Single 7-year-olds

storm_ina_C_cup

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#2
I watched about 10 seconds of it and had to stop it. It makes me sick to my stomach seeing little girls dress up so provocatively, even if it is a dance costume.
 

Jeanie

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#3
jesus jackhammer christ, what the hell is the matter with people?


and people judge me for having pictures of my daughter in my facebook photo albums. :rolleyes:
 
#4
I saw this on Good Morning America, they were interviewing a couple of the parents who were defending their daughters dance moves and costumes.

I can't imagine why any dance instructor would find it necessary to teach little girls to dance the way they did, in the costumes they wore, and to that song.

7 and 8 year olds, it's not suitable for their age at all.
 

EllyDicious

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#5
I, just like you, find this type of dancing for a 7 year old girl....shameful.

It's really exaggerated ....especially a few moves that are about belly-shaking just like Beyonce / RIhanna do in their music videos.

It clearly shows how little girls, instead of dealing with stuff of their age.., are attracted to these type of songs/dance. Parents are faulty for this.

Also, I didnt like the way they were dressed. Little whores. They are just 7 years old.

Ignorant parents.
 

Millz

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#8
I've seen this first hand down at Busch Stadium in St Louis. There is a ticket program for "Poms" and these dance programs come and perform at the ballpark.

I've seen a lot of girls who are way too young wear some clothes that are just off the wall.

Its happening in more then one place. Creepy.
 

Puck

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#9
This is really sad, to be honest.
That it's come to this...that kids that age only know what they're shown on TV or hear in music. That the appropiate way to dance is to shake your booty around or whatever. The way to dress is to show off as much skin as possible.
It's wrong and I just can't comprehend how parents can justify that kind of behaviour.

I don't know about any of the other girls here, but growing up my mum always taught me to dress and act the way I'd want to be treated and that if I was showing alot of clevage, I would get the "wrong" kind of attention...I suppose that lesson's alittle too "square" for parents to teach their kids these days.
 
#10
It's really exaggerated ....especially a few moves that are about belly-shaking just like Beyonce / RIhanna do in their music videos.
Just throwing this out there: Those kids have never actually seen Beyonce's video for that song. They got the chipmunks version.

It doesn't sit right with me at all, though. Especially the outfits. They are very talented at dancing but I find this routine disturbing and cringey.