girls having sex younger and younger

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whats the world come 2

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#1 Jul 18, 2011
What has the world Come to? I was in my subdivision and seen two 14 year old girls in miniskirts, walking with looked like 20 year old men
farmer girl

Brooks, KY

#2 Jul 18, 2011
that does not mean they were having sex,it could have been older brothers!!!
blame the boys

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Jul 18, 2011
blame the little horny boys who seduce them early and leave 'em standing wanting more and momma doens't have any sense at all. and the rest of the family is on drugs/alcohol... what do you expect? teach them little peckerwoods to keep the little woody peckers zipped up.
whats the world come 2

United States

#4 Jul 18, 2011
They don't hold hands or grab a
blame the boys

Elizabethtown, KY

#5 Jul 18, 2011
yep, horny boys. getting in these little girl's pants and causing all kinds of trouble. these boys don't want relationships, they just want to get off. anymore they don't care how young they are. no shame.
bottom line

Elizabethtown, KY

#6 Jul 18, 2011
Wake up! Girls are just as guilty. Girls allow them selves to be put in these situations also. Our youth has no morals period. Regardless of gender. To blame one is very ignorant. the problem is society is so accepting of pre marital sex. Even schools have day cares in them. Blame the f ING democRATs. They want to teach our kids about sex in elementary school. Not just between a man and woman, but between the sake sex. U only blame the boys and men. U are a coward avoiding or covering what either u or your daughters have done.
wow

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Jul 18, 2011
you know when teens wear there shorts up on there butt guess what that will turn the boys head in a minute and we all know it they want to be noticed or they would dress that way and there boob's hang out i see it and you do too parents should not give in to them . it's who can out do the next kid or they have to dress in name brand clothes i never had the fine things but i have what they don't i respect other's . i don't talk about those who can't afford what other's can't or what there parents buy them , but it is not about me they live in a whole different world and it is't going to get any better
just saying

Columbia, KY

#8 Jul 18, 2011
blame the boys wrote:
blame the little horny boys who seduce them early and leave 'em standing wanting more and momma doens't have any sense at all. and the rest of the family is on drugs/alcohol... what do you expect? teach them little peckerwoods to keep the little woody peckers zipped up.
blame it on the garbage that they feed you on the television...

Since: May 11

New Albany, IN

#9 Jul 18, 2011
I really don't think the problem is premarital sex per se, but rather a lack of personal responsibility. Heck, look at Sweden, Denmark, and Holland. Parent's practically encourage their kids to have sex in high school. But teen pregnancy and abortion are extremely uncommon in those countries compared to the US.

I do find the tiny skirts that the girls are wearing to be troublesome, given that our society doesn't promote reason or responsibility. This year they seem to be much more common here in LJ than before. I'm not a parent, but if I was I really don't think I would want my kids dressing like that until they were adults.

Personally I support the exact opposite of Bottom Line's view. I am strongly in favor of sex ed, and teaching teens to be responsible and to have enough respect for themselves, and their sexual partners, to use protection.
bottom line

Elizabethtown, KY

#10 Jul 19, 2011
Teens should be educated about sex. Not elementary school kids. Parents need to take a proper approach. Most parents neglect to show their children responsibility period. I was taught about sex in my middle school years. I believe it was a good thing. As for respect.......who has any for anyone. Our youth has none. Parents appear to encourage arrogance and a give me attitude.
that goth in LJ wrote:
I really don't think the problem is premarital sex per se, but rather a lack of personal responsibility. Heck, look at Sweden, Denmark, and Holland. Parent's practically encourage their kids to have sex in high school. But teen pregnancy and abortion are extremely uncommon in those countries compared to the US.
I do find the tiny skirts that the girls are wearing to be troublesome, given that our society doesn't promote reason or responsibility. This year they seem to be much more common here in LJ than before. I'm not a parent, but if I was I really don't think I would want my kids dressing like that until they were adults.
Personally I support the exact opposite of Bottom Line's view. I am strongly in favor of sex ed, and teaching teens to be responsible and to have enough respect for themselves, and their sexual partners, to use protection.

