What do little girls learn when they are dressed like sex objects

I like LZ Grandersen's plead: Parents, don't dress your girls like tramps.  His column starts:

I saw someone at the airport the other day who really caught my eye.

Her beautiful, long blond hair was braided back a la Bo Derek in the movie "10" (or for the younger set, Christina Aguilera during her "Xtina" phase). Her lips were pink and shiny from the gloss, and her earrings dangled playfully from her lobes.

You can tell she had been vacationing somewhere warm, because you could see her deep tan around her midriff thanks to the halter top and the tight sweatpants that rested just a little low on her waist. The icing on the cake? The word "Juicy" was written on her backside.

Yeah, that 8-year-old girl was something to see alright. ... I hope her parents are proud. Their daughter was the sexiest girl in the terminal, and she's not even in middle school yet.

He goes on to ask parents not to buy clothese that turn their daughters into sex objects.

And I agree.  The lesons little girls learn when they are given push-up bras at seven are not good lessons.  It is hard enough for a young woman in our society have have a healthy sense of who she is really.  Parents should not be tell their daughters at ages six and eight that all that really matters is who sexually attractive they are to men.

Hat tip: Tiffany via Facebook.