The video was created by Fckh8, which is a company that designs merchandise for LGBT, anti-sexism and anti-racism, and the girls are seen on the clip discussing the likes of equal pay and looking pretty. Speaking about why people should discuss their potty mouths when inequality still exists, they said: “So, what is more offensive, a little girl saying f**k or the f**k**g unequal and sexist ways society treats girls and women?”  Dolled up in pastel dresses, the feminists in training drop F-bombs to remind everyone that society shouldn’t be offended by curse words, but more offended by gender inequality.  The Ohio-based company that released the video of the little girls swearing said:
Facing a future where women are still paid 23% less than men for the same work, and where 1 in 5 women are raped or sexually assaulted in gender-based violence, little girls between 6 and 13 years-old dressed as pretty pink princesses drop F-bombs to draw attention to society’s continued sexism. Asking the question, “What’s more offensive? A little girl saying f*ck or the sexist way society treats girls and women” these adorably articulate little ladies in sparkling tiaras turn the “princess in distress” stereotype on its head and contrast the F-word with words and statistics society should find shocking such as “pay inequality” and “rape.” The video also features a 12 year-old boy wearing a pink gown standing up against sexism saying, “When you tell boys not to ‘act like a girl,’ it’s because you think it’s bad to be a girl.
“Asking the question, ‘What’s more offensive? A little girl saying f*ck or the sexist way society treats girls and women’ these adorably articulate little ladies in sparkling tiaras turn the ‘princess in distress’ stereotype on its head and contrast the F-word with words and statistics society should find shocking such as ‘pay inequality’ and ‘rape'” they added.
The cursing queens continue: “Stop focusing on the way I f***ing look and give me a book. “My aspirations in life shouldn’t be worrying about the shape of my ass.” Perhaps the most powerful message the video hammers home is that ‘one in five women will be sexually assaulted or raped by a man.’  In a particularly affecting moment, the yung feministas say that one in five women will be sexually assaulted or raped. “Which one of us will it be?”
Their answer: “Stop telling girls how to dress and start teaching boys not to f***ing rape.” The girls sure have a lot to say despite looking like butter wouldn’t melt, one girl argues: “What the f***? I’m not some pretty f***ing helpless princess in distress.” Cursing like sailors, they add: “What is more offensive? A little girl saying ‘f***’ or the f***ing unequal and sexist way society treats girls and women?”
At the end of the video, FCKH8.com promote their feminist T-shirts, from which a portion of each sale goes towards helping five anti-sexism organisations. The controversial video has caused widespread debate online since it was released yesterday as it features girls, aged between 6-13 years old, using the F-word to get their point across. 
Greg Gutfeld wondered: where are the parents? “You could call this abuse, and who could argue? After all, it’s clear these kids have little idea what they’re doing, or why. The irony is that they are talking about abuse while being used as props for profit,” he said. Gutfeld said you have to be pretty desperate to allow someone to do this to your children. Kimberly Guilfoyle, a mother herself, called it poor parenting. “The adults that made it should be ashamed of themselves, too,” she said. Eric Bolling said these four beautiful little girls are being corrupted. Bob Beckel said this isn’t pro-feminist – it’s actually anti-feminist. 
Against this backdrop of buffoonery, libertarian video blogger and political firebrand Julie Borowski, a Policy Analyst at FreedomWorks, has released her own response to the “F-Bombs for Feminism” video. It’s an “F-Bombs for Feminism” parody of epic proportions that completely torpedoes these feminist myths once and for all, and does so in hilarious fashion. Of particular note is Borowski’s precise mimicry of the young fem-bots’ exaggerated hand gestures and mannerisms, to comedic effect.  Watch Julie Borowski’s awesome parody video below, and check out her excellent YouTube channel TokenLibertarianGirl: