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Hypersexualization---Manifestation accelerating? Or am I too sensitive?

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posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:32 PM
Quick backstory before my inquiry:

Scrolling through youtube (super guilty pleasure of mine, the "pop culture conspiracy" stuff), I saw an ad that featured brief clips from a variety of Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera's adult career. I noticed that these sexual images were being displayed intermitantly with images of those two during their Mickey Mouse Club Days. At one point, it even showed Christina grinding on the floor as an adult, then her grinning as a child. I'm creeped out.

So then I remember: A few months back Beyonce released music videos that featured a couple different clips from her childhood of competitive singing; these clips were at the end of highly sexual music videos.

I feel as though there is process in place (by TPTB of your personal choosing---I am a personal subscriber to the "inflitrated secert societies" concept). I've spoken to my husband about this, but I would like to know it others see it too: It would seem to me as though they're making the women look childish so the children seem grown-up. Many adult female artists are using strange Disney themes in sexual songs---it concerns me greatly how quickly the turnaround is today. This new girl, Ariana Grande, is still on a Disney show, and very much being sexualized in the media. I DO UNDERSTAND these women are not underage---my concern is that the vast majority of their fans ARE, and every product associated with the individual artist reaches these children---girls AND boys.

SO: Am I being waaay too sensitive?? My gut feeling about the wrongness of this situation is overwhelming. However, I did have a daughter over a year ago, and I realize I could be hypersensitive to something that was just not on my radar before. I will also say that the only pop culture I expose myself to I watch from a conspiracy standpoint. I'm sure we all agree that pop culture has a sociopolitical purpose, not matter the source we ascribe to.

Thanks for the advice!

posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:48 PM
It's true and not unkown among us conspiracists. Monarch programming from early childhood, a lifepath steered towards public appearance, a hypersexual image carefully produced by a group of 'assistants' to influence the current youth. Know about the Disney conspiracies? Yep, the hypersexualisation and desensitization of our youth is sadly enough real and active...think Britney Spears, Lady GaGa, Miley Cyrus... terrible cultural pollution by tptb to create early brainwashed human drones

posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:49 PM
You can't trust 'the industry.'

posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:53 PM
The strong message being sent subliminally seems to be to associate children and sex. They are blurring the lines with the sexpot/child symbology.

The more morally degradated a society becomes, the stricter the oversight needed to control it.

What bothers me even more is parents allowing their little girls to watch the Disney girls as they grow up and become sex symbols swinging naked on a ball and chain. By then, they've idolized them for most of their life, and mom and dad try to tell them they're no good? Not gonna happen....

I went to my grand daughters' first grade class last year, and there were little girls wearing heels and nylons., and their outfits were adult-suggestive. It hurt me to look at them.

Why are parents so anxious to turn children into miniature adults? Kids always want to grow up too fast; it's supposed to be the parents job to remind them that they're still kids and as such should act like KIDS. Not 'Disney Hoors'.

You don't have to go to the deep web for child porn any more; just watch the kids as they walk into any elementary school. Eye candy for pedophiles.

posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:55 PM
It is not just "pop culture", advertisements are grooming the next
generation into tools for the power hungry elite.
A while ago there was this lottery commercial that had actors portraying
comic book super heroes, the commercial was obviously targeting kids
while being aired between 3:pm-7:pm.


posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:57 PM
a reply to: kismetpair927

If you are disturbed by the programming you see, perhaps you should implement the change you seek.

Media is at your finger tips and anyone can create the type of programs they want.

Start here....

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 12:05 AM
Nope, you are not being hypersensitive, though the fact you are a mum and have a daughter will make you see the world around you in a different light, a more protective of your children light. This goes for other things too, positioning of hot liquid filled cups, pan handles sticking out over the edge of the cooker, low cupboards containing dangerous cleaning fluids etc.

