Concerns over choice of Geordie Shore's Gaz Beadle as guest for teenage Hype event in Southampton

Was 'Ultimate Lad' the right person for underage night out?

Gaz Beadle from Geordie Shore

The Geordie Shore cast

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HE claims to have slept with more than 700 women.

So was Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle really the right special guest for a club night for youngsters aged 13 to 16 in Southampton?

Not according to some concerned parents, who were worried about the effect his reputation might have on youngsters.

The star, who describes himself as an “ultimate lad”, was the star attraction at Hype at Oceana Southampton and was pictured with several teenagers, including hugging and kissing girls on the cheek.

One grandmother from Lordswood, whose 13-year-old granddaughter attended the event, said she was concerned his appearance might send out the wrong message to children.

She said: “Quite a lot of parents have been commenting on these photos on Facebook that they are inappropriate. When my daughter said my granddaughter could go to this night we didn’t know about the star’s reputation and my daughter has said she will not let her go to another one without checking who the special guest is first.

“There were lots of pictures of him cuddling, kissing and picking up these girls and I know there is nothing wrong with that and there were lots of other people around like the photographer, but you would not let your daughter be kissed in the shop by someone they just met.”

The concerned grandmother, who asked not to be named, added: “If his claim to fame is as a ladies’ man then I don’t feel that is an appropriate role model for such an event.”

Geordie Shore follows the lives of a number of people in their early 20s, living together in Newcastle.

The show features them going out and drinking heavily, usually followed the ups and downs of their relationships - as well as scenes of a sexual nature.

Southampton’s Tory education spokesman Jeremy Moulton said the club should have found a more appropriate guest.

He said: “We have an issue, as many cities do, with teenage pregnancy, so having someone with this reputation at a children’s evening is not the right message to be sending out.

“I would have thought the nightclub could have come up with a more appropriate person for children of that age group. I would go further and ask should this programme be on television because 13-year-olds will have more exposure seeing that.”

Monsignor Vincent Harvey, pastor of Southampton City Centre Catholic Parish, said: “I would certainly be concerned about sending the wrong message to young people who are easily influenced.

“Young people are looking for role models and someone to look up to, so I would be quite concerned.”

In January the MTV reality star said he had slept with 773 women.

He said: “Here’s some maths for you. A thousand, minus 500, plus 300, minus 100, plus 200, minus 600, plus 500, minus 27 is the amount of girls I’ve slept with.”

Gaz also has an autobiography out, entitled Gaz (And My Parsnip) – The Autobiography of Geordie Shore's Ultimate Lad.

No one from Oceana was available for comment.

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9:44am Tue 25 Feb 14

ToastyTea says...

The parents didn't have to allow their kids to go to this night if they didn't want to.
The parents didn't have to allow their kids to go to this night if they didn't want to. ToastyTea
  • Score: 7

9:55am Tue 25 Feb 14

wwozzer says...

"He said: “Here’s some maths for you. A thousand, minus 500, plus 300, minus 100, plus 200, minus 600, plus 500, minus 27 is the amount of girls I’ve slept with.”



Oh really. More like 27.......and at least three were blokes. I'd slept with roughly142782.5 women before my eighteenth and I didn't even have a book to sell.
"He said: “Here’s some maths for you. A thousand, minus 500, plus 300, minus 100, plus 200, minus 600, plus 500, minus 27 is the amount of girls I’ve slept with.” Oh really. More like 27.......and at least three were blokes. I'd slept with roughly142782.5 women before my eighteenth and I didn't even have a book to sell. wwozzer
  • Score: -6

10:50am Tue 25 Feb 14

BeyondImagination says...

What a git. Ladies man? More like slappers man.
What a git. Ladies man? More like slappers man. BeyondImagination
  • Score: 10

11:08am Tue 25 Feb 14

CivicCentered says...

ToastyTea wrote:
The parents didn't have to allow their kids to go to this night if they didn't want to.
Not really the point of the article though, is it?

