The most inappropriate product for kids
There are several inappropriate products for kids in the market that you may not even be aware of. Read on to know more about them.
The first item on our top 5 most inappropriate product for kids would be the “Crotchless undies” – made to fit girls seven and above. Our big question is why?
What could possibly be the purpose of creating such a product? What are these people thinking; if not to deliberately sexualize young girls that are barely even double digits in age? Should kids dress like this, even if it is underneath decent coverings?
So here’s the deal, a mother found X-rated lingerie being sold at a Colorado kids’ apparel store in USA.
Inappropriate products for kids
The most disturbing thing is that the racy undies were placed next to frilly princess costumes, fluffy stuffed animals and other kiddie toys.
1. Sexy kid underwear for easy access
Everything about this product is so wrong, a mum captured images of these controversial undies on her smartphone.
These undies were designed to fit girls as young as seven. Erin French said: "I was mortified. My first initial response was, 'Am I really seeing that?”
The owner of the store, Kid N Teen, said that 25 percent of her products are catered to teens. But we think that the excuse cannot be justified. Why? Simply because it is not right to promote promiscuity or irresponsible teen sex to young ones either—epic fail!
Let’s see some reactions of mothers from parenting websites: "Holy triple inappropriate, Batman. It's questionable enough that places like Gap offer sequined hot pants for little girls, "but why on earth would a 7-year-old need panties without a crotch?" We share the same sentiment.
2. The pole dancing doll
Who comes up with ideas like the ones below? Were they high inspiration hit them? Come on! Really? A pole dancing doll for little girls? The doll comes with its own blinking light, a disco ball and a pole. Yes and it rotates!
3. Nipple tassel tee
Erm, need we explain this?
4. Shave me doll
This would be a fine specimen to teach your kid how to shave his or her pubes. Oh, very curly strawberry blond hair.
5. Stuffed STD fuzzies
These cute little stufed toys that represent sexually transmitted diseases look to cute to be threatening diseases transmitted via unsafe sex. It will probably make kids go: “Mom, I think I want ‘herpes’, it looks like a cute sunflower.”
What inappropriate kiddie products have you seen out there? Tell us...