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Saturday, November 01, 2008

15 students in Sex Orgy

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I tell you from bad to worse, that is all I can say. Yesterday at a house in Washington Gardens, Saint Andrew, police raided what appeared to be a sex orgy. There was a a tip-off by a concerned individual whose suspicions were aroused when uniformed students began filing into the house at mid-morning at Mansfield Avenue, home of one of the students, police staged a swift raid and detained the 18 persons, some said to be in a state of undress.

I bet some "rass" licks were given out that day. It appears that the students (aged 15-18 years) pretended to go to school (getting up at 6am), putting on their uniform and meeting up at the house. The boys parents were at work. I always say, "never swear for your children." That poor mother and father working hard to get something better for their children and they are in their house having sex. Sad

More on this sad story...> HERE

2 comments:

clnmike said...

Man I dont think I would of made it to see the next day if my mother caught me doing that.

I wish I could say I was shocked but these kids are super fast these days.

longbench said...

To be honest, I am trying to hold back a chuckle. Kids are nothing else if not creative in how they choose to spend their time. Skull school and gone go have sex? I mean, individuals do do this for sure, but entire GROUPS of students? How did they organize this? How come word didn't get out from the less enthusiastic students who decided not to participate in the "event"?

This is one of those instances that tells us loud and clear how hungry our children are for useful sex education and honest discussions about sexuality.
Children who understand and can manage their sexuality will not participate in events like this, and certainly not as an alternative to school. The whole thing is so unsafe and unsavoury at every level. One on one exploration - fine. Random groups of equally uninformed and impetuous teenagers? Now that's a disaster waiting to happen.

Unfortunately, the legalistic responses also reveal how we as adults continue to ignore and fail to respond to what our children need. Sad, and the children lose once again.