The media and Hollyweird make me sick. Young girls heed this warning. If you follow in the footsteps of bimbos you will follow them into the grave.
Not nearly as harming as this image.
Right. It's the irresponsible newsentertentainment media which is responsible for this. They want girls to be promiscuous. They want marriage to go away (except for their most vocal constituency)
You mean those parents with the breast implants, wearing shirts with "Baby Doll" on the front and pants with "Juicy" on the butt? They ARE helping to shape the sexual self-image of their children.
Where does he think the money is coming from, anyway?
but its starting to get better. i got excited this weekend, as my wife and i were at old navy and we actually found a whole line of MODEST bathing suits. full t-shirt style top with full cut bathing suit bottoms.
Oh really? I thought females embracing their sexuality was all part of their "empowerment" and freedom from the "Evil Phallo-Centric Patriarchy."
And all the pro-homo stuff messes with their heads as well. Oh but no one will admit that while tolerating perversity in every public way, we are corrupting the minds of our own children. So spread that guilt net much wider.
Forgive me if this was posted but searching on here turned nothing up.
Thank you for posting it, whether or not it had been posted already. (First time I have seen it, but I don't have the time to monitor FR 24/7.) Actually, I wish this was posted at least once a day. Parents really need to stand up and do something about this epidemic.
Hollywood is about promoting access of kids to adults, whether straight or queer access, makes no difference to the deviants in the marketing department of Hollywood.
Oh course. But.... what are the ages for girls in contratual marriages going on in Islamic countries.
I think I just saw a repor of a 4 year old being given over!!!
Will the MSM argue that the "images" do hurt but the actual practice of fourcing adolescents into marriage with old men does not hurt?
Thought I'd post this link.
Follow up article, in the SF Chronicle, no less:
Message and the Media
Our girls deserve better
One of the most disturbing scenes in the film "Little Miss Sunshine" was the beauty pageant, where little girls made up to look sexy strutted down the runway with swaying hips and pouting expressions. The protagonist, 7-year-old Olive, was painfully out of place, with her round belly and awkward moves, because she looked and acted like a little girl -- despite her grandfather's racy choreography. Movie viewers, like Olive's family, were disturbed by the way the pageant sexualized young girls, and we were happy to leave it behind and head back home.
In the real world, however, the sexualization of girls isn't confined to beauty pageants. Signs of it are everywhere: On a t-shirt for a 6-year-old girl that proclaims her a "Little Hottie;" on dolls that sport fishnet stockings, bare midriffs and platform shoes; and in a music video that shows busty women performing sexy dances while dressed in Brownie uniforms.
These examples of products and media images that sexualize girls and girlhood are part of a widespread phenomenon that has led to concern on the part of parents and child advocacy organizations. In response to these concerns, the American Psychological Association has formed a committee to evaluate and summarize all available research pertaining to the sexualization of girls. The research results, released last week, are sobering.
(excerpt. more at http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2007/02/26/EDGC7N72QC1.DTL )