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Originally posted by spacedonk
They called me a child pornographer
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I took some photos of my kids naked on a camping trip. A drugstore employee called the police -- and my family's life became a living hell.
Originally posted by David_Reale
They should've sued that clerk to the degree he'd be forced to eat dog food for the rest of his life. And if the law doesn't allow that, the law is wrong. That clerk deserves to have the living crap beaten out of him. Or the same thing happening to himself.
Originally posted by Helmkat
America needs to get over its issues with the naked Human body. A three year old skinny dipping? A crime? no, not when commen sense is used.
A naked boy drying his underwear on a stick by a fire is a crime but dressing a little girl up like Marilyn Monroe for a beauty pageant is not a crime?
Does every parent know how all the pictures are used by all those taking pictures in those "Beauty pageants"?
Well they have clothes on and that makes it alright I guess...
Originally posted by TriggerFish
reply to post by spacedonk
The Government will prosecute you for taking nude pictures of your child, yet demand nude pictures of same child to fly on a airplane.
Originally posted by hotpinkurinalmint
reply to post by dbloch7986
The problem is that the mere suggestion that someone might be a pedophile is a scarlet letter. If I accused you of being a pedophile, it would harm your reputation even if my accusation were baseless or ridiculous. These people could potentially lose friends, business opportunities, and be social outcasts over a baseless accusation.