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I am growing more and more concerned about the amount of threads appearing which concern teen sexuality. Patricularly concerning are threads
such as "one night stands" and "what should i do?" which are
promoting promiscuity. What is going to be done about this?
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I am growing more and more concerned about the amount of threads appearing which concern teen sexuality. Patricularly concerning are threads
such as "one night stands" and "what should i do?" which are
promoting promiscuity. What is going to be done about this?
LOL i love this guy - he's great.
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I am growing more and more concerned about the amount of threads appearing which concern teen sexuality. Patricularly concerning are threads
such as "one night stands" and "what should i do?" which are
promoting promiscuity. What is going to be done about this?
Why is Mr White not in your signature?
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I am growing more and more concerned about the amount of threads appearing which concern teen sexuality. Patricularly concerning are threads
such as "one night stands" and "what should i do?" which are
promoting promiscuity. What is going to be done about this?

I dont think these threads are promoting promiscuity, as that is the the individuals nature not a thread. Ultimately I think the individuals have every right to ask/seem answer or opinions on any topic they choose.
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Why is Mr White not in your signature?
I would not wish to degrade the great man by associating himself in any way with me.
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I dont think these threads are promoting promiscuity, as that is the the individuals nature not a thread. Ultimately I think the individuals have every right to ask/seem answer or opinions on any topic they choose.
Well what do you think about people offering advice such as:

"s**g her"
"give her one for the lads"
"roger her from behind"

???
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Well what do you think about people offering advice such as:

"s**g her"
"give her one for the lads"
"roger her from behind"

???
I think that they might be joking.
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I think that they might be joking.
I feel humour is inappropriate given the context.
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I feel humour is inappropriate given the context.
But you don't think that it's appropriate in any context.
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I am growing more and more concerned about the amount of threads appearing which concern teen sexuality. Patricularly concerning are threads
such as "one night stands" and "what should i do?" which are
promoting promiscuity. What is going to be done about this?
People just want to write about things that concern them. They are not promoting promiscuity, and if there was a thread entitled "go out and shag loads of people, and that's an order" do you think anyone would blindly do it if they weren't already promiscuous?

Don't worry about it. Promiscuity is a choice anyway, and shouldn't be condemned in the first place, but that's beside the point.
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But you don't think that it's appropriate in any context.
I feel it is permissable in particular contexts, such at a child's birthday party.
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Well what do you think about people offering advice such as:

"s**g her"
"give her one for the lads"
"roger her from behind"

???
Unfortunatley the response people give in return to the individuals thread can be far from realistic or unhelpful I agree. However it is up to the individual to decide what to do with all of the info they recieve. Common sense would obviously play a huge part.
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I feel it is permissable in particular contexts, such at a child's birthday party.
What about at a stand-up comedy show?
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I feel it is permissable in particular contexts, such at a child's birthday party.
So would sexual humour at a child's birthday party be okay then?
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What about at a stand-up comedy show?
As long as there is no bad language or sexual references, then that may also be permissable.
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As long as there is no bad language or sexual references, then that may also be permissable.
And what about if its an 18+ show?
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So would sexual humour at a child's birthday party be okay then?
Of course not you loathsome cad!!
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As long as there is no bad language or sexual references, then that may also be permissable.
Who do you think you are?! Why should people change the way they express themselves to suit you? Are you serious?

If you don't like bad language you can easily avoid comedy clubs or tv programmes where it might crop up. Stop being so bloody pompous.

You've got to be kidding though, surely...?

Edit: yes, you're kidding. Thank f**k for that!
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Of course not you loathsome cad!!
But wouldn't the facts that humour at a child's party is good and that sexual humour is bad cancel each other out to produce something that is neutral and therefore acceptable?
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