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XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 08:59 PM
I don't want to post the link to the video because one of the moderators will take it to the thread that we do not speak of, but I think you guys should look this video up.

3 girls basically ♥♥♥♥ an 11 year old boy and the mother refuses to sue the girls who violated her son. Pretty crazy, I would've killed to be in that kids position. Having 3 girls jump all over me trying to take my clothes off I mean.

l4nd0fc0nfu510n
06-05-2011, 09:01 PM
How old were the girls? What are the girls' families saying about this? What's the boy's dad think of this? Is the boy traumatized or what?

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 09:02 PM
How old were the girls? What are the girls' families saying about this? What's the boy's dad think of this? Is the boy traumatized or what?



The Girls were 14.

No information regarding the attackers families have been disclosed as of yet.

Single mother family of course.

I would think so, he was crying and calling out for his mom while the assault happened.

AsheMan
06-05-2011, 09:04 PM
The state will press charges now that it's gone viral. That kid is going to be teased for the rest of his life.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 09:05 PM
The state will press charges now that it's gone viral. That kid is going to be teased for the rest of his life.

Not only that, but he'll be messed up with a deep hatred of women.

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:08 PM
The OP is Drama Queening. First off it was an 11 year old boy being bullied by two girls. They took his clothes off as harassment then they ran off. Sounds like children being mischievous. The girls do not deserve any form of "lawsuit" or "Juvenile" punishment. Maybe a warning from police and parental punishment at most.

AsheMan
06-05-2011, 09:10 PM
The OP is Drama Queening. First off it was an 11 year old boy being bullied by two girls. They took his clothes off as harassement then they ran off. Sounds like children being mischievous. The girls do not deserve any form of "lawsuit" or "Junvenile" punishment. Maybe a warning from police and parental punishment at most.
They filmed it and ran off and posted it on Youtube. That's a more serious issue than what you brush it off to be.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 09:11 PM
The OP is Drama Queening. First off it was an 11 year old boy being bullied by two girls. They took his clothes off as harassment then they ran off. Sounds like children being mischievous. The girls do not deserve any form of "lawsuit" or "Juvenile" punishment. Maybe a warning from police and parental punishment at most.

LOL. Hey, me and 2 of my military buddies will hold you down and strip you naked. How would you like it if 3 males held you down, grabbed your genitals, pinned your neck down with a knee and stripped you butt naked all of the while filming the incident and posting on the net?

Would you not think that is ♥♥♥♥? God, you sicken me GP.

NiteHyeway
06-05-2011, 09:11 PM
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the birth of a new Ted Bundy!

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:12 PM
They filmed it and ran off and posted it on Youtube. That's a more serious issue than what you brush it off to be.

You mean like the Starwars kid? or the million other harassment videos that have been posted on youtube. Don't mind me while I go roll my eyes. :rolleyes: These kids get over it and move on.

LOL. Hey, me and 2 of my military buddies will hold you down and strip you naked. How would you like it if 3 males held you down, grabbed your genitals, pinned your neck down with a knee and stripped you butt naked all of the while filming the incident and posting on the net?

Would you not think that is ♥♥♥♥? God, you sicken me GP.

Clearly the mother isn't drama queening even as much as you. Seriously it's not the end of the world for the kid.

Wanakilov3
06-05-2011, 09:13 PM
Funny, if it was a girl and three guys, everyone would be going up in a riot (exaggeration, but they would be plenty more pissed then they are now).:rolleyes:

AsheMan
06-05-2011, 09:14 PM
You mean like the Starwars kid? or the million other harassment videos that have been posted on youtube. Don't mind me while I go roll my eyes. :rolleyes: These kids get over it and move on.
I must have missed the child pornography in the Star Wars video, thankfully.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 09:14 PM
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the birth of a new Ted Bundy!

Yeah, it sure seems like it. Sucks for the poor lad.

wazups 2x
06-05-2011, 09:14 PM
You mean like the Starwars kid? or the million other harassment videos that have been posted on youtube. Don't mind me while I go roll my eyes. :rolleyes: These kids get over it and move on.

