Skip to comments.South African teens get lippy over smooch ban - kissathons planned
Posted on 01/05/2008 10:57:27 PM PST by Atlantic Bridge
Johannesburg - Thousands of South African teenagers were due to take part in 'kissathons' across the country Saturday in protest over a new law that bans all consensual sexual activity among under- 16s, including kissing and canoodling.
The social networking site Facebook has become a rallying point for teens angered by the new Sexual Offences Act, which makes it illegal for teens to kiss, touch or rub up against each other, the Star newspaper reported.
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Therefore: It is time for a kiss.
BTW - Kissing can be much more disgusting if it is done by "elderly" people:
Now that’s something I can support, for their own good.
Stop AIDS. Stop having sexual contact.
What’s Gorbie reaching for?
Good luck, which theyll need and wont get.
Oops. That is a good question. :)
Well, it sure ain’t his wallet.
Speaking of which, when’s the last time Rush had a Gorbasm update ?
Music to read this thread by...
Mr. DENIAL Zuma is also the man who said that if a man with Aids rapes a white woman he can get rid of the disease. Why in the world would ANYone listen to this abhorrent man who peddles ignorance in his populist manner? He will one day stand before a Judge Who will ask him why it was good to steer impressionable young men to their deaths because did not believe the danger of aids.
Kids of South Africa who practice abstinence learn the virtues and blessings in store for those who do.
Wow, didn’t know about this guy. Just found this:
S.Africa’s Zuma takes fourth wife
What wonderful guy. I can see why millions of people are leaving.
Gentlemen, keep your canoodle in your pants, and it’ll stay between your legs.
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