Thylane Loubry Blondeau, a 10-year-old model after posing as a sexy couture model for French Vogue has now reignited the debate over the sexualization of young girls.

The photos of the Parisian preteen, whose lanky body and 'sexy-model' pout looks extremely similar to an adult magazine cover.


What do you think? is 10 too young for these poses?
 
 
Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC), and Fisher-Price have jointly recalled the Fisher-Price Little People® Builders' Load'n Go Wagon (model number P8977) due to risk of laceration from the underside of the truck's plastic yellow handle.

NB: the model with a green handle is not affected by this recall.


There have been seven reports of incidents, five of which involved children receiving stitches.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled wagons away from children and contact Fisher-Price for instructions on how to obtain a free replacement handle.

Call Fisher-Price's toll free number 1-800-432-5437 to speak to a Consumer Relations agent or visit their website.

Approximately 2,800 of the trucks were distributed to retail stores across Canada, and 208,000 in the United States between June 2009 to July 2011.

 
 
THE STROLLERS' BRAKES CAN FAIL, POSING A RISK OF INJURY

The recalled single strollers have metal frames and were sold between August 2010 and June 2011. The explorer strollers were sold in a variety of colors specifically: red, black, apple/black, navy and all apple. The hammerhead strollers were only sold in black. The phil&teds logo is located on the crotch piece of the harness on both models. The strollers have the text "phil&teds model EX explorer" or "phil&teds model HH hammerhead", printed on a sticker on the rear axle bar.
AFFECTED STROLLERS HAVE SERIAL NUMBERS:

FROM 0610/0001 TO 0111/4788
(JUNE 2010, UNIT #1, TO JANUARY 2011, UNIT #4788)

This information can be found on a sticker appended to the inside of the left hand hinge (when viewing the stroller from behind). The number will look like this: MMYY/UNIT

CONSUMERS SHOULD STOP USING AFFECTED EXPLORER AND HAMMERHEAD STROLLERS IMMEDIATELY AND CONTACT PHIL&TEDS TO RECEIVE A FREE BRAKE ASSEMBLY:

  1. calling 855 652-9019
  2. visiting www.philandteds.com/support
This Recall is being conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

 
 
Product NameBattat B. FunKeys Toy / Parents Magazine Electronic Keys 

Joint Recall with Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC) and the Maison Joseph Battat Ltee

Full Product DescriptionThis recall involves a keychain toy containing three keys, a mini flashlight, playing electronic sounds and a belt clip which is intended for children ages 6 months and up. This recall only involves two batches with the codes: 010810 or 063010. These codes are etched on the back of the product.

The metal toy keys and the plastic key ring can break, posing a choking hazard. 

The US CPSC has received 31 incidents of either key breakage or key ring. 

Health Canada has not received any reports of incidents or injuries to Canadians related to the use of these FunKeys toys.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled FunKeys toys away from children. Consumers may contact Maison Joseph Battat Ltd. to receive a pre-paid mailer to return the toy and to receive a free replacement product. 

For more information, consumers may contact Maison Joseph Battat Ltd. at 1-800-61-7899 between 9AM and 4:30PM ET Monday through Friday or visit the firm's Web site

Consumers may view the release by the US CPSC on the Commission's website.

Number SoldApproximately 3,600 units of the recalled FunKeys toys were sold across Canada. 

Approximately 1,075,600 units of the recalled FunKeys toys were sold In the United States.

Time Period SoldThe recalled FunKeys toys were sold from 2006 to April 2011. 

Manufactured in China.

CompaniesManufacturer 
Maison Joseph Battat Ltee. of Montréal, Quebec