Why this pop-porn will damage a generation of children

Why this pop-porn will damage a generation of children

Why this pop-porn will damage a generation of children

9:44 AM on 21st June 2011

Mike Stock, of legendary 80s songwriting trio Stock, Aitken and Waterman, is worried about the sexual imagery and innuendos in modern pop music

Mike Stock, of legendary 80s songwriting trio Stock, Aitken and Waterman, is worried about the sexual imagery and innuendos in modern pop

Wrong note: Nicole Scherzinger makes a guest appearance on Britain

Wrong note: Nicole Scherzinger makes a guest appearance on Britain”s Got Talent

Rihanna gives a raunchy performance at this year

Rihanna gives a raunchy performance at this year”s Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas

I’ve been overwhelmed by the feedback I’ve received from countless people, many of them worried parents, who said that they agreed with me wholeheartedly.

Rihanna straddles a fan as she performs a lap dance on stage during a show earlier this month

Rihanna straddles a fan as she performs a lap dance on stage during a show earlier this month

Too much: Christina Aguilera

Too much: Christina Aguilera”s dancers performed a highly suggestive routine on The X Factor

Cheeky: But Kylie Minogue

Cheeky: But Kylie Minogue”s act has never been overtly sexual

Bad example: Singers Britney Spears (left) and Rihanna embrace during a music awards ceremony last month.

Bad example: Singers Britney Spears (left) and Rihanna embrace during a music awards ceremony last month.

In time-honoured tradition, sex is beingused to sell something – music. But what is new and frightening is that, this time, sex is being used to sell music to children. That has to stop, and quickly.