Feminist Author Pushes Nude Models for Children to Make Them ‘Relaxed’ about Their Sexuality

Flo Perry, a feminist author based out of London, is pushing the idea that nude models should pose in front of children in order to make them more “relaxed” about sexual matters.

Perry debated her position during an appearance on Good Morning Britain against journalist Mariella Frostrup, who believes it is inappropriate to expose kids to gratuitous nudity.

While appearing on the broadcast, Perry said: “Naked strangers is this big word. Nobody is gonna be like, ‘Put my kid in form of naked strangers.'”

“We have to examine our own reaction to that and think ‘Why do we have that reaction?’. The disgust thing, is it because nudity is so sexualized in our culture? And actually if we’re exposed to it in a different form, will it make us more relaxed about nudity and our own bodies and make us feel less self conscious?” she added.

Viewers of the program were not buying Perry’s arguments, and angrily responded on social media with a flood of posts against her stance to expose children to nude adults.

“Get the hippy woman that wants to exploit children off the TV. Her credentials need to be checked when she supports such a ridiculous and dangerous class,” one viewer wrote.

“I’m an artist. I AM happy for my kids to draw nudes, BUT when they are older. I was 17/18 when I first started life drawing,” another viewer wrote. “The nude paintings I have in my home, my kids still sneer at them and giggle etc, they’re 9yo, have no contemplation yet on body image.”

“Put a naked man and woman in front of a class they would be laughing their heads off. You only have to mention a body part and they’re off,” a third viewer wrote.

“My 12-year-old daughter has said that her sexual health class is more than adequate for teaching positive body image,” a fourth viewer wrote. “She also says she’d be extremely worried if mum allowed her to sit in a room with a naked stranger.”

Frostrup put Perry in check with some common sense while debating with her on the topic during the popular British morning show.

“At primary school age, it potentially isn’t necessarily the most productive way to get them to think about body image,” she said. “There are all kinds of ways we can approach it and I think talking is probably one of the key ones.”

The Left is always devising new ways to sexualize children. From drag queen story hour to teen magazines promoting anal sex to masturbation lessons for six-year-olds and much more, the Left out to warp the souls of the children in their war to destroy traditional morality.