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Miss Bimbo game sparks outrage

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by TeamPlayer, Mar 26, 2008.

  1. TeamPlayer

    TeamPlayer New Member Webmaster

    An online game aimed at young girls has sparked outrage among parents for encouraging children to have plastic surgery and take diet pills.

    The Miss Bimbo game is aimed at nine to 16 year-olds and gives players a virtual avatar that competes against other players to "become the most famous, beautiful, sought after bimbo across the globe".

    Players compete in beauty contests and send text messages to the site to earn currency in the game, which is then used to pay for lingerie, diet pills, breast enhancement and facelifts.

    Groups working with vulnerable children have expressed serious misgivings about the game.

    "This is as lethal as pro-anorexia websites," Dee Dawson, medical director at Rhodes Farm Clinic, which treats girls aged from eight to 18 who suffer eating disorders, told The Times.

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  2. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    Its a sick game :(
  3. Resonate

    Resonate <span style="color: white; font-weight: 700; backg Webmaster

    True, i dont know why people do crap like this there heads must be ****** up. Having a little girl my self stuff like this sends me in to a rage :2guns:
  4. xhan

    xhan <span style="color: white; font-weight: 700; backg Webmaster

    wtf - you'd think just by using the word bimbo would be an automatic way to get girls to stear clear of it! Its a derogatory term at the best of times.

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