Since: May 11

New Albany, IN

#11 Jul 19, 2011
Well, Sweden has had tremendous success as a result of teaching about sex at a relatively young age. It just has to be done properly. God knows kids are already exposed to sexually oriented media everywhere they go, so it may be better to go ahead and give them the facts now, before they learn everything from primetime tv.
believer

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Jul 19, 2011
that goth in LJ wrote:
I really don't think the problem is premarital sex per se, but rather a lack of personal responsibility. Heck, look at Sweden, Denmark, and Holland. Parent's practically encourage their kids to have sex in high school. But teen pregnancy and abortion are extremely uncommon in those countries compared to the US.
I do find the tiny skirts that the girls are wearing to be troublesome, given that our society doesn't promote reason or responsibility. This year they seem to be much more common here in LJ than before. I'm not a parent, but if I was I really don't think I would want my kids dressing like that until they were adults.
Personally I support the exact opposite of Bottom Line's view. I am strongly in favor of sex ed, and teaching teens to be responsible and to have enough respect for themselves, and their sexual partners, to use protection.
if the parents believed in personal resposibility...this wouldnt be a problem! i dont much concern myself with teen pregnancy rates? check the suicide rates in denmark...! everyone can worm thier way out of the simple truths of the bible,but the facts still remain the same!
Anonymous

Vine Grove, KY

#13 Jul 19, 2011
Why don't you just sit down talk to your kids and tell them and warn them explain to them the consequences, fuck show them what happens and how difficult it is to take care of a baby at such a young age. And stop worrying about what the hell other people are doing worry about yourself.

Since: Mar 11

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#15 Jul 19, 2011
The problem is the parents just as much as the children. Parents are out of tune with their kids, afraid to upset them and too worried about being a "friend" to be a parent. There is also the parents on drugs or whoring around them selves and could care less what their kids do. On the up side thou, you can be the best parent in the world, yet kids will learn from other kids. It truly is a gamble as to how your child will turn out. I think when a teen girl starts dressing or behaving in an undesirable way or a boy behaves in such a way that you have no "control", it is time to seek outside help. Most parents see the signs but refuse to address them, sad but true.
heather

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Jul 20, 2011
melyssakaye wrote:
The problem is the parents just as much as the children. Parents are out of tune with their kids, afraid to upset them and too worried about being a "friend" to be a parent. There is also the parents on drugs or whoring around them selves and could care less what their kids do. On the up side thou, you can be the best parent in the world, yet kids will learn from other kids. It truly is a gamble as to how your child will turn out. I think when a teen girl starts dressing or behaving in an undesirable way or a boy behaves in such a way that you have no "control", it is time to seek outside help. Most parents see the signs but refuse to address them, sad but true.
I totally agree with everything you just said and people will prolly think hell just froze over.

Since: May 11

New Albany, IN

#18 Jul 20, 2011
believer wrote:
<quoted text>if the parents believed in personal resposibility...this wouldnt be a problem! i dont much concern myself with teen pregnancy rates? check the suicide rates in denmark...! everyone can worm thier way out of the simple truths of the bible,but the facts still remain the same!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countrie...

Actually Denmark's suicide rate is lower than ours. I will concede that Sweden and Norway have a slightly higher rate. The Netherlands has a much lower rate than ours. Look at the first 13 countries listed. ALL of them are socially conservative (although I will concede that Japanese girls often work as prostitutes).

And, putting aside the suicide rate for the tiny number of malcontents, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway are ranked as the happiest countries in every the world, by virtually every survey for the last decade or so.

Since: Mar 11

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#19 Jul 20, 2011
heather wrote:
<quoted text>
I totally agree with everything you just said and people will prolly think hell just froze over.
lol
Anonymous

Gradyville, KY

#20 Jul 21, 2011
believer wrote:
<quoted text>if the parents believed in personal resposibility...this wouldnt be a problem! i dont much concern myself with teen pregnancy rates? check the suicide rates in denmark...! everyone can worm thier way out of the simple truths of the bible,but the facts still remain the same!
Nothing about your post made any sense, except when ones views it as self-wankery.
fox

Louisville, KY

#21 Jul 21, 2011
that goth in LJ wrote:
Well, Sweden has had tremendous success as a result of teaching about sex at a relatively young age. It just has to be done properly. God knows kids are already exposed to sexually oriented media everywhere they go, so it may be better to go ahead and give them the facts now, before they learn everything from primetime tv.
The fact is Goth,everyone discovers their body earlier than anyone wants to admit,(regardless of race).By the time that most young men are potty-trained to the point of shaking the last drop,they have found it,and trying further to hide it from them is rather useless.So I personally don't think that education opens up any new directions for anyone.Most of the time,what forms a young persons mind about it,is how it is handled by those around him or her,and what they observe and believe is good and acceptable from youth.
believer

Campbellsville, KY

#22 Jul 21, 2011
that goth in LJ wrote:
<quoted text>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countrie...
Actually Denmark's suicide rate is lower than ours. I will concede that Sweden and Norway have a slightly higher rate. The Netherlands has a much lower rate than ours. Look at the first 13 countries listed. ALL of them are socially conservative (although I will concede that Japanese girls often work as prostitutes).
And, putting aside the suicide rate for the tiny number of malcontents, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway are ranked as the happiest countries in every the world, by virtually every survey for the last decade or so.
per capita it is not lower,i guess it just depends on whos doing the survey."putting aside the suicide rates for a tiny number malcontents"....are you a big government guy?

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