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Christian Schools suggest kids try burping contests instead of sex

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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 07:32 PM
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This is not a thread to attack the Christian value of abstinence, rather a lighthearted debate on ways to curb those 'inconvenient' carnal thoughts.


Among a "101 things to do instead of doing it" pamphlet recently given to students at Caloundra Christian College in Queensland, were suggestions such as horse riding, eating something new, blowing bubbles, playing ball without the ball and a burping contest.


www.news.com.au... et0gt3-1226667861872

Christian schools Australia has put out a rather novel pamphlet with ways to overcome those powerful teen hormonal urges and I must say it is rather fun and inventive

At the age of nearly 40 and having been with my partner for 7 years now, I actually get excited when I have a naughty thought, but for those housewives who find their husbands too demanding, start a bupring contest.

Not in the mood but she is? Go on a horse ride

At the fun park and he is hugging you a little too tightly? Find a bubble blower and fast.

This stuff is gold! Have fun with it and add your own passion killer suggestions to make the world a safer more chaste place




posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 07:40 PM
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How dare those children have those 'Natural' thoughts!

Burping contests
Really! I see no comparison, whoever thought that up has a few 'screws' loose.



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 07:44 PM
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I know, it's absolute gold isn't it.


I can't really see it working, but hey at least they are trying to promote the idea in a positive way for once,



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 07:53 PM
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I don't take issue with teaching abstinence if it's part of a larger curriculum regarding sex. It really is the only way to keep your p3n0r clean and not have an unwanted pregnancy. That being said
I'm glad they're teaching other things as well.

I went to a Catholic school from 3-6 and they taught us sex ed (make your jokes) in 4th grade. That program was better than what we got in Junior High. I'm glad to see religious institutions are becoming more realistic.

I hope masturbation is included somewhere in that list. Yes it's a touchy (I crack myself up) subject, but it's a good way to relieve that tension.

Dumb list. I laughed pretty hard at the bubble blowing contest. Nice find OP.



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 07:59 PM
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Oh dear, sounds like a college for acquired fetishes.

Why not send them to age and gender appropriate tribal rituals in New Guinea or Arnhem Land?

That's worked for thousands of years.

Previously in SA white males went to the army, and blacks to circumcision schools.
Some conservatives want to make that compulsory again for all.
OK, a few hundred die every year from botched circumcisions in the bush, but at least it gets their minds off the Internet and the porn.
Nobody may dare criticize it.
www.news24.com...
But that's just SA, I'm sure other tribes are more advanced in their rituals, or run a consistently tighter ship.


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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 08:09 PM
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This just shows pure ineptitude in the peanuts that come up with this type of drivel.

The most powerful urge to affect a teenager and they should go to Maccas instead, in formals. Yea, right, and do it on the tables when you get there!

I went to a private Catholic school and this type of stuff is not new it is just silly and an attempt to pervert the healthy drive to reproduce. There are many many ways to control the drives without being banal about it.

This list would be better served by giving it to the Priests and Nuns to try it out first.

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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 08:28 PM
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Originally posted by Domo1
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I don't take issue with teaching abstinence if it's part of a larger curriculum regarding sex.



Totally agreed, abstinence is a valid facet of sex ed. Teaching kids that having sex flippantly is like eating dessert before the main course is not a bad thing at all. The rest of the education needs to be fair and balanced as well so that kids can make their own minds up for themselves though.



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 08:31 PM
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And if know of those suggestions work, stand on your head and spin...................................



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 08:40 PM
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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 08:45 PM
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Under the old British "public school system" sublimation was all about a disciplined uniform, submission and the cane.

There was no time for mollycoddling or girls.

That absolutely left no lasting effects on anybody, and many young lads enjoyed their boyhood so much that they couldn't wait for their adultery.

I say bring that back instead of teaching kids that burping and bad manners are a substitute for sex.
They will reach that stage in their middle-age naturally.




