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SourceFed Vidcon 2015 Schedule!

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Hey guys, JD here! Vidcon 2015 STARTS TOMORROW! If you’re going, we want you to be completely in the know with everything we’re doing, so here’s a handy little schedule of everything we’re doing! And of course, if you’re not able to make it, here are links to the Vidcon Livestream and our Twitter and Instagram, where I’ll be posting a bunch! Hell, I’ll be posting on everything, hopefully! Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Snapchat…WATCH THE SPACES!

THURSDAY JULY 23RD

10:00 AM, Booth 1211
#TableTalk LIVE with Special Guest Gavin Free!

10:30 AM, Booth 1211
Booth Hangout!

2:45 PM, Main Stage
TRUTH OR DARE LIVE!

FRIDAY JULY 24TH

9:30 AM, Hall C
Q&A – Philip DeFranco and SourceFed

12:00 PM, Hall D
Photo Session With Fans

SATURDAY JULY 25TH

10:00 AM, Booth 1211
#TableTalk LIVE!

10:30 AM, Booth 1211
Booth Hangout

1:00 PM, Booth 1211
#TableTalk LIVE with SURPRISE SPECIAL GUEST! (You WON’T want to miss this)

1:30 PM, Booth 1211
Booth Hangout

4:00 PM, Booth 1211
Booth Hangout

5:00 PM, Arcade Stage

Phil DeFranco Gaming With Fans!

Human Interest Ladies Lifestyle

Does Target’s ‘Trophy’ Shirt Objectify Women?

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Target is receiving some negative attention online as a result of a women’s shirt they recently began selling that says “Trophy” across the front.

Customers are arguing that the shirt is sexist, and are taking to social media to voice those opinions.


One woman has even started a petition through Change.org to try and get the shirt removed entirely. As of the writing of this article, the petition has just under 12,000 signatures.

The author of the petition Amanda R. wrote:

Labeling any person as a ‘Trophy’ is demeaning their humanity and objectifying them as a tangible object that can be bought, used, and disposed of.

Target begs to differ. In a statement given to USA Today, Target representative Molly Snyder wrote:

It is never our intention to offend anyone and we always appreciate receiving feedback from our guests. The shirt you’re describing is part of a collection of engagement and wedding shirts that are available in our women’s and plus size departments. The collection also included shirts that say ‘Team Bride,’ ‘Mrs.’ and ‘Bride.’ These shirts are intended as a fun wink and we have received an overwhelmingly positive response from our guests.

Being that this is not the first time that Target has been criticized for carrying questionably sexist clothing, one might argue that the store simply isn’t learning from their mistakes.

The shirt is currently still for sale both in Target stores and online for $12.99. For men who find themselves interested in “winking” alongside their lady friends, our main dude PhillyD made a “Trophy” men’s shirt through TeeSpring for $19.99. Might as well capitalize on a hot topic, right?

How do you all feel about Target and their “Trophy” shirt? Do you feel that it objectifies women? Or do you also enjoy winking with your friends? Share your thoughts below!