posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 07:09 PM
reply to post by MrEuphoric1
Isnt it funny how quiet this thread is, it almost seems like it outrages so many that they by-pass the thread all together!
but the truth is, there is massive policing online and off of the repercussions of this kind of s**t, we all know what it does and causes, but very
little if any at all policing of fashion houses that push and plug this as being acceptable to society, dare i say it even in france.
primark in the UK and sweden have being heavily criticised for promoting such provocative clothing ,yet the police still dont intervene until a crime
is committed ,but surely crime prevention is better than just pen pushing the repercussions of the victim of crime.
why is there no policing of the beginning point and only the end point of crime?
the website that is advertising this sexualisation of children by means of sexy underwear isn't being brought down nor charged,arrested or sentenced
with producing paedophilic material. Nor is there any consideration for the exploitation of the child in the photo's, the parents of that child are
willingly allowing a photograper to make photo's of their child in a sexual manner and context without a care in the world, all in the name of money
and their creation of their daughters future in modelling aginst their will, exposing that child to all manner of means of corruption, extortion and
sexual exploitation or even at worst sexual blackmail, i.e rape.
as i say at the end of most of my replies " and you wonder why the world is the way it is" speak, fight, and defeat, if not then you accept and
condon this, if that is the case, i fear for my childrens future.