posted on May, 10 2012 @ 12:06 AM
-.- Peeing in public is not a sex offense. ( Unless that had a urination fetish, but I'd guess the vast majority of the time it's a mere case of not
being able to hold it in, and nothing to do with sex).
It isn't very polite to pee in public, but if someone has got to go, they got to go. Maybe they should invest in more public bathrooms, if it is a
To the people who said it, is peeing in a playground or on school grounds REALLY a sex offense!??? I don't think it is a sex offense EVER unless you
can prove it was a sexual thing to that person, which like I said, I bet it very, very rarely is.
If I'm stumbling home drunk one night and on my way back I'm passing through a school oval, and the 'seal' is broken when I get to the playground,
so I urinate....
Does this make me a pedophile, a rapist? -.- I wouldn't even be thinking sex at the time, just 'aw#, I need to pee'.
I mean, it's pretty disrespectful and inproper to pee in a playground... I don't like the idea of children running around amongst the stench of
urine... >.> But it is hardly a sex offense.
Seems EVERYTHING today is a sex offense. Children being accused of sexual harassment, employers being held accused for a phrase that COULD be taken as
innuendo, men being frowned upon for using a pick up line... I mean, I'm a woman, and I am strongly against sexual assualt/harassment, and offenders
should be punished. But really, you don't need to squash everyone's liberty and make wrong-doers out of ordinary people. It aint right.
Certainly, boys need to be taught a respect for the opposite sex, but not so much as some people have done. You do not need to ingrain it so much into
your child that he is afraid to talk to women because it could be seen as sexual harassment (which it probably could be, seeing todays ridiculous
charges). And women also need to be taught to say no and not give false messages, also. (A less touched one, but women don't NEED to be the
Srsly. The world is crazy.