Originally posted by Gauri_3
Originally posted by return_to_hades
You know your thunking is right. In fact if I had daughters I would encourage them to be LUG's or preferably LUM's. If your hormones are really raging why not adapt something that is infallible birth control with 0% chance or pregnancy, minimizes STD
and still lets you claim chastity
. I mean with the way things are going, it seems like one way to prevent pregnancy.
You know on the other hand if it is long term I will even save on dowry.
Not so sure about the red one and the other bolded part - well --- define "chastity"
People seeking dowry will come up with one or the other way to claim their share from you. I wouldn't be counting on that either
If one has a son and they happen to be timid, the other guy's parents may manage to extort what they could have gotten if their son was not hooked by the timid peopl's son! Getting confusing --- well, what could one expect when things are not as "straight" as they used to be
I think you and WA are in a conspiracy to get me fired.
Anywho I should say 'reduces risk of std' that sounds more reasonable. But chastity - I could write an essay on perceptions and definitions. But, I do not want to flood the forum with too many inappropriate technical details. >PM<
To get back on track with the topic. I think we have an interesting case here where a girl got the guy into an inappropriate situation. During teenage pregnancies we tend to assume the guy may have pressurized the girl, we get concerned with older guys dating high school girls. This situation makes one remember to think the other way round too. Most parents worry about their girl getting pregnant, very few give thought to their son becoming an underage father - even fewer may worry that a barely teen son could become a father. Boys are not going to be pushing babies anytime soon, but perhaps it is time parents of boys also stepped up to help their boys make right decisions.
We typically get concerned when a 20 year old guy dates a 16 year old girl. However, they are both at approximately the same level of psychological and biological maturity. Usually it is in the mid twenties when the two genders even off. But a 15 year old girl and 13 year old boy can be a much greater disparity Should we show equal concern over such situations too? Or can we live in the asumption that boys cannot be taken advantage of.