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Push-up bikini Shirts, Pole dancing kits, too sexy dolls, thongs with suggestive sayings, and pregnant barbies, each one of these items are being promoted to your kids. Girls as young as 6 or 7 decades of age, just starting kindergarten, are being targeted at several businesses that are convinced that they're doing absolutely nothing wrong. But specialists say that those toys may leave a negative feeling that can cause all types of issues both psychological and physical on a young woman's life. The Peek-a-boo Pole Dancing Kit has been initially introduced in Europe by TESCO, also a neighborhood toy making company, as a toy marketed to kids as young a 4 years old. This toy came armed with a 26 meter (8 feet 6in) tall chrome pole, a "hot" dance garter, and even an educational DVD that taught children how to make the most out of the brand new toy. The toy has been explained as a way to "unleash the sex kitty inside" (TESCO). This toy was afterwards sold online in the USA from the toy section on TESCO's site for # 50 roughly $120 in American currency. Lots of people were outraged at the notion of these young women being introduced to such inappropriate behavior. Dr. Adrian Rogers a member of this Family First Group was interviewed by a reporter from the Daily Mail and commented that "It is a open invitation to turn the youngest kids onto sexual behavior." (Braithwaite, David). Following much controversy TESCO made the decision to move the product out of the toy section of the website to their physical fitness section, but they contended that the item was obviously promoted to adults despite its response to "sex kitten" in their description. Another toy that has been removed from the shelf due to its inappropriate context is the Happy Family Collection by Mattel, the makers.