"But there are some boys getting charged with with sex offenses that are 18 and their girlfriend is under 18. I know of one right now, the girl was a runaway at 15, the boy was ignorant and vulnerable trying to help, the 15 year old girl was a slut, and parents when they found their "precious" daughter, pressed charges. The 18 year old is being charged with a sex offense.
If he is convicted, he wiil stay labeled a sex offender for the rest of his life!!
Teach your 18 year old boys to stay far away from under 18 girls, and from my experience some of them are the predators!!!!"
That's a very good argument. Except for one thing: While you lament an 18 year old "boy" being labeled as a sex offender, you also label the girl as a slut. Interesting.
You don't seem to understand that by the time a "boy" is 18, he has already molested at least one girl, and maybe a boy, because the desire for sexual gratification begins at an early age.
As for the "slut", how do you know her father or some other male in her house or extended family has not been abusing her for years? Sounds to me like you need an education in sex offender behavior.
especially the way they "teach" sex ed in school - where they sit in mixed groups - boy-girl-boy-girl - and pass around condoms, are taught how to put them on cucumbers - have and have to draw, very detailed pictures, are treated like - we-know-you-re-all gonna=do-it - so's here's all the different ways, and pass around the different contraceptive devices, boy to girl to boy - etc...
the little bit I've touched on is mild compared to the rest of it.
I've sat in on some of there latent-imprint sessions - as a reporter at a state wide conference (the parents thought they were on a literary field trip! - They did not want me there - but couldn't bar me. I was guest speaker at a Boston TV talk show and debated the authors of one of the books they teach the kids from (not on the listed curriculum - and written by lesbians) Parents are naive and have no idea what their kids are actually subjected to in "sex ed" - and then, no consequences should you get pregnant - the parents need never know, just go to PP and they'll take care of it.)
Sex ed is programmed to break down inhibitions, teach them ALL about how to do it, get them wanting to experiment, etc...
Monkey....all your posts say more about you than the subject matter. Sorry.