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73 per cent of parents now try to shield their kids from watching sexy music videos But 2/3 say their kids are exposed to them on pre-watershed TV 82 per cent of young children repeat sexual lyrics without realising the meaning and one in 13 have copied the twerking craze But three in five kids understand the lyrics by the age of just ten 87 per cent of mums and dads say pop stars have gone too far compared to their youth and two thirds feel young female singers are exploited Almost three quarters of parents (73 %) now try to protect their children from watching music videos over fears pop acts have become too provocative.A new report from Netmums revealed parents are in despair at the level of sexual and violent content in modern music videos.I sat her down and told her that it wasn't for children to see, but because she knew Miley Syrus from Disney she thought it would be ok, and as a music video it wasn't censored.I grew up with Madonna, absolutely idolised her and wanted to look like her.Parents singled out songs including Robin Thickes Blurred Lines, Milkshake by Kelis, Jason Derulos Talk Dirty to Me.Rhiannas Rude Boy and S&M plus Nicki Minajs Starships as the worst examples, while even parents with young toddlers reported them repeating words lines such Britney Spears Im Britney, B****!I ended up with low self esteem and Bulimia as I struggled to maintain what I thought was acceptable, only when I look back now do I realise how painfully thin I was. I'm not blaming Madonna, no she's a money making product.I blame the whole industry that puts profit before all others.

One in 20 have even seen their child try to dress like a favourite pop star in very revealing clothes.I respect artists like Adele, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift who realise that talent is enough.I though Taylor was great on X Factor last week - really beautiful but selling her song on its merits and not her body.But theres a strong feeling that things have gone too far now.Its toxic to tell young kids casual sex and violence are something to aspire too.I have a 4 year old dd and I dislike the example that many pop stars set I want my dd to believe that hard work and talent are what is required to be successful and not sex, nudity and image.

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