Okay, so I write about sex [amongst many other things] and I love of music genres including hip-hop, R&B and rock - all of which have music videos that contain over sexualised, scantily clad women gyrating around swaggering men.
In today's Sun newspaper I've commented about David Cameron's campaign that I wholeheartedly support. Music videos should definitely have certification along the lines of the film industry - let's face it the music industry hasn't taken action and adolescent girls and boys are affected in so many ways by sexual content.
Startling new statistics about manorexia are published in the Sun newspaper today - it's no different for the guys - if you're punishing yourself over your weight and body image you need to refocus on what's important - your whole self.
As Megan Fox gives an interview that she loves doing comedy there is a message for all of us - we all have hidden talents and abilities that we don't let shine through. Let another facet of your personality shine or develop it!
TODAY’S TIP: Back to those music videos - if you're a parent and you're concerned about this lately you can't say no to your young teenager watching the music channels. Or you can do as I did with my kids and record their favourite music programmes and fast-forward the overly sexy videos.
Stand up and be counted, it can be tough saying no to teenagers but it has to be done – that's our job as parents - we're not necessarily the most popular people on the planet!
There's always a price to pay time changes - I was on New York time and didn't sleep more than an hour - don't think I'm going to shine in my meetings today!
Good luck, Pamx