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Man hits back after being slammed for letting daughters wear ‘provocative’ dresses

Man hits back after being slammed for letting daughters wear ‘provocative’ dresses

A man who was slated for his daughters wearing 'provocative' dresses has hit back at the criticism.

When a man was slated for the way his teenage daughters were dressing, he decided to hit back at the criticism with some choice words of his own.

News anchor Matt Austin was recently shamed on social media for the way his daughters were dressed, so he decided to hit back at the critics.

It all started when he posted a picture of himself and his daughters to Facebook before they went to a school homecoming event, and that's when the criticism came rolling in.

He was hit with a torrent of comments claiming it was 'sad that parents think it’s ok to send the young ladies out with everything showing' and telling him his daughters 'should have respect for themselves'.

The father took to TikTok to put his critics on blast.

Taking to TikTok, he posted a video where he started by reading out some of the criticism he'd been getting online for the way his daughters had been dressed and hit back at those who'd slammed him.

He said: "One thing that has always p****d me off as a father of girls is when people say things like 'oh these girls need to dress so they don't distract the boys', or even worse 'they're dressed in a way in which they're asking for it'.

"Let's get something crystal clear now, it's not my daughter's job to make sure your son is focused in school. Also not her job to dress hideous enough to where your son doesn't assault her.

"It's your job to not raise a pervert with no self control."

Austin admitted the clothes were 'not the ones I would choose for my daughters to leave the house', explaining that if he got his own way when it came to his kids fashion it'd be '24/7 snuggies'.

However, he made it clear that he had a very good reason for letting his kids wear what they wanted.

He continued: "If I start dictating what my daughters wear I'm gonna teach them three things.

"A: they'll start to hate me for arbitrary rules. B: they'll start to lie to me. Or C, maybe even worse: that it's ok for a man to tell them what to wear because they look too good, that 'aint happening Karen.

"But you know what would really disappoint me, if my girls grew up to be the kind of adult who goes on social media and demeans a teens appearance on her father's Facebook page.

"That's what I call trashy."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@flnewsman

Topics: TikTok, Life