13 Jun 2011
POLE DANCING THREE YEAR OLDS???
By TOM KELLY : Mail Online :Edited by S W T Read
To the tiny students at this dance studio, the moves are totally innocent.
In fact, they are being instructed in the sleazy art of pole dancing. And their age? As young as three. Yes three!Parents pay £5 an hour for their daughters to learn pole dancing at the Little Spinners classes.
Instructor Carly Wilford insists it helps youngsters keep fit and boosts their self-esteem.
Up to eight girls attend the weekly classes at the Make Me Fabulous dance studio in Northampton.
This revelation comes a week after it emerged that a beauty parlour is offering make-overs and facials for children as young as one.
Trendy Monkeys in Brentwood, Essex, caters only for the under-13s. It offers to transform children with face masks, new hairstyles and lipgloss.
The pole dancing lessons take place in a room decorated with pink feather boas and sparkling mirrors.
They are advertised on a website which also promotes adult lessons, features pictures of lingerie-clad women and describes pole dances as ‘sexy, relaxing and invigorating’.
‘The children will innocently enjoy copying the raunchy moves they learn, but be completely unaware of the sexual messages these send out which inevitably can have dangerous results.
‘It is of course very important for children to take exercise and group activities, but why would you package it as pole dancing, something which has overt sexual connotations?
‘We need to allow children to be children. The people who started these classes and the parents who take their kids to them need to ask themselves hard questions.’
Lock up your daughters, what a joke! The parents of these children should be given help because have have no idea how to bring up children.
They are Sick! Sick!, Sick!
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