AAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

Remebering I like to keep things light I am a littel leary of putting this up, I may take this down later, but right now I needed a place to vent.

In the past two weeks there have been Five arrests and one warrent out for an arrest in the area of Child molestation. One was a church youth worker, One a soccer coach, one was a teacher, and two were residence of central Alberta. These two were particulllarly awful in that the were producing child porn. Just so you know one of the two was a woman. Yes people pedophilia knows no gender bounds. The person still on the “lamb” is another Canadian wanted in Thailand.

Now this situation would normally only set my blood at a medium to high boil, but couple it with the costumes that I saw in the last week as well as last night and I get nuclear reactor meltdown. I have seen kids under the age of 10 dressed as a sexy nurse, a hoochy devil, a cocktail waitress, and a sexy pirate. Not to mention the sexy pumpkin I found at the store. A pumpkin is round, large and orange. There is nothing sexy about a pumpkin and yet manufacturers managed to sex up a pumpkin.

I am mad! I am mad at the manufatures and the “media” for creating this stuff and the enviroment that makes it oh so desireable.But my anger doesn’t stop there, I am mad at you parents who are shelling out the dough and buying it. I bet if you interview every parent who bought that stuff they would say “My worst nightmare would be to have my daughter molested, kidnapped and or killed.” They would claim they would do everything in their power to prevent that from happening and yet their little girls are running around in the dark dressed like they are for sale.

As for the slightly older kids (12-18) you parents still have the power. Yes your sneeky daughter may sneek a sexy outfit out under their modest costume to be revealed later at a friends party. Fine! When they get caught they suffer the consiquence. Maybe they have to wait and extra month to get their learners permit or they loose driving privilages all together. Or how about they do a weeks commmunity service in a womens shelter or a childrens cottage and see what path they might be heading down.

Now we all have free will and I don’t want to take that away. In a perfect world we could all wear what we want, but we don’t live in a perfect world and there can be serious consiquences to the choices that we make. I am not taking the responsibilty away from the scum that abuse little kids nobody gets away with that. I however would never dress my child in a pair of shorts that say “Juicy” or “Delicious”. (mostly because they are boys, but I don’t think I would do it if I had girls either) You would never invite an alcoholic to a wine and cheese unless you are cruel and you should never advertise your daughter to a pedophile.

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9 thoughts on “AAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

  1. I’m so with you on this one. I don’t think I can even add anything to your post, but since I don’t know when to shut up I will anyway.

    I remember once hearing about a girl who was raped. The attacker basically said she had it coming because of the way she was dressed. My mother made it very clear to me that was not logical and it was NOT the girl’s fault she was raped, but that we shouldn’t “advertise” ourselves, either. One major consequence of dressing “sexy” is that we are putting ourselves out there as objects to be desired and taken at any cost. It makes me sooooo angry to see some of the clothing geared for young girls. An 8 year old doesn’t need to be wearing belly-bearing shirts or halter tops. Why are there thongs for 10 year olds?

    Another thing about dressing young girls this way is that as they get older, they think this is the only way to dress if they want to be attractive. They have become so “sexified” that we shouldn’t find it a surprise that junior hgh kids have STDs and are getting pregnant. High school kids have already had numerous sexual partners, and aren’t ashamed of that. College girls have this goal to be one of Hef’s girlfriends or to get on the cover of Maxim or Playboy. Since when is THAT acceptable???

    Okay, I’m in the middle of a rage, but I need to stop before I write a book. Sorry. I just can’t stand the way the little girls are dressed, and I have to teach my sons to respect these girls that obviously haven’t been taught to respect themselves??? What’s wrong with this picture???

  2. Paul came home from trick or treating last night and was so upset about the costumes he had seen. There are MIDDLE SCHOOLS who are offering the pill in their clinics. This is a problem, for sure.

    And it makes me upset that my boys (and your boys) are seeing that.

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  4. I totally agree Alyson! It is frustrating that my kids have to see that. My girls were pretty princesses, which they are! I don’t need them to grow up so quickly! Thanks for posting this (so I didn’t have to 😉

  5. “I have to teach my sons to respect these girls that obviously haven’t been taught to respect themselves”

    What Sariah said resonated with me, because I think I can answer it. If your sons are raised properly, and associate with friends who are raised properly, this won’t be an issue. Your sons will naturally be attracted to girls that have a good grounding of self-respect, and those girls will naturally seek out your sons. The silly ones who get taken in by these things would be silly no matter how they dressed, if you know what I mean. We all say, “It’s what’s inside that counts.” It’s not just beauty. It’s clothing choice as well. Most sensible girls don’t make poor clothing choices. And if they do…they are still sensible girls overall. Oh, and silly girls usually get their silliness from silly parents. And we all know there are a lot of those around.

    But none of this is about pornography and pedophilia. That’s just a different thing entirely. I’m not sure how it relates to silly girls and their silly parents. Kind of like silly parents trusting silly boys with fireworks. The danger is there and to ignore it would be irresponsible. I don’t know if that’s a good analogy or not. Fireworks do not prey on silly boys — but young boys who play with fireworks ARE flirting with danger. Parents need to step in and set boundaries. (Okay, that’s what I’m trying to say.)

    Did anyone understand that last part? I guess I’m agreeing with Alyson in blaming the parents for not setting boundaries for their kids. (The costumes wouldn’t be made if they couldn’t sell them. Somebody is shelling out money to dress their kids like that.)

  6. I am totally with you on this one. You took the words right out of my mouth. Personally, I don’t think there is any reason why you shouldn’t leave this post up.

    K.

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