I have to admit I am not overly concerned about the way my daughter dresses when she is older. I think wearing tiny shorts and midrif shirts has been done for decades by young girls. I think it's part of them becoming aware of their bodies, their sexuality etc.. and its a phase which passes.. I did it, my own mum has photos of herself in the 60's wearing what appears to be a see through white singlet with her belly button showing and a long flowing skirt. She also said she wore tiny bikinis which her father was horrified by.. I am more worried that she will feel pressured by her peers to act any way.. whether it's that she feels she has to be sexually active to fit in or she feels she has to act and dress a certain way to avoid getting a bad reputation. I don't want my kids to think sex is wrong, and I also dont want them to feel it's the way to popularity either. Hopefully we can all find ways to ensure our daughters and sons have positive self esteem and respect for their bodies.. although I think it's always going to be tough!