Astonishing Over-Sexualized Inappropriate Imagery Found In The Kids Section of a Government Public Library

I used to believe over-sexualization was a problem exclusive to the entertainment industry. At this point, we all expect music videos and movies to be riddled with sexual objectification. I don’t like it, nor do I think it’s normal, though I do expect it. Never would I have thought that one day, I’d find a 9-year-old girl in the children’s section of a library, holding a comic book filled with inappropriate and over-sexualized imagery. Worst of all, it wasn’t a mistake. This comic good is marketed for kids.

I explain the full story in the following video blog, where I reveal more shocking images of the French Canadian comic book called “Les Nombrils,” which means “The Bellybuttons” in French.

Seeing a child I care about exposed to this kind of content not by accident, but because some governmental entity judges it as appropriate for them, made me realize just how severe this problem has become. Throughout their entire childhood, children are bombarded with sexual messages, day in and day out, at lightning speed from nearly every direction. Now, it turns out we have libraries to worry about too—the one place I still assumed would have somewhat of a more positive influence on the youth.

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When our culture is moving towards that kind of direction, it is our responsibility to walk the opposite way. It is our responsibility to do the best that we can to filter out these kinds of messages from our households and remind our children of the values that are truly important in life. If the culture we live in doesn’t reflect what we know deep down to be true, it’s our job to speak the truth louder than the junk we’re being fed. It’s our job to create a better culture by example. To do so, we need to begin within our own sphere of influence—our own families. We can’t forget that kids are in fact the future, and the most powerful way to change the world is by raising children who are empowered, self-aware, grounded in positive values and capable of discerning truth from deception. It is these kinds of people that can change the world. It is these kinds of people that are able to think bigger than themselves and care about solving problems. If we let the current culture raise our kids for us, I fear that the next generation might grow into a society of broken adults rather than the healers and change-makers we so desperately need.

Although this situation is very alarming to me, I’m far from being a defeatist. I made this video not to scream doom and gloom, but to remind ourselves of our power in choosing who and how we want to be in this world. Humanity is filled with goodness and although we need to be aware of the problem to stop being a part of it, we most importantly need to be part of the solution!


Related CE Articles That Go Into A Deeper Discussion

Illuminati Pedophilia: Attempts To Normalize Sex Between Adults And Children (Part 1)

lluminati Pedophilia: Attempts To Normalize Sex Between Adults And Children (Part 2)

Is The Mainstream Igniting Pedophilia With ‘Victoria Secret’-Style Lingerie Show Featuring 5yo Girls?


A Note From Collective Evolution

Regardless, these matters(mentioned in articles linked above) can no longer be minimized or ignored, especially by the Awakening Community. As difficult as some of this information is to confront, as depressed or angry as it may make us initially feel, it is only through acknowledging and processing this information that we can become empowered by a deeper empathy, one that helps us to foster healing within ourselves as well as in the community at large.

When Is The Last Time You Were GENUINELY Yourself? If You’re Still Thinking About It, Read This.

Being 100% authentic to who you are, and at peace with it. Living from the Heart. Feeling comfortable within yourself. At all times. With everyone. No matter what “people dynamics” you are exposed to.

Now that’s a tough one for an ego who needs the approval, love and acceptance of others. Inner-peace sure is conditional when we are afraid to have our mind and its beliefs challenged in one way or another. But instead of basing our actions and state of being according to the fears, worries and desires of our ego, what we should ask our heart instead is:

Is it really worth it to compromise our natural state for the sake of appeasing the ego of others? Is it worth it to step away from our natural state and rather buy into our own egoic beliefs and fears?

The truth is, when others are truly comfortable and at peace with themselves, they won’t need you to change who you are. And when you are truly comfortable and at peace within yourself, you don’t need others to change who they are. Only the ego does.

When you have reached a state of utmost clarity and inner-peace, the only thing that can really make sense… is to BE who you truly are!

So the bottom line is, when you are authentic and at peace within yourself, YES, there will always be egos challenged by you, yet there will always be souls INSPIRED by you. In both cases, it is as perfect as it can get ?

This is a simple reminder, not long, just simple. You can read it today, pass it on. Deep wisdom doesn’t have to be super long. Enjoy your day! ?

This Comic Book Was Was Actually In The Kid’s Section of a Public Library – Sexual Objectification

I used to believe over-sexualization was a problem exclusive to the entertainment industry. At this point, we all expect music videos and movies to be riddled with sexual objectification. I don’t like it, nor do I think it’s normal, though I do expect it. Never would I have thought that one day, I’d find a 9-year-old girl in the children’s section of a library, holding a comic book filled with inappropriate and over-sexualized imagery. Worst of all, it wasn’t a mistake. This comic good is marketed for kids.

I explain the full story in the following video blog, where I reveal more shocking images of the French Canadian comic book called “Les Nombrils,” which means “The Bellybuttons” in French.

Seeing a child I care about exposed to this kind of content not by accident, but because some governmental entity judges it as appropriate for them, made me realize just how severe this problem has become. Throughout their entire childhood, children are bombarded with sexual messages, day in and day out, at lightning speed from nearly every direction. Now, it turns out we have libraries to worry about too—the one place I still assumed would have somewhat of a more positive influence on the youth.

