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2011-08-05 12:09:13 AM
robotgeek.co.uk

/2 pedophile threads this week, awesome.
 
2011-08-05 12:09:34 AM
Sooo... does the media approve of people trying to fark kids, or not?

They're really giving out mixed messages.

I mean, everything you see is "ZOMG PEDOPHILES ARE EVERYWHERE WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!1! SEE OUR REPORT ON HOW TO KEEP TEH CHILDREN SAFE!", then they air a commercial for Toddlers and Tiaras and show a 10 year old looking like a 50 year old hooker on the cover of Vogue.

I wish they would make up their mind.
 
2011-08-05 12:24:51 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Sooo... does the media approve of people trying to fark kids, or not?

They're really giving out mixed messages.


Calling the Daily Mail "media" is being generous. "Bottom feeding, crap shoveling fishwrap" is probably more appropriate. They're like News of the World minus the phone hacking.
 
2011-08-05 12:40:20 AM

FirstNationalBastard: I wish they would make up their mind.


They don't care about solving a problem, just what sells.
 
2011-08-05 12:43:00 AM
fusillade762: "Bottom feeding, crap shoveling fishwrap" is probably more appropriate

That is insulting and unfair.

The bottom feeding, crap shoveling fishwrap community is highly offended by your comparison.
 
2011-08-05 12:47:17 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.
 
2011-08-05 12:52:00 AM
And?

She's being groomed to be a model. Her career's already starting. And I see more provocative outfits on kids all the time on the street.


Back in the day, you get a whole room full of kids naked, give them some fruit to hold, spend the whole day with them, and it was called ART.

www.topofart.com


I mean, that's just farked up by today's standards. But somehow society got this far.
 
2011-08-05 01:01:20 AM

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x363]

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.


Pull that stick outta your ass. Not only is nothing wrong with it, culturally it's pretty damn tame for what used to be common place children's photographic poses.


upload.wikimedia.org


Or did you forget naked on a bearskin rug used to be a typical baby photo?


And what about tribal peoples? There's been millions of humans, some still living today, that run around in equatorial heat naked as the day they were born and nothin' is weird about it. Or nude beaches? Some people take their families there. Their WHOLE families, from grandpa to grandkids. In the end, it's just a body.


Seriously, why are people so uptight?
 
2011-08-05 01:06:14 AM

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x363]

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.


Let's see how an adult would look. I can come up and take the pics.

/promise i won't even watch you change into the saran wrap dress
 
2011-08-05 01:09:11 AM
doglover:

Back in the day, you get a whole room full of kids naked, give them some fruit to hold, spend the whole day with them, and it was called ART.

[www.topofart.com image 463x597]



The one on the right is a Shar-Pei.
 
2011-08-05 01:09:41 AM
www.nastyhobbit.org
 
2011-08-05 01:13:46 AM

gameshowhost: The one on the right is a Shar-Pei.


BWA HA HA HA HA
 
2011-08-05 01:34:05 AM

doglover: And what about tribal peoples? There's been millions of humans, some still living today, that run around in equatorial heat naked as the day they were born and nothin' is weird about it. Or nude beaches? Some people take their families there. Their WHOLE families, from grandpa to grandkids. In the end, it's just a body.


Seriously, why are people so uptight?



Ok I get what you're trying to say, but this isn't a picture of a baby from a coppertone ad or some impressionist nude. In fact there isn't any nudity in the picture at all, and that's not the issue. The issue is the sexualization of someone who isn't sexually mature yet. Having her dress in that way and posed in that manner is intended to be provocative. This isn't the same as taking the kids down to the nudist beach and teaching them not to be ashamed of their bodies.

This picture is disturbing in the same way that 5 year old beauty pageants are disturbing. They dress these girls up in skimpy outfits and expect them to behave and move and be judged as grown woman would. This has nothing do do with being naked on the beach or nakedness displayed in art. Nakedness in tribal peoples is equally irrelevant since although these tribes have no shame in displaying their nakedness they don't have 10 year old girls (or boys) being displayed as sexual symbols.

