Popular Australian brand Cotton On sparks debate after selling sex toys

Popular Australian brand Cotton On sparks debate after selling sex toys
Popular Australian brand Cotton On sparks debate after selling sex toys
Clothing chain Cotton On causes a sensation by selling SEX TOYS... but not everyone's happy about the racy products The popular clothing brand is selling the sex toys via a hidden section online The move has created fierce debate as young children and teens shop at store Others praised the brand for 'destigmatising' the use of sexual products

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Popular Australian clothing store Cotton On has started selling sex toys - but the move hasn't left everyone satisfied.

While the chain has been on sale since the start of the year, the brand's recent post on social media picturing some of the products surprised - and divided - many of its shoppers. 

Some praised the brand for promoting self-love and destigmatising sex toys, but others labelled the decision 'ridiculous', saying their young daughters frequently shop at the stores.

'Really does Cotton On need to sell these. My 14-year-old shops from you online, maybe not any more after seeing these,' one mother wrote.

Cotton On has started selling sex toys on their website, with the move sparking controversy

Cotton On has started selling sex toys on their website, with the move sparking controversy 

'A shop that sells kids clothes shouldn't sell this stuff,' another said.

'My 10 year old daughter loves shopping at cotton on! Seriously ridiculous!'

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