orabbit wrote:A while back, a similar shirt was rejected due to sensitivity about real diagnosed OCD. I think this will meet the same fate/controversy. Change it to anal? Actually don't do that. Perfectionist? Something that's not a medical condition.
Actually, the creator of that shirt graciously removed it. As far as I know, Woot did not remove it and I'm not sure they would have.
Disclaimer: I have OCD. It rules every moment of my life. I recently re-started treatment. It took me over a month to find a therapist, because there are so few trained to treat OCD using the preferred method.
I also have a sense of humor. One time, I might have found this funny. But this isn't really what OCD is, and graphic t-shirts and memes have turned this very serious illness into little more than a joke in the public eye. Please don't perpetuate that myth.