Seriously, can't you see the difference?
 
2011-08-05 01:36:37 AM

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x363]

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.


Agreed. I don't know what is worse. Sexualizing girls like this, or that crapfest, "Toddlers & Tiaras".
 
2011-08-05 01:43:36 AM

Bathia_Mapes: miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x363]

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.

Agreed. I don't know what is worse. Sexualizing girls like this, or that crapfest, "Toddlers & Tiaras".


The answer is always Toddlers & Tiaras.
 
2011-08-05 01:50:41 AM

miss diminutive: In fact there isn't any nudity in the picture at all, and that's not the issue. The issue is the sexualization of someone who isn't sexually mature yet.


She's not being sexualized.

Take a closer look. It's a classic pose. It's one of the dozen or so ways that there are to pose a model.

Not only that, but do you remember being a kid? Maybe you do, maybe you don't, but I certainly do. I did a lot of things to try and become an adult. I wore a tie. I tried to drink coffee. I took a briefcase and a cocktail mixed outta grandma's basement and used them both (I didn't know about alcohol yet, but I mixed juice) and that briefcase was FULL of paper.

This girl is not being sexualized or sexualizing herself, she's a caricature of the adult models she probably idolizes. She's not offering herself up as a sexual object to be consumed by the erotic observer as your bullshiat art classes might tell you using a faulty deconstruction, she's just laying and dressing how the pretty girls in the magazine do.

You're hypersensitive. This
i.dailymail.co.uk

is the fashion sensitive girl's version of this

smartcanucks.ca


Does she look like a sex object? Not really. She's prepubescent, and children have big heads that throw off their body lines. She's dressed VERY conservatively. The look on her face is truly innocent. She's just doing what other models do. Children ape adults. It happens. Who cares?
 
2011-08-05 02:13:47 AM

doglover: Does she look like a sex object? Not really. She's prepubescent, and children have big heads that throw off their body lines. She's dressed VERY conservatively. The look on her face is truly innocent. She's just doing what other models do. Children ape adults. It happens. Who cares?


I think this is simply a case of we're just going to have to agree to disagree. I didn't take art school classes so I don't know where you're going with that nonsense.

Anyway, if you think this

i.dailymail.co.uk

is the same as kids dressing up in their mom's clothes (which I used to do as a kid as well) then so be it. I see it differently and I view her being depicted as a sex object. I see no difference between this picture and the 8 year olds who are dressed in bikinis and dolled up in make-up and paraded across the stage in a beauty pageant.

If you see some difference between the two please feel free to elaborate. That being said, do you even have a problem with children's beauty pageants in the first place?

Yes children ape adults all the time, but there are limits to what society deems appropriate. Take dancing, for example. Kids dance all the time, which is fine. 10 year olds grinding on each other like 20 year olds on a dancefloor? Not the same, and not acceptable. Context and situation are important.

Anyway, I don't have children but if I had a 10 year old daughter I would have an issue with her gracing a magazine in the way this girl is depicted. If you would have no issue with it, then so be it. We're of two different minds here.
 
2011-08-05 03:33:09 AM

doglover: She's not being sexualized.


With adult make up and hair styling? Yes she is.
 
2011-08-05 03:33:20 AM
http://angryoffender.com/mister_x.php

Pedophile whisteblower (no pun, seriously) at Wikileaks.

Makes the breakdown on how the CP industry works.
 
2011-08-05 03:33:31 AM
Dude, she's A 10


FTFY
 
2011-08-05 03:34:06 AM
 
2011-08-05 03:35:35 AM
What a great, nurturing, fun childhood.

I predict: dies by choking on her own vomit at age 22, or in and out of rehab by 16.

/Nice facial symmetry though.
 
2011-08-05 03:35:58 AM

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x363]

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.


See my link above. She's ready to be thrown to the wolves for a good time.
 
2011-08-05 03:36:44 AM

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x363]

I consider myself a pretty laid back person, and it usually takes a lot to get me riled up. That being said, this is simply wrong. W-R-O-N-G wrong.


