Does This Really Send A Bad Message To Kids

 

Many parents, and grandparents are upset with a new line of pink lunch boxes that say ‘Cheat Day’. The lunch boxes are meant for young girls and tweens.

 

One parent posted on social media:

 

“I am SICKENED that this phrase is on a lunch box. We scratch our heads when we see our little girls struggle with body image, with self worth, with confidence. We wonder, ‘Why do our girls worry so much about their bodies so young?’ … ‘Why does my five year old call herself ‘fat?’ ‘ … ‘Why does my middle schooler stand in front of the mirror and find all her flaws?’ THIS. This is part of the reason why.”

 

 

 The “Pink Cheat Day Lunch Set” is available for purchase on Nordstromrack.com where it’s details say, “Lunchtime just got ultra chic with this adorable lunch set!”

 

The lunchbox is not a product that’s listed under the kids’ section on Nordstromrack.com.

 

Slant Collections also sells lunch bags that read “Where’s the vodka?” “Just chill” and “Stay sweet” at Nordstrom Rack.

 

 

 

 

 

 

story credit: goodmorningamerica.com

photo credit: facebook.com/sonniabatta.tv

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Derrick Scott

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