Hey, Ain't These 'Single Ladies' A Bi...

Hey, Ain't These 'Single Ladies' A Bit Young?

There are 52 comments on the Cbs3.com story from May 14, 2010, titled Hey, Ain't These 'Single Ladies' A Bit Young?. In it, Cbs3.com reports that:

Share + Comments May 14, 2010 1:02 pm US/Eastern LOS ANGELES 1 of 1 The video of "Single Ladies" causing a ruckus at the moment features a bunch of girls...little girls...like seven or eight years old...in midriff tops.

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Joseph

Bronx, NY

#1 May 14, 2010
That was a great video

“Mess with me.”

Since: Dec 09

I like it.

#2 May 14, 2010
That video was disgusting. Those girls are 8 years old, bumping, grinding, waggling their hips, thrusting, making way too sexual moves for their age. The costumes were way to skimpy and innapropriate. Their parents are putting them in danger. If I was a pedophile, you couldn't have wiped the grin off my face. I can't believe how the parents see only innocence in that dance. Why can't they do something more age appropriate? The song was even too old for them. At 8, they're not thinking of being engaged. But now they're thinking about being sexy, because they got a lot of attention for that dance. What did that teach them, really?

Since: Apr 09

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#3 May 15, 2010
The video was deleted for copyright reasons. But I believe this is the same thing:

“Coffee should come..with an IV”

Since: Jun 08

Royal Tunbridge Wells

#4 May 15, 2010
missing_goldfish wrote:
That video was disgusting. Those girls are 8 years old, bumping, grinding, waggling their hips, thrusting, making way too sexual moves for their age. The costumes were way to skimpy and innapropriate. Their parents are putting them in danger. If I was a pedophile, you couldn't have wiped the grin off my face. I can't believe how the parents see only innocence in that dance. Why can't they do something more age appropriate? The song was even too old for them. At 8, they're not thinking of being engaged. But now they're thinking about being sexy, because they got a lot of attention for that dance. What did that teach them, really?
Agree 100%!!!
I even take issue with ADULT women doing some of these moves...whatever happened to keeping certain things in the bedroom? there is no art in this whatsoever, its just scr*wing on stage, and to let little girls do it, put all thise mums in a line for me to slap everyone of them, knock some sense into their empty heads...when my daughter was 7 she danced, but it was tap ballet and jazz, not crudely simulating sex on stage..i dont find it appealing even watching the women doing it, dancers years ago had talent and class, anyone can do a bump grind...but children...excuse me whilst I go throw up.....
none

London, KY

#5 May 15, 2010
I watched this video and i was taken back by the number of men standing at the stage photographing this, i thought this was a pedophiles dream, no wonder we hear about so many yongs girls being killed, or raped. it makes me wonder whats next for them, pole dancing?

“Oh smartness, where art thou?”

Since: Nov 07

Dey tuk er jerbs!

#6 May 15, 2010
missing_goldfish wrote:
That video was disgusting. Those girls are 8 years old, bumping, grinding, waggling their hips, thrusting, making way too sexual moves for their age. The costumes were way to skimpy and innapropriate. Their parents are putting them in danger. If I was a pedophile, you couldn't have wiped the grin off my face. I can't believe how the parents see only innocence in that dance. Why can't they do something more age appropriate? The song was even too old for them. At 8, they're not thinking of being engaged. But now they're thinking about being sexy, because they got a lot of attention for that dance. What did that teach them, really?
It says in the video that they all of them are above 8 so hey! i guess it's allright then!

Since: Jan 10

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#7 May 15, 2010
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Wesilewsky

Culver City, CA

#8 May 15, 2010
Now, is it the little girls being naughty,or a bunch of dirty minded adults getting all upset about this because of their own nasty thoughts.?
All of their parents are sitting right there and none of those 'men standing around' seem to have suspicious bulges in their pants, so maybe this is being blown way out of proportion?

“behind curtain #1”

Since: Jul 08

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#9 May 15, 2010
Pretty soon,babies will start gyrating in the mothers womb.
The Monkey

Hampton, VA

#10 May 15, 2010
Don't like it, so I din't watch it.
Pretty simple.
Pogue

Haleyville, AL

#11 May 15, 2010
Wesilewsky wrote:
Now, is it the little girls being naughty,or a bunch of dirty minded adults getting all upset about this because of their own nasty thoughts.?
All of their parents are sitting right there and none of those 'men standing around' seem to have suspicious bulges in their pants, so maybe this is being blown way out of proportion?
I totally disagree that it's been blown way out of proportion. Girls are being tarted up younger and younger. Just take a look at the Halloween costumes from the past few years. Little boy costumes have them completely covered, while many girl costumes show as much skin as possible...and the girls in the ads are usually wearing full make-up. I'm not talking clown make-up. We're talking lipstick, mascara, eyeliner. It's disgusting. I saw a training bra just the other day that had molded cups and an underwire. This serves to make the child's breast look bigger, no other reason. And it wasn't for a plus sized child who might need the extra support. My training bras were tiny with little bows in the center. Seriously, this bra looked like someting from Victoria's Secret. Oh, and don't get me started on the beauty pagents where 6 year old girls look like tiny hookers!!

“Oh smartness, where art thou?”

Since: Nov 07

Dey tuk er jerbs!

