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

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Does that go for the teachers as well? And do they have mixed classes in uni or are they all segregated 

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4 hours ago, bkk75 said:

Sir you better wai when you see a poo yai or you may get deported.  

 

Joking aside...

 

I see some benefits of Thai culture..you foreigeners can say all you want about being submissive and fake but in some conditions I see it being way superior than self righteous and entitled students it creates in the West.

I see some benefits in Thai culture as well but having spoken to many Thai students in England, education isn't one of them

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

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

Yeh well what about the adults who do naughty things to the students?

 

That may be a larger problem, especially when these young people look up to some of these figures, whether in authority or elsewhere. I'm sure this is a well known problem in Isan, that is kept very quiet!

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1 hour ago, dunroaming said:

I don't think anyone is arguing with that principle.  Some students manage quite successfully to combine Uni and a good and extensive social life.  Possibly because they are brighter than the swats that have to put in more arduous study.  There will always be those who find the work more challenging and their dedication to their tasks gives them considerable kudos in that respect.  That is not to do with being in Thailand either.  I found it most annoying when some of my friends at university seemed to breeze through the workload when others like me took far more time and effort over it.  The results were pretty much the same.

 

But being at university should be about work and also having a good time.  There needs to be a balance and most will find that.  However some won't and they will end up losing out.  Such is life.  I found that a good sex life was essential, especially when the stress levels got to me.  A spliff and a good sh*g can work wonders when the pressure gets too great.  I found the girls thought the same, thank goodness!

This discussion started when I answered the question posted by wvavin:  "Any meaningful schools in this country?"

 

I explained there were, and you replied with:  " The poor students busting a gut to get a degree are those who can't afford to buy one. " 

 

I disagreed.  I found that statement condescending; it undoubtedly applies to some students, but not all. 

 

We seem to have been converging on attitudes since.  I never stated that the hard working students had no social life, just that their social life ran a distant second in priority and time to their top goal of getting a marketable degree.

 

Rules telling these students they can't associate with the opposite sex at any time while pursuing a degree will give the students a good laugh, then will be ignored.

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Why bother going to university if you ain't going to screw your brains out? Information can be easily (and in Thailand's case far more reliably) learned DIY from the internet. 

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6 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?

 

 

how many students are pregnant while graduating?

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6 hours ago, NanLaew said:

Never discount the possibility of a high incidence of ongoing immaculate conceptions either.

Sorry NL (and the eight likers) but the immaculate conception has got nothing to do with the virgin birth.

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3 hours ago, heybruce said:

 

 

I don't know any bar girls so I don't know about their education status.  You are probably correct, I'm sure degrees are rare.

Bruce nobody on here knows any bar girls, I am surprised that you felt it needed saying.

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6 hours ago, kcpattaya said:

Yet, another GREAT plan!

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YES.... Not until this 'Present Military Regime' has there been such a move against 'Mother Nature'..... and trying to stop Human Nature from 'occuring'.... This Army General.and his 'Improvements' are seen by Most people, Thai and foreigners, as warped ideas meant to appease a few who think like him...... I just wonder... as a Thai man...... Is he really that 'PURE' or is he just accustomed to trying 'to cover up his own tracks'.....and appear to the 'public' as being 'Pure'.........

Leave mother nature alone and teach more 'birth-control' ..... STARTING A 13 YEARS OLD..........

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As I understand from a high school teach , students are the main clientele of the rural sex motels .  

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6 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?

 

 

I have been amazed at how quickly after they turn thirty  people forget every moment of the first twenty-five years of their lives. Thais are not the only ones who do this. Why this happens I have never discovered. Certainly I remember how strong my desire for sex was when I was in high school, and they seem not to.

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1 minute ago, sawadeeken said:

YES.... Not until this 'Present Military Regime' has there been such a move against 'Mother Nature'..... and trying to stop Human Nature from 'occuring'.... This Army General.and his 'Improvements' are seen by Most people, Thai and foreigners, as warped ideas meant to appease a few who think like him...... I just wonder... as a Thai man...... Is he really that 'PURE' or is he just accustomed to trying 'to cover up his own tracks'.....and appear to the 'public' as being 'Pure'.........

Leave mother nature alone and teach more 'birth-control' ..... STARTING A 13 YEARS OLD..........

well before 13 , many 13 year old's already being screwed by uncles and others - but that's ok, the old adage applies - families that pray screw together stay together.

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There is no mention of age group these people in power are speaking about... i can understand to a certain degree if they are early teens but otherwise they are opening a can of worms that will come back and bite!

 

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This can only work very well for young people! Praise to the powers that be for saving them from themselves!

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