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Old 01-07-2006, 04:26 PM   #16
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thank you! this is what i mean, i saw 11 yr olds (and i asked them
there age) making out at the swimming pool, i didnt even know what or how to makeout or anything like that when i was 11!
Ahahah true... you can play doctor as a kid, silly innocent games, but at 11 I was trading Pokemon cards and not even thinking about these things More and more it seems kids/teenagers lose their virginity at young age. It's just too bad, loosing innocence at 10 or 11
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Old 01-07-2006, 04:36 PM   #17
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its so annoying when my friends bfs say really rude stuff about how u2 sucks and they say that there music selection is why better when there going aroung singing rap and hoes and bitches!ya really macher(means acting older)
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experimenting with kissing is hardly loosing viginity. It's fine for kids to experiment and be curious about their sexuality. The problem comes when their parents aren't giving them the right information or encouraging them in the right direction, so all of their info about sex and relationships comes from TV shows, magazines, and what their friends say. Again, the issue is in parenting, not bad teens. Parents need to be more involved in their kids' lives so that kids are more confident and have the right knowledge about sex and relationships.
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^my mom never said anything to me, she let the school teach me about that topic!but i would never makeout with any one at a swimming pool that to risky and stupid!
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experimenting with kissing is hardly loosing viginity. It's fine for kids to experiment and be curious about their sexuality.
I know the little girl she talked about only made out but I heard of cases where the kids actualy did it. The youngest case I've been told about was 6, and I know the two persons implied in the thing. That is... ah... horrible ? The girl simply told me that she wanted to do like she saw on TV at the time and that she regretted.

I'm glad my parents always were very open with me. I can talk about it openly and my mother answered all my questions without any timidity or repulsion.
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I agree with the parenting but parents can't watch or protect their kids from everything in society. When I was a kid, the only thing questionable for me to look at in magazine store was the top shelf with Playboy, Penthouse, Genesis and maybe a couple of other mags. The magazines that were out there were not giving oral sex tips or having every female celebrity appear semi-naked in raccoon makeup in every issue like FHM. There are more magazines like Maxim on the newstands now than there were adult magazines when I was a kid. Cosmo and their ilk aren't helpful for the girls either. The information in these magazines is just trash. And vendors will sell this trash to any age group, they don't care since they don't carry an age limit like adult mags.

I think it is WAY harder for a parent to be involved and inform their kids than in the past. The internet, 100 or more channels, we had 5-8 if we were lucky, music videos, dvds, video games, I don't have kids but I'm sure parents must feel overwhelmed with trying to keep their kids grounded plus many people have no idea how to talk to their kids about these issues which is unfortunate.
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^music videos are the worst, ill stick 2 vertigo thank you!
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^music videos are the worst, ill stick 2 vertigo thank you!
Ahaha it reminds me... I was watching muchmusic with my grandma on the 1st of January and hey passed a clip of Mariah Carrey... She was like : OMG ! What is that woman doing ? Showing all her ass like this !

She's was overacting a bit, but she's still right U2 turns me on a lot more than rappers with their thousands of semi-naked girls dancing around them. U2... Long live rock
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^and every one think raps the best..best for what sluts!
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^and every one think raps the best..best for what sluts!
hey hey.... easy on the hiphop
we only mirror this fucked up society

more often than not, rocker´s attitudes are quite sexist.
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Mmhmm.
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hey hey.... easy on the hiphop
we only mirror this fucked up society

more often than not, rocker´s attitudes are quite sexist.
i have no problem with the likes of run DMC and public enemy. i even tolerate eminem sometimes. but stuff these days IS crap. its all samey. i wish for once someone would breakout and do something different. the last "different" thing i heard was outkasts hey ya.
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oh, erm with regards to teenagers and kids these days, i think its safe to say kids have always been unruly and hard to control, but in this day and age, kids are growing up to fast. they seem to forget childhood completely, and are missing out the innocent part of their life. its a shame, because if things keep going the way they are, id hate to bring my kids up (if i ever have any) in this sort of environment. i see it in school, not even like rumours, but people openly disscusing who slept with who, and people taking drugs downtown at lunchtime. i know for fact at least 2 people in my year have been, or are pregnant.

its gone too far.
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This is one of those times where, and I'm learning, people..........

where I just won't say anything.
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you just did.
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