1. Keep children safe
This is the main aim most adults have by raising children and by
constructing policy and laws. Ehmm ... safe for cars and other traffic,
safe for weapons present in every US house, safe for manipulated food,
for manipulating and ill-treating or neglecting parents and other
educators ... Hmmm, mostly the aim is: safe for sexuality of the stranger
danger ... and for their own sexuality. The latter is the mostly
discussed topic. Here, we present a list of articles with facts and
thoughts about this subject.
As the first main article, we present:
Keep children safe, but don't spoil their fun; Joan McFadden,
Living Scotsman, UK, 3 December 2008.
We have only ourselves to blame for the way our youngsters grow up
learn to cope with life, writes Joan McFadden.
It can be hard for parents to see their offspring as sexual beings,
at adulthood. But if we have to contemplate it, then surely we must hope
for them to grow from a safe and secure childhood to be sexually
confident individuals, with excellent self-respect and a safe and
pleasurable sex life.
Our job is to protect them from the inappropriate and ensure they
the necessary information to make the best decisions at any age, whether
that is nine or nineteen.
3. Slapping bottoms
5. Another law:
6. Reactions of
7. Do not touch the
8. Treatment for kids
9. Education - or not?
10. Child sexuality does exist ...
11. Healthier reactions
12. Prohibited desires
As the second main article, we present:
|Childrenīs world of prohibited desires;
Andriy Taranenko, boiler.odessa.net, [Ukraine; date unknown] |
The hypocritical "alarm" of moralists about family and
becoming a background for striking cultural phenomena. And these
phenomena should be appreciated without the Criminal Code.
sexual appeal of children is fact that cannot be ignored. And modern
culture (including the Internet) has all the rights to interpret