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Why were the crowd actions so volatile?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (22072 points ) December 11th, 2011

I guess one would have to say there is a certain tinge of realism to daytime TV after the Jonathan T. Schmitz incident. So, giving the benefit of the doubt to this segment about Victoria having some credence to it, why was the reaction of the audience so volatile, negative, and spiteful? Did the producers instruct them to be so? Was she not living the life the media tongue in cheek say you should, once you get old enough to pop a woody, or get moist between the legs? That is, so long as both partners are the same in cluelessness and inexperience. It was your son or daughter and they wanted to bring strange partners into your bed for a good old fashion shag, so long as their partner was an inexperience youth as themselves, what can you do about it? There is no actual law broken. Sex is said to be the ultimate roller coaster ride you should get on as soon as possible and ride often. If she wants to get on her back more than 300 times before she is 16yr shouldn’t they be saying to her, “You go girl, get your boink on,” instead of booing?

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I really don’t think we should be condoning her type of behavior. She is obviously not fit to be a parent, just look at her! She wants one for the attention and clearly thats why she is on national television bragging about the number of times she’s had sex. People SHOULD be booing. It’s 2011 and you don’t need to have a kid at age 15. In general, young kids I don’t think understand the possible consequences of their actions regarding sex, and most women under the age of 25 are not physically ready or financially or emotionally stable enough to have a kid, so if we can help prevent a few unwanted pregnancies that young, it’s probably a good thing, right? So that’s why we don’t tell 12 year olds to “go get your boink on”.

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