Sunday, January 01, 2012

Let kids be kids

I never liked the show Toddlers & Tiaras. Most of the moms clearly want to live through their daughters...their very young daughters. It's sad and even a bit disturbing. As if young girls don't have enough pressure to look perfect all the time.


Here's a short clip from the show, where a mom forces her 5 year old daughter to have her eye brows waxed! Ouch!!



If you thought that video was disturbing, this one below is absolutely disgusting! A mom injects her 8-year old daughter with botox for a beauty pageant:


Whatever happened to letting kids be just kids?

11 comments:

  1. I hve seen the show a couple of times in the past...so I know the moms can b a bit extreme...but botox! wow...i feel srry for those kids

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  2. OMG....

    I REFUSE to watch that show. I think it's degrading and wrong. Kids should not have to go through that at all. It should be illegal for the parents to be so obsessive and controlling

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  3. This sucks big time. Just let kids crawl in the mud and climb trees the way they love it.

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  4. the botox is disgusting... some women are messed :\ they're so young they don't even need all that

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  5. Sick, just sick. It's enough what we deal with as adults with the media bombarding us with images of what we "should" look like and act like. I used to play in the dirt as a kid & so does every other normal kid. Let them play & go get ur head examined lady - that's what I would say to her. I don't watch that show, it's just creepy to see like 4 yr olds with sooo much makeup as if they were 30. *shudders*

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  6. I agree with you. Kids should be like kids, not like adults. Their beauty lies in their innocence.

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  7. That's getting me down:/

    ~Orianne~

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