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    So great your friend likes it! Fwiw, All I see is a cute t.shirt!

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    I think it's a cute little top and love the print. I'd let all 4 of my daughters wear it.

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    I wouldn't choose it, but I also don't think it's any more sexualised than a super hero costume with muscles (or the suggestion of muscles) is. Yes, it suggests an adult body, but so do lots of kids pretend/dress up things...doesn't necessarily make it sexual.

    I think all that matters is that your friend likes it Everyone has different tastes.

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    I think it's cute as!

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    Nope, don't like it at all.

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    I wouldn't put it on our girls . Sorry op

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    I agree, I wouldn't put it on a girl.

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    I don't see it as sexualised, just a little Mermaid themed top...

    You're very talented OP!

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    Default Would you put this on your daughter?

    I don't have daughters but I don't like it. Sorry OP. I'm not sure what it's meant to be?

    If its to cover 'breasts' then I think it's a bit odd on a child.

    Not my personal taste.

    If it were me, I'd probably have just put one shell in the middle an the right way up, just for something cute.

    Ps. I don't think it's necessarily 'sexualised', I am just not keen on the design, sorry.

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    I wouldn't allow my daughters to wear that.

    Only because I wouldn't want anyone looking at my daughters and picturing breasts.


 
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