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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.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
reply to post by loves a conspiricy
I did, I didn't see it. The snideness is not necessary.
Originally posted by TiredofControlFreaks
reply to post by Ophiuchus 13
because clothes are best displayed on a model who has no curves. A 10 year old has no curves. Tape is used at the sides of her chest to push the fat together and give the illusion of cleavage.
Don't blame the 10 year old or her parents - they are making money for her future (which is what every good parent would do- this is her post secondary education paid for). And how is this different from child actors?
Blame a culture that refuses to accept that woman have curves. That smaller is not necessarily better. Blame anti-obesity campaigns that demonize woman who have curves. Blame fashion makers who insist on no bump or bulge to ruin the line of the clothing.
Tired of Control freaks