The Dairy Air Ice Cream Co. in Montclair, New Jersey, was forced to change its cartoon logo because one leftist spinster complained the logo – which again, is a cartoon – was “hyper-sexualized.”
The controversy started when local merchant Amy Tingle, co-founder and owner of The Creative Caravan, took the ice cream parlor to task for the logo that it is using on its cups and furniture. It depicts a cartoon cow, sporting blond braids and a jaunty French beret, who has a curvy, very human-looking rear end. The cow’s butt has a heart with the initials “DA,” for Dairy Air, within it.
On Monday Tingle posted an open letter on Facebook to Dairy Air, which is located at the corner of Bloomfield Avenue and Park Street, asking the shop to reconsider the logo’s design in consideration of Montclair women and the children who may patronize the business.
“It is offensive and sickening,” she wrote. “A hyper-sexualized, obviously female cow with her ass upended and poking through a circle, tail raised up, waiting for what? I’m not sure, but I do know that I am repulsed and offended.”
Wow, I’ll bet Amy is fun at parties. Look snowflake, if you don’t approve of the logo, don’t patronize the ice cream store. There is a word for forcing your prudish, pearl-clutching views on others: fascism.