Do Plus-Size Children's Clothing Lines Cause Self-Esteem Issues?
Fergie 2012/09/05 19:00:00
Sears, Gap, Old Navy and The Children's Place all offer plus-size children's clothing, for ages ranging from 3 to 10. Critics are not completely comfortable with the term "plus-size" because they're afraid it has negative connotations that will affect young kids' self-esteem. Some claim that children often need larger-sized clothing because they went through a growth spurt, not because they are overweight. What do you think? Can the term "plus-size" be damaging for children's self-esteem?
Adults are finally getting comfortable with the term "plus-size", but is it okay for larger kids lines to be called the same?
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