Child sex campaigners have blasted women who have flooded Twitter with indecent tweets about footie ace David's son Brooklyn Beckham being "sexy."
After the cover debut, admirers even sparked the Twitter trend "Brooklyn Beckham can father my children."
Shauna O'Neill tweeted: "Never actually realised how sexy Brooklyn Beckham is."
But the comments caught the attention from child sex campaigners, who have now blasted women for lusting after the 15-year-old schoolboy.
Co-ordinator Phil Mitchell from The BLAST Project, which supports male victims of sexual exploitation, said that if an older male would have said that he wanted to have sex with a 15-year-old girl then the comment would have generated a very different reaction, asserting that an adult woman saying she wants to have sex with a young boy should be taken just as seriously.
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