Is This Dance Wear Brand Sexualizing Young Girls?

Jul 19, 2016 at 2:49 pm |

Self-expressive art gone too far?

If we want to be honest here, I’m the kind of mom that won’t buy a bikini for my daughter until she reaches a certain age. Now, I’m not one of those obsessive, prudish helicopter mom-types (or so I don’t think), but I do believe that little girls should be little girls for as long as they possibly can. After all, they have their entire lives to “act” and “look” grown up and such a short time in their lives to be and act like carefree children. That’s why I’m in no hurry to have my daughter wear make up, dress provocatively or act older than she should.

And that’s why one dancewear company is getting a lot of heat as many critics say their new ad campaign is sexualizing young underage girls. You’ve got to see some of these photos to believe it.

Credit: Facebook / Frilledneck Fashion

Credit: Facebook / Frilledneck Fashion

Frilledneck fashion is being accused of ‘sexualizing young girls’ in their new campaign.

And some of these girls in the campaign are as young as 8!