posted on Nov, 23 2007 @ 01:10 AM
Hey gang, I'm from just down the same street as where this happened. I'm getting the same word as Lonebear, that the girl was curious and wanted to
experiment. But, when the parents somehow found out during the weekend, she supposedly cried rape in order to avoid trouble with her folks. It's an
easy way out of being punished for being a curious kid.
If this is true, then 3 boys have been done incredibly wrong. I know of 6 year olds that like to be exhibitionistic, but rape is probably not in an
8-9 year old's vocabulary yet. That is, unless there's some "issues" going on at home.
What's going on/wrong with our kids, one may ask ? Turn on any TV, video game, rap song, or PG13+ movie.
Now, the one issue I've got, is: Why is it acceptable for kids to see violence on every kind of media available to them, but the same kids NEVER get
any sound, solid information about human relations ? I'd much rather my kid see a film about two people making love, than two people trying to kill
one another, were those the only two choices. I guess they're gonna have to settle for watching crap like Barney, Clifford, Sesame Street, and such,
until they're at least 80, by which time they'll be too senile to even care.
Bowling For Columbine should be required of all Americans to watch, and watch again. We do live in a violent society, but we're conditioned, almost
from conception, to accept violence, or other negative behaviors as being good. The kids are alright, but it's the upbringing that's