Is this gentleman suitable to be a guest at an event aimed at 13-16 year olds? No, clearly not.

I'm sure most parents have no idea who this guy is. I'm sure most of them wouldn't have considered the fact that someone like him would be the main attraction. It can't be that hard to find someone more suitable...

While this isn't exactly earth shattering news, it is clear that someone has made a bit of a **** up here.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: The parents didn't have to allow their kids to go to this night if they didn't want to.[/p][/quote]Not really the point of the article though, is it? Is this gentleman suitable to be a guest at an event aimed at 13-16 year olds? No, clearly not. I'm sure most parents have no idea who this guy is. I'm sure most of them wouldn't have considered the fact that someone like him would be the main attraction. It can't be that hard to find someone more suitable... While this isn't exactly earth shattering news, it is clear that someone has made a bit of a **** up here. CivicCentered
  • Score: 13

11:44am Tue 25 Feb 14

RealTalkSouthampton says...

I can defiantly see why some parents would be upset. But then again most of these kids 13-16 watch people like Rhianna, Justin Bieber, etc, etc the list is endless. They would also pay an extortionate amount of money to watch them at the O2.

if my children were going to this event I would do my homework first(excuse the pun). Then I would make the final decision.

I'm not sure who the nightclub could get for that age range that would fill the venue either. Maybe pepper Pig!

Funny thing I don't disagree with the parents. I just think most live in a world of double standards e.g.kids drink coke,powerade,Mc Donald's.

Don't want to label all parents as being the same. But lets face it, if these parents and their parents, parents that have sewn the seeds for the society we have today.

Funny World we live in
I can defiantly see why some parents would be upset. But then again most of these kids 13-16 watch people like Rhianna, Justin Bieber, etc, etc the list is endless. They would also pay an extortionate amount of money to watch them at the O2. if my children were going to this event I would do my homework first(excuse the pun). Then I would make the final decision. I'm not sure who the nightclub could get for that age range that would fill the venue either. Maybe pepper Pig! Funny thing I don't disagree with the parents. I just think most live in a world of double standards e.g.kids drink coke,powerade,Mc Donald's. Don't want to label all parents as being the same. But lets face it, if these parents and their parents, parents that have sewn the seeds for the society we have today. Funny World we live in RealTalkSouthampton
  • Score: -7

11:53am Tue 25 Feb 14

CivicCentered says...

RealTalkSouthampton wrote:
I can defiantly see why some parents would be upset. But then again most of these kids 13-16 watch people like Rhianna, Justin Bieber, etc, etc the list is endless. They would also pay an extortionate amount of money to watch them at the O2. if my children were going to this event I would do my homework first(excuse the pun). Then I would make the final decision. I'm not sure who the nightclub could get for that age range that would fill the venue either. Maybe pepper Pig! Funny thing I don't disagree with the parents. I just think most live in a world of double standards e.g.kids drink coke,powerade,Mc Donald's. Don't want to label all parents as being the same. But lets face it, if these parents and their parents, parents that have sewn the seeds for the society we have today. Funny World we live in
Sure, kids watch Justin Bieber, Rhianna and the like... But at least they have something kind of talent (whether you like them or not), they bring something else to the table other than being famous for, well, nothing much.

...and would you really do your homework? Honestly? If someone had old me that this guy was the special guest I'd just think "who?" and then move on. Wouldn't cross my mind that he is who he is...

