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By Tim Winter, CNSNews, Dec. 1, 2022 

It was only a matter of time before another corporation was caught sexualizing children for profit. After public outcry, fashion label Balenciaga recently axed its ad campaign that showed small children holding teddy bears dressed in bondage gear.

The company issued an apology and is even suing the production company and set designer. But it begs the question: how did this campaign get approved in the first place?

We may never know the answer, but Balenciaga’s highly disturbing ad campaign is only the latest of many examples we have seen over the last few years of corporations normalizing, enabling, and profiting from the sexualization of children in their products and content. …

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