WARNING: This post contains graphic images that are not be suitable for kids. Parental guidance is advised…
…lest your kids would end up like these nincompoops:
A drunk girl being used and/or abused by (more or less) four boys. When I say “boy” and “girl,” I don’t mean just any male or female person. I’m talking about 15-year-old kids (or perhaps even younger). Mas matindi kaysa sa Hayden Kho sex video scandal, don’t you agree?
Sa murang edad, nakikipag-orgy na, paano pa kung sila’y tumanda na? I have nothing against orgies or whatever sexual practices people might prefer, but this — this is just totally wrong in so many levels. Sila na ata ang maituturing na “perverts of the highest kind” and I didn’t say that to be facetious.
What these pictures represent is the degradation of the present generation of Filipino kids who are misguided or don’t receive any kind of guidance at all; as a result, their friends get to educate them about alcohol, drugs, and sex. Worse, kids have access to websites that allow them to upload these kinds of videos for the whole world to see. And if you have noticed, they were having fun! That’s something we should all think about — kids having fun while gang-raping a girl…tsk…tsk…tsk…It makes me wonder what else they’re capable of doing.
Now, I’m not an advocate of the Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009 because it was proposed at the height of the Hayden Kho-Katrina Halili Sex Video Scandal (I’m sure you all recall that…ahihihi). There was so much hype around the bill because it involved high-profile people. But they didn’t know that kids these days have voyeuristic aspirations as well. The welfare of kids should take precedence over now has-beens Hayden Kho and Katrina Halili.
My point is let’s not pass laws just because an upper class citizen was victimized. It then becomes the law of a favored few…those who can afford to sue and buy instant justice. We are so enthralled by a sex scandal involving celebrities, but maybe you wouldn’t be so enthralled if you discover it’s been going on in your own household — right under your noses. I don’t mean to scare the parents…well, maybe just a little bit. So go now and check out every inch of your kid’s room and make sure he or she’s not hiding something. You might find some red flags along the way, but hey — an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
On the other hand, if your kid or brother or sister or friend is one of the kids above, do us a favor and don’t release them into society until they’re fully rehabilitated because they’ll only do more damage in the world. Believe me — they are going to escalate. Some will become rapists; some will become prostitutes; the others will become your neighborhood child molesters. That’s a caveat we should all take into consideration.