Illuminati Hypersexualization of Children Exposed ! SHOCKING TRUTH! / video

by bluesbaby5050 on January 19th, 2015

Illuminati Hypersexualization of Children Exposed ! SHOCKING TRUTH! video [click on to image to enlarge] January 18, 2015. They are turning little girls into sex objects and treating them as if they are adult women. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vIspdSNu7aI#t=0 These little girls should not be dressing up like women at all. This is in a way promoting sex with minors. Men are more likely to think of women as objects if they have looked at sexy pictures of females beforehand, psychologists said yesterday.

Researchers used brain scans to show that when straight men looked at pictures of women in bikinis, areas of the brain that normally light up in anticipation of using tools, like spanners and screwdrivers, were activated.

Scans of some of the men found that a part of the brain associated with empathy for other people's emotions and wishes shut down after looking at the pictures.

Susan Fiske, a psychologist at Princeton University in New Jersey, said the changes in brain activity suggest sexy images can shift the way men perceive women, turning them from people to interact with, to objects to act upon.

The finding confirms a long-suspected effect of sexy images on the way women are perceived, and one which persists in workplaces and the wider world today, Fiske said.

"When there are sexualised images in the workplace, it's hard for people not to think about their female colleagues in those terms. It spills over from the images to the workplace," she said.

Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Chicago yesterday, Fiske said the findings called into question the impact of sexualised images of women that might be pinned on workplace walls or sent around offices where there was a strong locker-room culture.

"I'm not saying there should be censorship, but people need to be aware of the associations people will have in their minds," Fiske said.

In the study, Fiske's team put straight men into an MRI brain scanner and showed them images of either clothed men and women, or more scantily clad men and women. When they took a memory test afterwards, the men best remembered images of bikini-clad women whose heads had been digitally removed.

The brain scans showed that when men saw the images of the women's bodies, activity increased in part of the brain called the premotor cortex, which is involved in urges to take action. The same area lights up before using power tools to do DIY. "It's as if they immediately thought to act on theses bodies," Fiske said.

In the final part of the study, Fiske asked the men to fill in a questionnaire that was used to assess how sexist they were. The brain scans showed that men who scored highest had very little activity in the prefrontal cortex and other brain regions that are involved with understanding another person's feelings and intentions. "They're reacting to these women as if they're not fully human," Fiske said. And increasingly, Young Girls Are Sex Objects In Japan.

THE PREVALENCE of sexual images of ever-younger girls is fueling worries that women will never gain equal treatment in Japan's male-dominated society.

TOKYO - In the video-game parlors of Japan, players with 80 cents to spend can battle villains with karate chops, or they can strip the high-school uniform from a young teen until she is topless.

"I wasn't lucky," says the computer-generated image of a girl of about 14, as she bares herself to three boys who just won a round of video mah-jongg at a Tokyo game center.

The Japanese high-school uniform - for girls it is a sailor top and short skirt - is a visible symbol of the nation's commitment to education. But it also has become a tawdry prop used by a society that has a predilection for turning young girls into sex objects.

Protests are being raised by feminists and lawmakers, who worry that women will never gain equal treatment in Japan's male-dominated society if even young girls are considered playthings. But their objections are drowned out by a seamy cacophony of images that equate ninth-grade schoolgirls with Playboy bunnies.

In every Japanese bookstand and convenience store, pornographic magazines feature lewd photos of girls in high-school sailor uniforms.

On television, one of the most popular children's cartoon characters is "Sailor Moon," a high-school girl in uniform who fights crime and inexplicably appears naked in her bathtub during the ending credits.

Child prostitution glamorized:

Recently, the sexual fascination with teenage girls has been explored by mainstream Japanese magazines and television news programs, which have become obsessed with sensationalistic stories of high-school girls prostituting themselves to make money to buy expensive clothes.

But rather than focus on serious societal questions raised by girls selling themselves, the stories tend to get caught up in the excitement and become glorifications. Instead of calling the phenomenon child prostitution, the media have coined a romanticized term for what the girls do with their middle-aged clients: "supportive relationships."

"In Japan, the people who have the power are men, but their sexuality is pretty immature," said Naohide Yamamoto, director of the Japan Institute for Research in Education and the Culture of Human Sexuality.

Sex stories are popular everywhere in the world, of course, and nearly every society has pornography. But by Western standards, Japan appears unique for condoning public displays of raw sexual imagery and for blurring the lines between adult and child pornography.

Clothing stores in Tokyo think nothing of displaying provocative photographs of topless preteen girls in seductive, adult poses, and residential mailboxes get stuffed with ads for phone sex services that are illustrated with graphic photos of high-school girls performing sex acts.

