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The Girl's Of Today!
Posted 10/3/08

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Parents are to blame. And the answer to this question will be different for each country. For example, Do you know why muslim women choose to cover them selves up? You got it! They dont want to be judged by how they dress or how much they weigh. They want respect and dignity and friends and status based on their intellectual side, their ideas, dreams, hopes and life. They dont waste their time on fashion and makeup and weighing them selves. They read books and go to universities and try to better themselves (where it counts!). Muslim girls have extremely high confidence. Thats why for example, in Iran, 70% of the university students are female!!!!

I mean, come on guys, its COMMON SENSE. If a girl that has covered her self walked passed you, and another girl wearing short cloth and whore like cloth ... just instinctively, which one would you have more respect for?
And this is for the guys ... which one would you potentially have naughty thoughts about?
I mean its so damn simple, its easier than 1 + 1.

But I totally agree there is a big problem. Man, when I was in junior high in IOWA, little girls, 12-14 years old, would go and have sexy parties and all those sort of shit from my school, I was 15 at the time I think, obviously I never went tho. Man its screwed up. You people who say its only a small portion of the girl, have no freaking idea whats going on. Because its just not an issue of weight, theres many others problems that exist too.

But these kids were raised BY TV! And sadly enough, their parents were also raised BY TV! So even the parents dont have anything to offer the kids, other than the same old shit they learned from TV! !!

Thats the problem. My solution?
BE GOOD PARENTS! Unplug your tv, break it, give it away, just get rid of it. Dont let you young kids watch TV at all, I mean seriously, whats the point? Be good parents, by being good role models, dress respectable yourself, and your kids will follow. Find good books, and give it to your kids. Always talk to your kid, tell them whats going on in the world, how things are.
Its about time parents started being parents. Dont blame the media. The media didnt chain you and force you to watch TV. YOU CHOOSE TO WATCH IT, AND YOU CHOOSE TO ALLOW YOUR KIDS TO WATCH IT. Take some responsibility!!!


I was told one of the reasons why Muslim women dress like so conservatively was to protect themselves from the men, but I digress.

I have to disagree with some of what you said. First of all, we do have some "freaking idea" what's going on. We are constantly surrounded by young girls and, of course, we see "one of those girls" every now and then, but, for the most part, the girls we see are more sensible than that. I used to think like you when I was in junior high. There were quite a number of sluts and fake girls, so I assumed the majority of girls were like that. Then, I got to high school, a bigger more diverse place, and got out more, causing me to realize there are a lot of girls who are capable of using their brain. Also, I don't believe anyone said weight is the only issue.
As for your solution, I agree it would very much help if parents took more responsibility, but who's to say the girls won't learn all those things the media teach them from other places? And I won't go as far as to say "don't blame the media" because they are partly responsible for this. They may not have forced us to watch, but they know what they're doing. They know they are corrupting the teens of today and they don't give a damn as long as they continue raking in the bucks.
It's also not fair to only blame the parents. Even the best parents can have corrupted children and vice versa. I have seen respectable parents and I know of parents who always talk to their child, yet they turned out to be... well, they're no saints. Another thing, I was "raised by TV" since the time I was 8 and Internet since I was in 8th grade, and I believe I turned out pretty well. I don't dress or act like a slut, nor do I try to follow every little trend. You talk as though it's so very easy for parents to control and talk to their rebellious teen, but it's not. In fact, if all parents did act so "extreme," it could cause a lot of resentment, a big factor for why teens act so stupid at times, and push their children to become the opposite what they hoped for. I do believe it's nice for parents to let their children know what's going on in the world, but not to control them. Let them choose their own books, let them watch some TV, help them along the way, but let them learn for themselves.
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Posted 10/5/08
men, life, gossip, racism and society make us what we are
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Posted 1/6/09
agreed whats up with that! i was queueing beside my friend who wanted a big mac (yuck) and infront of us were some shortie eleven year old girls and they had plastered their faces with make-up they were orange with foundation, straightened hair and wore fashionable clothes and carried mini hand bags the size of my fist.
in a little dream bubble i cast my mind back to when i was the same age and i saw me in my skl uniform with a massive ruck sack for a bag, messy hair and no make-up and guess what? it was so much more fun!!
these girls are growing up to soon and i know cuz my lil 11 year old sis is a total barbie doll all she talks about is fashion. we were going to the local shop just down the road and she had to have a change of clothes and brush her hair a million times and put on her fashionable shoes i mean its not like shes gonna bump into a celebrity or anything!!
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Posted 1/6/09
99,99 % of the girls (<,=13 y) I've seen so far are mainstreamvictims in emo-outfit ...

Maybe it's only my imagination ... but it's really an eyesore.

May the FSM bless you and lead you back to the right path.
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Posted 1/6/09
The funny thing is, this whole idea is caused by the feminist movement.

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Posted 1/6/09
I think that that's just the mainstream type of girl now. But I can assure that that is not every girl, in fact most of them grow out of it. Some girls never act like that. I think we are under a lot more pressure in terms of the way we look and act. I guess it's just something that happened through media and poor parenting. Tough love is what those girls need to build up thier selfesteem and start acting appropriately. Hose parents should be buying them those clothes and letting them act like that. My parents don't, the Internet isn't helping much either. I can say this stuff but there is not much we can do to solve the issues. But like I said before, not all girls are like that some aren't barbies.
Posted 1/6/09 , edited 1/6/09

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Hello friends,
What is wrong with the girl's of today? Really what is the matter. So many bla bla bla yadda yadda yadda...

P.S- This is not to be taken personal. This is general.



