And we thought push-up bikinis were bad, now little girls can purchase crotchless panties at the mall. The story was first reported out of Colorado when a mother and daughter entered a store called “Kids N Teen.”
The mother quickly discovered the crotchless panties and captured them on video with her cell phone camera. She also explains, “[the store also has] cute little backpacks and even cute princess dresses.”
The owner of the store told reporters that the store sells mostly kids’ products, but also caters a small portion of the merchandise towards the teen crowd (because that makes it better). The shop has since pulled the crotchless panties for little girls and “teens” off of their shelves.
They are obviously underwear that are meant to be worn during and/or for sex; and now are trying to be sold to teenage girls around the age of 14. Parents are outraged that adult products, such as these, are on display and available for purchase at stores geared towards tweens and teens.
I say let’s try to keep our little girls, little girls for as long as we can. And this brings us to the question of the day: How do you feel about the crotchless panties? Would you be outraged if you saw this at a store being aimed towards young girls?