I know. Her red dress clashes horribly with her crimson nails.
 
2011-08-05 03:37:13 AM
2 more years and she can star in a remake of Pretty Baby.
 
2011-08-05 03:40:22 AM
Typical Daily Fail. "People are disgusted by these disgusting pictures and so are we! Look at this picture, and this one! This pic is extra disgusting, look at it! Down with this sort of thing! Be sure to click on these ads!"
 
2011-08-05 03:40:58 AM
Nothing wrong here. We've already had child models even back in the ancient world. If art in the old world painted nude kids all the time, what's wrong with showing a picture of a clothed kid? I don't think the kid is being exploited. She probably earns a lot of money. Her future will be easily secured. She'll have education, friends, fun times, and maybe someday she'll figure out what she really wants to become. As of now, at least she's getting money.
 
2011-08-05 03:41:08 AM

Snapper Carr: 2 more years and she can star in a remake of Pretty Baby.


Too late. Brooke Shields already posed nude by the time she was 10. In pictures that would make David Hamilton blush.
 
2011-08-05 03:41:18 AM

doglover: Does she look like a sex object?


Well, she has certainly mastered the hollow look of a woman who has sold her body and soul to be on the cover of a magazine.
 
2011-08-05 03:42:15 AM
....

Little girls do not belong in clothes that have plunging necklines. These aren't cutesy naked-baby-in-cowboy-boots pics, she's a pre-teen (tween?) in full makeup, hair, and adult clothing.
 
2011-08-05 03:42:36 AM
I think the real reason why people are so offended by kids dressing like that isn't about the thoughts of kids having sex. The repressed ones biatching about it are offended the kids aren't having sex with them.
 
2011-08-05 03:43:35 AM

doglover: She's not being sexualized.

 
2011-08-05 03:44:11 AM
GIS of the model shows average, 10 year old girl stuff, and some kinda questionable shots. There's one on a mattress that's pure Pedo Bear.
 
2011-08-05 03:45:24 AM
www.meh.ro

/BIE?
//just kidding
 
2011-08-05 03:46:42 AM
Forget the makeup and clothes, how did they get a ten year old to look like a total biatch?
 
2011-08-05 03:47:13 AM
Clearly the people behind this are getting exactly what they were looking for. And who cares really? There's no nudity, lighten up people.
 
2011-08-05 03:47:34 AM
Mimi Usa is reported to be extremely upset about people not wanting her to model.
 
2011-08-05 03:47:47 AM
Many anthropologists (I know, weasel words) believe that the application of lip coloring began as an attempt to attract males by mimicking aroused genitalia.

-Probably still works that way
-I'm here to help
 
2011-08-05 03:48:47 AM

GreenSun: Nothing wrong here. We've already had child models even back in the ancient world. If art in the old world painted nude kids all the time, what's wrong with showing a picture of a clothed kid? I don't think the kid is being exploited. She probably earns a lot of money. Her future will be easily secured. She'll have education, friends, fun times, and maybe someday she'll figure out what she really wants to become. As of now, at least she's getting money.


Sure, why wait until a girl is 13 (like the image below) before we start tarting her up for commercial gain.
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-08-05 03:50:11 AM
congratsyourenowapedo.jpg
 
2011-08-05 03:50:52 AM

JRoo: Forget the makeup and clothes, how did they get a ten year old to look like a total biatch?


That's a bit creepy. She does have that vacant, sell-it look down.
 
2011-08-05 03:51:36 AM
farm7.static.flickr.com
 
2011-08-05 03:52:41 AM

miss diminutive: If you see some difference between the two please feel free to elaborate. That being said, do you even have a problem with children's beauty pageants in the first place?


Nope. If the kids want to dress up like they see older women do and copy what they're doing, they'll do that anyway. Might as well get some socializing in while they're there.

I've worked with hordes of children. So, my circuitry is wired to file most things under "Kids will be kids." As long as everyone's got their clothes on, no one's on fire, and there's no blood being shed children are pretty much invisible to me. Maybe that's why I'm not outraged.

