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Originally posted by Maxmars
reply to post by Wyn Hawks
Now I'm off to fix that post... (I have to wonder how many other times I have sped by a key part of a phrase I was composing.... scary thought... )
Originally posted by RevelationGeneration
Another sign of degradation of society. The people doing this need to be held accountable.
If they think they've gotten away with this then there truly mistaken.
God see's all things.
Originally posted by sith9157
This is not a knock at you OP, but the only people that see them dressed as anything but little girls in costumes, is a pedophile.
Originally posted by chrissiel123
While in theory eerything you say is true, I have to say you have a narrow view of the situation. You are looking at this purely from the perspective of the parent of these children, or even the children themselves. You seem fine to say "Ah, how bad could it mess them up anyway? Other parents do worse."
What the real issue, at the heart of this thread, is:
What is this doing to society as a whole??
You may not think you care what one parent does with their children, but believe me things like this can have a way of impacting everyone in society.
If not you, maybe your children or grandchildren will have the pleasure of living in a society where it is fine for innocent little girls to be sexualized,
a world where pedophilea is harder to stem because we blatantly broadcast on the LEARNING channel young babes in low cuts, and high cuts, high heels and more make-up than a tramp would wear.
It isnt just about THESE kids and their brain dead parents, it is about what this says about our society as a whole, what this says about the direction we are headed, and what this says about MSM and their agenda.
Yes, beuaty pageants happen - do these little girls really need to be broadcast to millions of people?
There is also a legal aspect here. I am concerned to see these children on tv. They are not old enough to give their consent, and the images can come back to haunt them later in life.
Think of the humiliation of being a grown woman dogged by old videos of yourself having tantrums as a toddler, fighting with your mother, crying and sobbing, dressing like a slut?
These kids should not be televised at all.
There should be a cut off age where the law says sorry, your child is not old enough to be at your mercy when it comes to their public life. But i guess that will never happen.
I think anyone with any moral decency should turn off this stupid channel and refuse to turn it on until the show gets yanked off the air.
Originally posted by caladonea
reply to post by Sevensight
You have had a really strong reaction to this topic...so have I.
We are both entitled to our individual opinions. So...we can agree to disagree. Take care.
Originally posted by jessemole
reply to post by Sevensight
SevenSight.. are you a parent?
I only ask because it's seems to me that those that see the parent wishes in this mere realilty. for their child, happens to be their lost in life. With hopes of creating that moment not for them.. the child, but for you....
There is a time to reflect...
Regrets are tough enough within your own life, if you had a chance to make them.. but to, why empose those past loses onto a another if you could change it for the better.
She really did not have a choice..
Pretty Women is'nt a excuse to put her out there...
However, at this rate, we could expect a new series of "Who is the youngest Male Stud"
What are you passing forward?
If you can't be true to yourself.. how do you expect the same from your child?
Originally posted by yourignoranceisbliss
These types of shows (are there really more of these) are pretty disturbing.
I understand there are women and their daughters, whatever ages, that love to dress up and role-play or whatever, but I think they are underestimating just how sick some men (and rarely some women) can be.
When I see these kinds of events going on, my brain screams "pedo alert!". Do these mothers really not see the potential harm in placing their kids in this type of environment?
It's all very creepy, to be honest.