What is wrong with the parents today should be a fitting title. Girls, aswell as boys, are a reflection of how they are raised. When they see mom on some sick no fat diet obsession, they become scared of fat. When their parents doesn't explain to them how the world looks like and what values one should have in life, they'll base their own on what they see on TV or how their friends explain the world to them.

You can't just rant about how 10-11 year olds are fuck ups, surely only fuck ups would try to hold a 10-11 year responsible for being raised poorly.

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Posted 1/7/09
well to me i wear my hejab i cover my hair and wear long stuff always .... sometimes when walk in streets ppl bother me and they think if i wear long stuff and cover my hair is old fashion but who cares ?? i think its the best for me
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Posted 1/7/09

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Hello friends,
What is wrong with the girl's of today? Really what is the matter. So many people say this world is changing... but into what? A world that is so screwed up eight-year-olds now wear underwear that say's "Jail Bait." That is not cool? What are we doing wrong to make them act the way they are now?

Just yesterday I saw a girl and her friends walking up to the food shop I was in. The first thing I notice what was way off was that these girl's were wearing lipstick. Eye liner and mascara. There skirts were so short anyone could of mistaken it as a underwear and they had a tube top on. These girl's were about ten to eleven-years-old. The second thing that I noitced was that the girl's ordered salad. Salad with the dressing and no drinks. "I feel so fat!" one of them whined. The other agreed and the third one stayed quiet. The thrid one said softly, "maybe we should just get ice cream. Aren't you guys tired of salads?" They looked at her like she was crazy and said, "no we well get too fat!" I was in shock. These girl's really did not know the definition of fat.

But there is not only these girl's that have a problem there are thousand of girls. Who look up to celebrities. Not the good one's. The on'es that donate money but the on'es that party. There are so many girl's with issues. Some of them now take pictures of them naked online. These girl's are not thinking and if they are... then it is all wrong.

Call me old-fashion but I think I liked it back in the 1800. When the girl's wore there dresses up to there ankle and there mind was as clean as a whistle. But how about you? What do you think of the girl's of today?
Alexandra (Alex)


P.S- This is not to be taken personal. This is general.



Influence from the media of course. girls are most easiest to influence. Hell, I can get any freshmen girl to smoke weed if I told them to without much effort and I never smoked in my entire life. When I say media influence, I mean what they see in television where much of the things that don't really matter in life matter to them as much as if it were the only way to make it in life and it is a joke such as the ways to dress, the shit music you should listen to so you can be accepted by others, the way to talk, and more. Even if you talk or smack sense in them, they will never listen. It's just how they are. I have many female friends and thank god none of them fall into the brainless category who can easily be corrupt by this pop culture that is destroying our future students who have no thought of what they have and only want what they can't.
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Posted 1/7/09
Am I glad I was born with a pair of bollocks
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Posted 1/7/09
yah ryt...
im a girl but im different to those whom you characterized
well it's true...
the world is changing...why?!!
somehow, the girls had contributed some changes
in fashion
and in the way they love
some girls court men
some girls wait for men
well i guess
men are also responsible for this...because..
as a man they should tell this to girls...


for example...

boyfriend-girlfriend--date
girl wears attractive clothes like: sleevless, spaghetti straps, backless, mini skirts, mini shorts
of course some men will be looking at her
what will the bf feel??
of course he will bw ashamed for his girl...

so men...
please... if you think something's wrong, even if it's not your girl... please do not hesitate to tell...
so that...we'll no longer have problems

let's just help each other...

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Posted 1/7/09
Girls think too much of themselves.

Or maybe its just really really hot.
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Posted 1/7/09
I remember when I was young. My hair would be messy. Wore baggy jeans and big sweaters... I'm 16 and the only thing that has changed is maybe a tiny bit of eyeliner... but come on when I see 11 year old I sometimes want to puke. Seriously, I want to take my sister and lock her in the house for the rest of her life... ok so maybe not, but if she turns out to be like the rest of the family, then I have nothing to be worried about.

Whats happening is not celebrities and all those things, but rather everything that we did is happening at an earlier age every time. For example the first time I swore was when I was 11. Now I hear first graders shouted a**hole or something similar. I don't blame them, I think we should blame THIS generation, not the parents. My 12 year old cousins follow my example most of the time. they prefer there baggy sweatshirts and jeans. However their friends are into tight pants, or skirts so short I could see the hot pink thong, yes THONG, underneath.

Personally, I don't care. Their just little pre-teens, they'll get over it eventually... besides there is still hope
Posted 1/7/09
When I was in Cuba, a Cuban co-worker called one of the female students fat in a very casual manner. In defense of the co-worker, the girl was very obese. Cuba is a country that doesn't have many fat people, and there isn't an "obesity epidemic" like in the USA; my co-worker was just stating a distinguishing characteristic.

Another example from Cuba that changed my perspective was a fellow filmmaker doing a documentary on pregnant women. She chased down a woman walking down the street and asked her to be interviewed, and the woman simply said "I'm not pregnant, I'm just fat" and smiled honestly. To her, being mistaken as being pregnant wasn't an insult, it was just an observation, a funny mistake.

Health is important, but when did "fat" become the ultimate banishment from the realm of cool or acceptable? I mean, I'm no "chubby chaser" or anything, but "fat" isn't equivalent to raining brimstone.
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Posted 1/7/09
I blame the media first, but then the parents. Good parents still can raise good kids, it's the kids whose parents aren't involved that adopt the media as their stand in parents, then get totally screwed over. Unfortunately, these kids then become parents, and the generations keep getting worse and worse. Scary.
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