Pre-teen princesses drop the F-bomb more times than a Chris Rock comedy routine to protest women's issues. (Photo: ScreenCap)

Pre-teen princesses drop the F-bomb more times than a Chris Rock comedy routine to protest women’s issues. (Photo: ScreenCap)

Pre-teen princesses drop more f-bombs than a Chris Rock comedy routine in a video rapidly going viral to protest a range of issues affecting women, from pay inequality to rape and sexual abuse.

The video was posted yesterday (Oct. 21) on Vimeo by a group called “FCKH8,” which opposes all forms of sexism and racism, according to its Web site. is a for-profit T-shirt company “with an activist heart and a passionate social change,” the group writes on its Web site.

It’s mission: “Arming thousands of people with pro-LGBT equality, anti-racism and anti-sexism T-shirts that act as ‘mini-billboards’ for change.”

Jane Lynch, Adam Lambert and Zac Efron have worn their slogan-laden tee-shirts and Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi have their own special pink shirt, it notes.

The video opens with appearances by several pre-teen girls in princess outfits.

“What the fu*k!” shouts one of the girls. “I’m not some pretty fu*king helpless… princess in distress,” chimes in another.

“I’m pretty fu*king powerful,” the first girl adds.

So far the video has been viewed nearly 590,000 times and received a 128 likes. But negative comments appear to outnumber positive comments in a lively discussion on the Vimeo message board.

“So basically I think it is never ok for young children of this age to swear, girl or boy!” wrote one commentator.

“As someone who is studying to be a foundation phase teacher around this age group, I see children who swear to each other and act in a difficult manner and who are violent all because they don’t have the basic understanding of what is right from wrong. THIS IS NOT OK!”

But another noted that pre-teens were already well aware of gender politics and probably swearing as much to boot.

Amid all the swearing and finger-wagging, the pre-teen kids point out that women get paid 23 percent less than men for the same work. They also note that one-in-five women are raped or sexually assaulted.

“What’s more offensive? A little girl saying f*ck, or the sexist way society treats girls and women?” these otherwise “adorable” princesses ask.

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.”

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Warning! Really offensive language delivered by cute kids.