"To a 3, or 4 yr old"
Listen to yourself..... a 3 or 4 year old. So should we really be having this conversation in the first place. What 3 or 4 year old needs to see cleavage????? You people are nuts.
God forbid they breast feed those children, the horror!!! Those poor kids were even exposed to the nip and at really young ages!
I agree, you see much worse at the beach. I guess some need to pack their bags and live in Amish country to feel "safe".
"go to any public beach"
That's the thing....GO to a beach. When you GO somewhere or take your kids somewhere then you have to be prepared to see slutty broads. BUT when a kid wakes up early in the morning and turns on a TV they should not be exposed to any type of sexual content. How can people see this as okay? Do you want the whole next generation to die of aids? Come on folks get with it.
GO to the beach
TURN ON the TV
Both require you doing something. If you don't like it then don't do it plain and simple.
So watching Seasame Street will give me aids???
At this rate parents will laugh and think its funny when we are doing our 15 year old sons laundry and a condom falls out of his pocket. A good parent would pull that kid aside and warn him about the consequences of his actions unless that parent wants to become a grandparent in their late 30's. Smart moms and dads out there know exactly what Im saying.
Better to have a condom fall out then a appointment card to an abortion clinic. I think you can talk to your kids all you want (and yes a responsible parent would) but in the end that child is going to do what they want to do. Although its not funny that a 15 yr old would be having sex with a condom but its nice to know that atleast they are trying to protect themselves against STD's and pregnancy. Don't get me wrong I'm not condoning minors having sex.
Really? What would you do if you saw a condom fall out of your son's jean pocket?? Has that ever happened to you?
And that would be your concern why? Hummm I smell a troll. Either way don't worry I can perfectly take care of my children but I do thank you for your concern.