In the United States, the United Nations’ Children’s Fund has published a video depicting girls wearing skimpy dresses and roller skating naked in public.
It was filmed in Washington, DC and aired on US television channels.
The clip was widely shared online and drew comparisons with a similar video produced in Canada.
In that video, two teenage girls are seen skidding on a roller coaster as they glide along the track.
The video was taken by an unidentified volunteer and aired by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The organization said it had received more than 1,200 reports of videos of teenage girls wearing the skimpy costumes in the United State and Canada, most of them being in the District of Columbia.
The two videos show two teenage sisters wearing skimptious costumes on a ride at Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida, in August and on a Disney World ride in Florida in September.
In the videos, one of the sisters wears a black skirt, a bikini top and stockings.
The other sister, dressed as a female character, skates in a white dress, heels and black leggings.
In both videos, the sisters look and act like the characters from the hit Disney cartoon Pocahontas.
In a statement, the charity said it was appalled by the videos.
“Our organization is appalled by these offensive videos that promote harmful stereotypes about our community, and they are completely unacceptable,” said the statement from the foundation.
In another video, a 15-year-old girl in a skimpy white dress is seen skating on a float at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, in September, just days after she appeared in a Disney film called Pocahuntas.
The young girl is seen riding on a floating platform with other young girls in skimpy skimpy outfits.
The Disney film, which was filmed on October 20, 2018, has drawn comparisons with the recent death of the teenage character Pocahutas in Disney’s animated film.
In October, the Disney-Pixar film Pocahootas, which stars Disney Princess Pocahunas, was released and became the highest grossing film of all time in North America.
The film was filmed by Disney-owned Pixar Studios in Anaheim.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said the film was not meant to be disrespectful to Pocahunts, but that it was a way to show a positive side to the Disney brand.
The Associated Press reported that the charity’s president, Michael Cate, had called Disney for comment about the videos on Wednesday.