Monday, March 28, 2011

Abercrombie's Push-Up Bikinis for 8-Year-Olds

Did people expect a state capitalist company to care about their values? On the other hand, what's this crap about passing more laws to keep kids from wearing such things? If you don't like it, don't buy it, or go further and boycott the offender completely. This story is really making a mountain out of a molehill (or real boobs out of a flat chest).


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1 comment:

  1. (CEO of Abercrombie)

    "What is known is that Jeffries has a grown son, lives separately from his wife, and, according to Business Week, has a Herb Ritts photo of a toned male torso hanging over the fireplace in his bedroom.

    "Jeffries wouldn't discuss any of that with me, and he fidgeted nervously and grew visibly agitated when I asked about several of the many controversies and lawsuits he has weathered in his 14 years at the helm of A&F. Our first bump came when I mentioned the 2002 uproar over the company's thongs for middle-school girls, which had "Eye Candy" and "Wink Wink" printed on their fronts. "That was a bunch of bullshit," he said, sweating profusely. "People said we were cynical, that we were sexualizing little girls. But you know what? I still think those are cute underwear for little girls. And I think anybody who gets on a bandwagon about thongs for little girls is crazy. Just crazy!"

    (end quote)

    You're right though, if you don't like them don't buy from them. But people just trust these corporations like they trust the government...suckers...


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