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

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41 minutes ago, Misterwhisper said:

The question arises: Are these perhaps the very same "crusaders" who regularly frequent massage parlors and karaoke bars (a.k.a. brothels in disguise) and more or less clandestinely keep several "mia nois" around?

 

Jesus Christ, with these puritanical attitudes prevailing among the arch-conservative establishment it sometimes really borders on a sheer miracle that this country ever developed a population of well over 65 million people. Perhaps they all grew on trees...?  

Many would suggest they are up in trees. 

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29 minutes ago, Sakeopete said:

They can't even enforce the helmet law. I don't think students have much to worry about.

What's the Helmet law for students.

No biting ? :smile:

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>> The new measures are added to a long list of don't for students that include truancy, gambling, weapons, alcohol and other misdemeanors such as forbidding prostitution.

 

Those are OK for others ? ?

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1 hour 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?

 

 

Or when they enroll in university?

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1 hour ago, BobbyL said:

Keep them dumb and underexposed to the world.

 

Could you imagine being a university student in Thailand? It must be truly awful. 

 

My wife couldn't believe what the life of a student was like when she went to study in England a few years ago. Highly interesting topics, seminars where you are allowed to openly question lecturers theories, offer your own opinion on research, producing high quality group projects, studying a variety of professional development courses, not having to wear a uniform and wai every senior Tom, Dick and Harry, going out and having fun. 

 

It is all the complete opposite of here.  

But remember, they've, never been colonized.

The empire builders of old dropped by and saw no need, the locals had done a brilliant job exploiting and subjugating themselves.

It's proudly gone on to this day, and in fact, they urgently see a need to regress a little, these newfangled smartphones are giving the kids ideas.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

The new measures are added to a long list of don't for students that include truancy, gambling, weapons, alcohol and other misdemeanors such as forbidding prostitution. 

 

 And yet, truancy, gambling, weapons, alcohol and prostitution etc. are certainly rampant among so-called "university" students here.

 

So why would the authorities think that adding promiscuity to the list is going to be any different?

 

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15 minutes ago, stanleycoin said:

What's the Helmet law for students.

No biting ? :smile:

Cover your helmet when you're on a ride?

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The Junta is just adding to the antagonism already simmering in almost all young Thais. Do they realise the direction they are sending this beautiful country:? I think not. Any delay in elections is being made more fearful for all Thais and the prospect of real damaging consequences is looming larger with every new freedom inhibiting law the Junta come out with.

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17 minutes ago, stanleycoin said:

What's the Helmet law for students.

No biting ? :smile:

Helmet? Hmm maybe. .. some variant of puu nim for their soft shell, but it won't protect them from the crabs... 

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1 hour 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?

 

 

And  for their same stupid, unrealistic reasons they're against sex education in school. Claiming, once the students know how to do it, they will do it all the time. It's completely wrong as one can see in the example of math, and english language education.  

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1 minute ago, tigermoth said:

The Junta is just adding to the antagonism already simmering in almost all young Thais. Do they realise the direction they are sending this beautiful country:? I think not. Any delay in elections is being made more fearful for all Thais and the prospect of real damaging consequences is looming larger with every new freedom inhibiting law the Junta come out with.

If you're a sclerotic old local elitist, there is nothing wrong at all with these regressive rules, they probably already exist in some dusty statute book, or religious teachings, and have merely been resurrected, that seems the case in so many recent announcements, from banning Air BnB to the 'new' dress standards for Government House hacks.

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