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Follow @Canoe Lifestyle Walmart was left handing out apologies after labelling plus size women’s Halloween costumes as “Fat Girl Costumes” on their website.

Shoppers took to Twitter Monday demanding an explanation from Walmart in the U. The label, which was not seen on the Canadian website, was appeared as a subcategory under “Women’s Plus Size Halloween Costumes”.

The page has since been updated and the questionable label removed. What’s scary about this mess up is that when it comes to slip ups in clothing sizes and labels, this isn’t a new controversy – and it seems history keeps repeating itself. As for company apologies - do they make a difference?

Instead of doling out generic apology statements, why not update the public on the process they’re taking to ensure it’s not going to happen again?

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Gay Dad: Last year my father was caught cheating with another man and left my mom and my 12-year-old brother.

(I'm 23 and already moved out.) We had no inkling that he was gay, although a lot of other people said they weren't surprised.

It would be an understatement to say the divorce is bitter—my mom is very angry with him and is undergoing therapy.

The arrangement was for my brother to visit dad during weekends, but frequently mom drives him straight back if she sees that one of dad's flings are at home.

My dad on the other hand is accusing everyone of homophobia and intolerance because most of the family is supporting my mom.

I personally don't feel comfortable sitting there listening to his love life when my mom's life is falling apart, but then he will get angry at me and tell me I need to be more open-minded.

I feel like I'm playing a character in some kind of comic show or a soap opera.

If there's any advice you can offer, that will be greatly appreciated, thanks.

A: Your father's sexual orientation is not the issue; it's his sexual inappropriateness.

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