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  • OT: Helloween Attck of the Pre-Teen Ho's

    http://www.newsweek.com/id/62474?GT1=10450

    im ALL for adults dressing like little tramps halloween, its the best part of the year IMO going out. seems like its the night women love to wear the corset/fishnets with **************** me boots out on the town [and little else], but trickling so far down?

    usually this is something im just like "who cares?" but it is a bit odd its reaching such a young age group. luckily i have two boys so it isnt an issue for me, but you know your local child molestor has got to love giving out candy this year in the neighborhood.

    what say you, especially those with little girls? do you buy costumes like this for them?

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    Depends on the parents, eh?


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    • #3
      I'm so glad I'm not a parent.

      This is my answer: I don't know.

      When I clicked on the Newsweek link, I was actually thinking it was going to be worse than that. Maybe it was my expectations or whatever, but most of the costumes actually seemed sort of mild. But I do see your point. I just wish kids could be kids.
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      • #4
        You must be a f*cking perverted child-molester to see those costumes as "teen porn made by Victoria's Secret".

        And then, a f*cking child-molester sees EVERYTHING as teen porn...
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        • #5
          I didn't even see that "Victoria's Secret" remark on the link. That's a far cry from "Victoria's Secret".
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          • #6
            I saw that story on CNN or one of em. I think it's more corporate crap to keep the sheep talking about nothing stories so they don't notice the billions missing in Iraq and such.

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            • #7
              man, its not about not-iraq.... like i said, i have two boys so its not of major concern to me, i was wondering of anyone here who had girls and what they thought as dads.

              adult chicks have become lately pretty much slut outfits, which i love.... its just pre-pubscent girls need to dress this way? if i hada girl i would be like WTF?

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              • #8
                Well, I can't really comment other than "If I saw my 14-year-old sister dressed like that, I'd ****************, and then slap her...."

                That said, I was quite pleased when my girlfriend dressed up as a sexy french-maid....

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                • #9
                  well yeah.... duh. but they are selling this to younger than 14yo'ds

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                  • #10
                    OK...

                    I've got a 10 year old daughter. She's very pretty. When she rides in the front seat with me, guys will pull up along side my car to check her out then realize... oops. It's a kid. She's not dressed provocatively. Jeans and a shirt. A kid.

                    So Alpha... I hear what you're saying completely. My daughter has friends who do dress like an 18 year old and it's creepy. Now put that same kid in a French maids outfit and it's not right. At 10 and 11 now-a-days, they're starting to look much older believe it or not. But they're still 10.

                    The thing is, the reality is, guys look. It's without intent or malice. It's natural. But it's not in the child's best interest to have guys checking her out in a sexual way. She's going to be 11 for God's sake.

                    My kids going as a marionette with an old fashion dress, up to the neck, etc. I'm not paranoid, I just see what's happening around me.

                    It's creepy.
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                    • #11
                      i guess it really isnt different than them dressing up as wonder woman like when i was a kid... i mean that would be pretty hot if my wife dressed up as wonder woman now.

                      maybe its a byproduct of feminism... even all the way up to the adult level. we teach females to be strong and independant now [i assume, most people i know with girls do], but maybe halloween getting to dress up in costume, fantasy, they like to revert back to being that sex object which was their basic human level "job" when people actually HAD to procreate in order to survive. it wasnt about career, as the article mentions why cant they dress up as a doctor... because maybe that seems too "real life".

                      my kid is going as a skeleton this year. talk about naked, its going to take forever to get all that skin and muscle off him with the filet knife

                      so yeah lee, what are 10yo girls interested in going as this year? you hear any popular themes? i talked to a little girl today [5 maybe?] and she was going as princess fiona [shrek], i asked which version. we went to my sons schools fall festival and i didnt see any girls wearing any costumes like talked about in the article. all seemed normal kids fare... maybe the story is just fluff from one costume manufacturer trying out the market?

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                      • #12
                        Those sexy costumes are expensive, too. Halloween has moved way up the "pricey holiday" list for retail merchants. What ever happened to cutting eye holes in an old bed sheet and going out as a ghose? Or covering a football helmet with aluminum foil and going as a spaceman?

                        And where's creativity? I saw a post on our local FreeCycle board this morning: "Wanted - your old pumkin carving tools." Don't people have knives in their kitchen any more? Yeah, I'll bet it's pretty difficult to carve a good jack'o'lantern with a food processor.

                        But along that line, I was browsing the $1,000 espresso makers in Willians-Sonoma last week and saw a Dremel pumpkin carving kit with a (battery powered, I hope) motorized rotary hand tool with an assortment of rasps and stick-on templates. It was about $30.

                        Sheesh! Adults these days!
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                        • #13
                          A few years ago, I heard a woman tell her 9-year old niece the little girl looked 'sexy!' in her new outfit.

                          I LOVE adult trampiness and free love and all that. But it's out of bounds to call a 9-yo girl 'sexy'. It shows appalling poor judgment in an effort to be trendy.
                          , but trickling so far down?

                          usually this is something im just like "who cares?" but it is a bit odd its reaching such a young age group. luckily i have two boys so it isnt an issue for me, but you know your local child molestor has got to love giving out candy this year in the neighborhood.

                          what say you, especially those with little girls? do you buy costumes like this for them?
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                          • #14
                            I have a 6 year old daughter and another on the way in two months, a girl. I really thought for little kids Halloween was supposed to be about scary costumes not looking like a whore. Monsters, or cartoon characters whatever is fine. My daughters will never wear anything sexy like that for Halloween.
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                            • #15
                              It's silly to slobber over adult women who look like whores and then expect that young girls will not want to emulate them. And it's a pretty screwed up double standard to want every woman to look like a slut so long as she's not your daughter. Every woman is someone's daughter.

                              I'm sick of the stupid "slut wear" trend whether it's an adult or a kid. It'd be nice if people showed some class in public and saved the slut behavior for the bedroom. It has nothing to do with sexual repression, just a respect for the privacy and intimacy of sex, not to mention the point being brought up in this thread: that it sends a bad message to young kids who don't need to be thinking along those lines yet. It's not like if the adults are walking around looking like sluts the little kids aren't going to see it.
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