Do you think too many parents allow their children to dress too promiscuously for Halloween?
Unfortunately many do. Im sure there will be several miniature Lady Gagas out there this Halloween and I have never seen Lady Gaga wear appropriate clothing. It's sad to see how unconcerned parents are nowadays.
Yes, definately. I think that childhood is disappearing and that is a huge shame. Halloween shouldn't be about "let's see just how slutty we can make any costume idea". It is disheartening to see parents being so dismissive about their children's behavior. I am much more in favor of creative costumes.
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