Have you seen the video? I just want to know if you'd feel the same way if 3 boys did this to a girl? :confused:

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:17 PM
Have you seen the video? I just want to know if you'd feel the same way if 3 boys did this to a girl? :confused:

Boys prank girls all the time. Flip their skirts.. and more extreme things. Children DO these things without thinking.

The officer "said he didn't know if there was a crime committed but said it looked like a prank."

There you go. Enough said. It was a prank gone to far. Like I said, the girls deserve punishment. Not extreme, not Juvenile hall punishment. They don't deserve it. The OP is drama queening or trolling. Neither of which I want to take part of to be honest.

AsheMan
06-05-2011, 09:19 PM
It was obviously a prank, but they are going to get in trouble for the posting of the video.

wazups 2x
06-05-2011, 09:22 PM
Boys prank girls all the time. Flip their skirts.. and more extreme things. Children DO these things without thinking.

Holding a girl down on the ground with their knee and pulling of her shirt and pants while she's crying is NOT a prank. I never even thought of doing such a terrible thing when I was a kid. Seriously, that's just messed up.

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:22 PM
It was obviously a prank, but they are going to get in trouble for the posting of the video.

Not really. Mother has to press charges.

Holding a girl down on the ground with there knee and pulling of her shirt and pants while she's crying is NOT a prank. I never even thought of doing something like that when I was a kid. Serious, that's just messed up.

Yes and I've never thought of being mean to a boy like this. But some kids do. Please don't try to make it out to this kids life is ruined and he will be the next star on Dr.Phil. I've a feeling he will be fine in the end.

bluz74
06-05-2011, 09:22 PM
Wait until he finds out, girls gots cooties. Eeeewwwww.

CTRL ALT DEL !
06-05-2011, 09:23 PM
Was it bluz74?

Warhorse
06-05-2011, 09:25 PM
Boys prank girls all the time. Flip their skirts.. and more extreme things. Children DO these things without thinking.



There you go. Enough said. It was a prank gone to far. Like I said, the girls deserve punishment. Not extreme, not Juvenile hall punishment. They don't deserve it. The OP is drama queening or trolling. Neither of which I want to take part of to be honest.
Were do you live?, in all my life i have never seen 3 13/14 year olds pinning down and taping an 11 year old, stipping them naked putting there knee across there throat all while they are screaming for help and crying.

If that's a prank to you (regardless of it you do it or not) then you need some serious help as your basically saying it's perfectly ok to sexually assault someone if the person doing the assualt is enjoying it.

bluz74
06-05-2011, 09:26 PM
Was it bluz74?

I was never attacked by 3 girls....it was 4. :cool:

tibetanpunk
06-05-2011, 09:27 PM
The OP is Drama Queening. First off it was an 11 year old boy being bullied by two girls. They took his clothes off as harassment then they ran off. Sounds like children being mischievous. The girls do not deserve any form of "lawsuit" or "Juvenile" punishment. Maybe a warning from police and parental punishment at most.

Yeah, but you've really got to look at it in an equal rights kind of way...

If two older boys had stripped and humiliated a young girl, video-taped it and posted it on the internet, I guarantee that the law and/or the public would react very differently to the case and take it a LOT more seriously?

JimmyBananers
06-05-2011, 09:28 PM
Had this been 3 14 year old boys doing this to a girl all hell would have broken loose. Equality.

l4nd0fc0nfu510n
06-05-2011, 09:28 PM
"Come on girls, let's take this little boy's clothes off for the lulz!"

Rikachu
06-05-2011, 09:28 PM
Yes and I've never thought of being mean to a boy like this. But some kids do. Please don't try to make it out to this kids life is ruined and he will be the next star on Dr.Phil. I've a feeling he will be fine in the end.

This is not something an 11 year old boy will just shrug off. Not to mention he's on the internet now...

Wanakilov3
06-05-2011, 09:30 PM
Not really. Mother has to press charges.



Yes and I've never thought of being mean to a boy like this. But some kids do. Please don't try to make it out to this kids life is ruined and he will be the next star on Dr.Phil. I've a feeling he will be fine in the end.

