Many health professionals argue that a sex-soaked culture is taking an insidious toll on the emotional, psychological and physical wellbeing of children and young adolescents.

”It’s not only about other, older children reading messages like that [on the jumpsuit]; it’s also about what the parent is doing by placing their child in a sexualised space,” says the Sydney Children’s Hospital psychiatrist Jennifer Harris. ”You are putting two things together that don’t go together. Babyhood should be about protection, nurturing and gentleness, not adult humour and cynicism.”

via Stealing the innocence of children.