They say the question why people have sex is similar to: why people eat? I rarely question the reasons why people have sex, but when sex involves under age girls I can’t help but question it. Everyone should question it too.
Any culture that promotes such practices where young girls are abducted should be banished in the face of this earth. We don’t need such cultures in this country. There’s no young girl who can be ready to sleep with older men.
I was one of those lucky few boys to have had a one-on-one conversation about sex with his dad. In an attempt to impart this lesson, Dad said: “Son, before you have sex try to think. Ask yourself if she is the one you want to have a baby with.” A baby?
As far as I remember during all my sexual encounters I never had sex with an intention to have a baby. Still, Dad decided to drum that one into me as early as possible. Thanks Dad. Today we even have what they call a ‘condom’, so you can be rest assured that there would be no baby drama in my life.
But when ever I log on to Facebook, I am greeted by lewd messages on my niece’s wall. She is only 15. Those suggestive messages are left by men, some of them, men of my age.
Today sex is no longer what it used to mean to Dad, that holy activity performed to express love, or to connect with the other person or to make babies. Reasons as to why we have sex would always vary from person to person. Whether you have sex to feel good, to finance your addiction or accentuate your self-esteem is non of my business.
Please Uncle Tom, just stay away from kids! My concern here is with Facebook and other social networks where casual sex seem to be promoted, and where security measures and age restriction policies are lacking.
On Facebook for instance, married men are said to just hook up with school girls as easy as ordering pizza. And a majority of this young girls who are between the ages of 13-17 even agree that most of their boy friends they ever find come from there. To an older men, Facebook is nothing but a picture conveyer belt of naive girls who are easy to entice.
But still everyone knows that:
There are greater chances of meeting someone with a lower self system through Facebook.
Or someone who is plain or just ugly, or even both.
Or even someone who is promiscuous and stupid.
That person can even turn out to be a psychopath or worse, even a rapist.
But there are also exceptional cases where one stumbles on what will be genuine love. Who needs genuine love this days except Uncle Dumzzz?
I will never recommend Facebook to anyone. Young people, girls in particular, should be extra careful on this Facebook thingie.
They have been warned many times, and here Uncle Dumzzz warns them once again. Be careful kids, the monsters are on the loose!