If I was that boy's mother I would be so mad, I wouldn't be able to see straight. I swear people are just more fucked up today in general. They do all manner of fuckery and don't give a tinker's damn who knows it, sees it, or reports it. And they'll do all this and then look at you with an attitude that you dare have a problem with it.According to a police report, two suspects, both female, held the boy down in a bus seat. Meanwhile, another girl partially pulled the boy’s pants down then attempted to insert the end of an umbrella into his rectum.
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Personally, I think the evolution of acceptable norms and discipline which are to blame for this.
I don't believe the father/mother model is the best. Many of those two parent homes were hell behind the heavenly facade and many fucked up people have come from them.
I believe intelligence, dignity, discipline and love are what create stable children who grow into productive adults and that environment can be provided by either one good parent or two.
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ok am I the only one who thinks where the HELL do these sick fuck kids get the idea to even stick things up a rectum?
2 parents or 1 isn't the only thing that has changed over the years. In the old days children weren't drugged out of their minds to the point that they can't be reached no matter the discipline or family unit. I'm not against medicine for kids that need it, but sometimes parents use them for parenting. I see too many kids that are just a little too over medicated to the point where they are not functioning mentally or physically right.
BTW, if I was a single parent or married with kids, I would be no softy if my kids acted up. Daddy won't be who they listen to.
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Sadly, if this happened to a girl, the school and police would've thrown the boys in jail while doing their "investigation." What happened to these boys is truly sickening and disturbing, and is showing a growing trend among kids today, for whatever reason that may be. Of course, most kids would never do such a thing, so I hope I didn't come across that way.
Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but some abuse the privilege.
Ma Kitty raised us alone - sperm donor just wasn't interested once the divorce was finalised. She was a force to be reckoned with. I never got into trouble with the police or with teachers or any other authority figures because I knew for a fact that whatever they did to me wouldn't be a patch on on what would happen when she got hold of me. And FWIW, now that I'm an adult Ma Kitty is a good friend to me as well as my mother. My mum rocks!
I wonder if nasty little bitches have that deadly type of parent(s) that are blinded to the kind of monster that they have raised? You know the sort - always 1001 excuses as to why their little angel would never do anything wrong, even when provided with conclusive evidence, and treat them like a little princess at home and wouldn't dare tell them off in case they hurt their precious little hearts.
While my alcoholic dad was still around, I was a terror. I'd talk back to teachers, to my parents, I'd fight with kids at school... I was a right little ball of angst. As soon as dad and all his BS were kicked out of the house and out of the picture, and I was in a stable, single parent home, I calmed down. Now I'm completely different - not longer the constant rebel with all sorts of anger, self-loathing and security anxieties bottled up inside.
Pippin69 - even worse than that, according to my boyfriend's parents (who are both elementary school teachers) is that all those disorders which involve drugs are apparently out of vogue. Now it's the disorders for which there are no drugs, just treatment that involves effort on the part of the kid and their parents (shock horror!). Apparently, everyone is having their kids diagnosed with Aspergers or... wait for it... "Oppositional Defiant Disorder". Of course, the parents of kids with real AS make a determined effort to help their children adjust to society - but other parents of kids with supposed AS and this Oppositional Defiant Disorder thing will basically make excuses for everything and be like "Charlii-Skye is special needs, it's part of her disorder, it's not her fault, how dare you even think of punishing her for her illness?" whenever any basic discipline on the teachers' part is attempted.
WTF is Oppositional Defiant Disorder? Is that a new touchy-feely way of saying "backchatting little bastard who needs a damn good dose of discipline pronto"?
Treatment involves cognitive behavioural therapy and what is rather delicately named parental training therapy. Which, funnily enough, the parents never seem to follow up on once they have a diagnosis they can use as a cop out for everything.
Once, my boyfriend's mother had to evacuate herself and all the other kids from the classroom because one boy was basically going berzerk and smashing everything in the classroom. After all they're not allowed the physically restrain students. It's better to let them damage furniture, computers and potentially other kids, instead. Several times, both his parents have had to make the school refuse to release students to their parent(s) who've turned up obviously drunk or high on drugs. And it's not as if they teach at particularly rough schools in really bad parts of town, either.
I actually know a family where 3 adults are co-parenting (no marriages, as the two in a long-term relationship are currently not allowed by law to marry one another) and those kids are awesome. And lucky.
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