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What are You Getting Your Daughter for Christmas?

December 2nd, 2006 Visited 3255 times, 1 so far today

Among the toys offered at a Tesco in Britain this year was placed the item you see to the right.  Yes, you too can purchase for your daughter the Peekaboo Pole Dancing Kit for $119.99.

It’s Pole Dancing to go!!

Peekaboo Pole Dancing is the world’s first complete pole dancing package and comes with its very own chrome plated, extendable dance pole.

Its unique design means there’s no drilling involved. The pieces simply slot together.

A spring loaded mechanism in the top section allows you to extend the pole up to a height of 8 foot 6 inches! (No screws or bolts needed).

With your own dance pole the possibilities are endless!! You can boogie on down in the living room, spice things up in the bedroom or even liven up a friend’s party!!

Also included is an instructional dance move guide to get you started and a sexy dance garter with 100 dance dollars for when you get going!!

You’ve got it so flaunt it!

Fortunately, Tesco was forced to take this off the shelves in the children’s department, but it was still around in the fitness department.  The whole “peekaboo” brand is all about sex, and is just the latest trend in focusing sex laden products at children.

Also on sale on the Tesco website is a strip poker game, “Peekaboo Poker” which is illustrated by a picture of a reclining woman in underwear.

The card game is is described as a game that “risks the risque and brings a whole lot of naughtiness to the table.

“Played with a unique pack of Peekaboo Boy and Girl playing cards, the aim of the game is to win as many Peekaboo chips as possible and turn them into outrageously naughty fun.”

The pole dance kit is the latest item to fuel allegations that major retailers increasingly sell products which “sexualise” young children such as T-shirts with suggestive messages.

In recent years Asda was forced to remove from sale pink and black lace lingerie, including a push-up bra to girls as young as nine.

Next had to remove t-shirts on sale for girls as young as six with the slogan “so many boys, so little time.”

And BHS and others came under fire for selling padded bras embellished with a “Little Miss Naughty” logo and t-shirts with a Playboy-style bunny that said “I love boys…They are stupid.”

What we’re seeing is the ongoing trend of pushing sex to children at younger ages, pretending that it is nothing, and then backing up the whole concept with the canard that “they’re doing it anyway.”  What we’re doing is robbing young girls (and boys) of their innocence and then justifying our actions based on hormones.

Contrary to popular belief, we do have choices in this world.  Humans do not have have to follow their hormones– we judge based on actions.  We can train people to do the right things.



  • ann_in_grace says on: December 3, 2006 at 9:46 am


    I am speechless. Really, this one is just too much. Where does it end?
    It reminds me of the unemplyment problems in Germany some years ago and the serious suggestion that unemplyed women should be forced to take a job in a strip club, or else be without social security money…

  • Mary says on: December 4, 2006 at 12:45 am


    Scandalous. Never would have guessed something like that would be targeting children.

    Now give me some good ideas for my daughter…

  • Colleen says on: December 4, 2006 at 9:10 am


    are you serious? woah!


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