clothing

Fashion Nova accused of sexualizing kids with new clothing line: ‘Children should be allowed to be children’

The popular fast-fashion retailer Fashion Nova recently launched a kids clothing line, and some parents are not happy about it.

Nova Kids launched in late September, and the company describes it as “trendy fits for the stylish kid.” But several critics have taken to social media to say the clothing line is inappropriate for children.

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“Can we talk about @fashionnova new clothing line for little girls? #saveourchildren,” tweeted Georgia-based U.S. House candidate Angela Stanton-King a day after the line’s launch.

“Children should be allowed to be children & have their innocence protected,” fellow Texas House candidate Jenny Garcia Sharon concurred.

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Other Twitter users have hurled strongly worded accusations that the clothing line sexualizes children, particularly young girls, since Fashion Nova has yet to expand into

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women

‘Abused women aren’t allowed to be angry’

Samantha Morton starred in I Am Kirsty last year
Samantha Morton starred in I Am Kirsty last year

Oscar-nominated British actress Samantha Morton has said she is “fuming” about how society treats abused women, like her late mother.

The star reflected on her difficult childhood, in and out of care homes, and her relationships with her parents for BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.

She said she “wouldn’t be who I am today” without her mum Pamela, whom she was unable to live with as a child.

“But I am fuming at how society behaves around mental health issues for women.”

She added: “My mum had a very, very traumatic childhood. And it’s fascinating now as a mother and as a woman growing up to go ‘wow’.”

‘Things weren’t talked about’

She described her mother, whom she said was abused as a child, as “kind, subservient. vulnerable, funny” and “beautiful”, but noted how nobody else had a good word

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Samantha Morton: ‘Abused women aren’t allowed to be angry’

Samantha Morton starred in I Am Kirsty last yearImage copyright
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Samantha Morton starred in I Am Kirsty last year

Oscar-nominated British actress Samantha Morton has said she is “fuming” about how society treats abused women, like her late mother.

The star reflected on her difficult childhood, in and out of care homes, and her relationships with her parents for BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.

She said she “wouldn’t be who I am today” without her mum Pamela, whom she was unable to live with as a child.

“But I am fuming at how society behaves around mental health issues for women.”

She added: “My mum had a very, very traumatic childhood. And it’s fascinating now as a mother and as a woman growing up to go ‘wow’.”

‘Things weren’t talked about’

She described her mother, whom she said was abused as a child, as “kind, subservient. vulnerable, funny” and “beautiful”, but noted

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