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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Mike Stock has a point. Railing against pop music's sexualisation of children in yesterday's Daily Mail , he said: "The music industry has gone too far. These days you can't watch modern stars -- like Britney Spears or Lady Gaga -- with a two-year-old." He's right. You can't watch Lady Gaga with a two-year-old. You shouldn't even try, because two-year-olds traditionally don't take kindly to tedious nine-minute bondage-themed music videos set in dystopian hellscapes. They'd probably prefer something like Get Squiggling . They are only two, after all.
Apart from that, Stock's comments are wildly off the mark. Yes, modern pop can be overtly …