"Oh Mommy, look at this! Isn't she cute! And she's got her own... pole? What for?" What in the hell are these people thinking when they market pole-dancing dolls to children? Gizmodo got the picture, but no information on the manufacturer.
It's not the first pole-dancing toy we've seen (and it won't be the last). Continue reading for more toy pole dancers.
Tesco had the Peekaboo Pole Dancing Kit marketed for children in 2006, but dropped it from their online store after parents protested.
Marks and Spencer ran into the same situation with their USB Pole Dancer, which was available for a very short time in 2006. It was pulled because of complaints, even though it wasn't marketed to children. One lucky customer posted a video of their dancer in action.
Like anything else, if you look hard enough, you will find a place to buy what you want. I found this one on eBay. A bet you can find one at your local truck stop, too.
If you really want a toy pole dancer, you can always make one out of Lego bricks.
Or something else, if you don't have the Legos.