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The Balenciaga store in Manchester, England, has seen protests over its advert campaign where the fashion brand was accused of sexualising children.
Valiant News reported in November that Balenciaga created a new campaign featuring images of children holding stuffed animals in bondage and “virtual child pornography” documents.
In one photo, a young red-headed girl can be observed standing on a bed while holding a teddy bear donning fishnets and leather straps on its wrists and ankles. In a separate photo, another little girl can be seen holding a purple stuffed animal wearing BDSM-style leather straps.
A copy of a Supreme Court case which that ruled child pornography isn’t protected free speech, page 11 from Williams v. Supreme Court (2008), was also included in Balenciaga’s ad campaign. In a separate photo, a handbag can be seen on a table with a mix of various papers. Fragments of text from the child porn Supreme Court ruling can be observed towards the bottom of the bag. These kids deserve the best. Why not denounce Balenciaga? Pretty soon they won’t be able to pay you. pic.twitter.com/O6IGjou26O On Saturday, the National Distributist Party, a socially traditionalist and economically centrist party, protested outside the Balenciaga store contained […]
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