Kids hold Teddy bears in bondage gear
If you were looking for any more proof that childhood is under attack, here it is.
The luxury shoe brand Balenciaga recently shared images from a photo shoot to advertise the company. Images included young girls holding teddy bears that had bondage gear on them.
Yup. You read that correctly. Little girls were handed plush toys with black leather collars, fishnets, chains, chokers, and straps to advertise for Balenciaga’s new products. Verified Twitter user, “Shoe” tweeted images of the website, which has since been scrubbed.
Shoe also shared an image that “poorly” hid a court document about, what looks like, “virtual child porn.” It’s too blurry to confirm but some people are speculating the document is the opinion case of “Ashcroft v Free Speech Coalition” which talks about the definition of child pornography in an online sphere.
The American Conservative commented on the situation regarding Balenciaga’s intentionality with the advertisement.
Thing is, if Balenciaga’s ad director hadn’t overegged the pudding by putting in the Ashcroft ruling, tipping us off to the fact that they know exactly what they are doing here, most of us would have just passed this on by as yet one more predictable example of the degeneration of our culture at the hands of corrupt elites, who are taking pleasure in seeing just how far they can go.
Whoever approved this ad is wildly disturbing.
Uncoincidentally, the Balenciaga brand Twitter page was deleted following Elon Musk’s takeover. Musk reaffirmed that Twitter would not allow things like “child exploitation,” and since that’s now Balenciaga’s focus, the brand left the platform. Balenciaga also deleted all of its Instagram posts.
Was this like a “no publicity is bad publicity” type scheme on the brand’s part or did it actually take and release these images thinking that they were a good idea?
The pedo bear advertisement is a sick and twisted attempt at attention-seeking but, given the left’s relentless sexualization of kids, I can’t say this is surprising.
Tierin-Rose grew up in a large Christian family on the coast of Connecticut. After high school she moved to Alabama to dance with a professional ballet company while attending Liberty University. She served as an MRC Culture intern in Spring 2021 and became staff shortly there after.
Martin comments: Allegedly the advertiser has apologised for this and withdrawn it. This is how the sickos and perverts operate. They push the limits to see what they can get away with, then they apologise and withdraw a little. Then they’ll come back with something a little more subtle, and keep going until it gets accepted. then they’ll ramp it up again. A ratchet effect.
No apology accepted. They do this with full knowledge of what they are pushing.