Child Grooming Isn’t Happening AND You’re a Hateful Bigot If You Notice It

Child Grooming Isn’t Happening AND You’re a Hateful Bigot If You Notice It

Child Grooming Isn’t Happening AND You’re a Hateful Bigot If You Notice It

One of the few upsides of social media is that us normies have gotten hip to what the bedlamites are up to and can call them on it. And when someone at fancy-pants Balenciaga decided to greenlight a child porn ad campaign, they probably thought we wouldn’t notice.

They were wrong.

High-fashion brand Balenciaga is facing backlash for an ad campaign that features photos of child models holding teddy bears dressed in bondage gear; the brand also used an image of a Supreme Court opinion in a child pornography case as a prop promoting a handbag. (snip)

Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America, a conservative women’s rights group, called the images “exploitive propaganda.”

“This is not about them being provocative and getting attention,” Nance said in an interview with Fox News Digital. “The entire campaign sexualizes children, period. It is child exploitation, period. And it feeds and normalizes a culture that is dark and depraved.”

What’s more, there’s at least one more easter egg in this creepy advertisement. Take a gander at this detail of the sunglasses.

detail balenciaga child ad
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Notice the man’s face in the white-frame glasses. This adult male gazing at a child in a sexualized setting is not an accident. Serious photographers – especially professionals – pay particular attention to any and all reflective surfaces so nothing weird or distracting appears. This was either posed at the shoot or added later at post-production.

So far, Balenciaga has refused to comment about these photos and how the whole creative process that produced them even came about.

Let’s face it, this is just more of the Leftwing push to blur the lines between adults and children. Whether it is school policies to hide information from parents about all manner of sexual behavior to redefining “family friendly” to include explicit sexual content, the Left is grooming children and targeting the Western concept of family for destruction.

And when the normies notice, all hell breaks loose. As Victory Girls Toni just wrote, any pushback from us normies, even to child mutilation and sterilization is “stochastic terrorism”. And threats against individuals like @LibsOfTikTok for doing little more than reposting the Left’s own videos are not just rampant but revealing.

They run the culture, not you, so sit down and shut up.

Hello? Normies have a message for bedlamites. NO

In a victory for free speech, a federal judge has ruled that the censorship and banning of some parents by the Forsyth County Board of Education in Georgia was unconstitutional, and must cease immediately.

This is a follow-up of a previous blacklist story from back in August, when those parents sued the board because it would not permit them to speak at board meetings during public comment about the pornography the board was allowing in schools.

We are here for our children and we aren’t going away.

UPDATE: Balenciaga issues a statement —

Uh oh … looks like the suits on Mahagony Row are going to throw the ad agency under the bus. Assuming it wasn’t an in-house production. Yet any product from even an outside agency is not run without someone of authority in the company signing off on it.

Time to bring out the popcorn!

UPDATE II: Welcome, Instapundit readers!

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  • Kevin says:

    “The Left is grooming children and targeting the Western concept of family for destruction.”

    Let me give you some advice, having taken hundreds/thousands of child abuse reports for the State of Oregon. It’s rare, uncommon, or unusual that child molestation involves a lot of grooming via a stranger. The abuser is usually someone the child or family knows; not a liberal, conservative, independent or non-affiliated person. I’m guessing from your photo you’re a grandmother/great grandmother. My word of advice is, “Keep your eyes on the people that have unmonitored contact with your grand/great grandchildren.” Grooming involves a lot of personal contact between the abuser and the abused.

    If you keep an eye out for the “libtards” trying to groom your female (usually females) grandchildren, you’ll leave them open to being molested by their priest, pastor, scout leader, brother, father, uncle, their friends parents, the sports coach and the list goes on.

    I would never trust anyone to be alone with a child say under 10 or 12 … ever. Always attend the doctor’s office appointment, Sunday school class, scout meeting and other places where an adult could potentially have private contact with a child; even the child’s male relatives outside of father/brother … and there’s even a danger in doing that. Like I said, children who are abused know their abuser.

    • Darleen Click says:

      Kevin, your personal experience isn’t the whole story. While much of child abuse – like assault and murder – happens between individuals that know each other, there is a whole world of child sex exploitation that takes place outside that realm.

      I know after processing tons of reports in my 18 years in a DA office. There’s all manner of trafficking and exploiting run-aways and throw-aways. There’s a whole underground culture in hardcore kiddie-pr0n. The criminal consumers aren’t known to the kids. And we are seeing this mainstreamed with little boys turned into drag queens, dancing for adult men who throw money at them … and so-called educators encouraging and promoting this behavior. Parents who read from sexually explicit queer books found in school libraries at school board meetings are shut down and dismissed as “stochastic terrorists”. This is classic grooming … telling/showing kids there is nothing *wrong* with sex between an adult and a minor – it’s “natural” and “true to your feelings”.

