Her costume was supposed to be cute, but 9-year-old Noah Cyrus’s dominatrix Halloween costume didn’t get her the kind of attention she wanted.
Dressed in knee high platform laced boots, a thigh high black cocktail mini-dress, with red rouge smeared across her lips, little Noah looked more trampy than vampy. Her costume was an outfit we’d more likely see big sister Miley wear.
The tween pop sensation did a Teen Choice Awards routine with a stripper pole. Guess that wholesome Hannah Montana thing is out. Yes, these Cyrus sisters are really making a name for themselves but their style of dress hurts my achy-breaky heart! Other inappropriate Halloween costumes for girls this year include Heavenly Devil Child, Red Riding Hood costumes (super short, super flirty), and an Indian Princess teen costume (it’s fringe leather with cleavage). So little girls are dressing like prostitots and what’s worse, their parents are buying the costumes for them! I feel the same about the beauty pageants that show little children in bikinis shaking their bum and blowing kisses to judges, or shorty shorts and pants that have the word “Cutie” and “Sweet” and “Princess” written across the butt.
It’s not cute or sweet and your kid is definitely not a princess with those words written on their backside. I don’t want to blame the girls. After all, Noah’s big sis is an idol and is an older teen girl and it’s no wonder her little sister wants to dress like her. When I was Noah’s age, I watched my sister get dressed and dreamed of wearing shoulder pads, blue eye shadow and puffy bangs one day. Parents, before your child gets into their Halloween costume, take a good honest look at it. Not through a parents eyes. Not through a biased lens of “my daughter is so adorable” but through a teen boy's eyes, a perverts eyes, a pedophile’s eyes. What will THEY see and think when your child comes skipping up to their door in high heels and a leather skirt, with heavy makeup on and a big smile: Trick? or Treat?
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