You say it like its no big deal, yet I bet if when you were a kid, and you got stripped by three boys in public and broad daylight, then had your naked video posted all over the internet for people to watch, you sure as hell would care more then you are right now.

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:31 PM
Yeah, but you really got to look at it in an equal rights kind of way...

If two older boys had stripped and humiliated a young girl, video-taped it and posted it on the internet, I guarantee that the law and/or the public would react very differently to the case and take it a LOT more seriously?

The law can't do anything unless the parent presses charges. If a parent feels the son or daughter has been violated then it's their job to go through with it. This mom is being sensible about it. On an emotional level a girl would be far more traumatized from the experience. However this thread has degraded into an equal rights thread. Incoming close on political discussion. Nobody is looking at the fact the PARENT IS ON THE FENCE ABOUT PRESSING CHARGES. Nothing can be done unless she decides to. So instead of calling for equal rights maybe look at who is making the calls mkay.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 09:32 PM
The OP is Drama Queening. First off it was an 11 year old boy being bullied by two girls. They took his clothes off as harassment then they ran off. Sounds like children being mischievous. The girls do not deserve any form of "lawsuit" or "Juvenile" punishment. Maybe a warning from police and parental punishment at most.

I'm starting to get sick of your blatantly sexist comments. If 3 men did this to a woman, 14 or 40, they'd be going to juvie/jail. This is almost like a throwback to that other thread, where you seemed to think if a man punches a woman who is assaulting him, he should go to jail, but not her. Stop acting like women have the rights of men without the responsibilities that come with them. It's 2011, welcome to the last few decades

Warhorse
06-05-2011, 09:32 PM
You say it like its no big deal, yet I bet if when you were a kid, and you got stripped by three boys in public and broad daylight, then had your naked video posted all over the internet for people to watch, you sure as hell would care more then you are right now.

You forgot to add, all while screaming for help, shouting stop (this word is the main thing here) and crying.

Rikachu
06-05-2011, 09:34 PM
Really though... what the hell was the mother doing when this was happening?

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:35 PM
I'm starting to get sick of your blatantly sexist comments. If 3 men did this to a woman, 14 or 40, they'd be going to juvie/jail. This is almost like a throwback to that other thread, where you seemed to think if a man punches a woman who is assaulting him, he should go to jail, but not her. Stop acting like women have the rights of men without the responsibilities that come with them. It's 2011, welcome to the last few decades

Whether 14 or 40 the victim or victims parent makes the call on pressing charges. My comment wasn't sexist, it was sensible. Angry much?

Warhorse
06-05-2011, 09:36 PM
On an emotional level a girl would be far more traumatized from the experience.
I'm sorry but how on earth have you came to this conclusion?, sexual assault is sexual assualt regardless of gender.

I find it amazing that some people are actually trying to justify a sexual assault (and what is considered ♥♥♥♥ in some places).

Your comments are far from sensible.

JimmyBananers
06-05-2011, 09:37 PM
On an emotional level a girl would be far more traumatized from the experience.


Um why? I agree with you sometimes but that was damn stupid.

AsheMan
06-05-2011, 09:38 PM
Really though... what the hell was the mother doing when this was happening?

Maybe at work? Watching TV? The kid is 11. She's doesn't have to be by his side at all times.

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:38 PM
I'm sorry but how on earth have you came to this conclusion?, sexual assault is sexual assualt regardless of gender.

I find it amazing that some people are actually trying to justify a sexual assault (and what is considered ♥♥♥♥ in some places).

Your comments are far from sensible.

Clearly it's not sexual assault. Thats made perfectly clear by the officers.

Rikachu
06-05-2011, 09:39 PM
Girlpower, how exactly did you receive so much rep? I don't see how any sensible person would agree with you.

There, I said it.

AsheMan
06-05-2011, 09:39 PM
Whether 14 or 40 the victim or victims parent makes the call on pressing charges. My comment wasn't sexist, it was sensible. Angry much?I think the state's District Attorney can press charges if he feels it's warranted regardless of parental consent.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 09:39 PM
Whether 14 or 40 the victim or victims parent makes the call on pressing charges. My comment wasn't sexist, it was sensible. Angry much?

