The onesie, which reads, "I Hate My Thighs," drew backlash from Ms. magazine senior editor Michele Kort for "projecting fat awareness on babies."
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"Even though it was said as a joke ... it isn't a joke, in terms of the reality of girls' lives, and how they're fat-shamed from a very young age," she said.
"What we're trying to do is make the entire parenting experience as fun as humanly possible," Wry Baby said in a statement. "We equate having kids with having a good time. Why shouldn't it be?"
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