The end of innocence: The cost of sexualizing kids – Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — Even in a mall in Utah, one of the most conservative states in the country, bodies scream for attention. On a late summer afternoon, a teenage “novelty” shop employee stands atop a ladder in super-short shorts, midriff showing, arranging merchandise. It’s not clear if she knows how very much of her is on display. But the teenage boys ogling her do.
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The date of this article is 2011, things are much worse now.

Again, and in the article, there is no intention to harm anyone, so the images or metaphors used to discus the topic are simple.

People are treating kids like adults which is wrong.

We need to help kids by stopping any communication that exploit them.

Best way to do this is to educate adults.

Please support the effort.

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