Actually, yeah I am pretty pissed. You're views on gender based crimes are hold men to a complete double standard. It's appalling. And I don't care how the mother feels, you'd flip your ♥♥♥♥ if this happened to your daughter.

(Reads other posts here)

And I'm afraid many others here feel the same way, it truly is sickening to know that this kind of mindset still exists.

Detry322
06-05-2011, 09:39 PM
He may be fine in the end, but it doesn't take away from the fact that is was sexual assualt.

If a girl was assaulted by three boys in the same manner, then the girl would be fine in the end, but there would be ♥♥♥♥ charges, and all the like.

It disturbs me that some refuse to look at the flipside.

EDIT: Grabbing the boy's genitals is sexual assualt.

Bud042
06-05-2011, 09:39 PM
Within 10 posts, you guys were already fighting

Threads like this are useless and everyone knows it

Rikachu
06-05-2011, 09:40 PM
Maybe at work? Watching TV? The kid is 11. She's doesn't have to be by his side at all times.

yeah my mistake, I thought the mother was somewhere in the video for some reason.

Warhorse
06-05-2011, 09:41 PM
Clearly it's not sexual assault. Thats made perfectly clear by the officers.

You need help, i'm gonna bow out of this one as there is no point talking with someone who is condoning this sort of assualt (on a minor!) and stating it's more trumatic based on gender, i recon if i stayed i would get banned for saying what i really want to.

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:43 PM
You need help, i'm gonna bow out of this one as there is no point talking with someone who is condoning this sort of assualt (on a minor!), i recon if i stayed i would get banned for saying what i really want to.

I didn't condone anything. Actually I am quite sure I said they should be punished.

lucid enigma
06-05-2011, 09:44 PM
Single mother family of course.


:eek:
As a single parent, I can't just read that and not ask WTF is that supposed to mean?
That sounds very much to me like one of the most absurdly prejudiced remarks I've heard for years!
What has the mother's marital status got to do with her child being abused by someone else's kids anyway?

BS_1
06-05-2011, 09:47 PM
I think this is why negative rep is disabled.

Gustave5436
06-05-2011, 09:48 PM
I'm sorry but how on earth have you came to this conclusion?, sexual assault is sexual assualt regardless of gender.

I find it amazing that some people are actually trying to justify a sexual assault (and what is considered ♥♥♥♥ in some places).

Your comments are far from sensible.

Not justify, just refrain from becoming morally outraged by some bull♥♥♥♥ news story which doesn't matter in the slightest. It's a bad and cruel thing they did, but we don't need to clap them in irons and ship them off to the Hague. Neither do we need to use one case of some kids doing a bad thing to another kid as an excuse to go off tirading about some male persecution conspiracy theories.

bassmaster
06-05-2011, 09:52 PM
On an emotional level a girl would be far more traumatized from the experience.
So people can do whatever they want to male kids because they are tough, like a good lil man?

IcarusNine
06-05-2011, 09:53 PM
Boys don't cry.
Cave Johnson, we're done here.

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 09:54 PM
So people can do whatever they want to male kids because they are tough, like a good lil man?

I didn't say that. I made it perfectly clear these girls should be punished.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 09:57 PM
I didn't say that. I made it perfectly clear these girls should be punished.

No, you made it perfectly clear that you think this should be punished as a childish prank, when if the genders were reversed you would call for much harsher consequences.

Desol8tor
06-05-2011, 09:57 PM
GP is right except she writes in such a trollish way that makes her sound ridiculous. Sometimes I think she does it on purpose but I don't want to give her that much credit, haha.

If 3 boys assaulted 1 girl of the same ages in the same fashion, would there be a different result? Probably. I'm all for gender equality, but let's look at reality here. We're in the year 2011 and men still make more money than women in the workplace (http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1983185,00.html) .

