How should products aimed at children be monitored?
Retailers selling sexualised products aimed at children could face restrictions under plans being considered by the government. What measures would you like to see introduced?
An inquiry is getting under way to explore whether new rules should prevent the marketing of items such as "Porn star" T-shirts or padded bras to children. Among the measures being considered is a code of conduct on "age appropriate" marketing, or setting up a watchdog.
Children's Minister Sarah Teather said parents faced a tidal wave of pressure to buy these products. She said: "There are huge pressures on children to grow up too quickly and to buy stuff, some of which is completely unsuitable."
Should there be a watchdog that monitors children's products? Should retailers selling sexualised products aimed at children be penalised? Do your children pressurise you to buy things you think are unsuitable?
Thank you for your comments. This debate is now closed.