Consumerism and globalization has led to sexualization of girls occurring across all advanced economies , in media and advertisements, to clothing and toys marketed for young girls. [8]

The term "sexualization" itself only emerged in Anglophone discourse in recent decades. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, the term was infrequently drawn upon by English writers to refer the assignation of a gendered frame to a particular object, such as the gendering of nouns (e.g., de Quincey [1839]1909, 195). [9] In contrast, the term "asexualization" saw greater use, as a synonym for sterilization in eugenics discourse from around the turn of the twentieth century (e.g., Lydston 1904). [10] [11] The opposite or antonym to sexualization is desexualization.

In 2006, an Australian report called Corporate paedophilia: sexualisation of children in Australia [12] was published. The Australian report summarises its conclusion as follows:

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Consumerism and globalization has led to sexualization of girls occurring across all advanced economies , in media and advertisements, to clothing and toys marketed for young girls. [8]

The term "sexualization" itself only emerged in Anglophone discourse in recent decades. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, the term was infrequently drawn upon by English writers to refer the assignation of a gendered frame to a particular object, such as the gendering of nouns (e.g., de Quincey [1839]1909, 195). [9] In contrast, the term "asexualization" saw greater use, as a synonym for sterilization in eugenics discourse from around the turn of the twentieth century (e.g., Lydston 1904). [10] [11] The opposite or antonym to sexualization is desexualization.

In 2006, an Australian report called Corporate paedophilia: sexualisation of children in Australia [12] was published. The Australian report summarises its conclusion as follows:

Consumerism and globalization has led to sexualization of girls occurring across all advanced economies , in media and advertisements, to clothing and toys marketed for young girls. [8]

The term "sexualization" itself only emerged in Anglophone discourse in recent decades. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, the term was infrequently drawn upon by English writers to refer the assignation of a gendered frame to a particular object, such as the gendering of nouns (e.g., de Quincey [1839]1909, 195). [9] In contrast, the term "asexualization" saw greater use, as a synonym for sterilization in eugenics discourse from around the turn of the twentieth century (e.g., Lydston 1904). [10] [11] The opposite or antonym to sexualization is desexualization.

In 2006, an Australian report called Corporate paedophilia: sexualisation of children in Australia [12] was published. The Australian report summarises its conclusion as follows:

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In the article “The Disturbing Sexualization of Really Young Girls”, it described that a current review found that girls as youthful as six years desired to be dolls who were wearing a provocative path contrasted rather that the dolls who were dressed fashion but conservatively (Taylor, Jim). That is to say, girls show their personality by imitating older women or toys around them, and the concept of sexual orientation will weaken their confidence and satisfaction of body, so they may easy to feel ashamed and anxious.

[1]. Wilson, Julie. “Social Media: Sexualizing Young Teens and Destroying Their Social Skills.”  Social Media: Sexualizing Young Teens and Destroying Their Social Skills , 28 Dec. 2015, http://www.stupid.news/2015-10-26-social-media-sexualizing-young-teens-and-destroying-their-social-skills.html . Accessed 3 Mar. 2017.

[2]. Taylor, Jim. “The Disturbing Sexualization of Really Young Girls.”  The Huffington Post , TheHuffingtonPost.com, 9 Oct. 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-jim-taylor/the-disturbing-sexualization_b_1948451.html . Accessed 3 Mar. 2017.

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