Retail chain Primark is being slammed in the UK for selling what customers describe as padded bras, aimed at children aged ... sells a range named "my first bra", targeting girls aged 7 to 13. "I have two young girls. I do not want them facing puberty.
Primark has been accused of sexualising young girls by selling padded, patterned bras for children who are just seven years old. The budget clothes chain's 'my first bra' range offers two pink polka dot bras for £5. But some customers were not impressed.
Party dress and padded push-up bra from Material Girl. Material Girl has also introduced a line of personal products, including body washes and mists, nail polishes and lip glosses. Lola, a high school sophomore, said she put her stamp on the scents and.
Concerned parents are blasting discount fashion chain Primark for selling “padded” bras to children. The controversial bras are branded “My First Bra” and are assumed to be targeted toward girls ages seven through 13. One woman took to Twitter to.
Sarah Champion, a member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, has called out Matalan, a popular department store in the U.K., for selling padded plunge bras that "sexualize children." On Matalan's website, the bras are advertised as "Girls Ideal First Non.
Wrong! Yesterday, as I was shopping in Target, I came across these heart-printed and striped, brightly colored padded bras in the girls section. The bras were from Target’s Xhilaration line, but some were also from Maidenform’s Self Expressions line.
Horrified that @Primark are selling padded bras to children aged between 7-13! #Toomuchtoyoung #Children #sexualisation pic.twitter.com/bWTqD999n7 — Tyler (@MissTylerB) July 20, 2017 A mother has accused Primark of sexualising young girls by selling.
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I’m not fussy about a lot of things in life, but a T-shirt bra is not one of them. Fishing for a seamless T-shirt bra did not come easily to me because I was always under the assumption that they were the padded bras. They are very similar, except they.
For the much larger bust you can find bras in the women’s section without padding. But for the young girl with a narrow torso and less than a C cup? Nada. Again I’m left with the dilemma, not “Should young teens wear padded bras,” but where in the.