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Here come the Thai moral sex crusaders: Students forbidden from doing anything naughty anywhere anytime!

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oh, it is ok, they can do it, from the picture, one boy, one girl, they are not gay,  I thought only gay does it.?????

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Forgive if I buck the trend here. What these idiots are trying to impose on the school kids would that not be a parents job to make sure they have times to be home, time to make sure study homework was done Time to make sure jobs are done around the house. Its called discipline God to forbid me to do they discipline their kids here or is the job of teachers When I was a kid we were shown both school and home about sex when we turned 13 Teenager That way the onus would fall back on the kid what they wanted to do You can do your best for your kids and hope they make right choices

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

The education authorities wanted powers to sanction students for inappropriate and promiscuous behavior anywhere anytime.

 

And who will police the students' actions?  Will they have the equivalent of the Islamic Mutawa'ah prowling around checking under every bush?  Perhaps the army could be equipped with measuring tapes to check skirt lengths - they would enjoy that!

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

students were just banned from wandering about together after dark

Does this include motorbike racing?

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18 hours ago, Suradit69 said:

Yes, by comparison, all the farang  student sex tourists who come to Thailand are geniuses ... and as they get older they become even more intelligent.

 

I am not referring to tourists / sex tourists at all in my post. There are many people who come here with jobs and careers and aren't just here for bar girls. 

 

I was simply referring to personal points I have been told by my wife and some of her friends who have studied in Thailand and also abroad.

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It sounds like they are introducing the Muslim law of khalwat - it is illegal to be  in suspicious proximity of anyone of the opposite sex who is not a member of one's family.

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20 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

You are going to stop 18-21 year old men and women from having sex?

 

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

 

Good luck!

 

PS We are all anonymous here...

 

Even allowing for differences in cultures, how many members think Thai men and women are virgins when they graduate?

 

How many members were virgins when they graduated Uni?

 

How many members think this will be a effective policy?

 

 

oooops, duplicate comment deleted.
to many pages to read on this topic of interest to all on TV it seems

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Bar owners beware. No doubt if this succeeds, farang oriented bars are in line for the wowsers to "crack down" on naughty farangs. 

The Thailand I loved is well on the way out.

Sad.

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20 hours ago, kcpattaya said:

Yet, another GREAT plan!

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did not learn how to calculate, instead focused on a do not .... list and this poor pig was not on that list.

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New measures proposed by the Ministry of Education and now endorsed by a ministerial committee are banning students from having sexual contact anywhere.

 

The country is well known for hundreds of thousands of brothels, massage parlours, Go-Go bars and barbeers that it doesn't make any sense to tell young adults that sex is something bad. 

 

I'm speechless and wondering what's next?

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My heart goes out to all Thai students. It is the last place in the world I would want to be a student. Unless and until they are able to say to their teachers: "You are wrong. This is why I think this is the correct answer", things will never change. 

 

They are teenagers. They want to have some fun. And the fact that their classmates are some of the prettiest women on earth does not help them to behave! Let them have some fun. Oppressing them makes the forbidden fruit even sweeter. 

 

That is virtually impossible here. Instead, they are addressing this from the outside in.

 

The goons in charge are focusing their efforts in all the wrong areas. They are trying to make Thailand a Quaker State. A land of purity. Total BS. Nonsense. Misplaced priorities, and wasted efforts. They should be focusing their efforts on rebuilding the educational system from the ground up. And working on traffic and public safety, easing import tariffs, making visa policy simpler, and more friendly, boosting Western tourism, real crackdowns on slavery, and illegal fishing instead of nonsensical hyperbole, cleaning up the water, the air, the rivers, and the beaches, and other things that actually improve lives.

 

Little P. Not making Thailand great again. And moving the nation backwards at an astonishing and alarming pace.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

My heart goes out to all Thai students. It is the last place in the world I would want to be a student. Unless and until they are able to say "teacher you are wrong, and this is my theory of why you have not addresses this issue correctly", there will be no change or progress. That is virtually impossible here. Instead, they are addressing this from the outside in.

 

The goons in charge are focusing their efforts in all the wrong areas. They are trying to make Thailand a Quaker State. A land of purity. Total BS. Nonsense. Misplaced priorities, and wasted efforts. They should be focusing their efforts on improving the educational system from the bottom up, traffic and public safety, easing import tariffs, making visa policy simpler, and more friendly, boosting Western tourism, real croneackdowns on slavery, and illegal fishing instead of nonsensical hyperbole, cleaning up the water, the air, the rivers, and the beaches, and other things that actually improve lives.

 

Little P. Not making Thailand great again. And moving the nation backwards at an astonishing and alarming pace.  

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Correct Mike. We all know when you become teenagers The hormones Testosterone levels start to rise. I am afraid that is part of growing up. They just don't get this, do they? My question is how can you stop a teenager from being a teenager Psst MrPm what you are trying to control here happens in every country in the world, Welcome to the 21 st century Thai Gov 

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I taught for a short time in a school where seven 15 year old Thai boys had sex with a 15 year old Thai girl in the basement boys toilet and put it on social media - parents and teachers didn’t know about it until it was reported by a student three months later and was picked up by the media. I think at present Thai teen agers have far too much freedom. Freedom to take the exhausts of their motorbikes and roar round at 4am, freedom to own and use guns, freedom to not go to school, freedom to use Yabba, freedom to get girls pregnant and walk away leaving society with the problem and freedom to ignore teacher and parent sanctions and controls. But the solutions mentioned in this article are obviously NOT the way to tackle that problem - finally added to that its also Thaivisa clickbait as usual!!

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