Sunday, March 27, 2011

Abercrombie & Fitch Selling Padded Bikini Tops for Young Girls

Because, you know, it's never to early to tart up and sexualize grade school girls.

From the San Fran Chronicle:
"The popular fashion brand's new spring kids' line includes three bikini top styles, including the Ashley Push Up Triangle, that are all stuffed with padding.

Abercrombie Kids is an offshoot of Abercrombie & Fitch, the popular fashion brand aimed at teenagers. The kids line is geared at kids ages 8 to 14.

While a 14-year-old might be ready to try a padded bikini, it's hard to imagine that an 8-year-old's cleavage needs enhancing. What sort of message are you sending a 2nd grader when you buy her a push-up top?"
Indeed. Probably a message similar to the one girls get by being tarted out like Jr. Vegas Show girls in dance studios across the nation. A & F is simply allowing clueless mommies to take the "sex me up tot" look to the beach.

Yet unlike the progressive fascists who scream and demand the police power of gub'mint to eliminate that which they object, Conservatives believe that the sane and rational choices of adults will prevail and this ignominious imposition of sexualization upon lil girls by clueless mommies will die a quiet economic death in the market place.

One can only hope it will also come quickly to the scurrilous A & F

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