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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    Exactly, pretty much most girls wear skinny jeans these days. If you can't control yourself when looking at them, then too bad, sort yourself out. It's not up to the girls to change what they're wearing it's up to the men not to look at them in a sexual way.

    This same reasoning is used in Islam and in Muslim countries.

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    (Original post by SerenityLou99)
    By reading the OP's previous discussions is pretty obvious to see why this man doesn't like "12 or 13" year olds wearing skirts, he can't state why it offends him because it probably doesn't, it seems to me that the only reason he's bothered by it is because he's attracted to adolescents (evidence of his previous discussions/posts back this up, he's freely admitted it) so i don't think his issue is being "offended" .. I just think the temptation is too much for him.

    OP, your previous discussions disturb me.

    1. Attraction to adolescents (where you freely admit you are attracted to adolescents).

    2. Why is forbidden relationship so attractive? (where you as a teacher are attractive to "forbidden relationships" ...)

    And now this one? I feel like children are unsafe around you, you're a teacher and you're talking on a student forum asking about forbidden relationships and talking about your attraction to adolescents. You obviously have issues with children wearing skirts because it attracts and tempts you. Maybe you should get some help, i know i wouldn't be comfortable with you teaching a child of mine.


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    This is disturbing. OP you seriously need to seek help as you clearly have peadophilic urges.
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    (Original post by redferry)
    This is disturbing. OP you seriously need to seek help as you clearly have peadophilic urges.

    You are confusing paedophilia with ephebophilia for a start.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    On the note of child innocence, one of my Year 7 boys shouted across my classroom the other day "I love my girls like Nicki Minaj, big tits and big arse". Yeah they're really innocent. :pierre:
    Don't try and make this seem like it's only the year 7 boys you're worried about here.

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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    You are confusing paedophilia with ephebophilia for a start.
    Ah, the good ol' "if there's grass on the pitch, you can play on it" argument. That makes it all ok,
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    You are confusing paedophilia with ephebophilia for a start.
    The fact you always go to this argument as some sort of justification only makes it worse. Seriously seek help before you become a danger to the public. You can't repress those urges forever without seeing someone , especially working around kids.
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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    Don't try and make this seem like it's only the year 7 boys you're worried about here.

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    Ah, the good ol' "if there's grass on the pitch, you can play on it" argument. That makes it all ok,
    (Original post by redferry)
    The fact you always go to this argument as some sort of justification only makes it worse. Seriously seek help before you become a danger to the public. You can't repress those urges forever without seeing someone , especially working around kids.
    This is absolutely ludicrous. If I truly had such urges then surely I would be encouraging these young girls to wear revealing clothing rather than trying to put a stop to it?
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    Because young girls want revealing cloths and company's want the money of young girls parents.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    This is absolutely ludicrous. If I truly had such urges then surely I would be encouraging these young girls to wear revealing clothing rather than trying to put a stop to it?
    Not necessarily, if you were trying to control your urges you wouldn't want to see them wearing revealing clothes.


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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    For example, why do shops sell really short shorts/skirts for girls who are about 12 or 13? Can a law not be passed to stop this?
    Because young girls, teenagers, middle aged and old women be sluts nowadays
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    This is absolutely ludicrous. If I truly had such urges then surely I would be encouraging these young girls to wear revealing clothing rather than trying to put a stop to it?
    What is ludicrous is the Victorian-era argument you've constructed, but can't support in any way.

    Like I said - you say you're offended by a certain mode of dress, and would like to see it regulated - but you can't in any way define it. What you are offended by is purely subjective and the only arbiter is yourself.

    Do you not see any problems with this?

    As to your ancillary point - you've brought it on yourself. You've stated that you have at times found schoolgirls sexually attractive. Ok. Maybe it happens. But you're then going on to moralise about how disgusted you are as an educational professional when you see schoolgirls dressing in a mode which you aren't sure if you approve of or not.
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    (Original post by redferry)
    This is disturbing. OP you seriously need to seek help as you clearly have peadophilic urges.
    He doesn't need 'help' for being a paedophile. As long as he doesn't act on his urges (and yes, that includes watching child porn), then he's fine. I can't see the problem there.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
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    its true though.
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    (Original post by redferry)
    The fact you always go to this argument as some sort of justification only makes it worse. Seriously seek help before you become a danger to the public. You can't repress those urges forever without seeing someone , especially working around kids.

