I love when a father takes his rightful place in a family. Hallelujah! May the Lord bless LZ Granderson immensely for speaking the truth! Maybe Mr. Granderson can teach some men how to be a dad! Here is a story from CNN.com Opinion. The story highlights are as follows:
LZ Granderson: Some parents dress their young girls in provocative outfits
Retailers have encouraged this behavior by marketing inappropriate clothing
He says it’s OK to blame retailers, but it’s parents who are ultimately responsible
Children need parents who will set rules, not be their friends, he says
One thought on “Dressing Your Daughter From A Dad’s Perspective!”
I absolutely agree that it takes sensible parents and sensible people to make sure kids are not dressed provocative or over-sexualised clothes that make them more into mini-adults, not real kids. It is sad but true, retailers and clothes companies choose to be irresponsible by marketing over sexualised clothes to their younger demographic. Lastly, blaming retailers is not good enough to tackle sexualisation of children in this day and age.