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Originally posted by LoneGunMan
reply to post by TLomon
You dont get it? Its not about being hung up sexually, its about conditioning children to want to breast feed children when they are not ready for such a step.
Wow this is an exhausting thread.
Originally posted by gYvMessanger
I dont see why its wrong.
The media makes sex look fun and something people should do as soon as possible. That is a seperate issue.
This toy teaches girls that they should breast feed their kids rather than using solution, which they should ideally.
Originally posted by Ha`la`tha
reply to post by ravenshadow13
When they include a doll that can suffer SIDS.. then you're onto the plot.
Otherwise it's just falling short of perverseness.
You want realism but at what cost? Aren't young girls already exposed to too much sexualisation? That now there needs to be an accessory they have to wear to emulate breast feeding for their doll? gah
Tickle me Elmo must be so pleased...
Originally posted by Ziltoid_the_Omniscient
Well I only read the first few posts but I have to say..
What the hell is wrong with you people?
My daughter was breastfed and when she began playing with doll (which is a NORMAL thing for little girls to do) she simulated breast feeding them because that is the ONLY way she knew of feeding a baby. She had never seen a baby bottle before in her life. How the hell is this a pedophiles dream. I seriously think you need to look at yourself if these are the types of things that come to mind when you see a child playing make believe. .... Just WOW
Originally posted by Jewels2007
What has breastfeeding got to do with sex? Have you ever breastfed a baby? I breastfed all three of my children until they were one and I know there is absolutely nothing sexual about it. As far as I'm concerned this is no different to a child playing with a doll and pretending its her baby.
Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
I'd rather parents give their daughters dolls that would scream randomly and uncontrollably with no way to remove batteries or muffle the sound.
That would teach a more worthwhile lesson than "look how much fun babies are!!"