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Originally posted by Schkeptick
This doesn't surprise me at all. Media & movies in the USA are pushing images of ever-younger girls.
Recently when I watched the movie Tangled (which was pretty good) I realized that the princess has the facial proportions of a 6-year-old girl. She is proportioned very similarly to one of the very little girls in this Vogue shoot, actually.
Then there's the recent news about what a significant portion of prime-time sex-type scenes are featuring underage girls.
We're being conditioned as a culture to find pre-pubescent girls the most attractive. Why is that? What used to be seen as a well-proportioned, voluptuous and sexy woman is now seen as overweight. The most desirable women in the world look a lot like 14-year-old boys.
What is driving all this?