On Dec 9, 2008, at 4:19 PM, Anthony wrote:
The definition of lewdness may not be obvious, but
mean that we
aren't capable of coming up with a good one to use within the
context of the
law. I'd like to hear your definition, especially with regard to
of exhibitionist acts a parent can legally convince his young
I take it you've never raised children.
When they're young, convincing them to actually put on *any clothes*
is a problem at times.
Really. (Ages 3-6 is a blast, but it can be a tad embarrassing at times)
Then, just when you think you finally have them dressed on a fairly
regular basis, they discover a new fashion wave, or style, or trend,
and next thing you know, they want to show ankles (or god forbid,
knees), cut their hair, shave their legs, bathe, etc.
Hopefully, none of the girls I've had a hand in raising will *ever*
discover what "boys" are, I shudder at the thought.
(For those of you reading this from other cultures and languages,
this is sarcasm. Except for the age 3-6 part.)