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25th March   

Offsite: The Daily Mail Recommends...

Rihanna's pop porn is polluting young minds. And don't miss Skepta's 'All Over the House' music video, it 'contains strong real sex'
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On the cover of the latest issue of American Vogue is a sultry shot of the pop singer Rihanna, posing in a skin-tight, transparent chiffon and lace dress.

Her latest release is called S&M . Its first verse includes the lines: Feels so good being bad/There's no way I'm turning back/Now the pain is my pleasure. Vogue: It's yet more publicity for the girl from Barbados who, at just 23, has a string of No 1 hits and is currently at No 5 in the UK charts'

You can hear its catchy refrain being sung by children all over the country right now: Sticks and stones may break my bones but chains and whips excite me.

In the ordinary course of life, young teenagers would have no need whatsoever to know about sadomasochism. But thanks to the increasingly revolting music industry, they are now all too familiar with almost every permutation of the sex act.

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Offsite: Skepta's new video: a step too far?

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25th March 2011. See  article from by Sam Moir
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In case you missed it, grime MC Skepta has a new music video out.

When he tweeted a couple of weeks ago, Today I'm starring in my 1st adult movie, fans probably expected a bit of raunchiness. But when the video for All Over The House dropped at the weekend, raunchy proved to be an understatement.

Upon clicking the website which explicitly states you have to be over 18 years of age, you find yourself thrown in front of a full on horrifically explicit pornographic movie. While the porn stars go about their business, Skepta can be seen in various shots, aptly choreographed all over the house, singing the lyrics.

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17th March   

Update: Buying into Nutter Idealism...

Forlorn campaign against the commercialisation of childhood
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Full story: Sexualisation...Sexualisation as reported by Linda Papadopoulos

A petition of about 18,500 signatures has been handed to David Cameron calling for an end to marketing of a sexualised nature aimed at children.

The petition was presented to 10 Downing Streetby Rosemary Kempsell, worldwide president of the Mothers' Union, as well as several MPs.

The petition is part of the Bye Buy Childhood campaign launched last year by the Mothers' Union.

It calls upon the Government to prohibit sexualised media, marketing and products aimed at or easily accessed by children under 16 years of age.

Kempsell said, We are delighted that the Government has already taken action to tackle the commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood through the Bailey Review. We would like to see this Review make strong recommendations to Government to ensure childhood can remain a precious time free from commercialisation.

Joining Kempsell at Downing Street were MPs Helen Goodman, David Morris, Fiona Bruce and Jim Dobbin.


21st February   

Bird Watching...

Nutter objects whinge at Tesco t-shirt whimsy
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Tesco is under nutter fire for selling a T-shirt with a logo which critics claim promoted voyeurism .

Women's groups said the shirt - which showed silhouettes of women in the sights of binoculars beneath the slogan Bird Watching - was objectionable and Tesco's decision to sell it deeply concerning .

This T-shirt is objectionable on so many levels, said Anna van Heeswijk of campaigners Object: It promotes voyeurism, dehumanises females into sex objects and uses sexist language to refer to women as 'birds'. These messages about women are worrying.

Somali Cerise of the End Violence Against Women coalition, added: It is deeply concerning that a major high-street retailer such as Tesco sells products that perpetuate the sexualisation of women. Our research shows that sexual harassment of young women is commonplace. Products like these T-shirts create a culture of acceptance and normalisation of sexual harassment.

Tesco  said no offence had been intended. It said: The T-shirt, which was intended as a humorous item of casual wear, was on clearance and is no longer on sale.


4th February

 Offsite: Indeed...

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The Daily Mail is hypocritical over Christian Voice leader Stephen Green

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