Images getting younger:

"The prevailing image of women in Japan is sexual, and the images are getting younger and younger," said Junko Miyamoto, an anti-pornography activist. "This runs totally against the idea of women's equality, of course. Men can't see women as equal partners because women and children in pornography are very, very weak."

Experts say the society's acceptance of young girls as sex objects is a legacy of Japan's feudal past, which never saw a conflict between sexuality and morality.

"Traditionally to the Japanese, sexuality wasn't included in the makeup of a person's character; it was kept separate," said Yukihiro Murase, a professor of human sexuality at Hitotsubashi University.

Prostitution was legal until about 40 years ago, and in the years before World War II it was a status symbol for rich and powerful men to employ a geisha as young as 13, said Setsuko Inoue, author of a book on men who use prostitutes. Today enforcement of anti-prostitution laws remains lax.

A question of equality?

It is open to theory why Japanese men find very young girls sexually attractive. Experts on sexuality and women's rights say that as women have begun to assert themselves, the traditional lack of equality between the sexes has left men intimidated by strong women, and therefore more interested in young girls.

The theory revolves around a generalization about Japanese society, in which young boys are doted upon by their mothers, and then enter a male-dominated society in which the wife plays the mother's role.

In the prototypical Japanese home, the husband is always working and spends little time with his wife. She controls household finances and gives her husband an allowance. With the mother-son relationship defining marriage, men are more likely turn away from their spouses and toward young girls.

The less analytical reason Japanese men are fixated on young girls is that no one has stopped them.

"Japanese men don't think about human rights or anything else related to women; they look at them as objects," Yamamoto said. Living in the USA: 6-year-old girls want to look ‘sexy’! I was shocked when I found out my neighbors daughter desperately wanted to look sexy, and more desperately wanted to have a boyfriend. She reached puberty at early age. Her paediatrician said that girls hitting puberty earlier than ever because of hormones in food. I noticed she watched TV non stop and she never listened to her parents.
A new study says, most girls as young as 6 are already beginning to think of themselves as sex-objects. Another study says, 30% of Girls’ Clothing Is Sexualized in Major Sales Trend.

6-year-old girls chose the sexualized doll as their ideal self. After seeing it, the researchers said, ‘It’s very possible that girls wanted to look like the sexy doll because they believe sexiness leads to popularity, which comes with many social advantages.’ Because of this, girls as young as 6 are already feeling the pressure to be sexy. It is definitely very alarming if little girls feel the pressure to be sexy.

The researchers say:

Media consumption alone didn’t influence girls to prefer the sexy doll. But girls who watched a lot of TV and movies and who had mothers who reported self-objectifying tendencies, such as worrying about their clothes and appearance many times a day, in the study were more likely to say the sexy doll was popular.

Mothers’ religious beliefs also emerged as an important factor in how girls see themselves. Girls who consumed a lot of media but who had religious mothers were protected against self-sexualizing, perhaps because these moms “may be more likely to model higher body-esteem and communicate values such as modesty.

Another interesting finding:

Girls who didn’t consume a lot of media but who had religious mothers were much more likely to say they wanted to look like the sexy doll.This pattern of results may reflect a case of ‘forbidden fruit’ or reactance, whereby young girls who are overprotected from the perceived ills of media by highly religious parents … begin to idealize the forbidden due to their underexposure. It means, low media consumption is not a silver bullet against early self-sexualization in girls.

I believe ‘the proliferation of sexualized images of girls in advertising, merchandising, and media is harmful to girls’ self-image and healthy development’. I also believe that ‘parents can play a role to protect girls from the sexualizing culture. They can help their daughters navigate a sexualizing world by instructing their daughters about their values and by not demonstrating objectified and sexualized behaviors themselves.’

I do not think religious mothers can ultimately save their daughters from self-sexualization. Non-religious mothers who want women to live with dignity and rights can do it. The difference between religious and non-religious mothers is, religious mothers believe in patriarchal religion, so obviously they do not believe in women’s equality or women’s freedom. Women who believe in religion believe that women are somehow inferior to men.
Treating yourself as an inferior being is not less dangerous than treating yourself as a sex-object. The two are related.

Parents have no right to snatch the childhood away from their daughters. Children deserve a childhood. But I think it will not always be possible for parents alone to save their girl children from self-sexualization if the sexual objectification of women in the media continues. - http://freethoughtblogs.com/taslima/2012/07/20/6-year-old-girls-want-to-...

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