Skip to comments.Outrage over shocking images of the 10-YEAR-OLD model who has graced the pages of Vogue
Posted on 08/04/2011 6:42:10 PM PDT by Immerito
She reclines among leopard print pillows, her rouged lips pouting at the camera. But shockingly the model in these highly sexualised pictures is only 10 years old.
The provocative images of Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau, who is tipped as the next big thing on the fashion scene, are causing a storm of controversy with campaigners furious that a child so young should be displaying the sexual allure of someone twice her age.
Thylane has appeared in numerous campaigns and her image is all over the internet. To date she has an impressive portfolio - the French girl has graced the cover of Vogue Enfants and posed for high-end editorials.
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It’s disgraceful. Pimping children seems to be getting pretty common.
The “colorful folkways” of the sodomites need to be re-criminalized.
Is this all that different from what was done to JonBenet Ramsey - and happens to so many other little girls?
This all comes from a combination of parents who see themselves as failures, so they live vicariously through their children (mostly little girls), and a growing number of pedophiles (of both sexes) in the fashion industry.
I get nearly nauseous when I go with my wife to shop for clothing for my daughters (7 & 5). The vast majority at most retailers looks like what I call “slutwear”. OF course, if people wouldn’t buy it - it wouldn’t show up on the shelves...
So we come back around to parental responsibility (and maturity).
There was a HUGE controversy here- it was banned in Ontario.
So my conclusion is that this pimping of youngsters has always been socially acceptable. We just don't like to admit it. It is a reflection on the state of our society ... our Judeo-Christian society.
That sir is the right question. They have let a beautiful little girl be dressed up and made up like a cheap whore.
As you said, what the hell is wrong with her parents? !!!!!!!!!!!
somebody had that thread on morality earlier today...
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The sexualization of children is another civilization buster. Lives ruined, families ruined, society ruined. Where is innocence? Why do these creepy sickos think that everything in the entire world has to be about sex? Children deserve protection from being turned into sex objects or being exposed to sexual content they aren't ready for and shouldn't be ready for. We have a culture which has many toxic veins running through it, and sexualization of children is one of the worst. Parents have to go the extra mile to protect their children but it is well worth taking the time and effort.
It’s not only more common now but more extreme.
Looks like the Clinton era again.
When the young moms were dressing their kids in slutwear.
This is just nasty. The child is being robbed of her childhood. I don’t understand why the parents feel the need to pimp their beautiful daughter out. I hope they have security guards for her. Shaking my head again.
Slutwear for little girls has only gotten worse. I know a mother with two little girls and she has to make their clothes, buy boys’ pants, etc. The girls’ pants even for 8 year olds are so low cut they’re ridiculous. She likes to dress her girls in skirts and dresses - and the girls like to as well - and many stores don’t even sell skirts or dresses for children any more.
Not so bad here in the midwest.
A lot of the slutwear has disappeared off the shelves.
that is disgusting. a 10-year old is a child, this shows how society is degenerating
Good news. I haven’t seen my friend for a couple of years since they moved so I don’t know the current status of girls’ clothes in stores. I never expect good news...
I recently saw a little girl, about 8 to 10 years old, with what had to be a padded bra. I would guess B or C cups. No, it wasn’t the result of obesity. She was skinny, but had huge “breasts.” She was in a store with a woman, a man, and other children. It appeared to be a family outing. I wanted to slug the parents. It still bothers me.
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