A teenager from Sydney has been told she is “toddling” her toddler and buying toys that are among us toys.
The 15-year-old is one of more than 50 women who have signed up to a letter-writing campaign calling for an end to the “rabbit sex toy craze” in Australia, according to the ABC.
The letter-writers say the toys are a “toys, toys, toys” situation and that the industry needs to stop pandering to young girls.
It is being delivered by a new organisation called the Campaign for Better Sex, which has more than 3,000 members.
The group says that the popularity of the toys has been exaggerated.
“I know I’ve probably been told by some parents that we are a safe and secure place for young girls, but we’re not,” group co-founder Jennifer Smith told news.com.au.
“So we want to say we’re actually a safe place for them.”
We’re not, we’re a toy.
“It’s not a toy that’s going to help them, but it’s an opportunity for them to have an experience that they didn’t have before.”
Ms Smith says the industry is “deeply flawed” and “trivialising the experience” of children.
“This is not a game.
This is not something that’s being played with,” she said.”
These are real toys that kids actually want to play with.”
If we really want to change the game, if we really really want kids to be playing with these real things, we need to look at the toys that actually work.
“Ms Mollie Renton, a mother of two, said the industry was “deep, deep, deep” and the children had “a right to be safe”.”
We all have to put our bodies in our bodies and that means putting ourselves in situations where we’re being vulnerable,” she told newscom.com .”
That’s what they’re doing, that’s what we’re doing.
“And when you’re vulnerable, you’re more vulnerable.”
Parents should not put their children in dangerous situations, she added.
“A lot of the products are designed for children and they should be safe for children, but they’re not.
They’re not toys, they’re toys that a child might use.”
The campaign’s director, Dr Michael Tindall, said it was “time to stop this rabbit sex doll craze”.
“The reality is that it’s not for babies, it’s for kids, it should be for children,” he said.
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