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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sexualise.


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  • Pornography "sexualises rape, battery, sexual harassment, prostitution and child sexual abuse, it thereby celebrates, promotes, authorizes and legitimises them."

    Pornography and Censorship

  • "We're pleased that NBC will no longer be airing a program so inherently linked to a pornographic brand that denigrates and sexualises women," PTC president Tim Winter said today. | Top Stories

  • The pageant, which began at the Northcote Town Hall yesterday, has attracted a blaze of publicity with protesters concerned that the US-style competition sexualises children. | Top Stories

  • Police on standby at kids' beauty pageant TOTS to teens have filed in without incident for a controversial children's beauty pageant in Melbourne, oblivious to protests that the show sexualises young girls. | Top Stories

  • The bikinis also angered children's advocates and top candidates in Britain's upcoming national election, who say it was yet another product that sexualises children and encourages them to grow up too fast. - Stuff

  • Disrupting the natural development of sexual awareness by deliberately feeding more advanced knowledge to youngsters -- teenage talk about flirting and kissing; questions about what is "sexy" -- sexualises them and is thus a form of sexual abuse; it also prepares the way for physical abuse should the occasion arise.


  • The Try leader has spoken out in the past against inappropriate clothing that sexualises children.

    Campaign For A Commercial-Free Childhood

  • The NSPCC's comments follow the publication of the Government-commissioned report by Dr Linda Papadopoulos that recommends a "one-stop shop" website for parents to complain about advertising that sexualises children as part of a series of measures aimed at tackling the problem. : Today's Breaking News

  • I agree with the people who have said it sexualises her. | Top Stories

  • Proposed laws against clothing that sexualises children would be impractical, parenting experts have warned the Government. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph


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