Kids are being kids, hell, I remember in 7th grade hanging outside school and watching ppl start heading one direction. I asked one guy I knew where everyone was going and he replied "we're going to beat the ♥♥♥♥ out of so-and-so, wanna come?" The kid ended up with a broken nose and a couple of broken ribs, kids were literally kicking him as he lay on the ground.

another jber
06-05-2011, 09:58 PM
Ehhh... what a ♥♥♥♥♥.
:D
Sorry.. but he kinda just sat there and took it.
I have to say that the whole taking his clothes off like that is maybe a tad creepy, a bit much.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 09:59 PM
I think we should all hold down Girl power and strip her nude in front of the internet. After all, it's just a prank.

l4nd0fc0nfu510n
06-05-2011, 09:59 PM
I didn't say that. I made it perfectly clear these girls should be punished.

Everyone else just thinks the girls should be punished more severely than you think they should be.

The girls grabbed his... willy. I don't know whether that falls under ♥♥♥♥, sexual assault, or just a plain-old prank, but if I were 11 and had older girls essentially molesting me, I'd probably be a bit confused/scared. He's at an age where horomones and stuff haven't really taken their full effect, if any at all. He doesn't understand all the sex stuff yet. He did not enjoy that, and his screams/crying should've made that clear to the girls. It went beyond a prank when they didn't stop immediately.

JimmyBananers
06-05-2011, 09:59 PM
I didn't say that. I made it perfectly clear these girls should be punished.

You going to pull a Newt Gingrich and say don't quote me on what I said cause I didn't really mean that?

Cause you definitely made it seem like you said it's a different case for boys than girls. I don't think anyone questions that you didn't say they deserve to be punished just not the same way because it's a different thing if it had happened to a girl.

bassmaster
06-05-2011, 10:00 PM
I didn't say that. I made it perfectly clear these girls should be punished.

Yeah buy why would a girl be traumatized and a boy not?

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 10:00 PM
If 3 boys assaulted 1 girl of the same ages in the same fashion, would there be a different result? Probably. I'm all for gender equality, but let's look at reality here. We're in the year 2011 and men still make more money than women in the workplace (http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1983185,00.html)

You're justifying sexism with sexism and calling it sense?

Yeah, good one bud

Microshocky
06-05-2011, 10:00 PM
GirlPower23, what the hell is your problem? Every single thread you do this in. Every single one. Stop trying to be the one thats unique with a different opinion. You are WRONG.

Reply with a snarky comment on how you're right and everyone isn't but you need to stop. You're either trolling or borderline trolling.

Speaking on the topic, i'm going to compare this to ♥♥♥♥. It's pretty close to that scenario anyway. Men don't get taken seriously when they're ♥♥♥♥♥, and there are plenty of cases like that. But women, you're like the anti-christ if you dare say they might be lying that they got ♥♥♥♥♥. It's unfair.

These girls need to be punished the same way as if 3 boys did this to a girl.

Bud042
06-05-2011, 10:01 PM
Reply with a snarky comment on how you're right and everyone isn't but you need to stop. You're either trolling or borderline trolling.

We all know this already

:rolleyes:

Desol8tor
06-05-2011, 10:02 PM
You're justifying sexism with sexism and calling it reality?




That is what I'm doing. Close, my friend, but not the same thing.

Do I think they should be punished the same whether it was a boy or girl offender? Yes. Would it happen that way? Probably not.

Bearkin
06-05-2011, 10:03 PM
If they were hot, then it can't be a crime.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 10:04 PM
:eek:
As a single parent, I can't just read that and not ask WTF is that supposed to mean?
That sounds very much to me like one of the most absurdly prejudiced remarks I've heard for years!



You think this post is offensive? You should see some of my others!

Anyways, my point being is that when I saw the single mom say she wasn't going to prosecute the girls for ♥♥♥♥♥♥ her son I said out loud "I saw this one coming a mile away".


It's just what I come to expect from single mothers after seeing so many stories like this over the years.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 10:04 PM
That is what I'm doing. Close, my friend, but not the same thing.

Do I think they should be punished the same whether it was a boy or girl offender? Yes. Will it happen? Probably not.