and then you ramble on about double standards and fast food and fizzy drinks... Not really sure what thats got to do with the price of fish...
[quote][p][bold]RealTalkSouthampton[/bold] wrote: I can defiantly see why some parents would be upset. But then again most of these kids 13-16 watch people like Rhianna, Justin Bieber, etc, etc the list is endless. They would also pay an extortionate amount of money to watch them at the O2. if my children were going to this event I would do my homework first(excuse the pun). Then I would make the final decision. I'm not sure who the nightclub could get for that age range that would fill the venue either. Maybe pepper Pig! Funny thing I don't disagree with the parents. I just think most live in a world of double standards e.g.kids drink coke,powerade,Mc Donald's. Don't want to label all parents as being the same. But lets face it, if these parents and their parents, parents that have sewn the seeds for the society we have today. Funny World we live in[/p][/quote]Sure, kids watch Justin Bieber, Rhianna and the like... But at least they have something kind of talent (whether you like them or not), they bring something else to the table other than being famous for, well, nothing much. ...and would you really do your homework? Honestly? If someone had old me that this guy was the special guest I'd just think "who?" and then move on. Wouldn't cross my mind that he is who he is... and then you ramble on about double standards and fast food and fizzy drinks... Not really sure what thats got to do with the price of fish... CivicCentered
  • Score: 7

12:06pm Tue 25 Feb 14

eurogordi says...

Parents could have prevented their teenage children from attending, but equally the man involved seems to have abused his celebrity status in a way that was sexually provocative to encourage under age teenagers to take part in the kissing and cuddling.

Oceana has some responsibility in that the organisation booked this particular celebrity. Were any boundaries specified in the contract with the celebrity? Of course, celebrities are all too often arrogant and ignore such clauses, but it would help Oceana remain innocent to a point.

However, what concerns me most is that we have a host of past celebrities being hauled through the courts at present. Most of them are being found not guilty, but did they do anything more or less than the celebrity mentioned in this article?

He should be more careful if he wants to avoid being brought before the courts himself in future years!
Parents could have prevented their teenage children from attending, but equally the man involved seems to have abused his celebrity status in a way that was sexually provocative to encourage under age teenagers to take part in the kissing and cuddling. Oceana has some responsibility in that the organisation booked this particular celebrity. Were any boundaries specified in the contract with the celebrity? Of course, celebrities are all too often arrogant and ignore such clauses, but it would help Oceana remain innocent to a point. However, what concerns me most is that we have a host of past celebrities being hauled through the courts at present. Most of them are being found not guilty, but did they do anything more or less than the celebrity mentioned in this article? He should be more careful if he wants to avoid being brought before the courts himself in future years! eurogordi
  • Score: 4

12:26pm Tue 25 Feb 14

cookie1987 says...

Well surely if that under 18's know who Gaz is there surely the parents are letting there children watch Geordie shore which is pretty outrageous in the actions of the people on the show So not sure if a half hour personal appearance at a nightclub that is supervised is really going to make much difference. At end of day if parents are so concerned about something as minor then this then maybe they need to stop allowing there kids to go clubbing under the age of 18 dressed in outfits most young woman wouldn't wear. Want your children to be children then stop treating them like adults.
Well surely if that under 18's know who Gaz is there surely the parents are letting there children watch Geordie shore which is pretty outrageous in the actions of the people on the show So not sure if a half hour personal appearance at a nightclub that is supervised is really going to make much difference. At end of day if parents are so concerned about something as minor then this then maybe they need to stop allowing there kids to go clubbing under the age of 18 dressed in outfits most young woman wouldn't wear. Want your children to be children then stop treating them like adults. cookie1987
  • Score: 4

12:30pm Tue 25 Feb 14

elvisimo says...

CivicCentered wrote:
RealTalkSouthampton wrote:
I can defiantly see why some parents would be upset. But then again most of these kids 13-16 watch people like Rhianna, Justin Bieber, etc, etc the list is endless. They would also pay an extortionate amount of money to watch them at the O2. if my children were going to this event I would do my homework first(excuse the pun). Then I would make the final decision. I'm not sure who the nightclub could get for that age range that would fill the venue either. Maybe pepper Pig! Funny thing I don't disagree with the parents. I just think most live in a world of double standards e.g.kids drink coke,powerade,Mc Donald's. Don't want to label all parents as being the same. But lets face it, if these parents and their parents, parents that have sewn the seeds for the society we have today. Funny World we live in
Sure, kids watch Justin Bieber, Rhianna and the like... But at least they have something kind of talent (whether you like them or not), they bring something else to the table other than being famous for, well, nothing much.

