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An online retailer named Missguided may be living up to its name as it continues to sell a cropped sweater with the word "SLUT" displayed prominently on the front.

It's been on the site since Halloween and now it's on sale.

The company has been taking some flak on social media.

Charles Payne said on "Outnumbered" that, like the music his teenage son listens to, it demonstrates "a disintegration of our values system to the point of where the only hopeful thing is that it can't get much worse."

Rachel Campos-Duffy slammed the retailer for putting out the sweater, saying it is not "cute," "ironic," "creative," or "good for our daughters."

"This is being promoted, frankly, by radical feminists who have tried to equate empowerment and promiscuity and being equal and as powerful as a man," she said. "I think it's really a terrible message and I think it's sad that retailers have bought into it."

Harris Faulkner said that the market seems to be taking care of it, noting the dropping price tag. "If you have to keep marking down the shirt, people are pretty much not buying it," she said.

Watch the discussion above.


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