Commentary from the owner Devon Colebank:

"Sex and Candy" is a post-grunge song with elements of psychedelic music that transfromed into a cultural stigma. 

One thing that cannot be easily ignored is the objectification of women. Many men and women still view a female as a fragile creature that has to be protected by the male sex. Many of us believe that God created women to be beautiful and appealing, therefore women have to wear modest clothes to cover their beauty, so as not to "tempt" men with their "advantage". 

Giving women the "privilege" of these so-called "gifts" results in female being the gender that is expected to watch its behavior, and burdening women with the responsibility of the actions and behavior of their opposite sex. Take for example, the metaphor of "candies” as listed. In an article in which women are compared to candies. The writer argued, "If you were to buy candies, would you prefer the ones that are still wrapped or the ones that have already been unwrapped?" 

Candies are personal belongings – women are not. Candies have no right to have an opinion; women do. Candies can be bought; women can't. Not only that the comparisons are not apple-to-apple, they are also degrading to women.

"SEX N CANDY"

$30.00Price
  • UNISEX SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS

    LENGTH

    CHEST

    S

    24

    18.5

    M

    26

    20

    L

    28

    22

    XL

    30

    23.5

    • Length: Measure from neck hem to the bottom hem
    • Chest: Measure 1” under arms from left to right. Be sure to keep tape level across and comfortable loose.