I'd buy my dd's thongs if they wanted to wear them. I don't see them as sexual as much as functional.
post #21 of 84
9/10/06 at 2:15am
Originally Posted by pookel
I had to wear padded bras when I started developing, because my breasts were sore and sensitive and I needed the extra protection. I don't see anything wrong with girls of any age wearing padded bras if they're developing breasts (and just because they're sold at size 6 doesn't mean it's 6-year-olds wearing them - it could be skinny 10-year-olds).
|"It is more about hiding what you have got than showing it off. It is certainly not there to make children look like they have breasts."|
Originally Posted by kirei
At first I thought this was intended for the opposite.... to make children look like they have breasts. It sounds like the bras aren't padded in the sense that they add a cup size or anything.... more like LINED to prevent nipples from showing thought too much, etc?? I don't see any problems with that, and I can't imagine a mother of a 6-year-old would even buy one unless she actually had a need for it, in which case.... maybe its nice that its available.
|"The idea of the padding is for girls to be discreet as they develop," a spokeswoman said.|