#12 May 15, 2010
The Monkey wrote:
Don't like it, so I din't watch it.
Pretty simple.
Yeah me neither! i don't like child pornography either! so i don't watch it!
Haveuseenurdaugh terlately

United States

#13 May 15, 2010
Start them out early treating them as sexual objects...the next thing you know they are begging for a bellybutton ring at 13, which you will give in and sign for, a tattoo at 14, which you'll go in and get with her to be cool....Then you wonder why she is pregnant at 16, with her future all tied up with some 35 year old tattooed, unemployable, nose-ringed pervert that she swears she cannot live without...you reap what you sow. You plant seeds like this when she is 8 years old...well..........

“I call 'em as I see 'em!”

Since: Nov 08

& I don't suffer fools gladly

#14 May 15, 2010
Pogue wrote:
<quoted text>I totally disagree that it's been blown way out of proportion. Girls are being tarted up younger and younger. Just take a look at the Halloween costumes from the past few years. Little boy costumes have them completely covered, while many girl costumes show as much skin as possible...and the girls in the ads are usually wearing full make-up. I'm not talking clown make-up. We're talking lipstick, mascara, eyeliner. It's disgusting. I saw a training bra just the other day that had molded cups and an underwire. This serves to make the child's breast look bigger, no other reason. And it wasn't for a plus sized child who might need the extra support. My training bras were tiny with little bows in the center. Seriously, this bra looked like someting from Victoria's Secret. Oh, and don't get me started on the beauty pagents where 6 year old girls look like tiny hookers!!
They start them even younger: apart from the "most beautiful baby" contests, they have pageants for 2-year olds, in suggestive costumes, with large amounts of grown-up make-up and even wigs, doing "sexy" routines. Five and six-year olds even use false teeth when they have lost a baby tooth or two!

Why this can't be outlawed is a mystery to me. There have been several documentaries about this on TV - it makes you sick! Those mothers (and it's 99% the mothers, fathers are rarely in the picture) have a lot to answer for. Thousands of dollars are spent on outfits, coaching, etc.(most of those parents don't appear to be affluent, where does the money come from? Are they going into debt for a pipe dream of living through their children?) All these little girls learn is that looks and sex are the most important things in life. Never mind learning anything (the older ones no doubt miss school to prepare for and attend those contests). The program also showed some of them being devastated if they didn't win - a frigging toddler beauty contest, for Pete's sake! That's how much pressure these "mothers" (and I use the term loosely) put on the little ones who shold be playing in the sand box. Is this any way to spend a childhood?

But for the organizers, this is good business, apparently.
Winkerton

Culver City, CA

#16 May 16, 2010
Haveuseenurdaughterlately wrote:
Start them out early treating them as sexual objects...the next thing you know they are begging for a bellybutton ring at 13, which you will give in and sign for, a tattoo at 14, which you'll go in and get with her to be cool....Then you wonder why she is pregnant at 16, with her future all tied up with some 35 year old tattooed, unemployable, nose-ringed pervert that she swears she cannot live without...you reap what you sow. You plant seeds like this when she is 8 years old...well..........
The problem is a lazy worthless parent who will 'give in and sign for' a belly ring, a tattoo, and not charging the dirty 35 year old with statutory rape. She won't even have to testify. The problem in this country with kids is LAZY PARENTS WHO WANT TO BE FRIENDS WITH THEIR KIDS, NOT PARENTS.
Winkerton

Culver City, CA

#17 May 16, 2010
BC in Chicago wrote:
<quoted text>
They start them even younger: apart from the "most beautiful baby" contests, they have pageants for 2-year olds, in suggestive costumes, with large amounts of grown-up make-up and even wigs, doing "sexy" routines. Five and six-year olds even use false teeth when they have lost a baby tooth or two!
Why this can't be outlawed is a mystery to me. There have been several documentaries about this on TV - it makes you sick! Those mothers (and it's 99% the mothers, fathers are rarely in the picture) have a lot to answer for. Thousands of dollars are spent on outfits, coaching, etc.(most of those parents don't appear to be affluent, where does the money come from? Are they going into debt for a pipe dream of living through their children?) All these little girls learn is that looks and sex are the most important things in life. Never mind learning anything (the older ones no doubt miss school to prepare for and attend those contests). The program also showed some of them being devastated if they didn't win - a frigging toddler beauty contest, for Pete's sake! That's how much pressure these "mothers" (and I use the term loosely) put on the little ones who shold be playing in the sand box. Is this any way to spend a childhood?
But for the organizers, this is good business, apparently.
KIDS dont' vote or pay taxes. If they did, those little hooker pageants would be history. The only time people care about 'kids' is when they're running for office, or trying to kill their husbands in divorce court .

“I call 'em as I see 'em!”

Since: Nov 08

& I don't suffer fools gladly

#18 May 16, 2010
Just two examples of how disgusting the whole thing is (if this doesn't make you want to cry, I wonder about you):

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North Andover Dan

North Andover, MA

#19 May 16, 2010
That frightening.

“I call 'em as I see 'em!”

Since: Nov 08

& I don't suffer fools gladly

#20 May 16, 2010
Apparently, some of the pedophiles on this board don't agree with my opinion (hence the nasty icons).

“Mess with me.”

Since: Dec 09

I like it.

#21 May 16, 2010
Wesilewsky wrote:
Now, is it the little girls being naughty,or a bunch of dirty minded adults getting all upset about this because of their own nasty thoughts.?
All of their parents are sitting right there and none of those 'men standing around' seem to have suspicious bulges in their pants, so maybe this is being blown way out of proportion?
No, it's not blown out of proportion. It's not normal behavior for young girls. This sexuality has been taught to them. They would not do that without seeing the attention it gets or if it wasn't taught as a "dance move". You don't hear this uproar over ballet.

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