Take a stand against indecency

Published: Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 - 1:02 pm
Last Modified: Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 - 2:32 pm

Re "Utah mom buys 'indecent' shirts", Page A6, Feb. 19

Congratulations to the Utah mom who bought all those t-shirts that were displayed in the store window of an ultra-conservative area. Apparently though she is going to turn them back in to get her money back, then they will be redisplayed if they haven't already been reordered by the store. Poor choice of the store purchasing person for stocking those items and for putting them on display in the window.

Reminds me of the protests which made stores cover up the Playboy magazine covers years ago. Our children are being inundated with provocative images everywhere. While I taught my four sons there was nothing wrong with appreciating a naked body, if they are displayed in a vulgar way then it should not be on public display for children to view.

-- Helen Nelson, Sacramento

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