"F*** your racist grandma," it says in big block lettering.
And to that, we say, “F*** YES!” It’s time to stop making excuses for people who have backward views, including your beloved dear old granny.
And if Gran-Gran can't learn to change her tune, it's time to...
That’s right. People who are racist or homophobic or in any other way intolerant do not deserve a seat at your table if they are unwilling to learn and change their views for the better.
"I love my slogans," Karade told HuffPost.
“They’re very important to me and are honestly my thoughts. They are in my head. This is what I think when people talk to me and I’m like, ‘What are you saying?'”
We are right there with you, girl. This universality is what makes this clothing line connect so well with people.
"We have this generation of people who are like, ‘Oh, yeah, my grandparents lived through three separate revolutions but they’re old and sweet," Karade said. "And I’m like 'OK, but they also vote.'"
“We have to be honest about the people in our lives and who we need to educate. You can love your grandma, I’m not saying don’t love her, but you also need to be saying, ‘You know, grandma, black people are human.’ That’s an important thing to say to her.”
Karade told HuffPost that her friends and family are very supportive of her efforts.
The sweatshirts seem to really connect with people on a personal level. Plus, you won’t be able to resist the look on Grandma’s face when you tell her and her dumb views to “f*** off.” That candy cane’s going to fall right out of her mouth.