A UK-based clothing retailer has snapped up one of its pajama sets after complaints about the T-shirt message contained a message some consider insensitive.
Boohoo.com offered A Pajama set with Christmas theme and inscription "Obsessive Christmas Disorder", complete with O, C and D. Highlighted in various logos.
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"As someone whose OCD daily ruins his life, I can and will shake hands with anyone I see when I wear a sweater with an" obsessive Christmas Disorder. " Critic wrote on Twitter ,
"That actually makes me sick," 19459209 wrote another.
As The Sun stated, OCD Action's group on mental health also commented on the store's pajama set it trivialized a serious condition.
"Products That Mock or Trivialize OC These misconceptions complement and may cause people who are truly affected by the disease to seek help, often for fear that they will not be taken seriously," said Olivia Bamber, Youth Service and Communication Manager of the Group.
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"It is important that we question these trivializing products, even if they do not Intending to cause some stress or offense, OCD Action welcomes discussions with organizations and is pleased to educate them on how they can positively contribute to people understanding this weak mental state. "
From Friday afternoon, the pajama Set no longer available on Boohoo.
Other online retailers have been offering similar items, including sellers like Walma RT and Etsy.
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