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    (Original post by loveleest)
    having sex doesnt mean you dont respect your body...
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    That was such a ridiculous post.
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    (Original post by Muhammad Shehzar)
    If the girls r ruining ur life so r it means that u r a boy..
    What on earth is this supposed to mean? :confused:
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    (Original post by butt plugger)
    You poor thing. It's hard isn't it?
    Pun intended?
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    (Original post by Danz123)
    With all due respect to your mother I completely disagree with that statement. 'Respecting' your body doesn't necessarily mean noone should touch it and you should guard it as though it were the philosopher's stone.

    Also, kids don't have a 'role' that they have to play by. Look at it this way; parents would be incredibly selfish if they told their children 'honey, you have to live a certain way our you'll hurt mommy and daddy mmk?' It's the parent's job to love their children unconditionally no matter what path they take in life, but of course not condone any harmful or criminal behaviour. If a kid wants to pursue his dreams and that may not be going to a top uni and studying something like medicine, then the parents should support them.

    When it comes to sex, kids (come the age of consent) are going to be having it anyway. Instead of trying to box them into a prescribed role and tell them to remain abstinent, have them get good sex education and teach them about safe sex. That's my two cents anyway.
    I'm glad my mother told me what she told me. You know why? So that I will not be another statistical addition to the 1,400 young innocent white girls from Rotherham, who had their lives destroyed when they were regularly sexually abused by a group of British Pakistani men from 1997 to 2013 and the police were nowhere to be seen.

    Parental guidance is so important. I am grateful to my mother and will forever be indebted to her.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-s...shire-28939089
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...r-purpose.html
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...-abused-report
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...abuse-children
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/503...-just-one-town
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    (Original post by ~Seraphina~)
    I'm glad my mother told me what she told me. You know why? So that I will not be another statistical addition to the 1,400 young innocent white girls from Rotherham, who had their lives destroyed when they were regularly sexually abused by a group of British Pakistani men from 1997 to 2013 and the police were nowhere to be seen.

    Parental guidance is so important. I am grateful to my mother and will forever be indebted to her.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-s...shire-28939089
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...r-purpose.html
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...-abused-report
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...abuse-children
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/503...-just-one-town
    well... that escalated quickly
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    (Original post by ~Seraphina~)
    I'm glad my mother told me what she told me. You know why? So that I will not be another statistical addition to the 1,400 young innocent white girls from Rotherham, who had their lives destroyed when they were regularly sexually abused by a group of British Pakistani men from 1997 to 2013 and the police were nowhere to be seen.

    Parental guidance is so important. I am grateful to my mother and will forever be indebted to her.
    So by 'you should have respect for your body' you meant 'you should not be sexually abused by paedophiles'???

    That is the epitome of a non-sequitur...
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    (Original post by ~Seraphina~)
    I'm glad my mother told me what she told me. You know why? So that I will not be another statistical addition to the 1,400 young innocent white girls from Rotherham, who had their lives destroyed when they were regularly sexually abused by a group of British Pakistani men from 1997 to 2013 and the police were nowhere to be seen.

    Parental guidance is so important. I am grateful to my mother and will forever be indebted to her.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-s...shire-28939089
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...r-purpose.html
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...-abused-report
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...abuse-children
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/503...-just-one-town
    What on Earth are you talking about? You obviously seem to have an agenda since you could have cited general stats (would still be illogical but anyway) on sex crimes or teen pregnancies, but you chose the Rotherham scandal? Why? Racism perhaps? Are you a white girl? Do you think only Pakistani men are capable of abuse? Why do you think abstinence is a solution to sex crimes? Right there you're showing incredible ignorance, poor cognitive skils and victim blaming all in one fell swoop.

