-rape slogans
Cafepress also continues to sell merchandise with slogans promoting sexual assault.
"If she says "No" keep buying her shots" that means "No." The use of drugs or alcohol to gain a 'yes' or incapacitate someone is no laughing matter, it is a criminal offence. To give free and voluntary consent a person must have the capacity to do so in the first place. Sex without consent is sexual assault.