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Girl, 14, arrested for posting nude MySpace pics

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posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 08:24 PM
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I don't know... she did something dumb, but why put her on a list? Maybe they should just charge her with indecent exposer, as myspace is a public "place". She is not really pushing porn.




posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 08:56 PM
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My parents were nudist and i was raised around nudist camps.

Yes i understood at a early age.

The only problem i had was at age 11.

I spent a lot of time in the cold water of the pool or laying face down.


After a time it became bearable and controllable.

One thing i noticed was the rate of teenage pregnancies was almost none among nudist teens.

This was during the late 1960s and the hippy movement.
When most parents were having a major problem with teens.

Sometimes i wonder if countries like Germany where nudity and Freikoerperkultur (FKK) resorts are common don't have the right idea.

Bore the teens with seeing nude bodies and they will loose the raging hormone's a lot quicker.


answers.yahoo.com...



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 09:58 PM
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Originally posted by skeptic1

Originally posted by calihan_12


Its a cop out to always blame the parents.


It's a cop-out to blame anyone but the parents. Parents are parents for a reason.
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QFT. (Quoted for Truth, for those not so net-savvy).

I just told my mom this story. Said "I just read an article about a 14yr old girl who posted nude photos of herself on her MySpace. Police are arresting her and are considering making her register as a sex offender." My mom's immediate response? "Where were her parents while she was doing this?"



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 10:23 PM
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If a young woman is not ashamed of her body, then that should be celebrated, not punished. We were all born naked. We all know what a naked body looks like. What's to be ashamed of?



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 10:38 PM
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With respect of who to blame--the parents shoulder the lions share. the media surely has some influence, buts its the parents responsibility to have the most influence.
Parents have a few crucial years to teach a child, after that, the kid gets most of his influence from other sources. As a parent of grown children myself, I can sometimes see first hand , the mistakes, but also the successes , that my influences had on my grown children .
It's difficult to watch them all the time, but in the end, untill they're 18, we as parents are responsible.



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 10:55 PM
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Originally posted by sadisticwoman
If a young woman is not ashamed of her body, then that should be celebrated, not punished. We were all born naked. We all know what a naked body looks like. What's to be ashamed of?


It is exactly this kind of dysfunctional ideas that make children believe it is "okay" to be perverse and lewd. It is NOT. All this mumbo jumbo about naked bodies being okay is absolute tripe. Shame is a necessarily and vital emotion that is there for a reason. Any attempts to destroy it are driven by anti-social agendas who are trying to subvert and pervert society at large.

In countries like Saudi Arabia, etc, this girl would have been chained to a post and whipped unconscious and legally registered as a whore. In the west we have people who encourage this perversion in the name of individuality and freedom. Apparently, we have lost the middle ground of reason and sanity where such behaviour is condoned as immoral and perverse.

Tha appropriate punishment would be at least 500 hours of community service and a fine for indecent exposure and underage solicitation of sex. Decent society must try to strongly discourage this kind of behavior with moderation and guidance. If parents cant bother to teach children under their care common values than it is society's responsibility to impart society's values on that child.


[edit on 27-3-2009 by IAF101]



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:09 PM
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I'll bet anyone $500 that her dad is not living in the home.
Calahan 12...pipe down pipsqueak, your embarrassing yourself...and you don't even know it.
Signed,
Another product of the Swingin' 70s



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:10 PM
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Originally posted by sadisticwoman
If a young woman is not ashamed of her body, then that should be celebrated, not punished. We were all born naked. We all know what a naked body looks like. What's to be ashamed of?


Im sorry, but appreciating the beauty of the human body [naked], and a CHILD posing sexually on a public site for anyone to see are two completely different things. (IMO of course).

I mean, you would have no problem with your young child daughter posting explicit nude pictures of herself online for anyone to see? Really? No problem with it at all? Hmmm.

And young woman? This was a CHILD. A young woman would be an 18yr old - not 14.


[edit on 3/27/2009 by greeneyedleo]



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:14 PM
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What, scientifically speaking, separates an 18 year old from a 14 year old? What makes a 17 year old a child, but an 18 year old an adult? Is it simply our laws, or is there something physiological about it? 18 year olds are usually still growing, too. They are still emotional and hormonal from puberty much of the time. They still make stupid decisions.