...and would you really do your homework? Honestly? If someone had old me that this guy was the special guest I'd just think "who?" and then move on. Wouldn't cross my mind that he is who he is...

and then you ramble on about double standards and fast food and fizzy drinks... Not really sure what thats got to do with the price of fish...
yep that nice Bieber guy brings lessons in drug taking, drink driving and assault. I think that Rhianna hasn't progressed past the drugs stage yet.

I agree that parents should do their homework. When I was a kid the under 16's do was as Top Rank on a Monday night and I wasn't allowed to go until my folks new exactly what the event entailed.
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RealTalkSouthampton[/bold] wrote: I can defiantly see why some parents would be upset. But then again most of these kids 13-16 watch people like Rhianna, Justin Bieber, etc, etc the list is endless. They would also pay an extortionate amount of money to watch them at the O2. if my children were going to this event I would do my homework first(excuse the pun). Then I would make the final decision. I'm not sure who the nightclub could get for that age range that would fill the venue either. Maybe pepper Pig! Funny thing I don't disagree with the parents. I just think most live in a world of double standards e.g.kids drink coke,powerade,Mc Donald's. Don't want to label all parents as being the same. But lets face it, if these parents and their parents, parents that have sewn the seeds for the society we have today. Funny World we live in[/p][/quote]Sure, kids watch Justin Bieber, Rhianna and the like... But at least they have something kind of talent (whether you like them or not), they bring something else to the table other than being famous for, well, nothing much. ...and would you really do your homework? Honestly? If someone had old me that this guy was the special guest I'd just think "who?" and then move on. Wouldn't cross my mind that he is who he is... and then you ramble on about double standards and fast food and fizzy drinks... Not really sure what thats got to do with the price of fish...[/p][/quote]yep that nice Bieber guy brings lessons in drug taking, drink driving and assault. I think that Rhianna hasn't progressed past the drugs stage yet. I agree that parents should do their homework. When I was a kid the under 16's do was as Top Rank on a Monday night and I wasn't allowed to go until my folks new exactly what the event entailed. elvisimo
  • Score: 5

12:45pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Shoong says...

What a pretty boy.

Does anyone remember the real hell raisers like Keith Moon?

Bring back the old school rock stars!
What a pretty boy. Does anyone remember the real hell raisers like Keith Moon? Bring back the old school rock stars! Shoong
  • Score: 2

3:37pm Tue 25 Feb 14

kyrrie says...

Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.
Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it. kyrrie
  • Score: 1

3:50pm Tue 25 Feb 14

CivicCentered says...

kyrrie wrote:
Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.
Yep, because no teenager has ever watched anything that their parents haven't allowed them to...
[quote][p][bold]kyrrie[/bold] wrote: Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.[/p][/quote]Yep, because no teenager has ever watched anything that their parents haven't allowed them to... CivicCentered
  • Score: 0

3:51pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Mary80 says...

Geordie Shore is a piece of t.r.a.s.h that glorifies getting drunk and being a whore
Geordie Shore is a piece of t.r.a.s.h that glorifies getting drunk and being a whore Mary80
  • Score: 6

4:27pm Tue 25 Feb 14

CharlieTaplin says...

