Comment on Woman Gets 60 Years for Sex with 12-Year-Olds by Smiling Jack:

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It’s not that it’s a lack of acceptance, it’s that this country tends to villainize sex. You can buy a game where you blow people to bits, but the second it has a nipple in it, it’s like the world ends and angry mothers start bitching. Look at what happened with the Hot Coffee mod for GTA San Andreas.

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  • Woman Gets 60 Years for Sex with 12-Year-Olds:
    @Darkrockslizer The courts didn’t site what the kids had to say about it because they don’t give a shit on the opinion of a person until they turn 18. They think people aren’t capable of formulating thoughts in this country till 18 and that we can’t handle our alcohol before the age of 21.

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