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A teenage actress and pop star rises to dizzying fame spurred by a Disney TV show and a seemingly untarnished, virginal, old-fashioned good-girl image, only to find herself mired in a sex scandal. It's not the Britney Spears story, or Christina Aguilera's, though both fit the story line. It's not even Hillary Duff's story. As part of a photo shoot for Vanity Fair magazine, the year-old Cyrus - known also for her "Hannah Montana" persona - was photographed, presumably topless, looking over one shoulder while covering her chest with a cream-colored bed sheet. The photos and an accompanying interview are slated for an upcoming issue of the magazine, but have already touched off a debate about whether the images add to the already troubling trend of sexualizing teen girls.
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Skip to this video now. Play Video. Some believe marketing campaigns aimed at children are to blame for new trend. Jenny Erikson disagrees with critics who suggest shopping at lingerie store is inappropriate. All rights reserved. Critics say shoes sexualize young girls and expose them to the typical perils of high heels. Read Full Story.
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For years, her parents said they later found out, the older man had been flattering the teen. He was a trusted family friend who had been like part of the family since she was He told her how awesome it was that she was still a virgin, how stupid the boys her age were for not trying to get in her pants, how he would be trying to all the time if he were in high school.
Retailers came under increased pressure today to take sexualised clothing for young girls off their shelves, after it emerged that shoes for eight-year-olds with three-inch heels were being sold on the high street. A survey by the Guardian found an array of items available in major chains, from a T-shirt for a three-year-old bearing the slogan "Future WAG" to a top for a toddler with a pink bikini appliqued on the front. Justine Roberts, of the parenting website Mumsnet, called for the shoes to be withdrawn from sale, describing them as horrific. Mumsnet recently launched its Let Girls Be Girls campaign, calling on retailers to sign up to a pledge not to sell products that sexualise children. Roberts also objected to a pair of glittery silver shoes with a 1.
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