I have noticed that not only are female artists in the mainstream pop culture very sexual, from their clothes to the dance routines, but females in male artist's videos are more and more looking and acting like prostitutes. Most videos look like soft and sometimes not so soft porn. The subject of the songs themselves are often questionable, like the S&M by Rhianna, and more and more the images and lyrics are pointing to kinky /BDSM themes, homosexuality and self stimulation. One of the worst offenders, and who is followed by young girls and boys is Mylie Cyrus. Her antics on and off stage are an outrage and should come with an age censorship warning. I have also noticed the a lot of these stars and celebrities are getting their kit off for photo shoots these days, again like porn stars, and that Hollywood fashion has degenerated to the more or less naked under sheer fabric outfits.

Oh yes, I see a big pattern and plan to sexualise children from a very young age, possibly would go as far as to link it to the normalise paedophilia agenda. It is all becoming very like Huxley's Brave New World.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 12:14 AM
I personally think it is just consumerism at work.

Anything frivolous stops kids/ teens from growing up into critical thinkers. Feeling accountable,thinking deeply and shopping simply does not mix.

When I was young. So many of the girls I knew were very active in social / animal welfare. They gleamed some of their self esteem off personal / global goals. Sure they dressed up occasionally. But not all the time.

Now it seems as though everyone is waiting to be "discovered". If you know what I mean.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 12:32 AM
a reply to: nugget1

My granddaughter is 11 years old now - I still have a "hannah montana" poster on "her" room in my house - long hair, smiling - and pulling her too short skirt down as if to be more prudent.

If what "hollywood" is doing to sexualize children bothers you - you need to look at the elite harvard psychologist and what they think about pedophilia - and that "young children are sexual" and "should be encouraged" -

Look it up on the internet and see what that bunch of crap thinks about the north american man/boy love association "nambla".

There is a huge conspiracy amongst the satanist that are currently ruling the world.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 12:32 AM
a reply to: ToneDeaf

that's very interesting about promoting the lottery!

I tend to lump advertising in with pop culture; subliminal marketing in EVERY show and movie, commericials EVERYWHERE (there was an audio only one on youtube yesterday that I could never find to shut off!)

"Grooming" is the most horrifically appropriate term. Grooming for consumerism the same as for sexualization.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 12:34 AM
a reply to: thedeadtruth

The fame aspect is a great point---so many celebrities are famous for doing nothing and looking "good".

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 01:12 AM
We are not where we were in the 80s. And if you look further back you can see a pattern that continues to reproduce itself. The more we put people on display the more they will continue to display themselves. This is nothing new.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 01:18 AM
It is the adults that 'see' sexualisation of children, it is not the children.

Back in period 60s through 80s girls wore little skirts and halter tops, boys ran around just in shorts and no one cared or worried about it. You would often see knickers in the playground, just no one was concerned, they were just children.

Now they are showing too much skin. But it is adults who are screaming, not the children.

I think it is Norway where public nudity, at any age, is not a crime and is simply accepted. In Australia we have a few nude beaches where families gather without a worry in the world.

It is the culture that is wrong. Children have always wanted to imitate Adults.

So next time you see a child and think they should have more skin covered, how about you OWN your own thought processes and stop putting it on the kids and their parents.


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posted on May, 23 2014 @ 01:41 AM
a reply to: pheonix358

I really appreciate you giving me a little perspective, and a great point. The kids themselves aren't sexual.

However, the clothing aspect is really a very small piece of the puzzle; I right now the movement is more about removing the idea of children being non-sexual and it manifests in social interaction trends more than anything. I am not at all concerned about nudity, because you're totally right, being naked isn't inherently sexual.

I do however think there are SOME clothing companies who are no doubt run by members of the cabal, who's purpose IS to sexualize kids. But you are right, the sexual aspect lies in the eyes of the adults that you've trusted around or child. What i mean to discuss is mature and ADULT motivations and situations being marketed exactly towards children and youth.