    Stop. Just stop.
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    (Original post by butt plugger)
    Please.. help... Ask me anything... I want it gone... My virginity I mean... I want it gone...
    It's calm being a Virgin
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    Because it's full of introverted nerds? I'm not the one to talk though... :lol:
    You have a really pretty face btw just thought I'd let you know lol x
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    (Original post by yasaminO_o)
    You have a really pretty face btw just thought I'd let you know lol x
    i totally agree with you on that one. I think I'm falling in love with drowzee.
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    (Original post by butt plugger)
    i totally agree with you on that one.
    I probably shouldn't have posted that on this thread but it's too late now lololol
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    (Original post by yasaminO_o)
    I probably shouldn't have posted that on this thread but it's too late now lololol
    no. it's fine. don't worry about it. post whatever you want in my thread.
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    (Original post by yasaminO_o)
    You have a really pretty face btw just thought I'd let you know lol x
    Aww thank you. You're very pretty too.
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    (Original post by butt plugger)
    You poor thing. It's hard isn't it?
    yupzz but not that hard.
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    (Original post by Muhammad Shehzar)
    yupzz but not that hard.
    It's terrible though, Horrible. I feel like a travelling minstrel from the middle ages. And all I can eat is mouldy potatoes.
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    (Original post by Illiberal Liberal)
    What on earth is this supposed to mean? :confused:
    sorry it was kind of a mistake made by me. Regrets
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    (Original post by butt plugger)
    It's terrible though, Horrible. I feel like a travelling minstrel from the middle ages. And all I can eat is mouldy potatoes.
    Does fapping help?
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    (Original post by butt plugger)
    It's terrible though, Horrible. I feel like a travelling minstrel from the middle ages. And all I can eat is mouldy potatoes.
    lolz
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    (Original post by ~Seraphina~)
    I'm glad my mother told me what she told me. You know why? So that I will not be another statistical addition to the 1,400 young innocent white girls from Rotherham, who had their lives destroyed when they were regularly sexually abused by a group of British Pakistani men from 1997 to 2013 and the police were nowhere to be seen.