They do sexual seeming shiat all the time completely innocently. If you project, yeah it's wrong. But if you step back and look at it like you were a kid again you'll see you're not touting your body like the whore of Babylon, you're just wearing "big girl clothes" or doing a little dance.

Can it be sexual when a person who's got puberty under their belt does it? Yes. That doesn't mean the act itself is sexual.

Hell, I used to sing along to songs like Rebel Yell back when I was so young I thought the only thing a penis could do is help boys write their name in snow better than girls. I never realized it was about sex until much later. And I think you'll find upon reexamining those photos that the girl is just trying hard to copy other models' poses.
 
2011-08-05 03:53:45 AM

Herb Utsmelz: Many anthropologists (I know, weasel words) believe that the application of lip coloring began as an attempt to attract males by mimicking aroused genitalia.


Others used it to determine if their cat's butthole made contact with their counter top.
 
2011-08-05 03:55:29 AM
"Rebel Yell" was about sex? I be damned.
 
2011-08-05 03:57:34 AM
OK, she's cute. However, in this day and age of pedophile frenzy, all the promoters are doing is providing them with reasons to act.

I've seen some of these kid beauty pageants and, for the most part, find them creepy and disturbing. The majority of the little girls, all made up, look like strange parodies of adult women, without the time developed grace and often, somewhat clown-like. Personally, I think those pageants should be stopped.

Again, they present cannon fodder for child molesters.

Cute kids have been in movies for ages, like Shirley Temple -- who I found not to be all that charming and cute, but by the time I saw her original movies, she was in her 20's. However, the producers were careful NOT to dress Shirley up as a sexy vamp, even though, at the time, there was no pedophile mania.

Dressing a cute little girl up like an adult, altering/aging the lines of her face with makeup, sends mixed signals to adult male brains. Those with some child molesting tendencies can be pushed over the edge to act.

This is NOT a good business decision and I thought child labor laws prevented the exploitation of children.

The fashion industry sucks anyhow.
 
2011-08-05 03:58:06 AM
Somebody's parents need to have their fricken' heads examined.
 
2011-08-05 03:58:17 AM

doglover: miss diminutive: If you see some difference between the two please feel free to elaborate. That being said, do you even have a problem with children's beauty pageants in the first place?

Nope. If the kids want to dress up like they see older women do and copy what they're doing, they'll do that anyway. Might as well get some socializing in while they're there.

I've worked with hordes of children. So, my circuitry is wired to file most things under "Kids will be kids." As long as everyone's got their clothes on, no one's on fire, and there's no blood being shed children are pretty much invisible to me. Maybe that's why I'm not outraged.

They do sexual seeming shiat all the time completely innocently. If you project, yeah it's wrong. But if you step back and look at it like you were a kid again you'll see you're not touting your body like the whore of Babylon, you're just wearing "big girl clothes" or doing a little dance.

Can it be sexual when a person who's got puberty under their belt does it? Yes. That doesn't mean the act itself is sexual.

Hell, I used to sing along to songs like Rebel Yell back when I was so young I thought the only thing a penis could do is help boys write their name in snow better than girls. I never realized it was about sex until much later. And I think you'll find upon reexamining those photos that the girl is just trying hard to copy other models' poses.


There might be a difference between young kids doing this within their home, or at a friend's, and Vogue getting professional costumers, makeup artists and photographers to set the whole thing up, photograph it, and publish it.

And those are not an adult's clothes she is wearing, those are adult fashioned clothes designed to be worn by a pre-pubescent child.
 
2011-08-05 03:58:20 AM

Mr. Potatoass: Herb Utsmelz: Many anthropologists (I know, weasel words) believe that the application of lip coloring began as an attempt to attract males by mimicking aroused genitalia.

Others used it to determine if their cat's butthole made contact with their counter top.


Is there nothing it can't do?
 
2011-08-05 03:58:21 AM

JackalRabbit: "Rebel Yell" was about sex? I be damned.


No one was as shocked as Mr. B. Idol, I assure you. We worked round the clock to help him issue apologies.
 
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