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#61 chef17

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 02:02 PM

So isnt' the guy that filmed and distributed the video guilty of distributing child pornography, or something like that?


Can't the websites that took this thing and showed it to everyone be charged with distributing child pornography? She was only 14...


From what I read some boy uploaded it to twitter or something and people were passing it around on there. But yeah someone should be charged with child pornography.

Honestly I'm horrified, it doesn't help that my daughter was just born, but I'd still be horrified.

What world are we living in that it's ok to treat a 14 year old girl like a porn star just because some lowlife guy manipulates her into doing something incredibly stupid?

Females are emotional by nature, throw in puberty and it's the perfect storm of hormones and emotions. When a girl in that situation falls for a guy he can get her to do just about anything. The moral burden lies with the guy to not take advantage of that fragile state. When he does he is guilty of a much more heinous offense than trying to please a lover.

It makes me sad to know that my children are growing up in a world where objectifying and humiliating girls is ok because "they ask for it".


I don't think its ok I just feel like she set herself up. If someone breaks into your house and steals a tv I would feel bad. If you go around telling people you just bought a new big screen tv and someone breaks into your house and steals it, you set yourself up for it so I wouldn't feel bad.

Now this obviously is far worse than the tv example but the same principle applies for me. When you set yourself up for a situation, I have no sympathy for the consequences that come your way.

As the father of a girl I would have had a split reaction.

My daughter would have very much gotten a "If you're going to act like a slut and a disposable human being with no self respect, then don't be surprised when people treat you that way" reaction.

The boys involved would have been hunted down and turned over to the local authorities for creating and distributing pornographic materials of a minor. If the local authorities refused to prosecute I would pursue a civil remedy.


This is pretty much my attitude. Whatever you do in your personal time is your business. But doing it in a public place with people watching, that is just stupid. I can't feel bad for the way people treat you when they do it based on a decision you chose to make.

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 02:34 PM

Some of you are some cold motherfugers.

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 02:36 PM

I'll bet her Facebook is very popular.

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 08:10 PM

Wow this is nuts! You know, that's why I am opposed to camera phones. Nothing good ever comes from it. Especially giving teens one of them. They may try to remove the video but the sad phrase is true: once on the net, its always there. I have 4 neices and this makes me cringe.

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 09:51 AM

If a 14 year old is giving oral sex at school, in front of other boys, I don't really feel all that bad for her.

Did she not think that they would "tell" others at the very least?

Let's put a little blame on the parents here.


Personal accountability and parental accountability are not allowed now...you shoudl know that.

It is all the "system's" fault for failing her.

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 01:35 PM

Wow this is nuts! You know, that's why I am opposed to camera phones. Nothing good ever comes from it. Especially giving teens one of them. They may try to remove the video but the sad phrase is true: once on the net, its always there. I have 4 neices and this makes me cringe.


Oh i for one am aaalllll for camera phones! :):)