    Parental guidance is so important. I am grateful to my mother and will forever be indebted to her.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-s...shire-28939089
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...r-purpose.html
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...-abused-report
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...abuse-children
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/503...-just-one-town
    Lmao you posted this about your mum the other day, lmao just go ahead and tell her instead of sounding like and absolute piece of **** on the internet!
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    BrothelFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFor the Pompeii brothel, see Lupanar (Pompeii). For the 2008 film "The Brothel", see Brothel (film).A brothel is a place where people may come to engage in sexual activity with a prostitute,[1] sometimes referred to as a sex worker. Technically, any premises where prostitution commonly takes place qualifies as a brothel. However, for legal or cultural reasons, establishments sometimes describe themselves as massage parlors, bars, strip clubs, houses of ill repute, body rub parlours, studios or by some other description. Sex work in a brothel is considered safer than street prostitution.[2]
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    Etymology[edit]https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...ok-new.svg.pngThis section does not cite any references (sources). Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2014)From the French bordel, ca. 1200 "bordel" sing. "prostitution place". The French word bordel comes from the Old German word Bord, which means "board". This word was used to describe the shacks made of boards in which prostitution occurred.[citation needed] The word bord was firstly transformed by the French to borde, then quickly becamebordel.[citation needed]Brothels are known under a variety of names, including bordello, cathouse, house of ill fame, house of prostitution, house of ill repute, strippy, knocking shop, pleasure house, strumpet house, sporting house, or whorehouse. Under English criminal law, a brothel is commonly referred to as a "disorderly house".Business models[edit]https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...ok-new.svg.pngThis section does not cite any references (sources). Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2014)Brothels are businesses in which sex workers provide sexual services to their patrons. Brothels vary in size, style, and range of services offered. They operate using a variety ofbusiness models, including:[citation needed]
    • its prostitutes may operate as contract workers who pay part of their earnings to the brothel. They may at times be expected to "tip" support staff (cleaners, limo drivers, etc.). They will usually not receive benefits, such as health insurance, or tax withholding.
    • its prostitutes may be employees who receive a small fixed salary and a portion of the money paid by the customer, the balance of which is retained by the brothel.
    • its prostitutes may pay a fee for use of brothel facilities, with the brothel owner not being involved in the financial transaction between a prostitute and client.
    • its prostitutes may be forcibly held as sex slaves, forced to engage in prostitution under threat of violence.[citation needed]
    In most cases, prostitutes are at liberty to determine whether they will engage in a particular type of sexual activity,[citation needed] but forced prostitution exists in most places around the world, as does sexual slavery.[citation needed]Prostitution and the operation of brothels are legal in some countries, but illegal in others. In countries where prostitution or the operation of brothels is illegal, establishments providing sex services may describe themselves as bars, massage parlors, saunas, spas, strip clubs, or some other front.[citation needed]Even in countries where prostitution and brothels are legal, brothels may be subject to many and varied restrictions. Forced prostitution is usually illegal as is prostitution by or with minors, though the age restriction may vary.[citation needed] Some countries prohibit particular sex acts.[citation needed] In some countries, brothels are subject to strict planning restrictions and in some cases are confined to designated red-light districts.[citation needed] Some countries prohibit or regulate how brothels advertise their services, or they may prohibit the sale or consumption of alcohol on the premises.[citation needed] In some countries where operating a brothel is legal, some brothel operators may choose to operate illegally.[citation needed]Legal status[edit]Attitudes around the world to prostitution and how it should be regulated (if at all) vary considerably, and have varied over time. Part of the discussion impacts on whether the operation of brothels should be legal, and if so, to the regulations they should be subjected to.On 2 December 1949, the United Nations General Assembly approved the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others.[3] The Convention came into effect on 25 July 1951 and as at December 2013 has been ratified by 82 states.[4] The Convention seeks to combat prostitution, which it regards as "incompatible with the dignity and worth of the human person." Parties to the Convention agreed to abolish regulation of individual prostitutes, and to ban brothels and procuring. Some countries not parties to the Convention also ban prostitution or the operation of brothels.Various United Nations commissions, however, have differing positions on the issue. For example, in 2012, a Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) convened by Ban Ki-moon and backed by United Nations Development Programme and UNAIDS, recommended decriminalization of brothels and procuring.[5][6][7][8]In the European Union, there is no uniform policy and no consensus on the issue; and laws vary widely from country to country. Netherlands and Germany have the most liberal policies; in Sweden (and in Norway and Iceland outside the EU) the buying, but not selling, of sex, is illegal; in most former Communist countries the laws target the prostitutes; while in countries such as the UK, Ireland and France the act of prostitution is not itself illegal, but soliciting, pimping and brothels are, making it difficult to engage in prostitution without breaking any law. The European Women's Lobby condemns prostitution as "an intolerable form of male violence" and supports the "Swedish model".[9]In February 2014, the members of the European Parliament voted in a non-binding resolution, (adopted by 343 votes to 139; with 105 abstentions), in favor of the 'Swedish Model' of criminalizing the buying, but not the selling of sex.[10]Prostitution and the operation of brothels is illegal in many countries, though known illegal brothels may be tolerated or laws not strictly enforced. Such situations exist in many parts of the world, but the region most often associated with these policies is Asia. When brothels are illegal, they may nevertheless operate in the guise of a legitimate business, such as massage parlors, saunas or spas.In other places, prostitution itself may be legal, but many activities which surround it (such as operating a brothel, pimping, soliciting in a public place) are illegal, often making it very difficult for people to engage in prostitution without breaking any law. This is the situation, for example, in the United Kingdom, Italy and France.In a few countries, prostitution and operating a brothel is legal and regulated. The degree of regulation varies widely by country. Most of these countries allow brothels, at least in theory, as they are considered to be less problematic than street prostitution. In parts of Australia, for example, brothels are legal and regulated. Regulation includes planning controls and licensing and registration requirements, and there may be other restrictions. However, the existence of licensed brothels does not stop illegal brothels from operating. According to a report in the Daily Telegraph (Australia), illegal brothels in Sydney in 2009 outnumbered licensed operations by four to one;[11] while in Queensland only 10% of prostitution happens in licensed brothels, with the rest being either unregulated or illegal.[12]The Netherlands has one of the most liberal prostitution policies in the world, and attracts sex tourists from many other countries. Amsterdam is well known for its red-light district and is a destination for sex tourism. Germany also has very liberal prostitution laws. The largest brothel in Europe is the Pascha in Cologne. Although the Dumas Hotel in Butte, Montana operated legally from 1890 until 1982, brothels are currently illegal throughout the United States, except in rural Nevada; prostitution outside these licensed brothels is illegal throughout the state. All forms of prostitution are illegal in Clark County, which contains the Las Vegas–Paradise metropolitan area.
 
 
 
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