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Posted on 2006-06-22 21:33:09
Emilianino
Hi.
Few weeks ago I was listening one of those good bbc radio programs (bless them!) and I was sad after realising, once again, something that I had already knew.

The program was about a very difficult subject and it's hard to explain it here in few words.
Let's just say that it was about the "porn culture". Say, for example, the fact that 12 years old girls goes happily around showing their lovely bums wearing sexy (ugly) clothes saying "Playboy" or "Delicious" or things like that. Or, on the other side, 12 years old boys totally brainwashed by the rule that big boobs is good and "normal ones" are not.

I remember I've already said, months ago, to be totally uninspired (sexually) by this "sexy wave" that's all around the globe and goes nowhere...
The more wet and "diiiiiirrrrrrty" a girl (or a cocky boy) looks on picture, the most I feel emotionless.

Well... There will be a lot of people, surely, who would say that there's no problem if boys and girls are gonna be obsessed with sex when they are 7 or 8 years old...

So, they can happily have sex.. yes.. And maybe they can have a child, oh yes.. and maybe, why not, after few years trying hardly to play the mom and dad game, they will get bored. Oh yes...
And their poor child?? Son of who??? Playboy gadgets??! Porn culture?!

A day I was walking in Warrington (Uk, in-famous town where rapes and anti-social attacks are part of everyday life) and I've seen this little girl dressed as a porn bunny, with heavy make up. Cute, in a way, but absolutely out of her age.

Well, I just had a second to see her and then to see the expression of a drunken middle age man staring at her...
She was walking with her mum and god, forgive me but.. I wasn't that strong to stop her and say to her mum (probably the typical 40 years old divorced mum wannabe sexy -watching "sex and the shit" on tv-)
"you are putting your daughter in a high risk, permitting her to wear those clothes" and also "Did you explain to your daughter about what playboy is? Did you gently explain to your petal daughter that Playboy is basically the iceberg peak of a lovely world made by sucking cocks and making men wet??"

I wish I had a chance to say that.. But I didn't and I don't feel comfortable about it.

Anyway.. I've lost as always the sense of what I was wanting to say originally. Therefore, please take out some sense on your own and tell me whatever you feel about it.

AND: If you are a girl, whatever is your age and whatever is the heat around you, remember when you go out that still exist on shops some t shirts able to COVER your belly and pubic parts!!

BUT... If you like to make wet the male humans, well... that's another matter.

Emi
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Posted on 2006-06-22 23:14:55
laaran
Say, for example, the fact that 12 years old girls goes happily around showing their lovely bums wearing sexy (ugly) clothes saying "Playboy" or "Delicious" or things like that.
I never saw that in France.
Some girls show their underwear, a bit of their underwear. This is provocation against adults. Not clever, but not that dangerous.

Or, on the other side, 12 years old boys totally brainwashed by the rule that big boobs is good and "normal ones" are not.
Adults are also brainwashed about it.
Nice, that means less concurrence, it is easier to find a girl with normal boobs.
I support this form of "brainwashing". Not for me, for others.

remember when you go out that still exist on shops some t shirts able to COVER your belly and pubic parts!!
For the belly...
On the beach, young girls show their (rather pretty) belly.
And some men (or older women) show their (rather not pretty) belly.
I prefer the belly of young girls.
Old people, please do some sport.
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Posted on 2006-06-22 23:26:43
Emilianino
Mmmm....
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Posted on 2006-06-22 23:34:02
laaran
Oh come on.
You never watched a pornographic picture ? Do you say it is always unpleasant ?

I hate pornographic pictures of children (below 18). I can never tell exactly the age so I look only at women really older, I would say from 25.

And I hate (a bit less) these advertizing in 4 meters * 4 meters, with the girls in bikini just before my eyes. Some advertizing for Israel or Egypt or Martinique are like that, in winter, when I am wearing very warm clothes. Then it is rather funny and ridiculous.
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Posted on 2006-06-22 23:41:16
Emilianino
I hate children acting like sexy when they even don't know why they are doing it!!!!!
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Posted on 2006-06-22 23:47:01
laaran
OK. I dislike that too, not hate, just dislike that.

