Parenting bloggers across the country got their electronic knickers in a knot last week over allegations that Victoria's Secret's new line of provacative underthings are intended for tweens. Turns out the line is intended for college age ladies - or is it? The Dads, all fathers to girls, contemplate what it means to raise daughters in a terrifying new era of lingerie.
Is the new "Bright Young Things" line at Victoria's Secret really for tweens? Probably not - everyone just loves to freak out about things aimed at tweens. The Dads doubt this stuff is for college girls, though, as everyone loves to "play up a level."
So, do Todd, Matt, and D.M. want their daughters wearing sexy underwear in high school? No, no, and no... unless their wives say it's necessary for the girl's self-esteem. Even then, though, no drawers with flirty messages, like "Aloha", "Pink", or "Hey, Sailor, New In Town?" (These are all real... except for the last one.)
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