my daughter wear g stringat the age of 9

Tammy - posted on 08/28/2014 ( 38 moms have responded )

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I got her g string panty to wear
she liked mine and wanted her own
is she to young
I think she looks quite in them

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Michelle - posted on 09/02/2014

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Prom is a high school dance where we dress up in an expensive formal dress. Some dresses are more like evening gowns. It's not of poor taste to wear any prom dress, and it's of better taste to wear them without panty lines however way you do that. I didn't do that at 9. Nine year olds today do a lot of things I didn't do. I don't completely agree with it. I'm not saying I'd let my kids wear thongs at 9 years old. My points were always the following:

1. Thong can be a practical choice of panties
2. They are just panties
3. Don't be so harsh with other parents about an OPINION.

While I wasn't trying to troll, I was looking for trolls to troll shame in a blog post. Thank you guys for providing the content I needed. This post, the person who wrote it probably was trolling in the sense of writing nonsense, but the people viciously attacking her for an opinion are the real trolls in case you didn't know.

On a side note, I was not bickering. I did not call any of you a bad mother. You did call my mom one, which was really rude and immature. Someone called the original poster one, which again is rude and immature. She is most definitely not telling you what underwear to buy your kids. I cannot believe I live in a day and age, whether it's American culture or worldwide, where people think, where people actually think, it's ok to belittle someone but it's not ok to be different. Humans are very savage. Did you know the herd mentality for animals that are nonhuman is designed to protect them because any unusual behavior from a herded animal stands out among predators. Same is true for humans. This is a prime example. You guys preyed on this woman's post because she stood out from what was norm to you. Why is it so important for you guys to blame and shame parents who disagree with you? All you simply had to say was, "I wouldn't let my kid wear a thong at that age." That's it. But it wasn't about that to most of you. It was about this woman's ability to parent. Really? We have to bully people into buying the same underwear you buy? Really?

Gena - posted on 09/02/2014

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Ok. Lets call it a day. Enough is enough. Shutting this thread!
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Dove - posted on 09/02/2014

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And I have two girls... both older than 9... no thongs in this house. Someone needs to get over themselves thinking anyone was attacking her when she wasn't even on this stinking thread when people were complaining about a 9 year old in a thong.

I bet the troll that started this is real happy it went on so long though.

Is that enough bickering to lock this nonsense? lol

Dove - posted on 09/02/2014

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Why would a child be modeling a prom dress.... don't teenagers getting close to graduation wear prom dresses? Not little kids....

Gena - posted on 09/02/2014

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****If the bickering doesnt stop,i will shut this thread!****
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Gena - posted on 09/02/2014

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I will honostly admit..i dont know what prom is. And you can correct my spelling as much as you like...if you havent realized yet,not everybody on this site lives in an english speaking country. I dont live in America. And MY PERSONAL oppinion is that a child should not wear g strings..not for a photo shoot(of any kind) or to school etc. You dont have to agree with me. Its just my point of view. I only mentioned a bad mother becuz i personaly would feel like a bad mother if i would let my child wear gstrings just because some director wanted it. I am surely not the only mother that would feel bad.

Michelle - posted on 09/02/2014

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Gena, I'm so sorry you didn't comprehend the point I was making. I mentioned I wore thong to model prom dresses to display that there is a practical reason to wear a thong. A couple comments implied my modeling was of poor taste. One person, oh wait that was you... You went so far (do you remember typing this or was that your other personality?) to say, "Well Michelle if a mother alows her 9yr old to model in gstrings i would say she is a bad mother!" First of all, it's ALLOWS. Second, I was mentioning the type of modeling I did because you were so quick to assume I modeled underwear (NOT TRUE) and that my mom is a bad mom (AGAIN NOT TRUE). I was defending myself to your comment stating that I modeled prom dresses. I did it again to raise money. It wasn't for Playboy. It wasn't porn. It wasn't an underwear company like Victoria Secret. It was for PROM. A normal, practical thing. I'm sorry your shaming of me didn't work out for you. THat's what you get when you seek to belittle others as opposed to finding the truth.

Michelle - posted on 09/02/2014

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Jodi, I think you missed my point. I simply said I wore a thong at a young age to model prom dresses. No I wasn't nine, but I do later show a link to where many 9 year olds are wearing thong. It's not uncommon like you'd like to believe.

