A barnesele with a skeleton in the and the accompanying text: 'go to the costume party tonight as Karen and her non-vaccinated child.
Such is the content of a lookup, which has created quite a stir in the Facebook-things up. It is made of Autumn Dayss, and in the time of writing, been shared throughout 125.000 times and received more than 11,000 comments.
Many find the costume amusing, but there are also many who think it is wrong to make fun of dead children, while a smaller group is encountered that made fun of vaccine-resistance.
'This here is obnoxious and distasteful. So you got shown your complete lack of class for the whole world. Your mother must be so proud of you', writes a user.
She gets a cash answer by another user:
'What is obnoxious, is not to vaccinate her children, so they can potentially die of diseases that could be avoided'.
A user focuses instead on there being made fun of dead children.
'I don't care which side of the line you stand on. You are a very special kind of stupid and sick person if you make fun of dead children or people who have lost a child,' he writes.
More fashion also, however, for moderation, for although the subject is very controversial for the time, then it is, after all, just a joke, they say.
'It's called dark humor. You don't have to like everything,' writes one user.
Offensive or insensitive content'
Since the lookup was made 25. October, users have merrily debated in the comments section. Some have, however, apparently felt so offended by the ad, that they have reported it to Facebook.
In each case, there is now a filter over the image, when you open the ad, which warned against the 'offensive or insensitive content'. Therefore, one must even accept that you want to see the picture.
How to appear the advertisement now, when you open it on Facebook. Photo credit: Screenshot/Facebook
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