I still can't see that the photos are provocative. I must be missing something
So you really don't care if that stranger you refer to above gets his 'rocks off' looking at picture of your child which over time results in him contact offending against his daughter, niece, next door neighbour's child etc... ?
I will say one last time I am NOT victim blaming. I do agree it is a slippery slope. I am trying to understand the mentality that seems to be continually appearing in this thread that if it is not my child being hurt then it doesn't matter.
Last edited by binnielici; 29-03-2016 at 18:41.
Look, even if there were convincing evidence of the 'slippery slope' here (and I can see the logical argument, given how our brains work, but not hard evidence)...it just doesn't follow that it's at all relevant here.
Okay, so parents refuse to allow their children to post ANY photos of themselves on the internet. Parents don't post any either. Okay...now we need to ban stock photos containing children, books containing photos of children, any pamphlets/catalogues etc., taking photos in public....
Someone who wants to get off to non-sexualised images of children can find them ANYWHERE, regardless of how protective or paranoid parents want to be.
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