Michelle - posted on 09/02/2014

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Do I need puppets and show tunes to explain what just happened for those who can't follow sequences of events? I simply said I wore a thong as a kid when I modeled prom dresses. They are just underwear. They are not slut pants. They are not yeast infection inducers. They are just a freaking pair of underwear.

Some people commented jumping to negative assumptions about the type of modeling I did because you are not here to have any real discussion. You are here to shame parents for not agreeing with you about your personal taste for underwear. You will find shame in between the lines if it's not obvious, so I defended myself with some truth about the subject, to remove all assumption. Now you're all arguing, "We weren't even talking about that."

I'm sorry, but I can't tell if you guys really just can't follow sequences of events and put two and two together thereby contributing to the low test scores America scores on education, or if you're just being a jerk at this point, but I assure you, if you go back and read, it's there. It makes logical sense.

Gena - posted on 09/01/2014

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I raised over 5grand in one hour auctioning art i made when i was 16. It all went to the childrens cancer club where they help familys that have a sick child. But i dont know what raising money has to do with 9yr olds and gstrings anyway.

Jodi - posted on 09/01/2014

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LOL, 9 year olds don't model prom dresses. But either way, I think you are totally missing the point. This is not about a child modelling prom dresses.

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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And for anyone worried about the slutdom of thongs... I have a friend who is an authentic slut, and she doesn't wear panties.

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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Maybe you failed to read the other comments belitting my mother for letting me model prom dresses that people didn't realize were regular prom dresses and were quick to assume it was something else, like you yourself did. That's why I wore thong as a kid. Some girls do it for ice skating. You didn't like me wearing them for any reason, no matter how practical it was.

The point I was trying to make is they are just underwear. I think what happened was you guys still associate a slutdom to thongs. A lot of classy ladies like thongs. They prefer the feel of them. They don't have yeast infections despite your studies you have not cited. Thongs are just a style of underwear like bikini, briefs... Some people might shame you just the same for whatever choice you use to get your kid.

9 year olds today are going through a lot of puberty stuff now a days, much earlier than it was when I was a kid. And it's a trend. Whether you like it or not, many 9 year olds are wearing thongs.

here's an article you might like because it agrees with you, but it proves my point. It's a trend.

http://childrensmd.org/browse-by-age-gro...

Girls at that age are trying to find themselves. Define themselves. Express themselves. And they are trying to also define how they want other people to see them. I would say most SHRINKS would say you want to give your kid a little freedom to explore whatever they want, but within reason, throughout most of their childhood. Whether they are toddlers wandering off chasing butterflies (with you right behind them) or teens with questions about birth control, you want to let your kid explore within reason for purposes of learning, healthy IQs and all that jive. With that, every parent has a right to make their own decision.

The mom here decided to get her kid some g-string, which is actually more risque than thong. That's her parenting decision. IT's no different than choosing to breastfeed or not. Some comments shame her for it. Why? What's it to you what underwear her kid is wearing? Or what underwear I wore as a kid? Nothing. Yet you are strongly opinionated on this subject, as if you are the kid butt expert, and that's not something to be proud of.

I brought up modeling to explain why I wore thongs as a kid. That's why. You said no child should be wearing them in the first place. Before I even talked that was what you brought to the table. Why? Because yeast infections. I have NEVER had a yeast infection from wearing a thong. The only yeast infection I ever really had where I needed to treat it was from douching after a rape, so I'll tell you that. Since you are so concerned about yeast infections, do not douche after a rape. Now my kid did once have a yeast rash that I had to treat with yeast infection cream. That was from a diaper, so to avoid yeast infections, no kid should wear a diaper. That was sarcasm.

I'm just saying your logic isn't working here. You are free to parent however you want to parent, but don't shame this brave person for her parenting decisions... I don't know why she dared post this here. Everyone is always looking to point the finger at someone and scream, "BAD PARENT ALERT!" Over an opinion. My guess is unhealthy self-esteem, ego stroking issues. Desire for thongs is usually a sign of a daddy issue, but fear of thong, I'm not sure.

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This website is head strong about using this account. I created an account, and then this site created a second account for me from my facebook. I deleted it. It still continues to log me into that account despite my attempts to log into my actual account. I don't normally go to this site, but I was looking for trolls shaming parents over opinions to shame in my blog post.

