Underage drinking. Teenage pregnancies. High school drop outs. High abortion rates. These are just a FEW of the problems plaguing today’s youth. Why?….
Parents nowadays let their 12-17 year old daughters leave the house in tiny booty shorts, or a low cut shirt and push up bra. What the hell is wrong with parents!?!?!?!?!?! If your child WANTS to dress like a little slut, it is your JOB as a PARENT to tell her NO!!!!! You’re not supposed to give in just because she throws a tantrum or gives you the silent treatment! Once she’s an ADULT, then she can choose to dress however she wants, but if she’s still a MINOR, it’s your job as a parent to make sure she doesn’t become jailbait for some poor unsuspecting schmuck who believed her when she said that she was 18. Do you really want to become a grandparent while your child is still in high school?
Movie ratings are there for a reason. IMDb gives great parental guides that let you know exactly WHY a movie has the rating that it has. If a movie has a lot of nudity and sex scenes, why oh why, would you take your teenage child to watch it? Are you really that crappy of a parent that you’re okay with sitting next to your 13-15 year old child while someone is naked and panting and moaning on the screen or television? What’s next? Renting a porn movie for ‘Family Movie Night’?
The legal drinking age is 21. This doesn’t mean that it’s “cool” to buy your kids alcohol and beer because “they’re going to do it anyway”. This is a stupid way of thinking. Talk to your children and explain to them why they shouldn’t drink until they’re old enough to be responsible about it. Underage drinking tends to lead to drinking and driving, which can ultimately lead to either murder or death. Is being a “cool” parent really worth it?
I know that conservatively dressed females can still get pregnant, and that senior citizens can drive while under the influence of alcohol. I’m talking about parents who act like FRIENDS to their children, and then wonder “why” certain things happen to them.
There’s nothing wrong with saying “NO” to your kids…in fact, you’ll probably make them better people for it!