Can we all just agree that that title should never need to be written; and yet we live in a world where toddlers wearing two piece bathing suits or little girls and boys wanting to dress up like their favorite character regardless of gender is a huge fucking deal.
And my one question is why?
A little girl in a cute mermaid two piece should not be scorned because her bathing suit is too revealing or grown up because you as the grown up are the one perceiving it that way!!! News flash: little kids where clothes because they love them, not because it makes them look a certain way.
But this past week the sexualizing of children was taken to the next level.
One of the original online superstars Perez Hilton is well known for being bitchy, cut throat and always the first one with the gossip. But in recent years he also has added father to his resume, keeping his Instagram full of cute pictures of his two children Mario and Mia.
Do you see anything wrong with this silly bath time picture of a loving father and his child? Because I sure don't.
Too bad the online trolls that need to get all their frustration out on the internet felt all types of ways about this picture calling this bath time perverted, rape, disgusting, and a way to turn his son gay (ohhhh so thats how that happens) EYE ROLL.
Start my disgust with the human race.....NOW.
Because not only is Perez doing the correct thing by making sure his toddler doesn't drown while taking a shower or bath, this picture depicts absolutely nothing sexual.
And why the hell are people somehow finding a way to make a father and his toddler sexual in any way? WHYYYYYYY??
The sexualization of children needs to stop. Because they are innocent and good and still uncorrupted by this clearly disturbed world and whatever "inappropriate" things that toddlers do are a fabrication of the person thinking them.
So do us all a favor and stop, because its disgusting.
ALSO, the homophobic remarks are absolutely repulsive and seriously stupid. Gay Dads rock and fyi gay isn't a disease that can be rubbed off on someone; so grow up and education yourself.