JCPenney responds to the controversy around their 'period skirt' by telling everyone to grow up.

JCPenney responds to the controversy around their 'period skirt' by telling everyone to grow up.
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JCPenney is in the news for something other than sluggish sales: the company is being talked about for a so-called "period skirt." Alas, this piece of clothing isn't designed with built-in protection or clever patterns meant to disguise accidents. The skirt is being mocked for looking like someone period-ed all over it.

"Really could've picked a better place for that "flower" design..." reads the viral Imgur photo of the JCPenney catalogue.

On the website, the Worthington Side Slit Pencil Skirt simply looks like a floral skirt.

Regardless, the skirt is now known as the period skirt.

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If one looks quickly when the skirt is in movement, the floral design does resemble a menstruation that's been set free to stain the Earth. Though shouldn't the flower be on the other side of the skirt to be a true period skirt?

Placement of one's period accidents aside, JCPenney has finally responded to the media storm.

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Like all women come to do eventually, they've accepted their period. Congratulations, JCPenney. You've truly entered adulthood now.

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