I personally think this whole thing is ridiculous. Firstly if these parents are so concerned about the impact this has on their children and believe he is not suitable then why are they even allowed to go to a night club. I think the issue should be that 13 - 16 year olds are actually allowed to have an evening in a night club in the first place.
Its hypercritical to say ' I dont want my child to associate with this type of role model ' but then allow them to behave like an adult for the night.
Secondly, if these children didn't watch Geordie Shore in the first place they wouldn't have a clue who he was so they would have no interest in meeting him and would not know of his reputation.
This would be a completely different story if it was a different celebrity. A lot of celebrities have the same reputation but just don't shove it in your face.
The whole point of the program is that they go get drunk and have sex.
So maybe these concerned parents should take more of an interest in what their children are watching on TV instead of just moaning about it.
I personally think this whole thing is ridiculous. Firstly if these parents are so concerned about the impact this has on their children and believe he is not suitable then why are they even allowed to go to a night club. I think the issue should be that 13 - 16 year olds are actually allowed to have an evening in a night club in the first place. Its hypercritical to say ' I dont want my child to associate with this type of role model ' but then allow them to behave like an adult for the night. Secondly, if these children didn't watch Geordie Shore in the first place they wouldn't have a clue who he was so they would have no interest in meeting him and would not know of his reputation. This would be a completely different story if it was a different celebrity. A lot of celebrities have the same reputation but just don't shove it in your face. The whole point of the program is that they go get drunk and have sex. So maybe these concerned parents should take more of an interest in what their children are watching on TV instead of just moaning about it. CharlieTaplin
  • Score: 2

4:45pm Tue 25 Feb 14

RomseyKeith says...

CivicCentered wrote:
kyrrie wrote: Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.
Yep, because no teenager has ever watched anything that their parents haven't allowed them to...
I'm in my mid-30s (slightly the wrong side of it). I remember being 13. I used to stay up to watch programmes like Dream On (a kind of live-action Family Guy with cut-aways from the same people who made Friends, albeit slightly earlier) because I knew there'd be topless scenes and the like. As well as various late night films. My copy of Under Siege went around most of the guys in my classes and was worn out a certain cake scene too. And then there were the more videos doing the rounds at school. It's part of growing up. The only difference these days is way the media like to blow so much out of proportion. Kids hardly go out these days. there aren't the school discos and youth clubs anymore. Instead, most do social networking to meet people, and on those sites the lines between fantasy and reality are blurred. In reality kids aren't as bad as they appear or promote themselves to be.
I remember all the claims of big fights won and pretty girls slept with from my peers when I was that age, and it was all untrue. However, in print people tend to believe the status updates more than the spoken word.
Kids aren't much different today than they've ever been. It's just how they're perceived by reactionary media and often their own self-promotion.
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kyrrie[/bold] wrote: Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.[/p][/quote]Yep, because no teenager has ever watched anything that their parents haven't allowed them to...[/p][/quote]I'm in my mid-30s (slightly the wrong side of it). I remember being 13. I used to stay up to watch programmes like Dream On (a kind of live-action Family Guy with cut-aways from the same people who made Friends, albeit slightly earlier) because I knew there'd be topless scenes and the like. As well as various late night films. My copy of Under Siege went around most of the guys in my classes and was worn out a certain cake scene too. And then there were the more videos doing the rounds at school. It's part of growing up. The only difference these days is way the media like to blow so much out of proportion. Kids hardly go out these days. there aren't the school discos and youth clubs anymore. Instead, most do social networking to meet people, and on those sites the lines between fantasy and reality are blurred. In reality kids aren't as bad as they appear or promote themselves to be. I remember all the claims of big fights won and pretty girls slept with from my peers when I was that age, and it was all untrue. However, in print people tend to believe the status updates more than the spoken word. Kids aren't much different today than they've ever been. It's just how they're perceived by reactionary media and often their own self-promotion. RomseyKeith
  • Score: 3

5:01pm Tue 25 Feb 14

RomseyKeith says...

