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Mihos

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I don't have so much problem with this. In the age of the internet these kids will inevitably be exposed to this and probably start doing themselves. Better to get the information from a better source than porn sites. Also there's a correlation between more sex education to kids and less teen pregnancies.
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the internet is there, that is true, but it shows you what you want to see. yes if someone wants to find out about bsdm, if they are curious enough to take the initiative themselves to look it up online, they can find out that stuff. that works well, because if you aren't search for that term, you probably won't see those pages. this means only people who are naturally curious likely look into those kind of fetishes. the internet does not just give everyone all this stuff, you have to look for it.

there is a huge difference between that, putting it behind several search terms and filters, as well as access, which has to be given to the child via the parent, and just giving them all the information at school, outside of their house, by a stranger, who may or may not have a political chip in the game one way or another. it seems like a way to encourage activist teachers. don't we have an educational crisis in this country? what waste our money time and energy on things like this?

personally i have no problem with consenting adults doing these things. anything you need to cover safety wise should easily be covered in the normal sex ed classes. i don't see why consent or other safety measures would be different from situation to situation. is there something they can't cover in the regular classes? protection against STDs and VDs of course apply to all these things but again they cover those in the normal classes. i have to wonder, what is the educational purposes of spreading these materials?
 
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I've been saying this for YEARS.
 

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Deaf 'Islamic convert' is named as Paris police HQ attacker: IT worker who fell out with supervisor 'over dealing with women' slaughters four colleagues, including female officer, with a knife before being shot dead
  • Michael Harpon, 45, stabbed and killed four colleagues with a ceramic knife
  • The knifeman was shot dead in the courtyard of the Paris police headquarters
  • Colleagues said he had worked there for 20 years and had security clearance
  • Union bosses described the attack as a 'moment of madness' and internal row
  • Anti-terror agencies are 'evaluating' the situation, the Paris prosecutor said
  • Emmanuel Macron has gone to the police headquarters to show his 'solidarity'
 
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-this one got removed due to backlash. Why was it even on the list?





So... if the boy likes trucks and superheroes... challenge him?
The Death Cult has recruited the pedophiles. Turn the wall North At Arizona.
 

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-this one got removed due to backlash. Why was it even on the list?

So... if the boy likes trucks and superheroes... challenge him?
This is literally deprogramming. Grab them early and steer then away from their natural tendencies as early as possible.



I can't. Too much clown world, i need more coffee. 6 fucking months!

Yes, the problem must be that we haven't properly educated our infants, you fucking nutjobs.
Another example. Suppress natural tendencies, conform to group think. We are the borg resistance is futile.

 
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It says they can opt out though. Still teen pregnancies affect the entire society, more health care costs and disfunctional families.
So would you support mandatory gun training and gun safety classes with nice dose of education in Civics and Constitutional theory? You know, replace that man sized cock with a gun, that condom with trigger discipline, and the gender theory with the Federalist Papers? Start small, of course - pre-K and kindergarteners just play 'cops & robbers' with cap guns and recite the Pledge of Allegiance. We wait till 11 for live rounds.

But, before you complain, please note parents can opt out their kids out of the shooting range. Not anything else, though.

PS - with the exception of the obvious jokes, I would fully support the above. Civics and basic gun safety and responsibility are important.

Pps - my idea is far more in line with the founding principles of our country. Personally, i don't want gov't anywhere near education exactly because of these ideological issues.
 
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So would you support mandatory gun training and gun safety classes with nice dose of education in Civics and Constitutional theory? You know, replace that man sized cock with a gun, that condom with trigger discipline, and the gender theory with the Federalist Papers? Start small, of course - pre-K and kindergarteners just play 'cops & robbers' with cap guns and recite the Pledge of Allegiance. We wait till 11 for live rounds.

But, before you complain, please note parents can opt out their kids out of the shooting range. Not anything else, though.

PS - with the exception of the obvious jokes, I would fully support the above. Civics and basic gun safety and responsibility are important.

Pps - my idea is far more in line with the founding principles of our country. Personally, i don't want gov't anywhere near education exactly because of these ideological issues.
If they could get guns easily from the internet and learn shooting from there i guess it would make sense. Better to learn shooting from a more reliable source.

I remember when i was in high school a friend would sometimes Bring these porn magazines and all of us were looking at them with all these morbosity and curiosity. Kids are curious and rebellious, they will always find the way to get to see what they're not supposed to be seeing. I can't Imagine kids these days with the internet, im just glad i didnt grew up with such easy access to that stuff, it could fuck up your mind and perception of reality. So i think learning from better sources is a good thing.

Here in Europe sex education is not seen as such a taboo subject and it translates into less teen pregnancies and less diseases.
 

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Fear is the babykiller?
“I must not fear. Fear is the baby-killer. Fear is the little-baby that brings total obliteration. I will face my baby. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when the baby has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its diaper. Where the baby has baby there baby baby baby baby. Only I baby remain.”

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Today's visit into clown world is too much. I can't imagine living in California with my 2 and 6 year olds.
Same here. My state is getting bad enough. Already floated the idea of moving to my wife to plant the seed. My kids are 2 and 5, 3 and 6 within the month.
 
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