http://www.king5.com/news/clothing-...stance-abuse-awareness-organization/327475863 http://www.kare11.com/news/nordstrom-petitioned-to-remove-drug-themed-clothing/329166389 http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2016/09/moschino_capsule_line_causing.html https://www.moschino.com/look/index...le?hashvalue=&siteCode=MOSCHINO_US#shopbyitem Many pictures of the items at the link above. I certainly wouldn't purchase or wear such items, even as a halloween costume, or would I allow my kids to wear those items. But should the stores be boycotted? So, it is a "freedom of expression" issue? Or not? Is it "art"? It's certainly offensive to many, and seen as glamorizing drug use. Most drug themed clothing and accessories is sold in counter-culture venues that kids don't typically have access to. Nordstrom's is a high end department store-- does that make a difference? Would there be outrage if a store like Target or Walmart carried these items? What if they were marketed to teens, babies, or children? So then I pondered whether, or how, this is any different than "marijuana leaf" shirts and accessories. I personally wouldn't wear those, either, or allow my kids to wear them. Prompts thoughts such as how schools might view these items in the dress code, etc. Certainly controversial, in light of the current drug and heroin epidemic. Thoughts?