A video posted on Instagram by year-old Toronto model Tillie Medland has led to a heated debate on social media. In the video, which was posted last week, Medland can be seen laughing as her 2-year-old nephew, Jetson, reaches into her sports bra and touches her breasts. A post shared by tillie tilliemedland. Many believe the video, which now has over ,00 views, is a display of perverted behavior, and some even accused Medland of promoting pedophilia. However, many people have been defending her saying the child's behavior is totally natural, and that her response was heartwarming.
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Jordan, Tyler, come here. Sit down. I wanted to speak to you today about something that's been on Mommy's mind a lot lately. As you know, it's been almost two whole years since your father passed away, and we all miss him very, very much. But after a long period of mourning, I think we've finally healed enough as a family to begin moving forward with our lives.
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But not everyone is laughing. The online community has been buzzing with criticisms and expressions of disgust for Maddy's outfit and the sexualization of girls on the show. Maddy and her mother shrugged off the naysayers, acknowledging that the fake lady parts give her a leg up on the competition. But the ramifications for such behavior goes far beyond a single beauty pageant competition, experts say.
Wikimedia Commons Lina Medina, the youngest mother in history, pictured with her son. In the early spring of , parents in a remote Peruvian village noticed that their 5-year-old daughter had an enlarged belly. And on May 14, , Medina gave birth via C-section to a healthy baby boy. At 5 years, seven months, and 21 days of age, she became the youngest mother in the world. To this day, Medina has never told authorities who the father was, and she and her family still shun publicity and avoid any opportunity for a tell-all interview.