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Old 04-09-2018, 03:29 PM
 
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I hope both of these children get help.

I also think your characterization of a 12-year-old sexual abuse victim as a "monster" is the single most disgusting thing I have ever read anywhere on C-D, and that is really saying something. That is seriously vile.
Thank you but my son is doing a lot better. Still thinks hes in love but is far more reasonable and reflective. One day hell realise it is much better to select a partner using the organs above the neck. Removing a bad influence can do that. Sometimes we make things so complicated when it is just that simple.

I think you are purposefully misinterpreting that user.
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Old 04-09-2018, 03:35 PM
 
Location: Tennesee
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Thank you but my son is doing a lot better. Still thinks he’s in love but is far more reasonable and reflective. One day he’ll realise it is much better to select a partner using the organs above the neck. Removing a bad influence can do that. Sometimes we make things so complicated when it is just that simple.

I think you are purposefully misinterpreting that user.
That user called a child a monster. What's to misinterpret, purposefully or otherwise?

Again, I hope that both boys will be well. You should, too.
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Old 04-09-2018, 03:57 PM
 
Location: Cody, WY
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That user called a child a monster. What's to misinterpret, purposefully or otherwise?

Again, I hope that both boys will be well. You should, too.
The "child " whom you describe is a monster. He corrupted an older boy. The older boy may not be lost, but he will need to learn what normal sexual desire is very quickly. That means heterosexual.
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Old 04-09-2018, 04:17 PM
 
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That user called a child a monster. What's to misinterpret, purposefully or otherwise?

Again, I hope that both boys will be well. You should, too.
I do. The child is getting help and I hope he gets better too. If anything just because my son cares about him.

Well it looks like I was mistaken about that user.
My son decided he liked boys before that child and while he has not been a good influence I dont agree with that users sentiments. I accept my son for who he is and Id have had less issue with the relationship if the child was older and better behaved... which can happen in the future.
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