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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #45 on: June 05, 2014, 09:43:31 PM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #46 on: June 05, 2014, 10:26:08 PM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #47 on: June 06, 2014, 01:40:00 AM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.

I really don't know what your game is. You made an objectively wrong statement, and when pressed to defend it, you retreated to an arbitrary, asinine quibble over what letters you will and will not accept. I don't know whether you think this is making you look good, but if you're not interested in intelligent, rational discourse, just say the word and I will ignore you from now on.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #48 on: June 07, 2014, 01:52:22 PM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.

I really don't know what your game is. You made an objectively wrong statement, and when pressed to defend it, you retreated to an arbitrary, asinine quibble over what letters you will and will not accept. I don't know whether you think this is making you look good, but if you're not interested in intelligent, rational discourse, just say the word and I will ignore you from now on.
If you're referring to the Age of Consent laws, then yes states do decide what is considered statutory rape. If you're talking about the mental disorder of paedophilia, then no, states do not decide on this, but a mental professional.....now, can we stop this please?

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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #49 on: June 07, 2014, 08:00:46 PM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.

I really don't know what your game is. You made an objectively wrong statement, and when pressed to defend it, you retreated to an arbitrary, asinine quibble over what letters you will and will not accept. I don't know whether you think this is making you look good, but if you're not interested in intelligent, rational discourse, just say the word and I will ignore you from now on.
If you're referring to the Age of Consent laws, then yes states do decide what is considered statutory rape. If you're talking about the mental disorder of paedophilia, then no, states do not decide on this, but a mental professional.....now, can we stop this please?

PP

Statutory rape and pædophilia have a certain amount of overlap but they are not the same thing and this is a common error with serious consequences so I try to correct it where I can.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #50 on: June 07, 2014, 09:06:42 PM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.

I really don't know what your game is. You made an objectively wrong statement, and when pressed to defend it, you retreated to an arbitrary, asinine quibble over what letters you will and will not accept. I don't know whether you think this is making you look good, but if you're not interested in intelligent, rational discourse, just say the word and I will ignore you from now on.
If you're referring to the Age of Consent laws, then yes states do decide what is considered statutory rape. If you're talking about the mental disorder of paedophilia, then no, states do not decide on this, but a mental professional.....now, can we stop this please?

PP
pedophilia isn't a valid plea of insanity for violation of age of consent laws.  And, as I indicated, the state's warden isn't going to take a nuanced approach to the convicted (nor do the inmates).
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #51 on: June 07, 2014, 09:48:01 PM »
How did we ever get from underwear or lack of underwear to that of pedophilia?

I guess certain types of "underwear" that women wear are so skimpy that they cannot really be classified as underwear. Any law that would require underwear would certainly have to define "underwear" and like a member previously mentioned, there would have to be some kind of enforcement.

Enforcing said law would be the problem right there. Would women have to pass through a detector to see if there are metal hooks attaching the bra? Some bras do not use metal hooks but only elastic.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #52 on: June 08, 2014, 08:30:50 AM »
The only surefire way not to show any skin between top and bottoms is a corset.

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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #53 on: June 08, 2014, 06:22:24 PM »
^ Prevalence of inappropriate teacher/student relationships would increase. 
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #54 on: June 08, 2014, 06:25:37 PM »
^ Prevalence of inappropriate teacher/student relationships would increase. 

Why so?
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #55 on: June 08, 2014, 06:34:47 PM »
^ Prevalence of inappropriate teacher/student relationships would increase. 

Why so?


because corsets are an attractive piece of 'no longer underwear' to a large % of the male (and female) population.

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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #56 on: June 08, 2014, 06:38:13 PM »
I should have followed your direction not to google that. :-[
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #57 on: June 08, 2014, 06:38:44 PM »
I should have followed your direction not to google that. :-[

I warned....
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #58 on: June 08, 2014, 06:39:14 PM »
I should have followed your direction not to google that. :-[
Disappointed embarrassment or pleasantly surprised embarrassment?
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #59 on: June 08, 2014, 06:41:58 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone IMHO.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #60 on: June 08, 2014, 06:44:08 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone man IMHO.
Fixed.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #61 on: June 08, 2014, 06:44:15 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone IMHO.

They look better torn off and thrown across the room, right?

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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #62 on: June 08, 2014, 06:45:55 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone man IMHO.
Fixed.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #63 on: June 08, 2014, 06:52:23 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone man IMHO.
Fixed.
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ooh way to work it into another thread....;)
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #64 on: June 08, 2014, 06:54:43 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone IMHO.

You're not looking at the right ones.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #65 on: June 08, 2014, 08:03:47 PM »
Corsets are not an attractive look on anyone IMHO.

They look better torn off and thrown across the room, right?

Yes.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #66 on: June 10, 2014, 04:57:09 PM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.

I really don't know what your game is. You made an objectively wrong statement, and when pressed to defend it, you retreated to an arbitrary, asinine quibble over what letters you will and will not accept. I don't know whether you think this is making you look good, but if you're not interested in intelligent, rational discourse, just say the word and I will ignore you from now on.
If you're referring to the Age of Consent laws, then yes states do decide what is considered statutory rape. If you're talking about the mental disorder of paedophilia, then no, states do not decide on this, but a mental professional.....now, can we stop this please?

PP
pedophilia isn't a valid plea of insanity for violation of age of consent laws.  And, as I indicated, the state's warden isn't going to take a nuanced approach to the convicted (nor do the inmates).

Give it time.
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Re: Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear
« Reply #67 on: June 11, 2014, 07:40:42 AM »
You you guys saying pedophile by "law" as in state law or moral law?

If it was a 22 year old teacher and 16 year old student, some people (including myself) - don't exactly think of that is pedophilia.
if you got caught, you would find out what the state law was.

State law doesn't get to define pædophilia.
tell that to the warden. :police:

I really hope you're being deliberately obtuse and that you dont actually fail to understand the difference between pædophilia and statutory rape.
sorry, I don't recognize words with "æ" in English.

That's your problem. It's a perfectly acceptable spelling.
Then ask someone who accepts it.

I really don't know what your game is. You made an objectively wrong statement, and when pressed to defend it, you retreated to an arbitrary, asinine quibble over what letters you will and will not accept. I don't know whether you think this is making you look good, but if you're not interested in intelligent, rational discourse, just say the word and I will ignore you from now on.
If you're referring to the Age of Consent laws, then yes states do decide what is considered statutory rape. If you're talking about the mental disorder of paedophilia, then no, states do not decide on this, but a mental professional.....now, can we stop this please?

PP
pedophilia isn't a valid plea of insanity for violation of age of consent laws.  And, as I indicated, the state's warden isn't going to take a nuanced approach to the convicted (nor do the inmates).

Give it time.
Sadly, you're probably right.

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