* Katrina Schaefer, abc15.com
TAMPA - Are we asking our girls to grow up too quickly?
Abercrombie Kids is selling “push up" bikini tops on its website.
Do the girls who shop Abercrombie Kids really need to worry about push up tops?
The tops could be seen on the Abercrombie Kids website Wednesday morning and sell for $24.50.
why are we sexualizing little girls?...the fashion industry is always pushing the envelope...is this bordering on abuse?
There's another thread about this.
8 year old girl gets botox....looking forward to nose and boob job.
http://www.thisis50.com/profiles/blogs/ … far-beauty
that mom of the 8 year old should be charged with child abuse!
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