In a recent interview with Gigwise, British singer Kate Nash gripes openly about the type of music that’s being hoisted upon young girls, specifically calling out the Pussycat Dolls and the message they send.
“Young kids should be taught about sex, but they shouldn’t be taught to be sexy,” Nash said.
“It’s really distasteful. They’re called Pussy. Cat. Dolls. You don’t need to say anything else really.
“It’s encouraging sexualisation and sexuality in young kids, and I think that’s a bit weird.”
If, by “encouraging sexualization and sexuality in young kids,” she means to say that they’ve made it so that “11-year-old girls walk around the mall wearing sweatpants with the words “hot stuff” or “princess” or “flirt” emblazoned on the ass,” yes, we completely agree.