Dress Your Daughter As a Whore Day!

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It’s almost Halloween and you know what that means… Time to dress your young daughter up as the dirty little whore you know she is! Aren’t you excited!?

It’s an awfully big and overwhelming decision with so many slutty costumes to choose from, so I thought I would help narrow your choices down. I’m a giver like that.

It turns out, no matter what your daughter’s interests are, there’s a trampy costume to fit the bill.

Is she into classic fairy tales? Maybe she’ll get it on with the Big Bad Wolf on her way to grandma’s house this year…

or, perhaps ditch her old sheep stuffed animal in search of a hot farmer!

Will she take from the bad (ugh, parents suck!) and give to the good (hello, liquors stores!) as a Robin Hood/Leprechaun/Hooker?

Does she love cuddly animals? A pussy cat is the perfect bet, of course.
Or, perhaps science is more her thing? In that case, tell her to ditch that crusty old microscope and go the prostitute-lady-bug route instead! A much more lucrative career choice.

If she’s a history buff, she can always go as the least clothed Egyptian mummy ever…

Even if she’s still a pre-schooler at heart, never fear. Turns out even Seasame Street can be spiced up!

Who knew?

See? It’s never too early to look like a cheap whore!

Happy Halloween!

{All costumes can be found in the kids/tween sections of costumeexpress.com and costumekingdom.com}

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    tracy@sellabitmum says

    Holy hell I need that leopard cape for myself!! I can wear it with nothing under it, right? Just trying to set the right example for my daughters. xo

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    Jennifer Rustgi says

    Ughhh. As a mother of a 2-year-old girl, I was shocked and (yes) saddened to realize how awful some of the girls’ costumes are. Looks like we’ll be making our own!

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      Grackle says

      That just means you’re going to have to spend a lot of time teaching them that women aren’t objects created for the sake of men’s sexual enjoyment. Parents with daughters have to deal with one side of the coin, parents with sons have to deal with the other.

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        Tommy says

        Grackle, Could you be anymore unrealistic? Kind of hard to teach boys as you describe when the example being set for boys by girls is the opposite. Trying to make the trophy slut phenomenon a male problem is ridiculous. The young girl with no clue/ ignorant excuse is lame at best, and protecting them with shrouds of disinformation is a disservice to everyone. Expecting the world to change instead of responsibly shaping the mindset of the young girl is the wrong answer. The promotion of the idea that girls can carry on with no regard for others is complete nonsense. Girls should not be allowed to live with total disregard because they have just as much a part to play as anyone else. The hostile ideological protectors of girls don’t even give girls enough credit. Teaching girls that no matter what they do that they aren’t held accountable for their actions, and that nothing is ever their fault is really saying that they aren’t taken very seriously at all, and that sexual objectification is only part of the true injustice against them. What should be realized by everyone is that girls are living beings that are quite capable of learning, knowing and doing. Behavior apologists who are in denial of this usually end up casting the blame, making excuses, or justifying every action of the poor defenseless girl, which is called special treatment not equality.

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    Roxanne says

    I have daughters. I hate this trend. Thankfully one is a quirky one who wants to dress like a deranged prisoner. The others are not leaning toward slutty but will want to buy a costume and there are very few choices that are not slutted up. And since my kids are tall and older, they have to wear adult sized costumes. Soooo….. One way to deal with it may be to get one for myself and threaten to volunteer at their school as Naughty Nurse or something. That may send them home looking for homemade scarecrow outfits. If you are over 18 and going to Halloween parties, by all means, slut up if that’s your preference, but designers please provide some options for kids 13-18 and others who don’t want to slut up.

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    heidi crowley says

    I don’t think the sesame street ones are slutty since when does a skirt that hits at the knee make you a slut? They’re stupid looking for sure, but not slutty.

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    Yuliya says

    What an excellent time saving post! Do you have recommendations for the Pre-K set? My child attends a Waldorf school so no character costumes, but perhaps a nice skanky fairy?

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    Mamarific says

    My daughter wants to be Katy Perry for Halloween, God help me. I bought her the candy-theme dress(which is actually kind of cute) with the condition that she wear a white t-shirt underneath.

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    Mom22Tweens says

    I was so happy when my 9-year-old decided to create her own costume instead. Then I saw it: a black miniskirt she outgrew 2 years ago which barely covers her tush now, some black lacy tights that looked cute in the catalog but look like fishnet IRL, a black leather jacket, and a skimpy tank top that was supposed to be worn under a shirt! If only she’d channel her creativity, um, differently…

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        Mom22Tweens says

        She realized those lacy tights will be cold, so she agreed to wear blue leggings instead. I’ll have to convince her the tank top will be “cold” too. The skirt’s still a bit skimpy, but she’ll look like a nun compared to a lot of girls!
        She said she’s a “Dark Angel” — “They’re half good, half bad — like they rob a bank but give the money to charity.”

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      Mojito Mama says

      My daughter did the same thing last year: orange and black stripped stockings, short shorts that she pulled out of the goodwill bag, orange top, heavy makeup and orange and black pipe cleaners in a crazy hairdo. I referred to her (not in front of her) as the Slutty Pumpkin. This year I found her a vintage wedding dress that was torn and stained and she is going as a Zombie Bride – at least she will be covered.

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    Jeni Kramer says

    I believe it was Party City that had a slutty Leatherface costume this year – incontrovertible proof that Halloween has gone skank-crazy! It was in the ‘adult’ section, but I still can’t even deal with that. I have a two-year-old son, and I’m feel for all of you who have little girls. This crap has gone too far. This year, for my own costume, I just can’t decide between a sexy gerbil or slutty Ben Franklin. Hmmm…choices….

    Happy child prostitute day everyone!

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    twinsplustwo says

    So far I’ve been lucky. My girls like the long princess dresses or being vampires. One year one was Asoka from star wars. There are choices but few at the store. I’d like one for myself that wasnt lingerie or a potato sack! Decided just to wear my work scrubs!

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    tracey says

    It’s not just the girls who suffer. The boys have to SEE the girls dressed like that at early ages and grow up EXPECTING it. It’s self-perpetuating unless parents put their feet down about what is appropriate.

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    Tinne from Tantrums and Tomatoes says

    Halloween is becoming more and more of a ‘thing’ in Belgium, so this is just right on time!
    Thank you so much! I do hope they ship to Belgium…

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