Monday, November 3, 2014

Moms Demand Toys 'R' Us Dump Kardashian Kollection

Angry Moms demand Toys 'R' Us drop the Kardashian Kids clothing line for selling sexualised clothes for kids.

A group of angry mums have hit out at the Kardashians for their 'sexualised' Kardashian Kids clothing range - and want it removed from Babies 'R' Us altogether.
The group have accused the reality stars of sending a "damaging" message out, and Kansas mum Amie Logan has started a petition to have the clothes taken off the shelves.
"I don't want my child to grow up to be a sex tape star," she wrote.
"You pulled the Breaking Bad toys because they promoted drug use. You should pull this clothing line because it promotes bad behavior as well. The madness has to stop. If the toys are damaging so is the clothing."
The Breaking Bad toys were removed from Toys 'R' Us after parents accused the retailer of promoting drug use by selling them.
"Babies don't need to look like porn stars," she added. "Breaking Bad toys are nowhere near as damaging to a young psyche as sexualization at such a young age. These people should be ashamed."
The kollection include a leather mini skirt for zero to 24 month-year-olds, as modelled by Kim's daughter North recently.
When the tiny tot was spotted in the skirt, it sparked more online backlash as parents thought it was inappropriate for a girl of her age.
When we contacted Babies 'R' Us for comment, they said they had no plans to remove the clothing range from their shelves.
Jacked from The Mirror  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

North is so cute and they dress her like a baby thot

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