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High Heels for Babies - Sadly not a joke

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
That's just soooo wrong and bad.......:w00t:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/00678/heelarious404_678384c.jpg
#2
How stupid are they !! :w00t:

Bet hey are american
#3
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/2115077/Heelarius-high-heels-for-babies-go-on-sale.html
thanks for pic hotscot!

wata joke....so pathetic! are they gonna do cheap 9ct jewlerry next?
#4
The tiny stillettos, called Heelarious, are intended for babies up to six months and come in hot pink, black and leopard print.

Britta Bacon and Hayden Porter, the American inventors of the footwear, said the heels are only for show and will collapse if any pressure is put on them.

Christopher Cloke, head of child protection awareness at the NSPCC, said: "This is part of a worrying trend of inappropriate clothing being marketed at young children."

Miss Bacon said she hit upon the idea for the shoes while walking to her daughter Kayla's 4th birthday party. She said: "It would have been hilarious if I could have brought Kayla to a party in high heels when she was a baby."

The $35 (£17.80) shoes, which come in six different styles named after the inventors' children, are on sale at over 50 stores in America, Canada and Switzerland. British parents can purchase them from internet retailers.

In April supermarket giant Tesco was criticised for launching padded bras for girls as young as seven. The "bust-booster" bra, which costs £4, was sold alongside vests in the supermarket's seven to eight-year-old range.

It was the latest embarrassment for Tesco, which in 2006 removed a pole dancing kit from sale after being accused of "destroying children's innocence".

Asda was also condemned for marketing black lacy underwear to nine-year-old girls.

Last year the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, said children were being psychologically damaged by inappropriate "sexy" clothing and toys.


#5
im sorry but girls under 6 monthsshould be in booties, socks, bare feet or at a oush cute lil buckle shoes!
#6
To all Children (from the Corporations) -

"Grow up godamnit, grow up!!"

lol
#7
magicbeans
im sorry but girls under 6 monthsshould be in booties, socks, bare feet or at a oush cute lil buckle shoes!


My kids always took off their shoes, socks, boottees and anything else that covered their feet. Then they threw them at me whilst I was driving, imagine the dangers of a stiletto being chucked over the seat whilst racing along the motorway! :w00t:

This really is several steps too far. Babies are supposed to be cute, cuddly and gooey, not in any way sexualised, this sort of thing feeds sick minds creating an even more dangerous world for kids to grow up in.
#8
i wont be putting my baby girl in these disgusting things they dont even look cute
#9
ilovepink
i wont be putting my baby girl in these disgusting things they dont even look cute


Spot on:thumbsup:

How disgraceful.
#10
kidcat
My kids always took off their shoes, socks, boottees and anything else that covered their feet. Then they threw them at me whilst I was driving, imagine the dangers of a stiletto being chucked over the seat whilst racing along the motorway! :w00t:

This really is several steps too far. Babies are supposed to be cute, cuddly and gooey, not in any way sexualised, this sort of thing feeds sick minds creating an even more dangerous world for kids to grow up in.


haha..... yeah my 23 month old went theough a phase of this! its a boy though so wouldnt have to deal with this tack!

they r not cute and defo agree..why sexualise a baby?? it feeds the sickos.... i rmbr there was that stoey of a guy who raped a 3 month old..... so wrong... well this isnt a clever idea is it?!
#11
Alfonse
To all Children (from the Corporations) -

"Grow up godamnit, grow up!!"

lol


lol - spot on, very sad:x
#12
They are soooo wrong, when will they let children BE children for as long as possible? They grow up way too fast as it is

I saw a girl no older than 4 the other day wearing a t-shirt with the slogan LITTLE TART
Wtf is that all about? I wouldn't let my daughter wear anything like that and she's 11
#13
oh dear ... this is really terrible! :w00t: whatever next ?
#14
yuk!!! not cute at all .:x
#15
magic beans i agree, we have enough sickos in this world without us intentionally flaunting our children under thier noses, i work in a first school and i find myself mortified on a regular basis when one of the year 5/6 ( 9 - 10 year old ) girl pupils bend/sit down and flash a thong or lacy underwear, WHY DO THE PARENTS ALLOW IT? they arent even teenagers yet. CRAZY
#16
allison7779
magic beans i agree, we have enough sickos in this world without us intentionally flaunting our children under thier noses, i work in a first school and i find myself mortified on a regular basis when one of the year 5/6 ( 9 - 10 year old ) girl pupils bend/sit down and flash a thong or lacy underwear, WHY DO THE PARENTS ALLOW IT? they arent even teenagers yet. CRAZY

When I'm walking to work and it happens to rain there is this young school girl I'd say she's about 10 or 11 and she's using a playboy umbrella, she might be innocent of it, but all those drivers who see her aren't. It really is so sad that children are being so sexualised. The paedophiles must be in their element, soon they’ll have enough proof to say kids of any age … I don’t want to even go there.
#17
Thats so wrong, everyones trying to get children to grow up to fast, even the parents because they say nothing about the way their children and behaving and dressing, but they complain when their child becomes pregnant at a young age because they have been subjected to all of this sexually explicit stuff
Parents should keep there children acting as children for as long as possible because once they grow up they will never have their little baby back

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