Marks & Spencer has been branded sexist for selling durable school uniforms labelled as “less work for mum”.
People who have nothing better to do with their lives (otherwise known as ‘equal rights campaigners’) squealed that such labels “reinforce stereotypes”.
Of course, these grievance mongers do not take into account that the labels are not compulsory or even advisory. Any poor parent (of which there can now be more than two) can be lumbered with washing the kids’ school kit.
Just wait until they realise that M&S sell skirts for the girls and trousers for the boys…
(Image: Ewan Munro)