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make sexual, endow with sex, attribute sex to


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Perhaps he was sexualised before his encounter with the abhorrent Jade Hatt, his dad's ex-lover.
I don't think a public employee who commits sexual offences or is at risk of inappropriate sexualised behaviour would keep his job or would be monitored.
Strengthening the partners management structures to coordinate the national and international players in fighting sexualised violence
However the majority of women who are sexualised in the music industry are black women, you just have to look at almost every music video out there.
Lennox had earlier posted on Facebook that if a pop star creates "a soft porn video or highly sexualised live performance, then it needs to qualify as such and be X-rated for adults only.
Annie, 58, said: "I'm disturbed and dismayed by the recent spate of overtly sexualised performances and videos.
Part of the problem with sexualised children is that these boundaries are no longer clear.
Coun Gareth Moore (Con, Erdington) said: "The content is highly sexualised, given what they're advertising.
However, the dad denied the mother's claim that he had begun abusing their daughter after they split up, which she based on the girl's sexualised behaviour and suggestions he had touched her.
NURSES EXPERIENCE a mosaic of verbal abuse from patients, much of it gendered and sexualised, in their everyday work.
The survey comes a year after the report by Mothers' Union chief executive Reg Bailey, entitled Letting Children Be Children, which called on businesses and broadcasters to play their part in protecting young people from the "increasingly sexualised wallpaper surrounding them".
It goes on: "In the entertainment and talent genres, particular areas of concern include the sexualised clothing and dance routines of performers and/or guest artistes".
It may conclude that a code of conduct is needed for firms wanting to sell sexualised products to children.
Now a report is warning that sexualised images may be harming girls' self-image and healthy development.
Defined neither as child or adult woman, the sexualised 'wayward' girl posed a problem for the juvenile justice system which was built around the supposed needs of children as distinct from adults.
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