Shoong wrote:
What a pretty boy. Does anyone remember the real hell raisers like Keith Moon? Bring back the old school rock stars!
Bring back old school rock too. It's so rare to hear some classic rock on the radio these days, and most of the charts are just bland generic dance music, rap music, or slow depressing songs.
Where are the new AC/DC, GnR, Led Zeppelin, etc...?
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: What a pretty boy. Does anyone remember the real hell raisers like Keith Moon? Bring back the old school rock stars![/p][/quote]Bring back old school rock too. It's so rare to hear some classic rock on the radio these days, and most of the charts are just bland generic dance music, rap music, or slow depressing songs. Where are the new AC/DC, GnR, Led Zeppelin, etc...? RomseyKeith
  • Score: 2

5:09pm Tue 25 Feb 14

solentsunseeker says...

The question is, would a Secondary School have allowed this at a school disco - No and it would be front page news, so Oceana have the same duty of care during this event.
The question is, would a Secondary School have allowed this at a school disco - No and it would be front page news, so Oceana have the same duty of care during this event. solentsunseeker
  • Score: 1

10:19pm Tue 25 Feb 14

kyrrie says...

CivicCentered wrote:
kyrrie wrote:
Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.
Yep, because no teenager has ever watched anything that their parents haven't allowed them to...
I agree but this programme is not on early and my point is that if they are that worried about what they do and who they meet and don't agree with them seeing him then they should take more notice of what they watch then they would have been aware of who he was before their children met him and could have stopped them from going.
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kyrrie[/bold] wrote: Your worried about the fact these children were meeting Gaz but to know who he is then they must be watching the program that he is in which is all about sex, drink and clubbing. Surely the parents/grandparents should be more worried about the fact that their young children are watching this program and seeing all sorts. If you monitored your childrens viewing habits then they wouldn't know who he is and then he wouldn't have been invited! So who is to blame him for earning a living making an adult show or you for letting your minors watch it.[/p][/quote]Yep, because no teenager has ever watched anything that their parents haven't allowed them to...[/p][/quote]I agree but this programme is not on early and my point is that if they are that worried about what they do and who they meet and don't agree with them seeing him then they should take more notice of what they watch then they would have been aware of who he was before their children met him and could have stopped them from going. kyrrie
  • Score: 2

10:51pm Tue 25 Feb 14

bigfella777 says...

Who is he anyway?
Who is he anyway? bigfella777
  • Score: 1

11:20pm Tue 25 Feb 14

mariej09 says...

I let my daughter go that night he was down there and they are all going on about how many girls he has slept with i would be more worried about the fact people let their kids go out with hardly anything one i would not of let my daughter walk out the front door the way some of the young girls was dress.
I let my daughter go that night he was down there and they are all going on about how many girls he has slept with i would be more worried about the fact people let their kids go out with hardly anything one i would not of let my daughter walk out the front door the way some of the young girls was dress. mariej09
  • Score: 0

7:04am Wed 26 Feb 14

Zexagon says...

Only 700?
Only 700? Zexagon
  • Score: 0

9:23am Wed 26 Feb 14

thesouth says...

It's all boll*cks anyway, who would sleep with him?!?!?
It's all boll*cks anyway, who would sleep with him?!?!? thesouth
  • Score: 2

5:11pm Wed 26 Feb 14

RomseyKeith says...

If they wanna s1ut it up with some self-preening selrf-worshipper who views women as mere objects then let them. They can lead that glamourous life style of catching a ovary-shrivelly sex disease, with all the fun of anti-bitotics and regular invasive examinations from health worker.
More education prob aint the answer either, as most see it as something that happens to other people. We all learn from our own mistakes. Unfortunately, sometimes that mistake is a costly one that affects the rest of our lives (however short that may be if it's something very nasty that's caught).
If they wanna s1ut it up with some self-preening selrf-worshipper who views women as mere objects then let them. They can lead that glamourous life style of catching a ovary-shrivelly sex disease, with all the fun of anti-bitotics and regular invasive examinations from health worker. More education prob aint the answer either, as most see it as something that happens to other people. We all learn from our own mistakes. Unfortunately, sometimes that mistake is a costly one that affects the rest of our lives (however short that may be if it's something very nasty that's caught). RomseyKeith
  • Score: 0

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