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Abercrombie & Fitch promoting homosexuality, exhibitionism in Singapore

Abercrombie & Fitch promoting homosexuality, exhibitionism in Singapore

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Liberal agitators have had their way in our country for too long. Now’s the time to take it back, argues this letter writer.

Dear Editor,

I am writing in to express my outrage at Abercrombie & Fitch’s latest shenanigans. As if putting a gigantic ad of a naked man in the middle of Orchard Road is not obscene enough, now they want to hire male models as “shirtless greeters” in their new outlet that’s soon to open here!

What has our beloved country sunk into? Read the full story

Abercrombie & Fitch sold push-up bikinis to young girls

Abercrombie & Fitch sold push-up bikinis to young girls

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No stranger to controversy, this American semi-luxury retailer has received plenty of complaints for its racy ads.

By Terence Lee

Which crackpot fashion retailer would sell pushup bikinis to seven-year-old girls, knowing that they don’t have boobs? Well, Abercrombie & Fitch did.

In March this year, the label started including “Ashley” bikinis, which were described as ‘padded’ and ‘push-up,’ on their kid’s website. Plenty of complaining from scandalized adults ensued. Since then, they modified the description, simply calling it a padded ‘stripped triangle’. Read the full story

Good Riddance

Good Riddance

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The ad in Orchard Road depicting a shirtless man tugging at his jeans is a moral outrage and was rightly condemned by the authorities.

Dear New Nation editor,

I was flabbergasted when I was strolling down Orchard Road with my husband and two children. The Singapore I knew of was gone. Bangladeshi workers now flood the streets, and I dislike the way they look at my daughter. New shopping malls are popping up all over the place, making me almost a stranger in my own land. But I can still tolerate that.

What I cannot stand is how liberal and loose Singapore has become. I read in the news some time back about how two men dressed up in full-body suits to scare shoppers in Causeway Point. It was so tight fitting that you can make out their bits through the fabric. Like a Durex PR stunt gone wrong.

And now, we have a huge, obscene ad of a naked man tugging at his jeans. To be honest, I was ashamed when I saw it. These irresponsible advertising agencies don’t understand how hard it is to raise children in this day and age. Read the full story