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Time Magazine Explains How Parents Can Encourage Their Children to Allow Strangers To Touch Them In Private Parts

Time Magazine Explains How Parents Can Encourage Their Children to Allow Strangers To Touch Them In Private Parts


Okay so millions of Americans know the new TSA policies are horrible from nightly news reports. Many Liberals and Conservatives (to be fair) claim its for security and concerns about privacy and health are overridden by concerns for security.

Time Magazine (and some liberal news organizations) says so what, lets get used to it already.

Time Magazine : "We've seen the videos of screaming young children being subjected to the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) aggressive new pat-downs. For a young child, especially one who has been told that strangers touching them in private places is taboo, the pat-down can be terrifying. So here are a few tips for getting your tyke through airport security as painlessly as possible this holiday season."


Time concedes "unlike doctors, TSA officers have not been specifically trained to deal with children."


Public Advocate feels if the Boy Scouts of America (prior to the Supreme Court allowing them to protect themselves) and the Catholic Church (prior to barring practicing homosexuals from the priesthood) have to pay out settlements of many millions of dollars for a long list of child abuse cases, what makes the President and TSA personally immune from similar judgements?

Yes, we know its the Homeland Security Act that protects them from personal liability. We here at Public Advocate just want to make the comparison.

And is "national defense" or "I am a security guard" a defense in every child molestation case now?


Here is the strangest article ever from Time about how to get your child used to strangers groping them


http://healthland.time.com/2010/11/23/how-to-get-your-kid-through-the-tsa-pat-down-with-little-trauma/

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