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Old 11-10-2012, 03:09 PM   #1
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There has to be a zillion mini vents on this subject: baby hooker clothes! Um, no, thank you.

I took DN shopping this weekend for winter clothes and oh my goodness. I am by no means a super prude overly modest type but what in the world are clothing stores trying to sell here?

The clothing was horrifyingly bright and low cut and glittery. Creepily "sexy" type clothes and she is only in first grade! I saw a shirt in HER SIZE that said "I am my boyfriend's playstation." Yeah, no. You are not. You are a child and should not have a boyfriend.

As she gets older, I become more afraid.

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There has to be a zillion mini vents on this subject: baby hooker clothes! Um, no, thank you.

I took DN shopping this weekend for winter clothes and oh my goodness. I am by no means a super prude overly modest type but what in the world are clothing stores trying to sell here?

The clothing was horrifyingly bright and low cut and glittery. Creepily "sexy" type clothes and she is only in first grade! I saw a shirt in HER SIZE that said "I am my boyfriend's playstation." Yeah, no. You are not. You are a child and should not have a boyfriend.

As she gets older, I become more afraid.
Did that shirt really say that?!?! Holy shiz!!!! That's disgusting!
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Yup and the more modest boys clothing gets the less so for girls clothing. Little girls should NOT be sexy.
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Old 11-10-2012, 03:23 PM   #4
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I saw a girl maybe 6 or 7 a few days ago in HIGH HEEL hooker boots up to her knees and a mini skirt. Forget the fact that it was 30 degrees outside, what was that mom THINKING?!
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Old 11-10-2012, 03:28 PM   #5
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Did that shirt really say that?!?! Holy shiz!!!! That's disgusting!
Yes, it absolutely did. I should have taken a picture. My niece attempted to eye some glittery baby prost!tute skankyness but I gave her the "not in this life time will you EVAAAA wear such scandulous junk so keep movin' along to that rack of cutesy dresses and leggings." She's a good girl, but I think the peer pressure is definitely there already.

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Yup and the more modest boys clothing gets the less so for girls clothing. Little girls should NOT be sexy.
They should not! I saw "sexy" Halloween costumes for this age group to. Yuck.

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I saw a girl maybe 6 or 7 a few days ago in HIGH HEEL hooker boots up to her knees and a mini skirt. Forget the fact that it was 30 degrees outside, what was that mom THINKING?!
I have seen things like that! It's the icing on the cake when they whip out their cell phone and carry on a conversation "Like, omgzzz, I am shopping with my stupid Mom."
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where were you shopping that had this shirt?

I will protest!

was it JCPenney that was forced to remove their 'I'm too pretty for math' shirt because of the backlash from parents?
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Sadly, I can only agree with you.

We have to stick to thrift or consignment shops, so I can try to find older style clothing that is still cute but not slutteriffic.

I once (a while back) saw THONGS in size 2t/3t. Like 10 of them. Some were lacy, some were leathery, some were G-strings.

I saw a Halloween costume in sz 4/5 w/ a skirt that was BAERLY covering butt cheeks, fish net stockings, and knee high boots. Complete with a little girl model on the front, poking her butt out and looking sideways at the camera with a "sexy" grin, and a hand over her mouth.

Are you SERIOUS? We don't do Halloween, but we do dress up for fun, and why oh why oh why oh why in the world would you ever, ever, EVER put your 4/5 yr old in that? Let's stretch it and say there's a tiny 6 or 7 yr old who wears this size.... even then, REALLY>???

What are these ppl thinking?

I actually sewed my DD some skirts b/c I was so dang appalled at the Brittney Spears jeans, playing peek-a-boo with her butt crack, and cut to JUST above her pubic bone. ... oh, and apparently, this is the new "mid-rise" jean. I don't even WANT to know where the "low-rise" would fall. Good gravy.

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! I saw a shirt in HER SIZE that said "I am my boyfriend's playstation." Yeah, no. You are not. You are a child and should not have a boyfriend.
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DSD is 10. She's in size 14/16. We waited until last minute to get a Halloween costume this year. I went on Amazon to look for costumes. They had a category for "tweens". I clicked it. I couldn't believe my eyes. Almost every single thing they had categorized for "tweens" was strip club worthy. I'm not a prude. I was downright shocked!
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