Kim Kardashian West is no stranger to controversy. The reality star is constantly scrutinized for her body, fashion, relationships, and family. But now, people are also criticizing her parenting, specifically of her five-year-old daughter, North West. What’s the big deal?
A few days ago, the queen bee posted a cute selfie with North on her Instagram.
However, the fact that the child is wearing a bikini made many people question Kim’s parenting. According to them, she is sexualizing her daughter and making her into a target for pedophiles. One commenter wrote “you should not post pictures of your children on social media, you should protect them or at least keep them in child-appropriate clothing. Babies should not be in bikinis! It’s sick.” Apparently, letting your child wear a Bathing Suit in the summer, presumably to go swimming, is a terrible thing to do.
Online outrage culture means that a bathing suit can never just be a bathing suit. Though millions of little girls have worn bikinis in the summer for the sole purpose of swimming and enjoying the weather, the internet has decided that now it’s a problem.
Many fans defended Kim and North, saying that people were trying to make a problem out of nothing. One fan wrote “Kim is with her daughter in a safe environment. I guess her kid is the only kid to ever wear a two-piece? Let the mom parent her kids and stop shaming moms.”
The thing is, NOBODY should ever look at a five-year-old and think anything remotely sexual. The idea that a preschool-aged child needs to cover herself so that she doesn’t tempt adults is nothing short of disgusting. By voicing their “concern” for North on social media, people are blaming the victims of these sick ideas when they did nothing wrong.
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