For example, Katy Perry's new song is called "Birthday" and has an ultra-pop tune and the video is a candy-colored series of pranks. However, the lyrics are clearly about oral sex as a birthday threat. CLEARLY. And here you prove my point again: children DO want to imitate adults. So much so, that they will imitate things they have no understanding of; like drinking, having sex, and other things we probably all agree 6-12 year olds shouldn't be doing. Plainly spoken, they are being shown how to do things WAY too early by marketing groups run by terrible human beings.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 01:43 AM
a reply to: Happy1

There are many things the cabal is using children for that my eyes were opened to with the birth of my daughter. Thanks for the candor.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 01:44 AM
a reply to: olaru12

I can't believe I missed this, thank you very sincerely for the link. I have been seeking a creative outlet after a year or so of intense study.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 02:14 AM
I'm sorry but fussing over sexuality is ridiculous on every level. Society is in NO WAY more sexualized now than in the past ...IN FACT- thanks to extremist religious factions I.e. the Puritans, sex has been demonized. This however- sexual repression- has ALWAYS led to increased fetishism historically (Japanese is a perfect example- i.e. proliferation of "tentacle porn", incest themed game shows, etc)
This is an understandable outcome- when a person is brainwashed (usually via religion) to believe the most basic hard wired emotional/physical need is "evil" or "sinful" or "wrong"- WHICH COULD NOT BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH- it really messes people up psychologically. Ask any sexual sadist and they will tell you that this is what made them what they are.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 02:39 AM
a reply to: ltinycdancerg

I think maybe I did not put my thoughts into words properly, there seems to be some confusion. At no point did I mention sexuality being bad. In fact, I mentioned I have a kid, so you could infer that I think sexuality is normal and healthy process to be expressed in whatever manner desired, at the discretion of consenting adults. You should re-read the post, we are talking COLLECTIVE SOCIETY influencing CHILDREN, not youth, not young adults, like, little bity babies and toddlers and schoolchildren, about sex. I am talking about the process of sexualizing a child---a non-sexual being who has a right to be non-sexual until the combo of puberty and self naturally allows for sexual growth and exploration.

You're absolulutely spot-on about sexual repression leading to all SORTS of different manifestations. on both a micro- and macro-cosmic scale. It is important, however, that sexual development is naturally occurring and fairly undisturbed. I'm proposing that many (not all, of course) societies are using pop culture to TELL children how and when to beginthe sexualization process.

I feel like if you read the whole thread you might see what issues we've discussed and understand what I'm trying to express not so eloquently.

Far from "fussing over sexuality", this thread is meant to comment on how sexuality IS natural, but not being USED naturalLY.

Hope this helped.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 02:44 AM
a reply to: ltinycdancerg

To sum up what my OP actually described:
I feel pop culture is dilerberately blurring the lines between child and adult by associating highly sexual personas with images of them during pre-pubescent childhood.

I was a little offended by the "fussing over sexuality" thing, but I really think you just misunderstood the final point. Maybe my anecdote was too long to read all the way through---still learnin!)

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 03:47 AM
a reply to: kismetpair927

In the sixties there were many, many songs, that today, would have some people screaming. Many were of underage or very young girls. Once again, society had a different take on the subject.

Now, a thirty year old dating a sixteen year is cause for a lynching, back then it was either true love or it was a girl who wanted a husband with a good income. Girls looking for older men were still exceptions, but accepted exceptions.

Now every single male is a potential pervert just waiting for an opportunity and frankly, this alone is messing up society. Of course internet porn is responsible for a lot of sins but Governments can't see anything wrong, but hey, if a fourteen year old send a racy pic to her boyfriend it is classified as child porn and it is the end of the world for the young lovers.

Note that t is adults who control all of this crap. We could, at any time, separate and keep separate the www and the xxx. But we won't.

We need to look at the adults and their responses otherwise we will soon be back in the days of burning witches and covering ourselves from head to toe. We are not progressing, we are regressing. This will continue as long as sex is a dirty word.


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