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Songkran poll: Have over half female revellers really been groped?

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your reasoning leaves out reality

No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

Ah, blaming the victim.

The "they asked for it" defence. Used by rapists and sexual predators for years over.

Pathetic.

No. but it is a jungle out there and one should avoid the lions, not invite them in.

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I wonder how many of the girls who were allegedly groped during a Sonkran were up for the celebrations the next year and the year after?

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying its right or it gives anyone the right for anyone to do it, but when people are out partying, dressed for fun, sometimes the wrong messages can be passed on.

Again, it is not a 'blame the victim' question.

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I'd bet more than half. Inhibitions down due to lots of drinking by both men and women.

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Groped or fondled? bah.gif

Or unwelcome sexual contact.

Call it what you want, it's still physical assault of a predatory sexual nature.

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To be left to enjoy yourself in a manner of your choosing without having to fear sexual assault?

your reasoning leaves out reality
No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

What! No ankle bracelet with a GPS locator? You are a trusting person.

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Every year I Songkran celebration in the village where I am the only farang.

And yes, I confirm that vicious women take this opportunity to grope me or even more...


But I still go back this year.


Pfft ! giggle.gif

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your reasoning leaves out reality

No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

Ah, blaming the victim.

The "they asked for it" defence. Used by rapists and sexual predators for years over.

Pathetic.

No. but it is a jungle out there and one should avoid the lions, not invite them in.

So avoiding the celebrations altogether, or wearing body armour is your solution then!

How about perverts keeping their hands to themselves and allowing people to go about life unmolested!

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get dressed up in sexy clothes,wet T-shirt,get drunk and dance around with drunk men,what do you expect to happen

To be left to enjoy yourself in a manner of your choosing without having to fear sexual assault?

your reasoning leaves out reality

No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

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get dressed up in sexy clothes,wet T-shirt,get drunk and dance around with drunk men,what do you expect to happen

To be left to enjoy yourself in a manner of your choosing without having to fear sexual assault?

your reasoning leaves out reality

No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

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Last year,i overheard a very pretty young lady complaining to a police man that she'd been continuously 'graped'.The copper said that surely she meant groped.She replied

"No i say graped,there was a bunch of them"gigglem.gif

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I did same with my children back when they were younger...where are going and with who..what time you comming home? They obeyed the rules for the most part. If they didn't I would take there cell phone away. That was enough of a insenative

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your reasoning leaves out reality

No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

Ah, blaming the victim.

The "they asked for it" defence. Used by rapists and sexual predators for years over.

Pathetic.

No. but it is a jungle out there and one should avoid the lions, not invite them in.

So avoiding the celebrations altogether, or wearing body armour is your solution then!

How about perverts keeping their hands to themselves and allowing people to go about life unmolested!

I live in the real world, not in a 'what should be world' and i try to protect those dear to me as best i can. I didn't say avoid celebrations or wear body armour just dress decently,behave decently and be with people you know and can trust, end of story i'm not going to argue with PC, 'castles in the sky' people.

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Ah, blaming the victim.

The "they asked for it" defence. Used by rapists and sexual predators for years over.

Pathetic.

No. but it is a jungle out there and one should avoid the lions, not invite them in.

It's not a jungle. It's supposed to be a civilised society.

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your reasoning leaves out reality

No, it shows how it should be.

Just because something happens, it does not follow that it is right or acceptable.

Nor should it be defended.

one generally gets what one asks for,when my two step daughters go out, 20 and 15, i make sure that they are appropriately dressed and that they are with a decent set of people,the 20 year old doesn't have to obey me at her age but thankfully she does, up to now i have had no disasters happen, i want to know where they are going,who they are with and a time is set for when they come back home, that works at my house anyway.

Ah, blaming the victim.

The "they asked for it" defence. Used by rapists and sexual predators for years over.

Pathetic.

No. but it is a jungle out there and one should avoid the lions, not invite them in.

So avoiding the celebrations altogether, or wearing body armour is your solution then!

How about perverts keeping their hands to themselves and allowing people to go about life unmolested!

Which part of not provoking is it that you don't understand?

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