Furious Mom Says Sexual Product Was Purposely Marketed Toward Her 12-Year-Old

Furious Mom Says Sexual Product Was Purposely Marketed Toward Her 12-Year-Old

A horrified Mom was shocked to see her 12-year-old daughter receive a Christmas gift emblazoned with instructions for an inexplicable sexual act.

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The mom of three, Lesley Hughes, said the pink, glittery body wash specifically marketed the product as the perfect gift for a young girl. Not only is the product pink and sparkly, it’s also called ‘Snow Fairy,” the kind of product a 12-year-old would like.

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If the product wasn’t meant to purposely use sex as a marketing tactic for young girls, then it was a ghastly oversight. The label on the back specified use for the product in a way that left Hughes’s jaw on the floor.

The directions read, “if you really don’t know how, then we suggest you find someone you really like and invite them into the shower with you to demonstrate.”

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A spokesperson defended the product saying, “while we take our products and their ingredients seriously, we try not to take ourselves too seriously and like to have humor at the heart of everything we do.”

“Our humor is very traditionally British,” the release continued. “Sometimes in the style of seaside postcards and Christmas pantomime, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, often self-deprecating.”

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