Acceptable Naked Child Images?
Having just read a very interesting article currently running in alt.uk.law usenet group, I thought I'd open the discussion up right here on now public.
The title of the post in question is: Johnson's Baby Wipes and Child Pornography / Child Prostitution
The writer of the article feels the same way about his subject that I feel when I watch this type of advertising on the TV.
The TV advertising always features a naked baby and as far as I know always a mother.
In some adverts the screen mother can be seen patting a naked babies bottom and even kissing its clean bum, remember, its all to sell baby wipes. The baby of course is far to young to have an opinion or even to know that its naked image is being shown in millions of peoples homes worldwide.
Take the mother out of the advert and replace her with the Dad figure, The Dad can be seen patting and kissing a babies bottom, would that be acceptable to you?
Julia Somerville defends 'innocent family photos'
Independent, The (London) , Nov 5, 1995 by Rebecca Fowler
IS IT every parent's nightmare, or is it simply the best way to protect children? The arrest of newsreader Julia Somerville over allegedly indecent photographs of her seven-year-old daughter has opened the debate this weekend on the law relating to child pornography.
Ms Somerville, 48, and her architect boyfriend Jeremy Dixon, 56, were questioned by Scotland Yard's child-pornography unit on Thursday night, after Mr Dixon was met by detectives at a London chemist. He had gone to pick up what the couple insist were "family photographs".
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