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Babies in heels
subcultured at 7:32AM, July 2, 2009
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holy shit! why didn't i think of this?!






also please bring back foot binding!
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ozoneocean at 7:45AM, July 2, 2009
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Oh great… Attack of the peodo-mums. T_T
 
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charlie_everyone at 7:50AM, July 2, 2009
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This a unsettling. Frightening. This may be viewed as a joke now… but as early as 5 (or possibly younger) these kinds of products are being worn by young girls everywhere.

I used to work at a day care for k-4th graders in fairfield CT. Girls dressed in sweat shorts with phrases like “bootylicious” on the backside or spaghetti strap tops were common. Usually worn by the girls who were most popular or the ones seeking attention. This is the rich part of CT… These are the daughters of CEO's, famous artists, cultural trend setters. I can only imagine how this reflects on the bulk of america. People used to laugh and feel uncomfortable with the kind of dress girls all over america are wearing now… In a few years… Man this is f'd up… It would not surprise me to see infants wearing this kind of thing.


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Aurora Moon at 6:45PM, July 2, 2009
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I can't decide which is worse… the thong underwear for 4-5 year olds….

or those soft, rubbery heels.

at least those heels doesn't look like REAL heels, and doesn't harm the babies any…. at most they could be just novelty items.

but somehow I get the feeling that most wouldn't see them that way… after all, there's people out there who seriously dresses their 4-year olds in that kind of underwear I mentioned up above and also in miniskirts and tube tops.

and some people seem to wonder why pedophila seems to be increasing in some people? if we start to see the objectification of little girls as normal, then some peverts out there is certainly going to think it as normal that they're attracted to little girls too.
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seventy2 at 7:50PM, July 2, 2009
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and some people seem to wonder why pedophila seems to be increasing in some people? if we start to see the objectification of little girls as normal, then some peverts out there is certainly going to think it as normal that they're attracted to little girls too.
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subcultured at 1:41AM, July 3, 2009
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lol
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istaerlus at 8:47PM, July 4, 2009
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It's bad enough that whenever I go to the mall I see prosti-tots running around everywhere but making clothes like that for babies takes this to a whole new level of wrong.

Also news b*tch in the first video, don't blame the internet for this!
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Puff_Of_Smoke at 6:13AM, July 5, 2009
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Makes me glad I was born a boy… And to a low income family at the time :D
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cirienphoenix at 10:33AM, July 5, 2009
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I love where the guy at the end asks what's wrong with people now and the one woman is like “The internet! The internet! Don't get me started.” haha XD
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subcultured at 10:39AM, July 5, 2009
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lol
i found that funny too!

i was like, im watching this show on the internet!
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HippieVan at 9:04PM, July 5, 2009
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I don't think anyone should wear high heels. They're silly.

But about this…when do babies start walking? Because it seems to me that if a baby was trying to take their first steps, those squishy heels wouldn't exactly help with their balance.
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cirienphoenix at 10:59PM, July 5, 2009
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But about this…when do babies start walking? Because it seems to me that if a baby was trying to take their first steps, those squishy heels wouldn't exactly help with their balance.

I have no idea when babies walk, but that kid was trying to STAND even with her mom's help. I must say, squishy heels like that turn your knees inward. I don't know about you, but trying to stand with my knees bent in like that, or even my ankle at that angle, is seriously uncomfortable. I think that product is dangerous, regardless of whether people think they're baby safe or not.
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Cthulhu at 11:05PM, July 9, 2009
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Nothing helps making your children learn to walk than making it harder for them to do so. What a fantastic idea.
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