MP wants lingerie bilboards banned etc etc

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I can see why she's jealous of pretty girls…


 
#3
I think MPs have plenty of things to worry about but whilst I'm not generally in favour of censorship I think their clearly is a problem with the overt sexualisation of public places which is having a bad effect on young children. Adults can look after themselves but should a four year old (say) be exposed to this kind of thing?
 
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Temple said:
I think MPs have plenty of things to worry about but whilst I'm not generally in favour of censorship I think their clearly is a problem with the overt sexualisation of public places which is having a bad effect on young children. Adults can look after themselves but should a four year old (say) be exposed to this kind of thing?
Give your head a wobble, like a four year old gives a sh1t. Go hug a tree or something.
 
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Raven2008 said:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/conservative/7416006/Ban-erotic-underwear-ads-from-buses-says-Tory-MP-Nadine-Dorries.html

Umm haven't MPs got bigger and better worries to think about?
Indeed Nadine Dorries, for it is she who has proposed this nonsense, does.

For example, appearing on cr@p reality TV shows. And cheating.

MP Nadine Dorries hid money in bra

".......caught cheating in a social experiment designed to help MPs understand how poorer sections of society live.

Nadine Dorries, MP for Mid Bedfordshire, is one of five politicians who agreed to be filmed living with families on council estates for a Channel 4 reality television show.

The politicians are asked to survive for a week while spending no more than £64.30 - a week's job seekers' allowance.

"I know what I have to live on," the 52-year-old MP tells the cameras as she begins her stint. "Of course I do. I wouldn't be much of an MP if I didn't, to be honest."

However, after spending only one night in the flat it emerges that she has broken the rules by hiding a £50 note down her bra."


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/7176090/MP-Nadine-Dorries-hid-money-in-bra.html
 
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Temple said:
I think MPs have plenty of things to worry about but whilst I'm not generally in favour of censorship I think their clearly is a problem with the overt sexualisation of public places which is having a bad effect on young children. Adults can look after themselves but should a four year old (say) be exposed to this kind of thing?
Bill boards are normally seen briefly (sorry, sorry.... :D ) as we drive past.

I'd suggest that small children are exposed to a far greater extent to the sexualisation of product every time they go into any shop selling magazines. Do we need to ban all lad's mags from where they are shown now? Should all images of that type be covered over?

I think this is a MP simply trying for a little bit of exposure. Remember Hacker's sausage campaign? :D Any publicity is good publicity etc etc.

Bit silly really. As someone said before, there are weightier issues to deal with at the moment.
 
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“Since when did it become acceptable to have larger-than-life posters of scantily clad women moving up and down every street?”

... does she really want an answer to that? Really? :D
 
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wet_blobby said:
Temple said:
I think MPs have plenty of things to worry about but whilst I'm not generally in favour of censorship I think their clearly is a problem with the overt sexualisation of public places which is having a bad effect on young children. Adults can look after themselves but should a four year old (say) be exposed to this kind of thing?
Give your head a wobble, like a four year old gives a sh1t. Go hug a tree or something.

Well, my 4 year old grandson keeps snuggling up to his mummys chest and saying BEWBIES!


Good lad! :eek:
 
#13
What about in newsagents and supermarkets? The magazines on display frequently have pictures of nude and topless models in the 'lads mags' and the ladies weekly's have articles about improving sex lives also with pictures of scantily clad women and men.
 

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wet_blobby said:
Temple said:
I think MPs have plenty of things to worry about but whilst I'm not generally in favour of censorship I think their clearly is a problem with the overt sexualisation of public places which is having a bad effect on young children. Adults can look after themselves but should a four year old (say) be exposed to this kind of thing?
Give your head a wobble, like a four year old gives a sh1t. Go hug a tree or something.
Thanks for that insightful reply, you're obviously a very bright chap. As to what trees have got to do with it I'm not sure.
 
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I am outraged by this obvious lesbian socialist radical's nonsensensical statement! Next it will be illegal to masturbate furiously in public places.

I didn't fight in one war, one PEO, one PKO and one complete swan in Cyprus to be treated like this by a public servant, so-called.
 

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Nadine Dorries has already been pegged quite properly as a lady who, if not going through 'the change' is doing something a bit similar. This being becoming divorced from reality, throwing wobblies, being a bit nuts and generally being aperson that all right-thinking people avoid.

This I think is another example of a case of 'Harmonitis', but striking a Conservative rather than a Labour MP.
 
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Biped said:
Nadine Dorries has already been pegged quite properly as a lady who, if not going through 'the change' is doing something a bit similar. This being becoming divorced from reality, throwing wobblies, being a bit nuts and generally being aperson that all right-thinking people avoid.

This I think is another example of a case of 'Harmonitis', but striking a Conservative rather than a Labour MP.
If you compare the piccies she has on her website with the horror of her that Semper posted, then she's been going through one hell of a change.

And it's not for the better.
 
#18
Quiet right, they should be banned. You should ogle these sort of things in the comfort of your own home, with the curtains drawn.
Oops may have been caught out now :(
 

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