    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    Don't try and make this seem like it's only the year 7 boys you're worried about here.

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    I don't get how this thread has reverted to comments like this.

    It's obvious that no respecting parent would let their kids out of the house dressed like how the OP describes. Why are you being so disrespectful to the OP? What is wrong with you guys?
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    (Original post by aldanyh)
    The accusations being levelled here at the OP are silly. Typical of the immature kids that frequent this site to repeat a word they find on the internet without good reason. For a start, being attracted to an adolescent isn't paedophila, as paedophilia is an attraction to pre-pubescent children. Second, the OP has done nothing wrong. Third, it is natural that the OP worries about the sexualization of children given their profession and given some of the shocking things they've encountered, which I've read about in previous threads of his/hers like this one. Fourth, the topics the OP makes are of common interest; I'm a teenage student but also worry about issues like these as I have younger siblings and might have to bring up my own children in this society in the future.
    Thank you! I've run out of rep power today but I will do so tomorrow without doubt.

    Yes I am concerned about this topic, hence the vast number of threads on similar topics, but it is a very important topic and its importance can't be overstated imo.
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    (Original post by SerenityLou99)

    2. Why is forbidden relationship so attractive? (where you as a teacher are attractive to "forbidden relationships" ...)



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    When did I ever state that I was attracted to forbidden relationships? A teacher was listed as just one of many examples of someone who it would be forbidden to have a relationship with in certain circumstances.
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    (Original post by Pride)
    I don't get how this thread has reverted to comments like this.

    It's obvious that no respecting parent would let their kids out of the house dressed like how the OP describes. Why are you being so disrespectful to the OP? What is wrong with you guys?
    God, who knows? :nah: I don't even know how this transpired. I'm sure they think him being concerned of what young girls are wearing means he has a covert attraction to them. If not, I'll stand corrected eventually.
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    People not understanding what a paedophile is. What a surprise. Even though I don't believe young girls (or young boys) should be prohibited from wearing revealing clothing, I don't understand why parents are buying it for them. Either way, it's up to the parents and I don't think banning clothing is a good idea.
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    (Original post by SerenityLou99)
    By reading the OP's previous discussions is pretty obvious to see why this man doesn't like "12 or 13" year olds wearing skirts, he can't state why it offends him because it probably doesn't, it seems to me that the only reason he's bothered by it is because he's attracted to adolescents (evidence of his previous discussions/posts back this up, he's freely admitted it) so i don't think his issue is being "offended" .. I just think the temptation is too much for him.

    OP, your previous discussions disturb me.

    1. Attraction to adolescents (where you freely admit you are attracted to adolescents).

    2. Why is forbidden relationship so attractive? (where you as a teacher are attractive to "forbidden relationships" ...)

    And now this one? I feel like children are unsafe around you, you're a teacher and you're talking on a student forum asking about forbidden relationships and talking about your attraction to adolescents. You obviously have issues with children wearing skirts because it attracts and tempts you. Maybe you should get some help, i know i wouldn't be comfortable with you teaching a child of mine.


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    Ahh...that's where it went wrong :rolleyes: Just as I thought; didn't even have to read, people are just ridiculously predictable. And though this guy is out of order I'm sure less articulate people were impressed by this and then went on a harp about it on their own and started slandering the OP. The OP has very reasonable worries, all of this extra stuff is bonkers :blow:
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    (Original post by NathanW18)
    People not understanding what a paedophile is. What a surprise. Even though I don't believe a child should be prohibited from wearing revealing clothing, I don't understand why parents are buying it for them. Either way, it's up to the parents and I don't think banning clothing is a good idea.
    Yes...it would be unfortunate to ban clothes :teehee:
 
 
 
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