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Young Girls Attack/Strip 11-Year-Old Boy, Then Post on Youtube.

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posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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These girls should be held accountable for their actions. I'm sorry to say, but young girls are getting more bold and violent than they were generations ago. I remember guys doing it to guys as a prank or as an initiation onto the football team, and that was just down to their undershorts.

I agree that if 3 boys did this to an 11 year-old girl, they would all be brought up on sexual assault charges. This boy's mother shows a lack of concern for the psychological ridicule her son may receive because of this. To let these girls get away with embarrassing her son and than posting it on You Tube just shows a complete lack of parental protection on her part.




posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:15 PM
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In this day and age you can practically get in trouble for smiling and saying hello to a little girl, but since it was a boy no one cares well I CARE. This is basically... producing and distributing child pornography, aggravated assault(knee on the throat is attaempt to restrict natural air flow so yes thats attempted murder), it seems the one girl grabs his privates so we'll add aggravated sexual assault of a minor. What a worthless mother I'd spit in her face if I ever met her.
edit on 04/28/2011 by 4Starlight2Decay0 because: err.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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The young generation of girls is disgusting. They dress like whores and swear like sailors. In my little brothers school young girls have started to chew tobacco. When I was in high school only red necks and jocks chewed tobacco which is still gross to me but I expect much more from young ladies. When I was in school girls kept their guys in line and told us not to dumb things



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:28 PM
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How about me over hearing my brother, who was in grade 8 at the time, on the phone in a 3 way call with two girls.
He 3-way'd the other girl because his friend wanted to yell at her because she F*&%ED her boyfriend.


WHATTT??!?!



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:33 PM
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Yep, guilty as charged. Things like this and a blase attitude toward them get my emotions up. I apoligize for the comment, but it does still irk me. I guess I need to take a step back and breathe.

By the way, thank you Mods for slapping me. It was deserved and I stepped over not only your line, but mine as well. I always talk about civility and lost it on this one. I do try and practice what I preach, just not always successfully.

I should have stepped away from this thread, like I did with the Father pasting his daughters face over porn shots.
edit on 10-6-2011 by TDawgRex because: I've been humbled, why else?



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:36 PM
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I believe it, It just so happens I was visiting a close dear friend and we went into the backyard to sit and talk and her 11 year old sister was back there with her "boyfriend" and we interupted something. I was shocked becuase I helped raise this kid and we all taught her better than that, then I realized it's not my fault this generation is crap and not mention dim.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:54 PM
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Well, I cannot watch the Youtube videos from work, and if the boy was crying and traumatized then I totally agree with your point. There is a clear distinction between prank and assault. I was only going off the description of the events, and they just don't sound all that serious, but only the people directly involved can really know how serious it was.

Yes, if someone traumatized one of my sons, I would do everything in my power to get justice for it (probably not in the legal sense).



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:01 PM
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Yes, let's laugh at them, even though we teach them that they're private parts are just that; PRIVATE. Instead we should just teach them that it's okay for them to strip each other down for the sake of fun, so we don't have to worry about charges or anyone being humiliated.
He is 11 years old! He's probably afraid of his own mother seeing him naked, much less these three broads.


Why would you teach them that? Why would he be afraid of his own mother seeing him naked? No, I certainly do not teach my kids there is anything wrong with being naked, because there is not. The Puritan lifestyle is wrong in that regard, and in actuality even the Puritans were not as strict as we are today! They actually encouraged some of the things that today's prudes have a problem with. Hell, even the Amish are a little more accepting of certain things than our general public in the US.

So an 11 year old boy should be "afraid" of being seen naked? Please tell me why.

Since I didn't see the video, but apparently the boy was crying, then I'm not excusing the girls behavior. It seems they may have possibly forcibly retained him, and then assaulted him by removing his clothes against his will, but the nakedness is the least of my concern in this incident.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:06 PM
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Restsraining and forcibly removing someones clothing is wrong and illegal and has nothing to do with your hippy dippy lifestyle



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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Originally posted by 4Starlight2Decay0
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Restsraining and forcibly removing someones clothing is wrong and illegal and has nothing to do with your hippy dippy lifestyle


I think that is the same thing I said.



Since I didn't see the video, but apparently the boy was crying, then I'm not excusing the girls behavior. It seems they may have possibly forcibly retained him, and then assaulted him by removing his clothes against his will, but the nakedness is the least of my concern in this incident.


But, I was also drawing attention to the idea that the boy should somehow be "afraid" of being seen naked, even by his mother? Ridiculous!