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:30 PM
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The Internet is not only a "bastion of freedom" but a "bastion of moral breakdown" for our youths when improper parenting is involved.

I don't think say, sites like GOOGLE IMAGES helps the situation.

Anything you search for returns porn.

I don't let my 9-year old daughter near the computer unless I am over her shoulder telling her where and what to click even though I have it set up so the majority of web sites are blocked.

Good parenting now a days involves proxy, web site blocking, key logging, upload/download tracking, quotas, etc.. etc..

Otherwise you have your 14 year old daughter posting her private parts for all the world to see.

How could she know better when just about anywhere she goes on the Internet has a picture of some girl getting anally pounded by a huge love muscle? She probably thought a few nude pictures were "playing it safe".



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:36 PM
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Originally posted by ThePiemaker
It's ridiculous how ashamed humans are of their own and each other's bodies. Let her pose naked, what do I care. Let her post her pictures online. Doesn't effect me. unless she's hot.


Seriously! That's some PRIME JERK OFF MATERIAL for some good-natured citizen!



[edit on 27-3-2009 by logician magician]



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:47 PM
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Originally posted by sadisticwoman
reply to post by greeneyedleo
 


What, scientifically speaking, separates an 18 year old from a 14 year old? What makes a 17 year old a child, but an 18 year old an adult? Is it simply our laws, or is there something physiological about it? 18 year olds are usually still growing, too. They are still emotional and hormonal from puberty much of the time. They still make stupid decisions.


In general, years alive is correlated to experience and metal development. It's what we call "maturity". Biological development has nothing to do with the laws created, as it is common knowledge that it is possible for girls to give birth at 10 years old. The youngest mother recorded was only 5 years old. It's not a question of "if you can give birth, then you are fair game." That's just stupid.

It's also possible for a 5 year girl to give a blowjob to a 20 year old man, but that doesn't make it right does it?

You may be comfortable with a man who has 54 years of experience on this planet being able to coerce a small girl who has only 12 years of experience into giving him a sloppy blowjob while her parents think she is "at a friends"..

...but most people are not comfortable with the idea. Most people have sense.



posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 11:48 PM
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Originally posted by sadisticwoman
reply to post by greeneyedleo
 


What, scientifically speaking, separates an 18 year old from a 14 year old?

Scientifically? 48 moons. Or, 25% of their entire experience on this planet.

What makes a 17 year old a child, but an 18 year old an adult? Is it simply our laws, or is there something physiological about it?

Not so much physiological, arguably, psychological. Without a doubt, our society's arbitrary, but necessary law.

18 year olds are usually still growing, too. They are still emotional and hormonal from puberty much of the time. They still make stupid decisions.

And so do many 40 year olds.
The fact of the matter is that many children arent equipped to be cut loose into this world at 18. However, if the parents were legally, physically, psychologically, etc. required to be responsible for said youngters for any longer, the mental health of our adult population, ie; the parents, would be at serious risk.


[edit on 27-3-2009 by Elostone]

[edit on 28-3-2009 by Elostone]



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 12:15 AM
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Originally posted by nyk537

it was NOT my parents to blame.


Yeah, I'm sure it was reality TV that made him do those things.



The parents have a lot to do with it, but so does personal responsibility for our own actions.

That seems to have been lost somewhere as well.


There is a reason we do not convict children as adults in court and that is a lack of personal responsibility. We consider children to be incapable of reasonably understanding the consequences of their actions.

This girl is a member of a race of beings that by their very nature are sexual. And as much as we can bellow and complain, 14 year olds are having sex.

To arrest her and convict her as a sexual predator, thus tainting her entire future for acting on urges beyond her control, especially when there are no unwilling participants, is pretty inane.

Now those leering at her, I'd be more concerned about.

And it makes me think, those who are saying she is guilty of a crime for luring adult males to seek sexual pleasure from her image, would you also say that those behind the news show "To catch a predator" are also guilty of luring otherwise innocent adults to commit something they would not have otherwise?

She needs a responsible adult mentor to guide her in life, not a record and a criminal association with rapists and molesters.

I know when I was 14, some of the girls in my catholic school were doing far worse than just letting boys look.... Pretty sure most of them didnt turn out to be sexual deviants accusing all and sundry of rape ala lolita. Mind you, it was a catholic school, so who knows!

[edit on 3/28/2009 by bloodcircle]



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 12:31 AM
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What was it that Jesus said: Let he be without sin, cast the first stone.