Sorry, I'm as much as a fan about accepting social norms instead of fighting them, but there's no sense rolling over and letting things like this blow over because it exists.

wazups 2x
06-05-2011, 10:06 PM
Kids are being kids, hell, I remember in 7th grade hanging outside school and watching ppl start heading one direction. I asked one guy I knew where everyone was going and he replied "we're going to beat the ♥♥♥♥ out of so-and-so, wanna come?" The kid ended up with a broken nose and a couple of broken ribs, kids were literally kicking him as he lay on the ground.

Geez, I never had stuff like that happen when I was a kid. That's messed up. I don't think that's kids being kids at all. More like bullies beating up kid.

bobzilla21
06-05-2011, 10:06 PM
You are WRONG.
There's no such thing as a wrong opinion. Just one that no one else agrees with.

That being said, I'm not sure I completely agree with GP either. While I wouldn't quite say that the girls deserve to go to juvie, they'd better be punished pretty dang hard for what they did still.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 10:07 PM
:eek:
As a single parent, I can't just read that and not ask WTF is that supposed to mean?
That sounds very much to me like one of the most absurdly prejudiced remarks I've heard for years!
What has the mother's marital status got to do with her child being abused by someone else's kids anyway?

(no offense trying to be given)

Children growing up in single parent households TEND to encounter more trouble in their lives. Nobody is saying you can't parent well, we're just talking about statistics, what he said was a tad... politically incorrect.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 10:08 PM
Geez, I never had stuff like that happen when I was a kid. That's messed up. Maybe because I live in Mormon Utah County?

Or maybe these people posting live in a dumphole?

Seriously, I live in Missouri and i've never seen any kind of craziness like this. This is just far out.



Both the public sexual assault and the people defending this behavior.

Microshocky
06-05-2011, 10:08 PM
There's no such thing as a wrong opinion. Just one that no one else agrees with.

That being said, I'm not sure I completely agree with GP either. While I wouldn't quite say that the girls deserve to go to juvie, they'd better be punished pretty dang hard for what they did still.

An opinion is worthless. It can be wrong. She does this in every thread, she always wants to be the one that goes against the current so everyone pays attention to her.

She honestly wants people to believe that boys have less emotions than girls in these types of scenarios.

Snorkel
06-05-2011, 10:08 PM
and the mother refuses to sue the girls who violated her son. Pretty crazy, I would've killed to be in that kids position. Having 3 girls jump all over me trying to take my clothes off I mean.

If I understand this right (we don't do suing for such things here, we just go to the police)...to sue would be to try and get money from the girls families to make up for emotional damage?

Won't the Police press charges against the girls regardless of what the Mother wants?

bassmaster
06-05-2011, 10:09 PM
You think this post is offensive? You should see some of my others!

Anyways, my point being is that when I saw the single mom say she wasn't going to prosecute the girls for ♥♥♥♥♥♥ her son I said out loud "I saw this one coming a mile away".


It's just what I come to expect from single mothers after seeing so many stories like this over the years.

Being single parent or not doesn't matter, look the girls must have two parents and they are attacking some boy like this, so two parent children are all attackers like these girls?

methodman123
06-05-2011, 10:09 PM
Technically, he just had a threesome ;)


Im sorry i have nothing to add, i think the best argument, "if this was a girl, and three guys had done this" has been repeated more than enough(1).

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 10:09 PM
An opinion is worthless. It can be wrong. She does this in every thread, she always wants to be the one that goes against the current so everyone pays attention to her.

I don't think she has some kind of attention need, just that she may have some radically different, and potentially harmful beliefs..

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 10:10 PM
If I understand this right (we don't do suing for such things here, we just go to the police)...to sue would be to try and get money from the girls families to make up for emotional damage?

Won't the Police press charges against the girls regardless of what the Mother wants?

It depends, probably since the video is viral the state is going to step in.

Microshocky
06-05-2011, 10:10 PM
I don't think she has some kind of attention need, just that she may have some radically different, and potentially harmful beliefs..

You're just rephrasing what I wrote into a PC sentence.

