Wednesday, 21 October 2015

A post to ponder on.






Here in Benue I was at a kids birthday party n saw this 7 year old girl that does errotic moves on the dance floor at almost every party Organised for kids.There was a young man behind me who muttered"this girl go good to fuck ehn! I didn't known when I scream in disgust and he felt rather embarrassed. I took hold of my daughter and left. I will always be sentimental when it comes to this: Mothers please bring back innocence into the life of your kids and save this generation.hardly would you see the innocent "round the chair dance games at parties no more" twerking and sensual moves that will leave adults drooling in shock are what's on the rise . ...saw a video of a girl about 5yrs old grinding her butts against a 5yr old boy's groin..the boy kept moving away, but she kept going to the same spot with some erotic moves like an "experienced stripper" and the adults were cheerleading and even choose their dancehall queen. i was stunned and afraid for this new generation...i had a flashback and tried to remember what i and kids that age did back then...i realized we were singing carols in school/church. Dear parents why are we robbing our kids of their innocence..then we complain of criminals preying on them...kids even fix Brazilians have weaves, false lashes, tinted hairs, get pedi/ manicure with acrylic nails and all...hardly would you find those pretty gowns with cute bows we wore back then...now its alter neck tops, tubes, transparent leggings..no one even teaches our girls about being " a lady" anymore social etiquettes..how to sit in public, talk, stand etc...the girls are especially worrisome for me...they now sag, talk and carry on like boys..little wonder we have many lesbians around...it's about time as Parents to arise and fight this menace to gain our children back for the Lord as His battleaxes and preserve their innocence..



I have felt same way over the years, I don't feel bad my kids cant dance and loose out in dance competitions. I personally believe its not a necessary part of development. She hit the nail so well on the head I don't have anything to add. 

Who disagrees with her or have something to add?


Ignore the Facebook typo errors please, I deliberately refused to edit it. I know the message is passed to us all effectively. 

18 comments:

  1. I agree with her o jare!! Times have truly changed inideed. It is as if mums have made a pact to say no to the bow and dainty cinderella dresses we used to love wearing. Now it is halter neck tops, bum shorts and these children watch musical videos 24/7 so their eyes are seeing and copying the erotic moves being shown in these videos.

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    1. Exactly! Let their tv time be supervised.

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  2. I so so agree with her.
    Parents should please sit up and do their jobs especially Mothers.

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    1. The bulk of the load is on us mothers. We need to begin the change.

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  3. I agree with her and these children won't understand the implications of all this cos they are still little. Only the parents will and they are in the best position to call the kids to order

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  4. I agree with her, when you go close to these children you would be suprised to hear how much they know of a thing. Have practically seen things that saddens me. If you as a parent is not ready to teach them the right things, then the environment is ready to teach them the bad things.




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  5. Infact hubby and I still discussed this matter last week, when he saw a girl tweaking in public, I told him why did he open his mouth. it has become the norm. parents have lot to do seriously, devil is really gaining the heart of this young ones. I pity for the next generation to come.

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    1. I too just wonder what the next generation would be like.

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  6. I agree with her. There was a video I saw that left me stunned. The girl will be about 10 years old grinding her tiny waist against a boy of about same age and the most shocking part is that parents clapped and cheered them on. The boy was holding her waist and pressing his whatever tightly to her ass. The Facebook post is spot on. Parents should beware of how they unknowingly expose their children to bad things in the name of fun.

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    1. I think I watched the video too with disgust.

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  7. I didn't see them though as I was more focused on the message cos I have been to parties where the kids dance and I wonder what the problem is. Its just not necessary in development and that's why you can't compare the kids over there to here. I was in a train for the first time I saw a lady that dressed her two daughters with flowing gowns and cute shoes. I starred so much because it was the cutest thing I had seen in a long time.These days its more of bum shorts. When you see this,it encourages you to save and plan for the future for your kids because when you do your best these things will spoil all your effort if you're not carefulsad
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    1. I still advocate we go back to the flowing gown for the female children.

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  8. I fear for the generations this our generation would raise
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  9. They have said it all... Parents, society, environment, have missed it.. May God help us..





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