French action on child beauty pageants is admirable

  • Article by: THOMAS HARGROVE , Scripps Howard News Service
  • Updated: September 21, 2013 - 10:26 AM

Fanned by fears that their sex-obsessed society is producing “hypersexual” young girls, the French Senate has voted to ban entering a child under age 16 into a beauty pageant.

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blahserblahSep. 21, 1311:57 AM

Yes!!! Viva la France!

forpeopleSep. 21, 13 2:56 PM

This is a great decision in France. We have seen too much abuse and violence directed at children who are entered into beauty pageants. The French have rightly identified the entry of children in pageants as a way of sexualizing and using children.

fursideSep. 22, 13 2:13 PM

Does anyone think we can take these French law makers seriously? As an American I found that the article was seriously flawed. There were no accompanying pictures of any of these French lawmakers in any of the required 'events' to make a rationally informed decision on their credibility. Everybody from Snooki to any of the Real Housewives know that.

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