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Sunday, 20 May 2007
12:16:35 PM (GMT)
Okay, if you have ever found yourself saying/thinking any of these things with
regards to kupika:
"what is someone so old doing on kupika?"
"omg they are such a pervert"
"There are children here, he/she/it shouldn't be doing that!"
Then this entry is directed at you. A number of things you might want to consider:
Stop being so damn arrogant. The internet is not solely for the use of teenagers.
Kupika is not solely for the use of teenagers. I doubt it was even intended for the
use of teenagers.
2. Age and it's relation to paedophilia.
Hina is 22, and yet I don't hear anyone saying he should find something better to do,
or that he's a pervert.
Newsflash: Not everyone over the age of 20 is a paedophile. Why do you think that
anyway? Because the media has hyped up paedophilia to the point where people are
almost hysterical. Rape occurs far, far more than paedophilia, and is committed
mostly by men, but I don't see anyone proclaiming all males are rapists.
The chances of you coming across a paedophile are almost nil. And if you did, they
likely wouldn't reveal their true age. So stop assuming people that put their age as
32 are going to come and get you.
Calling someone a pervert on the internet is almost laughable. Why would you? If
someone in real life is harassing you, then that can range from uncomfortable to
extremely distressing. But on the internet? You can just ignore them. In fact, the
opportunities for you to ignore them are huge! You can blacklist, close the window,
turn off your computer, or even just not look at the words.
And most of the time you're not even justified in calling people perverts. Enjoying
sex does not make you a pervert. Being bisexual does not make you a pervert. Cybersex
does not make you a pervert. Exchanging pictures of various bodily parts does not
make you a pervert.
Actually, I lied. Pervert is pretty subjective, so what is and isn't perversion is up
to the reader to decide. But as long as it's not hurting anyone, what's the problem?
Why do you feel the need to push your nose in where it's not wanted? Let people
express themselves how they like. Else you won't have a leg to stand on when you
argue against your expression being suppressed.
That is all.
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