Is Halloween more of a trick and a treat for paedophiles?

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This “great” American institution has now become common in the U.K. Halloween costumes are a reflection of the obsession amongst children far to young to engender “horniness”. I feel most of the costumes have really one purpose to provide the local paedophile with a show. He no longer has to travel to some remote nation, now the wannabe Gary Glitter only has to open his door. Kids have been brainwashed to think that to be desired is beautiful. They can't tell the difference between being treated as a sex slave and genuine love. They pressure their mothers to get them a costume each year, and the distraught mum, thinking that the trendy costumes are normal, accede to the purchase even if her misgivings about the skin, butt, and cleavage exposure scream at a remote distance in her conscience. The desire for her child to conform and be accepted runs stronger than imposing what is rightful decorum and discipline. The costume tags say all: sexy pirate, sexy cop, sexy geisha, among others. The designs range from costumes promoting kinky sex fantasies to out-and-out ****tiness. The question comes...:"Are the kids expected to do tricks"? What sort of Tricks are these, the one they are dressed for? It appears to me more American corruption for the youth of the world. Why do we in the U.K. have to put up with this strange ritual from the land of the freaks and the home of the depraved. They may take pleasure in making everyone a Britney Spears, Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan, why should we? They want to cash in on this perceived trend and goad young kids to "justifiably do so" as a Halloween treat. It just makes me wonder who the hell do the manufactures of these clothes and promoters of this attitude think this treat is for. They are kids dammit!

-Whirly

http://www.jillstanek.com/archives/2007/10/happy_halloween.html
 
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Sorry, I've never been a sexy pirate, a sexy cop, a sexy geisha, or sexy horrible disfigured zombie monster.
 
Why do many of the threads you create have to deal with pedophilia? :huh:
 
Why do many of the threads you create have to deal with pedophilia? :huh:

Stick to the topic please. I speak as a parent. I also understand children are of little issue to you....but...
 
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There are some VERRRRrrrrrRRRRY strange people on these boards.
 
Stick to the topic please. I speak as a parent. I also understand children are of little issue to you....but...

Yeah, that's right, I'm one of those homosexual pedophile activists who hates children... :whatever:
 
And what does that mean? Just cause he's gay, he doesn't have to worry about children? How do you know he doesn't plan to adopt or have a child by artificial means one day? On top of making subjects about pedophilia you are also making assumptions about someone's sexuality.
 
And what does that mean? Just cause he's gay, he doesn't have to worry about children? How do you know he doesn't plan to adopt or have a child by artificial means one day? On top of making subjects about pedophilia you are also making assumptions about someone's sexuality.

No one mentioned homosexuality. Back to topic.

Yeah, that's right, I'm one of those homosexual pedophile activists who hates children... :whatever:

Why does every thread on this board go pink?
 
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I can't quite wrap my head around what Whirly's saying...I haven't seen any kids costumes labeled "sexy pirate, sexy cop, sexy geisha" and whatnot.
 
Rorschach looks about the thread.



'Hurm...'
 
It's almost like someone turned on your sarcastic mode and then broke the switch. ;)

Damn them for breaking me... Rider
hehe Majic
This is not a reference to any type of homosexual act Jman so please don't get all angry at me
 
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Halloween, along with the concept of trick or treating, originated in Ireland not America. :huh:
 
-roll eyes- Some of the costumes are more covered than what teen girls are wearing to school these days. There are some that make me go ''No. Just no.", but I think you are overreacting a little bit. Some of the costumes as I said, very tame compared to some girls every day attire nowadays.
 
Also, stop being a stick in the mud. I'm in college, and dammit if hot college girls didn't wear sexy costumes on halloween then halloween would be pointless for me.
 
-roll eyes- Some of the costumes are more covered than what teen girls are wearing to school these days. There are some that make me go ''No. Just no.", but I think you are overreacting a little bit. Some of the costumes as I said, very tame compared to some girls every day attire nowadays.

Some are for American girls yes. In the U.K. we have School Uniforms to avoid this type. These clothes you talk of are just symptomatic of the problem in your country I am highlighting. It is something we in the U.K. should worry about. Particularly as our teens have enough issues of their own.
 
Besides, most girls who wear costumes like the one Splat linked are more likely going to parties than Trick-or-Treating

And, as Bill stated I went to HS with girls who wore more revealing outfits.
 
Also, stop being a stick in the mud. I'm in college, and dammit if hot college girls didn't wear sexy costumes on halloween then halloween would be pointless for me.

No one is talking about College girls except you.
 

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