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07/14/2012 4:33 PM
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JulieAnne20 wrote:FatUglyZittyGirl wrote:I wonder if this would be a problem in another country. It seems like a very American thing to be up in arms over.It's not necessarily a bad thing to not want children talking to random people about their balls.
FatUglyZittyGirl wrote:I wonder if this would be a problem in another country. It seems like a very American thing to be up in arms over.
07/14/2012 4:44 PM
meatball77 wrote:JulieAnne20 wrote:FatUglyZittyGirl wrote:I wonder if this would be a problem in another country. It seems like a very American thing to be up in arms over.It's not necessarily a bad thing to not want children talking to random people about their balls.Is it right to tell a kid that a subject is so dirty that they won't give them an answer when they ask an honest question? Isn't that much much worse?If a kid asks an honest question then they deserve an honest answer (with the answer geared towards the age of the child). If this child was cutting themselves and asking for advice then the older person suggesting clippers (which he couldn't cut himself with) is a good answer. Now if he pulled out his dick and showed the kid how to lather himself up with shaving cream or showed him a youtube video, that would not be appropriate. Saying, I can't answer that question so go find out the answer from one of your bunkmates who may or may not have the right answer, that's wrong.
07/14/2012 4:47 PM
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Thank you for answering. I hope you didn't think I was like yelling at you or anything, like GET YOUR BUTT BACK HERE! Just wondering if you were ever going to come back and answer questions
I still stand by my statement. I still think this was probably silliness and the kid felt comfortable talking to his camp counselor about a silly thing. Like someone else said, this is the age of Google, he could have just Google'd it himself and gotten an answer, but he felt comfortable enough to just ask a male counselor and he got a response.
Kids have all kinds of questions and sometimes they live in homes where they don't feel they can or they don't feel comfortable in asking their parents for the answers. So they turn to an adult they feel comfortable with and won't feel embarrassed talking to them about silly questions.
07/14/2012 8:55 PM
Mistress Darcy wrote:I guess I don't know the ENTIRE situation, but I do know friends who have had similar uncomfortable discussions with kids they were mentoring or watching in various ways who had parents that never taught them hygiene type stuff. I don't get why you seem so really, really against ball shaving and how he should have told the kid never to do it or whatever. I know some guys who do it for hygiene purposes and it isn't like he told him to cut off a finger or something.
07/14/2012 8:59 PM
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Dramatica Mujer wrote:Is a teen's camp counselor a random person? No.
07/14/2012 9:05 PM
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That is completely inappropriate and if I was that child's parent and found out, there would be a problem.
07/14/2012 9:49 PM
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