Freedom of Speech They have the freedom of speech to put whatever they want on a t-shirt and you have the freedom of choice not to buy the t-shirt. But you can't oppress their right to freedom of speech and free market just because it offends you. It is a joke and is meant to be taken lightly, you might not find it funny but there are other people that do. Comedy is subjective. Again, freedom of speech and freedom of expression, if you don't like the t-shirt, don't buy it, but don't suppress other people from buying it by trying to ban it.
Freedom of Speech They have the freedom of speech to say whatever they want on their t shirts and you have the freedom of choice not to buy it. But you can't go around oppressing their right to free speech and free market just because it offends you. Some people think it's a funny joke and it's certainly meant to be and it's their view and their opinion so lets not be so judgmental. If you don't like it, don't buy it, but don't stop others from buying it by banning it.
Kick in the balls (funny) kick in the vagina (not funny) In today's world we see it as perfectly ok for a woman to hit a man because we all think the man must have done something. But when we see a man hitting a woman, some wannabe hero always steps in to save the damsel in distress. Double standard anyone? In fact, we are demotion violence against women and promoting violence against men. In just about every sitcom, tv-show, and movie out there.
Rape shield laws (for ALLEGED victims only) We have many Rape shield laws in the us that protects the alleged rape victims. Some are cannot give out the alleged victim's name or picture to anyone except those involved in the case to others are arguably unconstitutional like preventing certain evidence to be presented in a courtroom, some of which could be key evidence in proving a defendant's innocence. By the way, those laws only protect the ALLEGED victim NOT the ALLEGED attacker. The ALLEGED attacker can have his or her name, picture, and reputation slashed and slandered by the media as the media see fit. Again I said "ALLEGED" remember it was suppose to be "innocent until proved guilt" but that's not happening anymore and with a new wave of rapes where it turns out the "victim" made everything up such as the more recent "Duke's lacrosse case."
In the Duke's case, even the feminist that cried out stop victim blaming has resorted to victim blaming except in this case the real victims were the "alleged attackers" that turn out to be innocent. Some feminist websites say that it's the boys' fault that they got accused for committing a rape that never happened because they decided to hire strippers. Whatever happened to NO victim blaming? Double standard Feminist anyone?