Top retailers have all announced they will no longer sell the brand of their childrens underwear
Top retailers including Topshop, Marks and Spencer, ASOS and Tesco have all decided not to sell the company’s childrens brand, Thalhimers, after its parent company announced plans to sell it.
The company said it had received more than 200 enquiries from parents wanting to sell their children’s Thalimers underwear.
It said it was also considering whether to pull the brand from stores, including the UK and US.
Thalimiers is best known for its “thick, sexy” adult thongs.
Underwear companies including Nike, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Victoria’s Secret and others have all said they would not sell the Thalimmers brand.
In response, Thali has vowed to “fight for every child’s right to be free of child sexual exploitation”.
The campaign also highlighted the “outrageous” nature of child sex abuse, which includes the use of thongs in the “exploitation of vulnerable young women”.
Thalimmiers founder Samuelson said: “It’s a sad day for me and for all children’s underwear companies.”
We have been a part of the industry for 20 years and it’s time to say enough is enough.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said she was “deeply disappointed” by the announcement.””
The company has been very proactive in tackling child sexual abuse, and we are determined to continue to support our workers, customers and partners,” it said in a statement.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said she was “deeply disappointed” by the announcement.
“Australians need to know that we are working hard to ensure that Thali Thals child-friendly underwear is available to everyone,” she said.
“The decision by retailers is a huge blow to child protection and childrens welfare.”
Australia has been a major source of child prostitution and child sexual trafficking since a child sex tourism crackdown in 2014.
Earlier this year, police arrested a British man in Sydney for allegedly grooming boys as young as 11 online.
Police said he was allegedly the founder of the website, Wonderland.
Child sex tourism is one of the biggest concerns in Australia.
Read more:Thalimaness is owned by the Thali Group, which also owns the Australian clothing company, J.
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