Take a look at this back to school ad for JC Penny:
Does it promote bullying? Many of their customers think so. The ad features a voice over from a woman talking about buying back to school clothing. "I've been told that this stuff can make or break an entire year," she says as a kid sits alone at a lunch table.
One Facebook post on the JC Penny page said "...no kids should have to feel pressure to dress better than the rest. You won't be getting a penny from this family of six for back to school."
The company responded by saying their intent was not to trivialize bullying. "At JC Penny, we're committed to carrying a broad range of styles that let kids express their individuality and make a positive first impression."
So you've seen the ad. Does it go too far or is it based in reality?
Or...is this JC Penny's sneaky way to get us to talk about them!