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    Re: Nudity

    Quote Originally Posted by ketaro
    Nudity on television in these days is something normal, with nudity TV stations make lots of money, about kids watching nudity on TV i think is something that must be stoped if not this in the future may turn into problems like there'll be more perverts and rappers.
    Don't forget molesters, phedophilist, and stalkers. It is very true that these kind of programings can change someone as of this matter. Do you really think though that these kind of people are formed mainly from stuff like nudity? I'd say they are formed from nudity, and they just are desperate people who can't seem to find someone.
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    Re: Nudity

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonUnit
    I don't see what the big deal is with nudity anyways. Like someone else said, in other countries they show nudity and no one cares. Heck, in anime they show a lot of nudity (fan service, bath house scenes etc.) and no one seems to care.

    Nudity in general isn't that bad. I think if people were exposed earlier to it in life they may not feel so weird about it later on and they might think their bodies are normal. Its hard to explain.

    But sex on TV, I don't think it should exist, at least not in prime time.

    Yea I agree with you, cuz if a child is raised watching some kinky shit..... he'll think its right, so he'll go and do it, becom a rapist and then wat? Nudity doesn't matter, it is the physical beautify of the human body so its good. Not Like I'ma walk around but naked....... I just choose not to *that and I don't want to get arrested*
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    Re: Nudity

    nudity doesn't always have to mean sex and sex and sex..... only in america is nudity censored. in russia they show it on tv,billboards similar to france. it's a human body... i don't know why people get shy around naked people and act liek its soemthign offensive. it's like when takign a shower people close their own eyes as to not see themselves naked... which is utterly ridiculous.... and i think only fit people should be nude. i don't wanna see a 500 lbs woman naked.... or a man for that matter.

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    Re: Nudity

    Quote Originally Posted by kogome
    it will get them to acting weird .....kid's should learn about sex and other thing's when there older just let them stay young for a while
    True. Children aren't old enough to understand what sex is and what is acceptable and not acceptable where nudity is concerned. Even more so they tend to do whatever the see. This doesn't just hold for small children either. Even in early puberty this will happen. So they act before they understand or are prepared for consequences. It can really mess them up mentally for the rest of their lives.

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    Re: Nudity

    Quote Originally Posted by Arrianna
    True. Children aren't old enough to understand what sex is and what is acceptable and not acceptable where nudity is concerned. Even more so they tend to do whatever the see. This doesn't just hold for small children either. Even in early puberty this will happen. So they act before they understand or are prepared for consequences. It can really mess them up mentally for the rest of their lives.

    They're kids. Let them be kids.
    I think harmones have something to do with it. Nudity isnt going to make them have sex.

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    Re: Nudity

    Quote Originally Posted by The King of Fashion
    Don't forget molesters, phedophilist, and stalkers. It is very true that these kind of programings can change someone as of this matter.Do you really think though that these kind of people are formed mainly from stuff like nudity? I'd say they are formed from nudity, and they just are desperate people who can't seem to find someone.
    Very true? You seem quite confident that this is certain. I'd like to see some proof with your certainly. Until then I will be inclined to believe otherwise.

    Pedophilia for example is a widely misused term. Someone who rapes or molests a child should not automatically be called a pedophile because that is misrepresenting the meaning of the word.

    Pedophilia (American English), pædophilia/paedophilia (Commonwealth English), or pedosexuality is the condition of being sexually attracted primarily or exclusively to prepubescent children. The ICD-10 (F65.4) alternately defines it as "a sexual preference for children, boys or girls or both, usually of prepubertal or early pubertal age." The word comes from the Greek paidophilia
    The percentage of pedophile perpetrators in cases of child sexual abuse is estimated to be 2 to 10 percent (Kinsey-Report, Lautmann, Brongersma, Groth). Abuse is mainly a phenomenon of heterosexual and homosexual orientation.
    Most perpetrators of child sexual abuse are not primarily interested in children—a fact which has been recognized by law enforcement
    Also I would like to note it was widely acceptable in ancient Greece and not seen as wrong at all. It was called Pederasty Love. (Man boy love)

    All of those quotes come from here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedophilia

    As for molesters "There are two main categories of offenders"

    The regressed offender has a primary sexual orientation toward adults, but can be aroused by children. In most cases he or she is heterosexual. The sexual interest in children typically manifests itself in adulthood in this sort of offender. Due to an inability to maintain adult relationships the offender substitutes a child for an adult sexual partner. The initial offense is often not planned and often alcohol related. The regressed pedophile is typically capable of a traditional life-style and often married
    The fixated offender has a primary sexual orientation toward children. The sexual interest in children manifests itself in adolescence for this offender. The offenses are typically planned out ahead of time and are not alcohol or drug related. The fixated pedophile has behavior that is characterized as a lack of maturity and this offender has difficulty with adult sexual and social relationships. "This offender identifies with children, in other words considers him or herself to be like a child and thus seeks sexual relationships with what the offender perceives to be other children".
    The great majority of offenders are regressed. Only 2-10 percent of all offenders are fixated.
    Info gotten from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_molester

    and Stalking:

    Stalking is repeated harassing or otherwise intruding upon a person's privacy in a manner that causes fear, commonly exemplified by acts such as following or observing a person persistently and surreptitiously. The vast majority of stalking emerges out of previously existing relationships, and is conducted by people who otherwise are considered "normal," although a relatively small percentage of stalking cases, typically the more severe and persistent cases, are sometimes done out of pathological obsession or derangement
    Doesn't sound to me like these people are too desperate to find someone. The last two sound like people with deeply rooted psychological problems, but then again so are psycho paths and many of them have normal relationships with other people.