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:12 PM
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It is exactly ALL of the above. He is heard screaming and is seen trying to cover himself therefor it is forcible. You can see one girl grab his penis that is unwarranted sexual contact a lesser form of rape. Battery becuase they are forcibly restraining him one girl has her knee on his throat that is aggravated assault. This is also child porn it shows a minor being forcibly stripped and touched that my friend IS child porn.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:15 PM
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The first part a misinterpretation Im sorry
and the second part he doesnt have to be scared but you can see he obviously is he is screaming and trying to cover himself so is obviously scared.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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That boy's mother was wrong in not filing charges against those
girls.If he had been mine,those girls' parents would be hiring lawyers!



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:20 PM
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I may have commented inappropriately, because I cannot see the video, and the description originally didn't sound all that bad.

If he was indeed forcibly restrained, a knee in his throat, stripped naked, crying, scared, and being touched on his genitalia, all while being videoed, then there are too many crimes to count, and the parents of that boy should be looking for revenge!

I can't believe this group would get away with this while all over the country 18 year old boys are going to jail for having consensual sex with their 16 year old girlfriends?

The law is sick and warped and twisted, and "double standard" is an extreme understatement.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:25 PM
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Teach them what? That their penises and vaginas are private?
I hope that's not a serious queston

EDIT *****
If you were commenting on "Instead we should just teach them that it's okay for them to strip each other down for the sake of fun, so we don't have to worry about charges or anyone being humiliated. "...that part of my post, it was sarcasm




Why would he be afraid of his own mother seeing him naked? No, I certainly do not teach my kids there is anything wrong with being naked, because there is not.


Because for most children when they become a certain age their brain seems give off a signal causing them to be uncomfortable with their parents seeing them naked. Don't ask me for proof or a link because I have none. I don't feel one is needed. Maybe "afraid" wasn't the right word. "uncomfortable" seems to fit better.



So an 11 year old boy should be "afraid" of being seen naked? Please tell me why.


How many 11 year old do you know who are completely okay with being naked?
Kids that age notice changes in their bodies and are often uncomfortable changing in front of others, not to mention being completely naked.


Since I didn't see the video, but apparently the boy was crying, then I'm not excusing the girls behavior. It seems they may have possibly forcibly retained him, and then assaulted him by removing his clothes against his will, but the nakedness is the least of my concern in this incident.


One girl had her knee at the boy's throat, while the other stripped him down as another girl video taped.
If nakedness is not the issue here for you then create a board to discuss the physical assault aspect because here it is the biggest problem for everyone else.
Boys and girls play rough all the time, and I don't think I have ever seen or heard either the boy or the girl react this way, unless they were hurt. I'm guessing the nakedness played a huge part for the boy too
edit on 10-6-2011 by jonibelle because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:28 PM
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Well the proof is in the pudding friend it's all there on video, and yes it is very beyond screwed up that nothing has been done about it. And they put it online, people saw that. I wouldnt be suprised if pedo's were passing the video around as we speak.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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Like I said, I may have spoken too soon without actually being able to see the video.

Still, I do not believe something just changes in a kid at that age. Shame of one's body is a learned behavior. If something changes it is due to peer pressure or societal norms or parental upbringing. There is nothing genetically ingrained that teaches us to despise our own bodies, that is just a twisted result of our society.

And I do not have a "hippy dippy lifestyle" as one poster said. I would love to, but it wouldn't fit in well with my other endeavors such as my career! BUT, at the same time, my kids will never have a problem with nakedness, because they will never be taught that they are supposed to. Half the population looks one way, the other half looks the other way, there is hardly in mystery or great conspiracy involved in the human body's form? I just don't understand the fascination with demonizing it?



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:34 PM
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reply to post by getreadyalready
 


In modern day America it is not normal what so ever to see 11 year olds walking the streets naked. There are rules to society.
relax lets be friends



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:35 PM
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I don't understand the demonizing aspect of nakedness either, but let's face it, the world is not like you or I or most of the people here on ATS.
I myself see no problem with nakedness, but I understand the mindset of other people that choose to only see the sexual side of the human body.
Perhaps I should have stated what I had to say in a different manor, pointing out that from the boy's reaction his mother may have instilled in him the same idea of nakedness that you resent.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:38 PM
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Originally posted by 4Starlight2Decay0
reply to post by getreadyalready
 


In modern day America it is not normal what so ever to see 11 year olds walking the streets naked. There are rules to society.
relax lets be friends


And this brings me back to the argument in a thread, that now seems to have been removed, over NORMAL vs NATURAL.




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