If you like what I had to say, subscribe to my Youtube channel and follow Uplifted Life


When our culture is moving towards that kind of direction, it is our responsibility to walk the opposite way. It is our responsibility to do the best that we can to filter out these kinds of messages from our households and remind our children of the values that are truly important in life. If the culture we live in doesn’t reflect what we know deep down to be true, it’s our job to speak the truth louder than the junk we’re being fed. It’s our job to create a better culture by example. To do so, we need to begin within our own sphere of influence—our own families. We can’t forget that kids are in fact the future, and the most powerful way to change the world is by raising children who are empowered, self-aware, grounded in positive values and capable of discerning truth from deception. It is these kinds of people that can change the world. It is these kinds of people that are able to think bigger than themselves and care about solving problems. If we let the current culture raise our kids for us, I fear that the next generation might grow into a society of broken adults rather than the healers and change-makers we so desperately need.

Although this situation is very alarming to me, I’m far from being a defeatist. I made this video not to scream doom and gloom, but to remind ourselves of our power in choosing who and how we want to be in this world. Humanity is filled with goodness and although we need to be aware of the problem to stop being a part of it, we most importantly need to be part of the solution!

Josh Radnor From How I Met Your Mother Just Started A Conscious Band with Ben Lee

You might be here because you are a fan of the hit TV show, How I Met Your Mother, or maybe you have fond memories of blasting “Catch My Disease” in your car on a hot summer day. Whatever the reason may be, you are about to discover a lesser-known side to actor-writer-director Josh Radnor and Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee—who now form the musical duo Radnor & Lee.

In this very first episode of Uplifted Life’s new Redefining Success Podcast, Kosta Stoyanoff and I had the privilege of having a conversation with both of them over Skype only a few days before they left for their Brazil tour. We talked about their new musical venture, the effects of having achieved success and fame at a young age, what true success ought to be, spirituality, meditation, self-development and more! Playing the hosts was definitely out of our comfort zones, but we are glad we did it and were able to extract some valuable insights from these two amazing human beings.

There is a rumor circulating that they are a religious born again band because they don’t shy away from using words like word God in their lyrics. The truth is that they do not subscribe to any particular label and are simply fascinated by life’s bigger questions. In our 30-minute conversation with them, we found them to be incredibly grounded, intelligent and wise individuals who simply strive to get back to the basics of what really matters in life and care about becoming the best and most compassionate version of themselves. It was awesome to chat with two public figures who choose to use their influence to spread a positive and conscious message through their art!

Our intention with the Redefining Success Podcast is to collect gems of wisdom from individuals who see beyond our culture’s materialistic idea of success and have discovered a more fulfilling, whole and healthy view of what it means to lead a truly successful life. We believe that doing our part in helping rewrite the cultural story surrounding success can inspire a positive change in how we lead our lives—from our relationships to the way we do business.

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Redefining Success: Josh Radnor & Ben Lee

You might know Josh Radnor from How I Met Your Mother and Ben Lee for his unforgettable hit songs, but do you know they also form the band Radnor & Lee and have a profound message to share with the world?Check out the very first episode of our new Redefining Success Podcast where we talk about their new musical venture, the effects of having achieved success and fame, what true success ought to be, spirituality, self-development and more!Our intention with the Redefining Success Podcast is to collect gems of wisdom from individuals who see beyond our culture's materialistic idea of success and have discovered a more fulfilling, whole and healthy view of what it means to lead a truly successful life. We believe that doing our part in helping rewrite the cultural story surrounding success can inspire a positive change in how we lead our lives—from our relationships to the way we do business.Like Uplifted Life for more uplifting content and stay tuned for more episodes! ?

Posted by Uplifted Life on Thursday, January 18, 2018

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Probably The Most Important Message For Mankind At This Time

Yes, humanity faces a lot of problems. Yes, there are “bad guys” out there. It may seem like the only thing to do is fight against the dark — and there sure is value in standing for what is right while setting firm boundaries against what isn’t. But before crying out and letting rage fill our hearts, it is so important that we understand this one basic, fundamental Truth. A Truth so significant that — if forgotten — will greatly dim the light, power, and momentum in our efforts to change the world. If we do apply this Truth, however, the ripple effect it will create will carry on for generations to come.

You’ll understand why after watching the video down below, in which Kosta Stoyanoff, founder of Uplifted Life, brilliantly explains how simple, yet how easily overlooked, this key ingredient for world change is.

As of now, it seems that all eyes are focused on the problems “out there.” Whether we follow Trump’s every tweet, the latest #pizzagate update, or feel helpless in the face of the wars and violence going on in the Middle East, it is understandable to feel bogged down and heavy. It is easy to feel both angry and powerless. But is there a more powerful and potent way to have a positive impact out there, other than stomping our feet and pumping our fists? We are well aware of the problem, yet it can be difficult to even know what to do with all this awareness of the problem, and the emotion that comes with it.

I hope that the message presented in this video will help remind us all of where our true power and responsibility lies. It is in forgetting this Truth that the world came to be this way in the first place, so it is crucial that we remember it and apply it as we begin to move in a new direction.

P.S. This totally applies in our efforts to change our own personal lives as well!

Please share this with your loved ones if you believe in the importance of this message!

Be The Light

Yes, humanity faces a lot of problems. Yes, there are "bad guys" out there. It may seem like the only thing to do is fight against the dark. But before pumping your fist with rage in your heart… take a few minutes of your time to watch this.This, is how we change the world for generations to come.Share to help remind others of their true power!Uplifted Life ?

Posted by Uplifted Life on Thursday, 14 September 2017

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