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    Rob Wagner commented  · 

    It would, perhaps, be of value to add that you have censored certain words from my feedback in a tacit acknowledgment that standards of propriety do exist. Please, censor your own content.

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    Rob Wagner commented  · 

    Dear Yahoo,

    In response to your article titled "Brielle Biermann Poses in Revealing Thong Bikini. . .", your subtitle says it all: "The 23-year old left little to the imagination. . .". Your home-page image shows this young woman's naked buttocks - we don't even have to open the article.

    This isn't what I come to Yahoo to see. I don't enjoy the demeaning of women, as *** objects for the general public to gape at. By promoting this kind of material you are participating in the new slavery that is arguably more degrading than the old slavery. It is bad enough to sell men and women and boys and girls to serve unpaid as general laborers (and worse), but you are participating in the marketing of women for ***. Do you not think that this young lady will live to regret these choices?

    It should be obvious by now, but I don't want anyone gaping at Brielle, like an animal in the zoo. I don't want young women to feel that this objectification is normal. I don't want young to feed their minds with *********** - ***********, no less, forced on them by prominent display on your news feed. And I don't want to see it. It's terribly unhealthy and destructive, and I think more of Brielle than that.

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