… Raise respectful boys who wouldn’t ogle their female counterparts.
A Florida father has been shamed for letting his teenage daughters wear “inappropriate” and “provocative” dresses to a high school homecoming event.
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“My daughters look a little too good on homecoming night,” the proud dad wrote beneath snaps of his girls in the scanty outfits. “Believe it or not, they’re even more beautiful on the inside.”
Austin — who boasts a large social media following — was immediately inundated with comments from fans who claimed the dresses were not appropriate for the girls to wear.
“Sad that parents think it’s ok to send the young ladies out with everything showing,” one stated.
Austin did not disclose the exact ages of his daughters, but later stated one is in her senior year, while the other is a freshman.
Critics continued to pile on the dad, with another writing: “I don’t think I would be dressed like that around my father and he would be okay with that, it’s crazy!”
Meanwhile, a third chimed in, stating: “I have two grown and married daughters. These outfits are not prom appropriate, those are what women wear to clubs when they are single looking for some action.”
But Austin wasn’t about to take the criticism lying down, taking to TikTok to call his critics “Karens” who should butt out of his business.
In a video that has clocked more than 5 million views, the famous father said critics should raise respectful boys who wouldn’t ogle their female counterparts.
“It’s your job to not raise a pervert with no self control,” he barked.
Austin joked that he’d rather his daughters wear blankets with sleeves all day, every day, but insisted he wasn’t in the position to police their ensembles.
“Now let’s be clear, those outfits are not the ones I would choose for my daughters to leave the house. If it were up to me, it would be 24/7 snuggies,” he declared. “But if I start dictating what my daughters wear, I’m going to 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 okay for a man to tell them what to wear because they look too good, and that ain’t happening, Karen.”
Austin continued, saying he would be “disappointed” if his girls “grew up to be the kind of adult who goes on social media and demeans a teen’s appearance.”
“Now that’s what I call trashy,” he sniped at the conclusion of his clip.
Many viewers praised the dad for defending his daughters, with one TikToker responding: “Thank you! You are an amazing dad raising amazing strong girls.. it’s rough out here for us females!”