The book, designed for pre-schoolers, tells the story Mr McGee who took his kite down to the beach but is bitten repeatedly by a flea, tearing off his clothes to rid himself of the pesky creature. How many of you mums and dads have seen this book? Rosie Astley pointed out that even though she had read the book as a child, she had never noticed Mr McGee's genitals. This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate. A handful of people shirked the book, with one school removing it from their library altogether. There are plenty of great books available that don't require debate about their suitability. Other parents took the opportunity to bring up other children's books that caught them by surprise. Samantha Todd found a book belonging to her daughter confronting, with the main character the modern symbol for depression. Another mum pointed out another crass children's book - and just how much her kids enjoyed it.
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Question, I am an avid art buff, and could spend my whole trip to Italy in the art museums. I do know that many of the pieces statues, paintings, etc portray nude men, women, and children. What is the feeling about exposing young children to these art pieces? Personally, I think my daughters are mature, but even still I do have a bit of apprehension about exposing them to male genitalia. Is this common place in the museums?
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In the photo, Kardashian West is seen from behind in front of a mirror, wearing only black workout leggings and an undone bra. Much of the controversy had to do with how people interpreted the photo to be highly sexualized; some Instagram commenters even accused Kardashian of setting a poor example in allowing her daughter to snap the nearly nude photo. How a mother or father chooses to teach their children about how to be comfortable in their own bodies—including about sexuality and consent —is up to them, and no parent should feel the need to justify themselves to anyone else. Meet the Expert.