StaticZone
06-05-2011, 10:10 PM
An opinion is worthless. It can be wrong. She does this in every thread, she always wants to be the one that goes against the current so everyone pays attention to her.

She honestly wants people to believe that boys have less emotions than girls in these types of scenarios.

Yeah, that's the impression I got from her conduct in multiple threads. Just another attention ♥♥♥♥♥ on the internet.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 10:14 PM
I can't believe GP thinks ♥♥♥♥ is horrible for women and ♥♥♥♥ for men is just kind of sucks. I mean come on, what bull♥♥♥♥.


She wants a slap on the wrist for these rapists and not what the girls really need, a registration on the sex offender list accompanied by some jail time.


But once again if this was opposite day, GP would be crying for the death penalty.

Gustave5436
06-05-2011, 10:15 PM
(no offense trying to be given)

Children growing up in single parent households TEND to encounter more trouble in their lives. Nobody is saying you can't parent well, we're just talking about statistics, what he said was a tad... politically incorrect.

People with larger shoe sizes tend to be better readers
Increased ice cream sales tend to coincide with higher rates of murder

From this we need to note that (A) correlation does not imply causation, and (B) you can present the numbers in such a way that they appear to support any assertion you want

Nothing wrong with being prejudiced, as we are all only human. However, when you go so far as to try to scientifically justify your prejudices, then it becomes a problem because you're distorting science to fit your own personal interests.

edit: I'd really just insist we lay off the ad hominems in general, they just create a hostile environment for everyone.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 10:15 PM
She wants a slap on the wrist for these rapists and not what the girls really need, a registration on the sex offender list accompanied by some jail time.
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Alright now you know how GP is on one extreme end of the opinion spectrum? You're dipping close to the other pole.

Desol8tor
06-05-2011, 10:15 PM
Another point...

The onus lies on the mother to press charges, and she should. Nothing insane, but be reasonable so that the parents of the girls get the message that "hey, my daughter shouldn't be doing these things." Simple. No one needs to get sued out of their home here. Just a simple parenting reinforcement on the other end.

Definitely not going to comment on the "no charges, single mother" link because that is just...wow

GirlPower23
06-05-2011, 10:16 PM
GirlPower23, what the hell is your problem? Every single thread you do this in. Every single one. Stop trying to be the one thats unique with a different opinion. You are WRONG.

Reply with a snarky comment on how you're right and everyone isn't but you need to stop. You're either trolling or borderline trolling.


Speaking of "You do this in every single thread." You stalk me plenty in threads. I find it funny to say the least. There is no trolling or borderline trolling. Just because I don't go AMG THE GIRLS ♥♥♥♥♥ THIS POOR LITTLE BOY PROSECUTE THEM! SHACKLE THEM! Doesn't make me a troll. It's called being realistic. Grow up seriously sweetie.

PowerfulGiraffe
06-05-2011, 10:16 PM
I think this is why negative rep is disabled.That's BS and you know it.

I should be able to negative Rep bad comments. Total BS, smh.

XmXFLUXmX
06-05-2011, 10:18 PM
Alright now you know how GP is on one extreme end of the opinion spectrum? You're dipping close to the other pole.

Once again, I am only coming from an equality point of view. If 3 males did this, that's exactly what they would get. Why is it so different for women?

I like how American law is like this shape shifting beast that nobody can ever nail down.

Rocketeer
06-05-2011, 10:19 PM
People with larger shoe sizes tend to be better readers
Increased ice cream sales tend to coincide with higher rates of murder

From this we need to note that (A) correlation does not imply causation, and (B) you can present the numbers in such a way that they appear to support any assertion you want

Nothing wrong with being prejudiced, as we are all only human. However, when you go so far as to try to scientifically justify your prejudices, then it becomes a problem because you're distorting science to fit your own personal interests.

I'm pretty sure scientific studies have been done to show causation here. There are a lot of scholarly articles written on the subject, and trying to disprove a pretty much widely accepted theory by red herrings of non-causal relationships is a tad juvenile...

marie pavie
06-05-2011, 10:20 PM
My opinion? I think some remedial reading comprehension classes wouldn't hurt, here.