Ev - posted on 09/01/2014

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No one was talking about sexuality or modeling prom dresses or wedding gowns. But just because we do not agree with a child wearing thongs is our right to do so. Its too grown up for a kid anyhow and there are also the problems of health issues such as yeast infections and other things. You brought up the modeling in the first place. And as for that matter, I have two grown children and two grandkids. And believe me my daughter is not going to put her daughter into a thong at the age of 9.

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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And by all means, if you do this yourself, wear clear deodorant. Don't want to get deodorant lines on the dresses. Lead with your hip. No chewing gum, not even during practice. We also wore bustiers, and I did change in front of dudes. You only have 2 minutes to get out of one dress and into another. Not easy when the dress is a 50 pound wedding dress or the prom dress has a back full of buttons and not a zipper. This is not only a business, but an art. It's an entertainment. It's not as easy as it looks. I find it humorous so many people have an opinion on how it should be done based on their ignorant stereotype of sexuality.

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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I should also point out, after doing a couple shows, I used my experience to throw my own fashion show in high school to raise money for prom. In 2 hours I raised over 3 grand. I dare you to do that with a bake sale and car wash combined. Anyway, I wouldn't let my models wear granny panties either. Too embarrassing to be seen in front of your peers on a stage with panty lines.

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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They were regular prom dresses and wedding gowns. Some were tight. Some were not. We were modeling whatever dress the store wanted featured. They fit us correctly and appropriately for the most part. It was not a trashy smut scene like you seem to want it to be. I'm starting to wonder who has the right to gasp. You at me wearing a thong as a child? Or me at you wanting to sexualize the thong and what I did as a child?

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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Nobody took a picture of my butt by the way, and the Director was a gay man.

Ev - posted on 09/01/2014

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That is not the point. Just the thought of allowing a child to wear a thong is outlandish at best. And if you were modeling prom dresses they must have been the kind that were very well fitted to your figure for the boss to want you to not wear the underwear.

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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That means you don't know what you're talking about. I did runway modeling for Prom Dresses.

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In your opinion, you have no basis for your opinion on my life that you have not lived. Do you know what I modeled? NO. Your imagination couldn't come up with PROM DRESSES could it?

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LOL at all you crazy people. I didn't model underwear. I modeled PROM DRESSES. LMAO sorry if I knocked you off your high horse. LMAO And yes, panty lines on a prom dress looks trashy. My director was right to have us wear thongs and g-strings. That's why he got the job and you didn't.

Kelsey - posted on 09/01/2014

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She is too young. Don't let her wear whatever she wants. I'd never allow my 12 year old daughter to wear a g string until she's 16!!

Angela - posted on 09/01/2014

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I didn't know they made them for girls that young! On a practical level, I don't wear them because to be honest, I find them uncomfortable. Wondering how a kid can find them comfortable?

Kirsty - posted on 09/01/2014

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I cant even imagine the horror and rage I would feel if a director/photographer suggested my daughter wear a g-string. Panty lines? She shouldn't be wearing anything where panty lines are a problem- that, in my opinion, is just sexualising a child. And is absolutely wrong.

Gena - posted on 09/01/2014

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Well Michelle if a mother alows her 9yr old to model in gstrings i would say she is a bad mother!WHAT kind of photos are taken if there shouldnt be panty lines..that means they are taking pics of the behind. I dont think gstrings are made for 9 yr old GIRLS,and i dont see them as "just underwear"...whats next!? 4yr olds wearing gstrings because they are "just underwear"??

Michelle - posted on 09/01/2014

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Troll or not, people are horrified because they associate g-strings to sluts, and really it's just a pair of underwear. I used to wear them at a young age because I modeled and the director didn't want panty lines.

Ev - posted on 08/31/2014

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It may be sick and all, but there are studies that show wearing those things can cause a lot of health issues too. No child should be wearing them in the first place.

Jodi - posted on 08/30/2014

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You are clearly not a parent. And if you are, please do your kids a favour and find a new home for them before you totally screw them up.

Gena - posted on 08/30/2014

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I bet a freak, that comment about "I think she looks quite in them" is somehow sick.

Dove - posted on 08/29/2014

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LOL Yep, Gena... troll for sure. Want to take bets on if it's a bored child or a sick freak?

Tammy - posted on 08/29/2014

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I just ordered her some c string panty
a couple of her friends have them so she
bugged me for some

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