Should sexualised children's goods be banned?
What are sexualised children's goods?
Goods and products made for children - like clothes that have an adult nature
When people think of goods, they think of purchased goods, but what about goods that are purchased and modified at home. Can they be banned.
- If someone bought a dress for their kid and then resized it.
- Or if someone buys some trousers and adds a playboy logo.
- Who decides what is sexualised? Were is the line?
- What age does sexualisation a problem? Does it depend on the individual?
Types of clothes that might be sexualised
- Padded bras
- Playboy labels
- Pole dancing kits
- Lolita beds
- Make up
- High heel shoes
Children's goods are a type of property
The case for banning sexualised children's goods?
What's wrong with Children's goods
Apart from some of it being bad taste, there are complaints that some clothes for children are not appropriate as they sexualise children
Arguments against types of children's clothes
- People say children growing up too fast and miss out on their childhood
What does that mean? How?
- It damages children's well-being
In what way, how?
Children have always wanted to imitate mum and dad, there is nothing new there.
The case against banning sexualised children's goods?
Censorship is futile
If the kids don't get sexualised goods, they can find lots of sexualised products on-line and TV lie music videos or magazines.
There are sexual images everywhere, A kid can see adults ready to go to night clubs, you cn ban everything sexual.
Porn does not sexualise children, the media and their parents do. The clothing, make up and culture they promote and allow is significantly more sexualising.