> Last I checked, rape was about exhibiting your power to hurt people. Kids break
> the rules all the time. Swearing is just one of the easiest ways to do that. Not
> pointing out that these words are socially unacceptable doesn't take away their
> power. Society deems whether they have power or not. So to try and say that kids
> are more likely to say them because their parents don't let them is silly. It's
> society making the rules.
So you think that it's not that the words are forbiden, it's that society just pulled the words out of a hat and decided for them to be fun to use? I don't agree with that; I think the taboo is the underlying problem.
> Kids emulate the environment they grow up in. If I was swearing around the
> house, letting them watch R rated movies, etc., they are more and more likely to
> repeat that behavior. I should hope that my kid is smart enough to not throw
> around those words in a job interview, but yes - letting him know it's okay to
> speak less than properly will be a detriment at one time or another. Since
> there's already a billion things in this world that will try and hold him back,
> why would I create another?
I fail to see how it's going to be detrimental. Give me an example of a situation where this would be the case.
Am tired to hear that what is you point. mine its very clear sun. shit uuuuuuuuppppppppp - Dany