The girl made a mistake. Who here didnt? I had a few fxxups in my days. in my 30s now, but those mistakes (came out pretty good though, must be the reflexes) made me who I am today. I respect every human.

If you spit in my face, I will leave, if you attack me, I will strike you down.

Getting a serious record for something so mundane, is truly ... sad.

A naked little girl ... ohh .. a little vagxx, little tittes.. So what?? Of course its beautiful. The female body is just that. A piece of art unmatched in this world. Was she fxxing the dog? I mean so what. Pics... delete them, slap her on the wrist and be done with it. She will learn.

I dont understand peoples replusion of the body. obviously her parents taught her wrong, and probably did like most parents nowadays, was ignored most of the time, due to work and parents TV habits, or drunks, or whatever else..

We are going down a pretty steep slope, this civilization we have built. Pretty steep slope.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by eNumbra

Originally posted by calihan_12
bottom line, parents cant watch their kids 24/7

Don't have to, I can give you a single sentence that if uttered by the parents could have stopped this before it ever happened.

"Nude images of anyone under the age of 18 are considered illegal; don't take any of yourself until then."


Hmm.. You're whiffing funny gas!!! That doesn't work, or crime would have been eradicated the very first time a parent had the idea to utter it.

Perhaps if we had a one child policy in the west, it could work. No, can that, Im an only child and I was a right creep...

Some would say.. no, no need to state the obvious..



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 12:43 AM
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Originally posted by whatukno
Heres just another case of people defending a child pornographer just because she is an underage girl.


This is going down quicker than a Russian sub in the Barents sea.

Shes a child pornographer? So blatantly and assertive?

Hey, does that mean I can sue myself for when I was a young curious lad, and gave myself an improper examination? oO Ahem...

That would be a win/win situation.

What an astonishing logic I'm seeing here...



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 12:45 AM
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Originally posted by calihan_12
Hell, I blame miley cyrus.

She is a "role model" to many young kids, and at 15 years old, she is dating a 20 year old MAN and she is a CHILD and she posts pictures of herself on myspace lifting her shirt to her chest and using provacative gestures and poses.

Dont be fooled into thinking its the parents faults.


In this case, I think it would be well to lay some blame on mr achey breaky..

Heck, he even posed WITH her on some shoots...




posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 12:49 AM
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Originally posted by bloodcircle

Originally posted by whatukno
Heres just another case of people defending a child pornographer just because she is an underage girl.


This is going down quicker than a Russian sub in the Barents sea.

Shes a child pornographer? So blatantly and assertive?

Hey, does that mean I can sue myself for when I was a young curious lad, and gave myself an improper examination? oO Ahem...




Yeah, how many years before they couldnt charge us, ahem, you, on that.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 01:00 AM
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Originally posted by IAF101

Originally posted by sadisticwoman
If a young woman is not ashamed of her body, then that should be celebrated, not punished. We were all born naked. We all know what a naked body looks like. What's to be ashamed of?


It is exactly this kind of dysfunctional ideas that make children believe it is "okay" to be perverse and lewd. It is NOT. All this mumbo jumbo about naked bodies being okay is absolute tripe. Shame is a necessarily and vital emotion that is there for a reason. Any attempts to destroy it are driven by anti-social agendas who are trying to subvert and pervert society at large.

In countries like Saudi Arabia, etc, this girl would have been chained to a post and whipped unconscious and legally registered as a whore. In the west we have people who encourage this perversion in the name of individuality and freedom. Apparently, we have lost the middle ground of reason and sanity where such behaviour is condoned as immoral and perverse.

Tha appropriate punishment would be at least 500 hours of community service and a fine for indecent exposure and underage solicitation of sex. Decent society must try to strongly discourage this kind of behavior with moderation and guidance. If parents cant bother to teach children under their care common values than it is society's responsibility to impart society's values on that child.


[edit on 27-3-2009 by IAF101]


WOW... just wow... you'd have her beaten. Because we must be ashamed of our bodies. Because ... why ? Didn't get that part, not that it matters.

The subs sunk, and the crabs are eating the bodies after this one..

Lets tie our children to posts and beat them within an inch of their lives because they wear no clothes. It will save them in heaven... Such a sin must be punished.



I think this is one for the ignore list, as I see no merit in even trying...



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