I have no problem with the sale of sexy lingerie. It’s, well, sexy.
But it’s a bit jarring to see a product on Amazon called Girls Spider Web Sexy Tights Hosiery Leg Wear from a risque lingerie company called PrettySinful next to the picture of the little girl, above.
One Amazon customer reviewer sums it up nicely:
Are you crazy?
Should ANY product featuring an 11-12 year old girl be named “Sexy”? I think this product is inappropriate.
Another reviewer sums it up, not-so-nicely:
Perfect gift for all the slaves you could go visit in Thailand
You guys know about that right? The international and domestic childhood sexual slavery rings? That’s your target demographic, right? Or, do you guys promote a ‘look but don’t touch’ attitude?
Also, I wish I could punch you.
~Dennis J. McAneny
Maybe PrettySinful should stick to products for grownups. Or, at the very least, consider renaming their products for girls.
In the meantime, what action, if any, should Amazon take?