So I guess my problem with little girls clothing is how they put words like 'HOTTIE' 'DIVA' or 'SEXY' across the seat of the pants. Even more worrisome sometimes is that parents buy them. Don't they worry that some pervert is staring at their daughters little hiney? Isn't it like pinning a target on them? I know people feel safe in their neighborhoods, but have they checked the predator registries to see how many are actually between their house and their kids school? Its scary and I just don't know about pointing out my childs body with big words on their backsides that say they are hot stuff or just too sexy.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:56 AM on Jun. 29, 2009 in General Parenting
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Answer by TeriMelisa at 12:03 PM on Jun. 29, 2009
No I don't. I think one of my daughters has some shorts that say gymnast across the butt, but she rarely wears them. I think trying to make your child seem "sexy" and excusing it as cute is just asking from trouble... especially later on in the teen years. It just sends the wrong message I think. Do these moms really want their daughters to grow up thinking of themselves as sex objects and nothing more?
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