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To: neverdem

Soft science agitprop and theological lectures are, IMHO, ineffective.

How ‘bout some hard data, OK?

How about telling the Lil’ Darlins that they imprint on their first sexual partner like a freshly hatched duckling imprints on the first moving thing it sees.

That means that Lil Darlin being mounted and ridden by the local Stud Posse member virtually guarantees her being imprinted on a ‘bad boy’ instead of someone who is willing to devote himself to loving, providing for, and protecting her. How can a female who gets into a sexual relationship at a young age possibly do so with an appropriate, caring and supporting male? She is just too young to form a lasting relationship, which before the advent of Feminazi-ism, used to be called a marriage.

The danger to society is that if she is trained as a sexual plaything, her pair bond formation intensity is reduced at each relationship. Have the Lil’ Darlins cassually f*cked enough and you have a population of emotionally and sexually maimed females.

Just what Democrats/Libtards/Statists need - an endless stream of non-functional voters needing intervention by gubment trough feeders.

I have to stop writing about this as my gag reflex may soon rebel.

:-(


3 posted on 12/03/2012 4:56:35 PM PST by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is necessary to examine principles."...the public interest)
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To: GladesGuru

>>>Have the Lil’ Darlins casually f*cked enough and you have a population of emotionally and sexually maimed females.<<<<

This happened more than 30 years ago, as I experienced personally in the late 1970s and 1980s. We’re already working on the second and third generations of this problem. By the way, it’s not such a healthy experience for young men, either.

Better give them a pill for that. </sarc>


11 posted on 12/03/2012 10:05:10 PM PST by redpoll
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