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Not only are young children being exposed to drag queen performances in school, being taught about the alleged merits of being transgendered and homosexual, but now even upscale fashion houses are getting in on furthering the woke, progressive cultural agenda as it pertains to children.

According to a report in the NY Post, the fashion house, Balenciaga, which in the past had been associated with such celebrities as Kim Kardashian, is now taking heat after showing two young girls wearing Balenciaga kids’ apparel and holding stuffed animals dressed in what appears to be bondage gear in an advertisement.

The luxury fashion brand, which is known for making controversial choices, has launched an ad campaign that is meant to introduce Balenciaga’s new Objects collection, which features a range of items including lunch boxes, candles, travel pillows, dinnerware and more, according to a report on DailyDot.com.  Various items from the Objects collection are displayed in the photos of the child models.

The Post reported that in one image, a  little girl with red hair sported a Balenciaga t-shirt while holding the strap connected to a white bear, which was in a vest with a padlocked choker around its neck.

In another, a brunette child donned a blue outfit while clutching a purple plush animal, which was sporting similarly BDSM attire, the Post reported.

Online shoppers spotted the adverts and were infuriated, calling the images “frightening,” “creepy” and “wrong,” according to the Post report.

According to the DailyDot.com report, Balenciaga is being called out for this outrage by a viral TikToker who has accused the fashion house of promoting child fetish content and possibly exploiting child models with their new advertisement campaign.

Rach McQueen (@rachmcqueen1), who has nearly 10,000 followers, is known for posting celebrity and entertainment news recaps on TikTok. DailyDot.com reported that on Monday, she posted a video breaking down the Balenciaga advertisement, which she says looks “exactly” like child pornography or fetish content.

One furious Twitter user posted, “I thought people were trolling, but nope. It’s real. Maybe this is why Balenciaga left Twitter. They don’t want to be held accountable. Yes, these are children holding teddy bears dressed in bondage outfits.”

A social media watchdog group alleged that “The brand ‘Balenciaga’ just did a uh….. interesting… photoshoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about ‘virtual child porn’ normal stuff.”

“This is f’ing gross and infuriating. I try my best to avoid what seem like conspiracies here on Twitter, but they intentionally included this child porn reference in their shoot,” another chimed in, using the hashtag “burnitdown.”

DailyDot.com also reported that McQueen, the TikToker, says the photos seemed more “crazy” when she dug a little deeper. In her video, she shares a screenshot of an image on the Balenciaga website’s home page. The image is seemingly harmless, picturing a small handbag on top of a pile of papers and folders. McQueen says when she zoomed in on the documents in the photo, she noticed words and phrases like “speech coalition,” “sexual intercourse,” “pornography” and “sex.”

“Obviously, when we tie that document to these images [of the children] it becomes even more disturbing,” McQueen says, as was reported by DailyDot.com

McQueen claims that the documents seen in the photo came from Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, a court case arguing that images that don’t actually depict child pornography — but only imply it — should be legal.

Recently, Balenciaga, has been making other headlines as they announced that they would be severing their association with embattled rapper Kanye West after he spewed forth a vile anti-Semitic diatribe. The fashion house became one of the many brands to distance themselves from West as a public relations nightmare engulfed him. Joining Balenciaga was the German based Adidas Sportswear company who also ended their advertising deal with him.

“Balenciaga has no longer any relationship nor any plans for future projects related to this artist,” the brand’s parent company, Kering, previously said in a statement, the Post reported.

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