Middle school hasn’t changed, Neckbeard. We just didn’t have a place like facebook back then in which middle school students could fully display themselves like they do now. Back then we made do with things like the bathroom wall.
What difference does it make where these people come from? It isn’t going to change the fact that this girl obviously wants to be a slut, and is happily degrading herself on Facebook. For some reason, she thinks this makes her look good. What a fucking moron, she might as well just go find herself a pimp. Whorebag.
Wish we could have seen the next few comments:
Ian: So, now you’re a little further away from being a child that I thought, how about some doggy style then?
*Silence, as frightened 14 year old wannabe skank runs back to her barbies*
Yeah there is an unfortunate problem with underage sex in the UK nobody seems know what love means anymore and seem to have the totally retarded Idea that if you think your in love with someone for the first time you need to give it up quick. The underage Drinking problem is probably fueling it like a wild fire. I blame Britains parents they’re too soft and shy to talk about the birds and the bees with they’re kids and rely too heavily on the state to do it for them through school.
Thanks for your input Professor. And now over to the folks watching at home. We want to hear from you? What do you blame for the increasing amounts of underage sex in the UK.
(a) The parents.
(b) The teachers.
(c) American culture.
(d) Rap music.
(e) The decline of the church.
(f) The lack of people to look up to.
(g) Political correctness gone mad.
(i) People have been having sex at the age of around 14 since the dawn of the human species and long before; increasing standards of nutrition have further lowered the age of female fertility (the more fat you consume, the younger you have your period), Juliet Capulet was 13; in the middle ages most people got married around this age and if you take a whole bunch of teenagers and stick them in boxes together with limited supervision it’s bound to happen. There aren’t very effective, non-draconian ways of avoiding it. Like drugs, it tends to be correlated with lower SES because people don’t feel incentives to avoid it on the grounds that they’ve other things to look out for and thus ultimately it probably a lot to the decline in social mobility in the UK and the fact that teenagers are, contrary to our laws and sense of decorum, naturally sexually active at that age. The best you can do is make sure they’re getting good sex education and free access to condoms, do your best to discourage them and if you’re all that worried about it possibly bring back the grammar/comprehensive division and/or single-sex schools.
@crystal, umm, was that sarcasm, or just an unfriendly post? I never claimed to know my son did not have friends like this, I just said I did not want to imagine it. But yeah, I do know my son pretty well. And I do know most (not all) of his friends. He is homeschooled, and so are most of his friends. So I know their parents as well.
If you think carefully all of this can be blamed on gay marriages, infact almost everything that is wrong about the world can be blamed on gay marriages. The churches were right in trying to stop this abomination.
@84 Just sayin’, being gay doesn’t automatically make you remarkable like it did in high school. I know from personal experience that it can be exhilarating and liberating to come out (oh boy look I did it too!) but you don’t need to go out of your way to try and make strangers think you’re interesting.