Quoting Tarynosaurus Rex:" So do you think it is inherently wrong to expose children to sexuality simply because of where we live ... [snip!] ... I was 4 years old. I knew how it worked and how babies were made and everything. I was in no way damaged by this information."
It's not that I am opposed to children learning about sex, either. but it's MY choice when and where my child learns about it - and it's incredibly disrespectful to act or dress in ways around children that are sexual. Yes, partially due to how our society views sex, out social norms and how our society sees sex DOES have a lot to do with what is acceptable and what is not, BUT, that being said, I want you to show me ONE culture where they have sex or participate in sexual acts with or around children other than child marriage, because that is a whole different subject.
I believe in being open with children about sex and educating them, my children will hear the "talk" from me so many times growing up that it will likely annoy them, but I agree - it's incredibly important. I am also in favor of allowing my daughter to have birth control, my sons to have condoms and free and open communication about sex.
But again - that is MY choice when and where this happens. When we go out to the store and I have my 9 year old with me, I shouldn't have to explain why a woman has her ass and pubes hanging out of the bottom of her skirt. Like I said - I don't think there should be laws saying what women should be allowed to wear, but I think women (and men) need to have some respect and take responsibility for themselves when they are in public and around children.
And yes - outfits CAN be sexual. In fact, the outfit is partially what MAKES it sexual, nudity itself is not sexual, but boosting your breasts up with a push up bra and having your asscheeks hanging out IS sexual and if you think otherwise, then I am sorry you don't find women dressed like that hot. (because I do.....just not in front of my kids ;) )