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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 08:49 PM
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Actually burping contests can be quite entertaining. She's gone now, but I'll never forget being delightfully captivated that my pretty and popular older sister would belch real loud and not be ashamed.

She could stretch 'em out long and forcefully like a pro! It always made me laugh and somehow proud of her. Didn't stop her from sex however, girl loved her some boys, God bless her little heart!



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 09:06 PM
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It makes sense to me. I mean, how sexy can you feel after having a burping contest? Mood killer for sure. That shoulda been the only thing on the list--maybe a flatulence tournament for good measure



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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 09:06 PM
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I have often wondered, if in the US, there is a relation between our repressed sense of sexual expression and love of violence.

"Don't have sex, burp instead, because we can tolerate one bodily function more than another."

These kinds of attitudes make us all look neurotic.



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 09:36 PM
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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 10:19 PM
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I think it's rather weird some of you on here so far sound like you actually encourage children to have sex. A truly twisted world we live in.
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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 10:48 PM
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Originally posted by jeramie
I think it's rather weird some of you on here so far sound like you actually encourage children to have sex. A truly twisted world we live in.
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What is truly twisted is asking a teenager to ignore their most powerful drives. To suppress our sexuality at this age is just plain stupid and harms the teenager.

Why not teach sex as a truly marvelous act. Teach the necessary responsibility that goes with it. Teach all the things a couple can do without going all the way. Why do I live in a society that is so banal about sex.

So jeramie, how old do they have to be before they can enjoy sex?

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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 10:52 PM
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Originally posted by NarcolepticBuddha
It makes sense to me. I mean, how sexy can you feel after having a burping contest? Mood killer for sure. That shoulda been the only thing on the list--maybe a flatulence tournament for good measure



edit on 21-6-2013 by NarcolepticBuddha because: (no reason given)


those were my thoughts. My son had sex Ed this year - 5th grade. He was talking about how the boys would be separated from the girls, etc, etc. He feels safe in telling me or asking me anything so he asked "so do they like....teach you how to do it". Well it is called "sex education".
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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 11:51 PM
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Originally posted by markosity1973

Among a "101 things to do instead of doing it" pamphlet recently given to students at Caloundra Christian College in Queensland, were suggestions such as horse riding, eating something new, blowing bubbles, playing ball without the ball and a burping contest.

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Fixed your link there...

But you need to check this one out... this is the original: circa 1995


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posted on Jun, 23 2013 @ 05:45 AM
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I think a good age for kids to start having sex is definitely out of high school, when they're in a strong, already long ongoing relationship so they know their partner won't cut out and run after a month and are mature enough to understand the risks and preventative measures. 20 to 21 is a good age, definitely. I had my 'first time' at 19 and regret it to this day. I should have waited until I was in a solid relationship so it would have been treasured and cherished more. What a waste of a precious gift.



posted on Jun, 24 2013 @ 09:13 AM
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Have a water fight


Yeah, because nobody ever got hot & bothered during a wet t-shirt contest or anything, right?


Teens are going to have sex. The better solution is to make sure they have SAFE sex and don't end up being parents. Any other approach is going to completely lose out to biology.

Let's put these two things on the scale....

1. Hot teen chick wearing a cute outfit.
2. Approval of a figurative boogey man in the sky

Hmm...which one is going to tip the balance for a hormone-charged teen..???
You don't need to be Stephen Hawking to do this equation......



I think a good age for kids to start having sex is definitely out of high school, when they're in a strong, already long ongoing relationship so they know their partner won't cut out and run after a month and are mature enough to understand the risks and preventative measures. 20 to 21 is a good age, definitely.


You've met 20 yr olds in strong, ongoing relationships? Seriously? If I met my 20 year old self, it'd be hard not to slap him in the mouth.

People shouldn't even CONSIDER marriage and a family until they are in their 30's. Before that, and they are begging for an eventual divorce....because NEITHER party knows what they actually want until then.
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