posted on Sep, 18 2009 @ 08:48 PM
Originally posted by Veritas Lux Mea
Originally posted by ImaginaryReality1984
I suppos the difference here is exposure of genitals.
This is it, I think -- or to be more specific; little girls. I rarely ever hear of anyone taking boys for bath tub pictures, most of the cases I've
ever heard about are regarding little girls.
Girls have been more vulnerable since the beginning of time.. and really, if I had a daughter, I would be FAR more cautious with her too. I am already
extremely protective over my son, and that's one reason I've considered not having any more children..
Is this more of a gender thing? Have you noticed that trend too?..
[edit on 18-9-2009 by Veritas Lux Mea]
The emphasis towards females is long known. It's like how if a male teacher abuses a 14 year old girl he is demonised, but if a female teacher has
sex with a 14 year old boy then the boy is often happy about it and bragging to his friends. The slant towards females is clear. However female are
often abused more than males and so the slant can be understood.
What we are talking about however is parents. For gods sake it's parents taking pictures of their children in a bathtub with no intent of passing
these pictures on! I just don't understand. PArents have done this for years, literally years without any trouble, so why now?
I find the entire situation utterly confusing and as my brother is about to have children i wonder if i should warn him!
Originally posted by Oaktree
I don't believe this has anything to do with Christians either. If I had to take a guess:
Walmart has a policy regarding nude pictures, and some employee saw these pictures.
Being a good little employee, he/she reported it to a supervisor,
who in turn, covered his backside and reported it to his supervisor.
This supervisor, wanting to show support for his employees, followed through by reporting this to the authorities.
After that, it's all beauracracy and political correctness.
I don't like people who go on about common sense, however that is what is missing here. If i saw such photos i would just process them and pass them
on. It makes me think a few things.
1) Does the person processing them have a guilty mind?
2) Was the person processing them near a woman and decided to show his sensitive side and talk about the photos?
3. Was the person processing them simply indoctrinated and thinks any photo of a child is therefore pornography?
It's all kind of confusing.
[edit on 18-9-2009 by ImaginaryReality1984]