No place for Playboy

I’m not sure who noticed that the new Sears Wish Book has a two-page spread on selling children’s items with the Playboy Bunny Logo on it. I find this offensive. Not because Sears is selling items with the logo on it but to whom they are targeting as their audience. Children! Playboy may be soft porn, but either way you look at it, it is porn and they are promoting it to children.

I’m not sure who noticed that the new Sears Wish Book has a two-page spread on selling children’s items with the Playboy Bunny Logo on it. I find this offensive. Not because Sears is selling items with the logo on it but to whom they are targeting as their audience. Children!

Playboy may be soft porn, but either way you look at it, it is porn and they are promoting it to children.

Just because children are not in tune to what the bunny means, in time they will find out.

I don’t know about you, but porn of any sort is something children should not be exposed to in that manner or any manner!

I would like to know what Sears people were thinking when they decided to place the Playboy logo in the children’s section?

Heres a wish for your book, Sears: I wish you really have thought this one out because I do believe you will have repercussions from your shoppers who agree what your selling to children is highly inappropriate.

Angie Garcia

Red Deer

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