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    Mummy's little Lolita: The 11-year-old girl whose beauty treatments cost £300 a month to make her look like Barbie

    By Jenny Johnston
    Last updated at 4:51 PM on 05th July 2008

    She wore her first set of false eyelashes at eight, and her beauty treatments cost £300 a month. A sick abuse of an 11-year-old? 'No', insists Sasha's mother, 'I just want her to be famous...'
    At 11, Sasha Bennington is too young to remember the days when Jordan was just a country and being branded 'fake' was something to be ashamed of.



    But maybe the youngster's biggest tragedy is that her mother, Jayne, 31, is in no hurry to paint a picture of how it used to be.

    All about the look: Sasha Bennington is just 11 but her mother loves the way she looks

    Jayne is talking breezily about how Sasha had her first set of false nails glued on at eight, and now enjoys the sort of rigorous beauty regime - hair extensions, fake tans, pedicures - that was once the preserve of porn stars and Dolly Parton, not school children from Burnley in Lancashire.

    Still, times have changed. 'All the kids are at it now,' insists Jayne. 'We spend about £300 a month on beauty treatments for her.

    'Sasha's friends are the same. All girls their age are. Of course they are! Why else would you be able to buy make-up for pre-teens at Boots?

    'Perhaps it's different in country areas, where they don't need to grow up so fast. But, around big cities, girls have got to be more forward and act older than they are. That's just the way it is.

    'I don't understand why people get so upset about it. None of it is permanent. Tans wash off. Hair extensions come out. Why all the fuss?'
    Well, words kind of fail here. :mad:

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    What's really sick is that it's the mother behind all this. (And how much you want to bet she's a single mom?) I think it's a further extension of the "Playboy chic" that's been been taking over. Used to be that Playboy was for dirty old men (and dirty young men) and the feminists hated it. Now the feminists love Playboy and the dirty old men are thrilled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxmchue View Post
    (And how much you want to bet she's a single mom?)
    Surprisingly not.

    "Jayne and her husband, Martin, spent £26,000 on Sasha's presents, which included a swimming pool"
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    Quote Originally Posted by biccat View Post
    Surprisingly not.

    "Jayne and her husband, Martin, spent £26,000 on Sasha's presents, which included a swimming pool"
    Is Martin by chance the Chancellor of the Exchequer ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxmchue View Post
    What's really sick is that it's the mother behind all this.
    As in Jon Benet Ramsey's case, as well.
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    That's disgusting. My niece has been allowed to wear make up since she was 6. It infuriates me. I remember being grounded for wearing eye shadow to the 8th grade dance and forgetting to take it off before I came home.:eek:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxmchue View Post
    What's really sick is that it's the mother behind all this. (And how much you want to bet she's a single mom?) I think it's a further extension of the "Playboy chic" that's been been taking over. Used to be that Playboy was for dirty old men (and dirty young men) and the feminists hated it. Now the feminists love Playboy and the dirty old men are thrilled.
    Some feminists still hate it. And a lot of us, feminist and not, are appalled at the hypersexualization of children, especially at the hands of their loony parents. The parents in this story are creating bait for child molesters and pedophiles.
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    When some loony snatches her up, the mother is not going to see how anything she did had anything to do with it. When you dress your child like a porn actress she's bound to attract the porn and pedophile aficionados.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    When some loony snatches her up, the mother is not going to see how anything she did had anything to do with it. When you dress your child like a porn actress she's bound to attract the porn and pedophile aficionados.
    I know. That is the really truly sick part. She is a beautiful child. I can not believe a parent would want her to look like she does.

    Last week while I was getting a pedicure I saw a girl not much older than she was get a manicure, a pedicure, and an eyebrow wax. I was appalled by it. The manicure and pedicure I could deal with, assuming it was a birthday present or something fun like that (and she had some kind of neon blue, little girl fun colors put on). But the eyebrows? Sheesh people...let your little girls be little girls.
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