Did pedophilia become legal while I was not looking?
Ok, so I shop for clothes like a guy – once a year, and I go to a place I know. Mervyn’s on Geary Blvd. has been a favorite for a long time, and I was bummed out that they’re going out of business. Until this.
Apparently, a lot changed in the past year. Yeah, I know that economy is bad and the retailers must attract all the business they can, but Junior see-through snap-away hot pink panties?? Puhleeze.
I’ll risk sounding like a blue-haired old lady here, but I’m NOT in favor of kids wearing clothes that belong to a wardrobe of a professional exotic dancer. It’s bad enough that kids are encouraged to parade in gold laminated cheap fur edged jackets screaming company logos and rhinestone sunglasses (how are we ever to teach them that “sleazy” and “hot” are not synonyms when they grow up enough to need it?). Now, they have an option to round up the outfit with some baby push-up bras & lacy panties I hope to God no one’s gonna see for at least 5-8 years…
Who buys this “molest me” clothes for their kids anyway? And why am I the one to write about this, on an adult entertainment blog, no less?
The adult business, including Lovings.com, has been bending over backwards for years to make sure that no one under the legal age slips through the cracks into adult entertainment. Newspapers are in glee every time a runaway underage prostitute gets busted. But apparently, it’ perfectly ok to dress up your daughter as one – just head out to your neighborhood department store…
Yeah, some will argue that “Junior” is simply a size description. After all, what girl can resist owning a cute pair of “Hello Kitty” boy shorts (guilty as charged ).
It seems that the manufacturers thought there might be some confusion too. Just in case you’re not getting the message, cute little labels clear things up. I had to buy these – couldn’t get a proper photo at the store… A teeny-tiny pair of hot pink see-through panties I mentioned, with the label “Age Group”. They even have handy snap-off sides. I was seriously sorry I couldn’t find any in the grown-up size.