      You want to help slow down/shut down the sexual exploitation of children, then you CANNOT allow it to flourish in the town square. Normalizing it leaves kids even MORE vulnerable.

    • ZeldaC says:

      Your advice is not wrong, but you’re completely missing the point. This kind of thing is grooming on a macro level and is a two-pronged attack on children. The first prong of the attack is in normalizing this behavior so that children’s defenses are lowered. This is grooming. Abusive priests and uncles love campaigns like this. They show these kinds of things to their victims to make it seems as if their abuse is normal. It only makes it easier for them, especially when they have real children to point to. You probably know this from your work.

      The second prong in the attack is the affirmation of the abusers themselves. There are no other people to which this campaign will appeal. Affirming the proclivities and fetishes of child abusers exacerbates the problem at the micro level, which is the one you’re talking about. Child abusers don’t need to be affirmed. Their fetishes should not become fashion trends. They should not be catered to in any way, even ironically. I’m sure you agree.

      So yes. Keep your eye on priests, teachers, scout leaders, and drag queen storytime. But also be aware of that which sustains their abusive affinities. Keeping children safe from these monsters requires a more sophisticated understanding of the way they think and the networks that help them.

    • GWB says:

      a lot of grooming via a stranger
      Yeah, it’s almost always someone the family knows. You know, like a TEACHER.

      you’ll leave them open to being molested by
      You’re missing the whole point.
      My church is not in the business of grooming children.
      My medical services do not have as an object grooming children.
      Even my scouting organization is not in existence for the purpose of grooming children.*
      But the Progressive religion absolutely requires the grooming of children. A central pillar of progressivism is hedonism, and that (in its ultimate realization) requires that children be sexually active and accessible and that they have no hang-ups about sex.
      There are molesters everywhere (though not “everywhere” in the sense of around every corner), but only one belief system says it’s a good thing to make children sexual creatures. THAT is what Darleen is looking at here.

      BTW, I will absolutely support your advice to not let strangers (or folks like teachers) alone with your children. Not just to protect against direct molestation, but to prevent the grooming of their minds and feelings to become sexual creatures at too young of an age. And, if you are a leader in any sort of organization that deals with kids, institute a two-person rule for all non-group interactions with juveniles.)

      (* Though, wherever the progressive religion pushes its way in, it perverts at least part of the organization. And then grooming becomes acceptable to some degree.)

    • Paul says:

      You’re describing a different issue, but a dangerous and too often perpetrated one.

      The libs and attempting to change the culture through institutional pressures to affect a greater level of acceptance of tge same crime you desribe.

  • Paladin says:

    Every time I think I’ve seen it all…

  • Romey says:

    So called ‘Pride’ days, weeks, months, and/or events are nothing less than conserted efforts to groom young people and reinforce those already involved in deviant lifestyles. Libraries, many State and Local Governments, Labor Unions, Woke Corporations, religious organizations,fraternal groups are a partial list of ‘Pride’ sponsors/enablers used. The alphabet lobby are in for the long, long haul. They are both patient an impatient at the same time.

  • Loren says:

    I struggle to see a man’s face in the white sunglasses. However, the black sunglasses seem to have the reflection of an AR-style rifle. Or is it just me?

  • Cameron says:

    Hopefully the ad agency has documentation that shows what the client was asking. Not because I care about them but because things will get really interesting.

  • GWB says:

    This is not about them being provocative and getting attention,
    I’m going to disagree. It is all about looking edgy, because edgy is hip, and hip sells to a demographic with a lot of excess cash.

    The entire campaign sexualizes children, period. It is child exploitation, period.
    Having said the above does not negate the truth of this.

    Notice the man’s face in the white-frame glasses.
    While I won’t say it’s an accident, that sunglasses reflection is way too poor to make out what it might be (to me). I’ll have to take your word for it on that one.

    They run the culture, not you, so sit down and shut up.
    Well, they do. We handed it over to them because we thought the old norms were too fuddy-duddy and took away some of our fun so we pitched the old fence and danced in the fields under the moon.
    Progressivism is hedonism. And there’s good reason hedonism is a vice under the old moral code.

    (BTW, this stuff is mild compared to some of the teen “fashion” that has been out there in the last 20 years. Still perverted, but it certainly isn’t new.)

  • Martin L. Shoemaker says:

    So they’re apologizing for and withdrawing the campaign, but not the bondage bears!

  • NTSOG says:

    From what I have read today the Balenciaga company is blaming the photographer but he is stating that he had no say about what and who was to be captured for later advertising. Regardless the advertising is being withdrawn.

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