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Exclamation Balenciaga pulls Christmas campaign featuring children and ‘bondage’ teddy bears

French luxury brand Balenciaga apologized for its advertising campaign that
showed two young children posing with bears wearing BDSM-style harnesses
and featured court documents that mentioned “virtual child porn.”

The advertisements, which promoted Balenciaga’s Spring/Summer 2023
collection, have been removed from the company’s website and wiped from
social media.

On Fox News, Tucker Carlson said he thought the ad was part of a larger
trend of “adults crossing the line…into deep involvement with the sexuality of
children,” adding a hateful comment about trans children. In a tweet, Ben
Shapiro tied the ads to the presence of BDSM gear at Pride parades.

Exodus Cry, a Christian advocacy group that opposes sex work and
pornography, said in a statement sent to BuzzFeed News that Balenciaga’s
apology was a “collective win for everyone who called out the billion dollar
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