Balenciaga Apologizes For Vile Kiddie Bondage Ad Featuring Child Porn Prop

Balenciaga Apologizes For Vile Kiddie Bondage Ad Featuring Child Porn Prop

Fashion brand Balenciaga has apologized for a vile photo shoot which featured kids holding teddy bears dressed in bondage gear and a prop relating to a child porn Supreme Court case.

Critics slammed the Spanish-turned-French label after photos were released showing young girls holding plush bear bags adorned with BDSM gear.

Perhaps even more insidious was the placement of a prop showing court documents concerning Ashcroft v Free Speech Coalition, a 2002 Supreme Court case.

The case struck down a portion of the Child Pornography Prevention Act (CPPA) of 1996, ruling that “virtual” child pornography is protected speech.

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