A child beauty pageant is a contest where very young children wear makeup, fake teeth, false eyelashes, lipstick, elaborate hairstyles, fake breasts, padded buttocks, and clothing so provocative that most adults wouldn’t be seen in them. Spray tanning and waxing are also common. These children perform in a high-stress environment where appearance – not talent […]

Luther Emmett Holt wrote a book called “The Care and Feeding of Children”, in 1884 . In his book he talked about “airing out children”, or simply put, providing children with fresh air. Busy parents took a shortcut and purchased cages for the children to sit in outside of high rises and tall apartment buildings […]

It’s an age-old annual ritual carried in southern India, meant to bring participating infants good luck, health, and prosperity. Horrified children’s rights groups have labeled it ‘barbaric’ and want it banned by the Indian government. The practice is believed to date back centuries and takes place across India – involving both Hindus and Muslims. Video […]

Over 2100 children are reported missing every single day in the United States. That equates to a child reported missing every 41 seconds! Most are found but a percentage of them are never found. Where this takes an even darker turn: Within the ranks of those recovered is a grey area where children are found but […]

It is called dynamic baby gymnastics and training can start at two weeks old. It is condemned by pediatricians as extremely unsafe, with the potential to cause fatal injuries. I’m at a loss for words at how insane mankind is.

Two brands of talking dolls, My Friend Cayla and I-Que Intelligent Robot, have the ability to listen to conversations of people in the room with them.

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Some people are worried that this feature can collect personal information from private conversations. For adults, strangely enough, this is not an issue but children have special laws that protect their privacy.  A complaint was filed with the Federal Trade Commission from a coalition of consumer privacy advocates including the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC).

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Where this gets creepy:

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Parents who don’t want to give their children the chickenpox vaccine are choosing instead to buy mail-order lollipops already sucked on by chickenpox infected children.

They hope their child will get chickenpox and then develop a natural immunity to avoid vaccination shoots.

Once a child is infected they sometimes throw, “Pox Parties”, to spread the infection. Parents consider this to be a safer alternative to vaccinations. The idea is to expose children to the virus to help build up their immunity against it, in lieu of vaccinating.

The chickenpox virus can be fatal, children exposed to it could die!

Side effects of the vaccine include soreness or swelling where the shot was given, a fever in one in 10 people, and a rash in one out of 25. Seizure and pneumonia are also possible. Before the vaccine, chickenpox caused more than 10,000 hospitalizations in an average year in the U.S., and between 1990 and 1994 about 50 children and 50 adults died each year.

  • How did we get here?
    • Too much money from pharmaceuticals in government pockets.
    • Too many unanswered questions about autism.
    • Not enough education in schools and for parents on health risks.
    • Government testing on the population without consent.

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