Former Playboy Magazine Hottie, Kendra, Encourages 4 Year Old Daughter To Join Playboy.

Former Playboy Magazine Hottie, Kendra, Encourages 4 Year Old Daughter To Join Playboy.

You all remember Kendra Wilkinson right? The hot blonde that was one of the three major playmates in the playboy mansion, before she got married and had kids… yeah that Kendra. The mother of two made a rather controversial statement when she disclosed that she’d have no problem at all with her daughter one day taking her clothes off for Playboy.

The mother of a seven-year old boy named Hank and a four-year old girl named Alijah, Kendra was asked by Entertainment Tonight whether she’d be okay with the latter posing on the cover of the men’s magazine that made her famous.

And here’s how Wilkinson replied:

“I won’t sit here and say that I would like that, but if she made a healthy decision and a healthy choice with a healthy mind to want to pose for Playboy….

“We are a free home, we are a free spirit.

“If that’s your way of wanting to express yourself and who you are, then go ahead and be exactly who you want to be.”

The reality Tv star went on to say that she’s always going to support her kids at all cost, no matter what they choose to do with their lives.

“I’m not a person to hold my kids back. If they need to get whatever they need out of it, then go. I’m here to love them and support them and guide them as best as I can, but I’m not going to put any limits to their lives.”

“And if that’s the way they’re going to be happy and express who they are, then they can do whatever they want.

Heck, Kendra doesn’t comprehend why parents EVER tell children what to do or how to act.

“Why are we putting rules on everyone? It doesn’t even make sense,” she says, wondering:

“For who? What are the rules for? For society? What the hell? To impress other people? Where do we live?”

This is one of those quotes that sounds great in theory, but is utter nonsense in practice. Why do we put rules on kids? we don’t know… for their health? Their safety? Their well-being?

Because sometimes young people don’t know what’s best for them and it’s up to a more educated and experienced person to arrive at some important life decisions.

Here is what we know.