    With that said, nudity on prime time television (Which is all skin or subtle hints at actual body parts) or even pornography will not create child molesters, pedophiles or stalkers. It will not condition people to become any of those things. And if it does effect people in a negative way, they are usually people with psychological problems to begin with. Even studies that have tried to link rapes and violent rapes with violent pornography have come up short.

    As for keeping children away from unwanted nudity, it's not that hard. Don't take them to PG-13 movies, or allow them to watch TV shows with nudity in them and monitor what they watch and do online. But even if they are exposed to nudity it's probably not going to harm them. It actually does more harm to the parents who are watching a movie or TV show with their child and the nudity comes on, it's usually the parent who freaks out not the child. Contrary to popular belief nudity doesn't automatically cause sexual arousal. The context in which that nudity is shown on the other hand might. Nudity in itself is a normal part of life. And exposing children to general nudity it is not nessicarly harmful. They may question as to why the person is naked and not understand, but it's not going to psychologically damage them to become messed up for the rest of their lives. In Toronto (Canada) it's perfectly legal for a woman to walk around totally topless. And families who are part of nudest colonies walk around naked all the time. I don't read about too many kids who grew up in that environment molesting children and going on killing sprees.

    So no, nudity is not harmful under normal circumstances and will not scar a child for ever if they happen to see it on TV. I mean if it was some hardcore rape porno they happened to see, the real question you should be asking is how did they come about seeing it? And getting upset about a child viewing that is just a cover for not watching your child and monitoring what they watch on TV or do online.

    With that said, I work at a movie theatre and most parents freak out if a movie shows boobs and they've taken their kids to it, but I have never once gotten angry parents coming back to me to complain that the movie they took their kids too where people's arms are being chopped off or heads exploding is too violent for their child. You have to wonder where people's priorities are when protecting children from stuff. I mean if a parent is going to let their child sit through a movie with excessive violence and not a movie that flashes a boob, then that parent has problems.
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    Re: Nudity

    It should be up to the parents what their child is allowed or not aloowed to watch.
    Hopeful if something like did come to the US, the parent will be more attentative to the child.

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    Re: Nudity

    For anyone who is interested in reading a study on the subject:

    Watching Sex on Television Predicts Adolescent Initiation of Sexual Behavior

    What does this have to do with nudity? Simple, most nudity on TV is sexual in nature. Don't believe me? Take a class on marketing and production. They believe sex sells, that's why there is nudity in so many commercials. According to sudies I've read all sex sells though is sex. So if a TV show regularly has nudity and innuendo those attracted to it are being sold on sex, not any supposed plotline. Most of the time without them even realizing it. Unfortunatly, the younger the veiwer, the more difficult it is for them to seperate their veiwing from their life.

    Excerps from the article:
    Results. Multivariate regression analysis indicated that adolescents who viewed more sexual content at baseline were more likely to initiate intercourse and progress to more advanced noncoital sexual activities during the subsequent year, controlling for respondent characteristics that might otherwise explain these relationships. The size of the adjusted intercourse effect was such that youths in the 90th percentile of TV sex viewing had a predicted probability of intercourse initiation that was approximately double that of youths in the 10th percentile, for all ages studied. Exposure to TV that included only talk about sex was associated with the same risks as exposure to TV that depicted sexual behavior. African American youths who watched more depictions of sexual risks or safety were less likely to initiate intercourse in the subsequent year.

    Conclusions. Watching sex on TV predicts and may hasten adolescent sexual initiation. Reducing the amount of sexual content in entertainment programming, reducing adolescent exposure to this content, or increasing references to and depictions of possible negative consequences of sexual activity could appreciably delay the initiation of coital and noncoital activities. Alternatively, parents may be able to reduce the effects of sexual content by watching TV with their teenaged children and discussing their own beliefs about sex and the behaviors portrayed. Pediatricians should encourage these family discussions.
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    We observed substantial associations between the amount of sexual content viewed by adolescents and advances in their sexual behavior during the subsequent year. Youths who viewed 1 SD more sexual content than average behaved sexually like youths who were 9 to 17 months older but watched average amounts of sex on TV. This effect is not insubstantial. Predicted probabilities showed that watching the highest levels of sexual content effectively doubled the next-year likelihood of initiating intercourse and greatly increased the probability of advancing 1 level in noncoital activity. In other words, after adjustment for other differences between high and low viewers of sexual content, 12-year-olds who watched the highest levels of this content among youths their age appeared much like youths 2 to 3 years older who watched the lowest levels of sexual content among their peers. The magnitude of these results are such that a moderate shift in the average sexual content of adolescent TV viewing could have substantial effects on sexual behavior at the population level.

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