Mary Jo Anderson, Susan Brinkmann
Shocking as it may be, the pornification of our daughters begins almost from the moment they are born. Tiny tot outfits sport "sexy baby" slogans, sex ed is spoon-fed in pre-school, and hundreds of little girls made up, teased up, and gussied up strut across beauty pageant stages while their moms and dads applaud and cheer them on oblivious, or not, to their pornified appearance.
What message does this communicate to our children? How does it affect their identity? To what extent does it inform them of their mission and purpose as women? What values does it instill in them? These are the questions our guests will answer today as we discuss The Pornification of our Daughters, Part 1.