The Only Seven Year Old Breasts I Want To See Are On Pam Anderson?s Chest
Breaking news from Abercrombie and Fitch: If your 7 year old daughter wants to strut the beach this summer looking more endowed in the chest area than she really is, she will now have to resort back to the old, tried and true â€śKleenexâ€ť stuffing method.
Wilting under the pressure, and probably tired of everyone looking at them like they are diddlers, company officials announced via Facebook today that they will no longer sell â€śPadded Push Upâ€ť bikini tops for girls as young as seven. The company acknowledges that they are more appropriate for girls who are 12 and older.
Thank god. Can you imagine the problems a bunch of top heavy pre-teens could cause at the local beach this summer? My 11 year old son wouldnâ€™t be able to focus on skim boarding up at Ocean Park.
Abercrombie doesnâ€™t explain on Facebook how an entire company of adults somehow came to the conclusion that padded bikini tops for grammar school kids was an epic idea. It had to pass through more than one person right? Iâ€™m all for big breasts, donâ€™t get me wrong, I just tend to think we ought to keep them on the adult ladies, or guys like me who havenâ€™t been on the treadmill lately.
Should there be a law about provocative clothing? Or should there be a law about parents who allow, or encourage, their kids to dress like sluts? Abercrombie wouldnâ€™t make this stuff if some manic beauty queen mom wasnâ€™t buying for their princess.
You canâ€™t control what a private business wants to sell. You can ask the question though about when a company has crossed the line. When you are presenting seven year olds with the opportunity to make their boobs look big, are you not encouraging kiddie porn like behavior? Or at the very least, embarrassing a bunch of normal people just trying to have fun at the beach.