The Libyan radio channel, Libya FM is back online broadcasting live from their website, although I do not have much time to listen to it but it is good to know.
Here in Britain there has been a lot of complaints from many people including families about the skimpy range of clothes designed specifically for girl under 10 years old, in fact some of these clothes can be worn by girls as young as 5 years old.
I heard a discussion on the radio about how many people were disgusted to find underwear that is designed to look sexy for girls as young as 7, they even found padded Bras for girls that young! in a famous supermarket chain, I have actually seen these padded underwear and took a picture, it was really sad to see such items on display, items that can only be described as a paedophiles dream. why would an innocent little girl wear a padded underwear? this is beyond me!
Young girls are bombarded with clothes to look like miniature adults such as Britney Spears who are not an ideal model anyway, cropped T-Shirts, fishnet tights, rude slogans on clothes, they are all there and unfortunately some people do let their little daughters wear them and believe me they do look freaky but I am glad that many do not approve of these horrible fashions.
Girls are a precious gift from God, life is so short, the majority soon grow up get married and move on to another family, in that period of time that they are with us, they do not want or need to be treated as adults when they are still children, many girls that dress like adults they themselves start to think they are adults and start to loose on their childhood, what I mentioned above is one extreme but then again there is another extreme and that is wrapping up little girls in long coats and hijabs, now I do not want to offend anybody and I do understand that some parents want their daughters to wear hijab occasionally when they are young to get them used to it, I have no problem with that, what I find unacceptable is parents making their 7 or 8 year old daughters wear hijab and long coat (Abaya) every time they go out, this is becoming a common sight in London, I swear on some occasions I thought I was looking at short old women! some of these girls carry handbags and I do not meant girlie handbags, they carry an adult woman handbag! on one occasion I saw a girl that I knew since she was born, she is about 9 years old, dressed exactly as I mentioned even had the handbag, I said hello to her, she looked at me as if I was a pervert, ignored me and turned away pretending to be an adult, I told her off for being rude and I complained to her father who apologised for her behaviour but to me this little girl does not think she is a girl anymore, she think is an adult woman.
I wish parents would not resort to the 2 extremes I mentioned above, moderation is always best, let your little girls enjoy their childhood, let them enjoy sports while they can for many will not be able to do many things once they are adults, respect them God will respect you.