Where do you find these stupid parents ?
Just laugh in front of the girl, and tell she looks ugly.
Ah, this was on TV ? Watch something else. You can not save everyone in this world.
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Posted on 2006-06-23 14:56:05
LORDHUMONGOUS
@Emilianino,
Please understand that I'm not criticizing you. As you were growing up did you ever try to emulate your idols? Did you act like them, speak like them, dress like them. That's all this is. It's fashion. It's the trend. But more importantly it's acceptance. No kid wants to be the odd man out. Kids can be real cruel if someone is different. Could it be peer pressure? It's all an attempt to be part of the crowd. It's todays pop culture. Blame the media. Is it wrong for 11 year olds to wear thongs? In my opinion, yes! But that falls into the hands of the parents. After all they are the ones buying the clothes. And as you know some parents are more conservative and some parents are more liberal when it comes to their kids.
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Posted on 2006-06-23 16:00:34
Realphilip747
Blame MTV, and the Media its true and blame organizations that start replacing words like children and call them pre-pubescent women/men.
Or organiations like NAMBLA, hell im gonna throw the ACLU and Planned Parenthood as well.
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Posted on 2006-06-23 16:38:28
LORDHUMONGOUS
Realphilip747 wrote:
Blame MTV, and the Media its true and blame organizations that start replacing words like children and call them pre-pubescent women/men.
Or organiations like NAMBLA, hell im gonna throw the ACLU and Planned Parenthood as well.


I can see why you would put NAMBLA, but why would you put ACLU and Planned Parenthood?
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Posted on 2006-06-23 17:39:19
J-m13
even in Indonesia, we have this indo Playboy mags, but it's totally diffrent from u guys in west! :)
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Posted on 2006-06-24 03:46:06
Emilianino
All of you are saying things that I also think.

Blame and hate the tv, oh yes.

I haven't a tv and that's not to be cool.
It's just because music channels, honestly, are JUST full of tan legs and poor music (rarely revitalised by some good bands)... And just few programs are good, but not that special...

And if there is one thing I can't stand is the abstract surreal fact that tv's are showing sometimes "serious advertisment" (like a recent one I've seen in a bar, about women raped and football cup) and then, straight after that, adverts of perfumes with wet orange girls treated like perfumed objects by men.

That's awful. That's something terrible, a bad bad joke served to the brainwashed watcher on a silver and golden tray (probably part of the next rapper video, with girls, cars and chains).

Who's behind this people and this ideas, first, should be fired. Literally.
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Posted on 2006-06-24 14:58:37
Posthuman
Emilianino wrote:
(like a recent one I've seen in a bar, about women raped and football cup)


Yes,I think I know that one.About selling women,like,it it happening during World Cup in Germany,while people are turned toward game,some serious,ugly things are still happening.
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Posted on 2006-06-24 23:17:09
xxkellyxx
kelly
ooklathemok wrote:
@Emilianino,
Is it wrong for 11 year olds to wear thongs? In my opinion, yes! But that falls into the hands of the parents. After all they are the ones buying the clothes. And as you know some parents are more conservative and some parents are more liberal when it comes to their kids.


I don't entirely agree. I do think parents will obviously be the early role models for their children and as such, should be encouraging ambitions far beyond "being sexy".

However, the constant bombardment surrounding children at the moment can't be avoided by even the most "conservative" parents. I'm happy to talk to my children about sex, but I'm not happy that it's becoming difficult to shield small children from images of sexuality. The music marketed at little kids is showcased using provocative video's, they are saturated with images of sexuality, the clothing available in high street clothing chains is grossly inappropriate. I've trekked around several shops aimlessly simply because I don't want to buy my 7 year old daughter a top that shows her midriff or a tiny mini skirt and big boots. She's a little girl. It does become hard to fight, though.

I think it's difficult parenting children and teenagers these days, in a world where all the typical soap operas and tv shows they watch are full of sex, and even magazines marketed at 12 year old girls have articles like "look sexy for the boys".

Sex is for adults, not for 12 year olds.
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Posted on 2006-06-25 23:11:59
Realphilip747
Hey OOkla
I dont like the ACLU & Planned Parethood anyway. So whenever possible I always blame them for everything but in all seriousness, they have contributed to the delinquency of minors

The ACLU fights for the right of organizations like NAMBLA to exist, they fight for the rights of just about everything i stand against.

Planned parenthood, well they were founded by a racist woman who wanted abortion as a solution to reduce the population of colored people and of course helped to the death and destruction of over 2 million babies a year and argue for abortion on demand and abortions for minors, withour parental notification.
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Posted on 2006-07-05 02:32:49
KiLTRO
That's true, and I got to say this new behavior is misshaping the woman ideal model that all male are used to admire.
I'm from Chile, so you can imagine how far this philosophy has expanded all over the world. Now, the society has re-established what is cool and not cool about woman, relaying on this new mode, like talking about the boobs size. So, young men just think about the ideal woman, as a well shaped woman, not carrying about the inside, and saying that normal shaped woman are ugly. All of this, because young men are used to do or like what everyone does, in this case, this new mode and way to judge women.

Serous problem not getting any better...
 
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