Wednesday, March 09, 2005

I Didn't Know Whether to Laugh or Throw things

The Dawn Patrol has a story about the "No guilt" line of intimate apparel from Play Safe Intimates. Aside from the upside-down cross in the logo being an indicator of the spiritual position of the creator is her attitude toward her preteen daughters. Children have become the most vulnerable segment of society. The worst part is that those who would exploit them are aided and abetted by parents like this.

""I have no personal attitude toward right or wrong fashion," Martineau said. "I'm just trying to present both sides of the story. There is a lack on the part of the media to present the full story."

As a response, she came up with the idea as a way for teens to be discreet, yet strong in their statements of practicing safe sex."
This is not about "right or wrong fashion". It is about right and wrong period and the idea of a parent encouraging sex by MINOR CHILDREN!
I think Dawn hits the nail on the head when she says, "... the condom in the thong isn't just necessary for "safety." It's necessary because if you don't have a condom ready, you might—gasp!—not have sex. Accidental abstinence! Perish the thought!"

cross-posted at Lanternwaste

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