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What the shit

Firstly I don't get what this is or how they go about prosecuting this type of thing, probably someone is too much of a loser to abuse someone else's kids, or the kids are already standing up for themselves or some sort of mass hysteria arises. Essentially I think it's just some bullshit mechanism which possibly offers kids some 'extra protection' whilst growing up but might not. I'm not saying I approve of abusing children or not, I don't really care so long as I have a happy family life when I am older without regrets, but maybe it encourages some types of behaviour with these kinds of issues. I saw on TV a girl who looked 16 because she was being treated as a 16 year old, but turned out to be 13 and then after being treated as a 13 year old appeared to be 13. There was also a 21 year old who looked like a mature young teenager. This was Ant and Dec's tv program.

At university the Senior Tutor in the physics department at the time, Dr Odell, who is meant to be able to deal with all the students issues relating to their studies, I believe this guy is that type of person - a guy who could go to jail for paedophilia, I think those kind of guys need sex-therapy paid for by the state to start with. He left a message on my home phone calling my dad a loser (this is where my mother stays, my parents are divorced) and when they made me take some extra exams in the holidays he called my street by some other name.

He had this game, where he would hang around at the entrance to the physics department, wearing an off-white summer blazer. He was looking at some flowers and was trying to be really sophisticated about to possibly gain some attention or get me interested in what he was doing and possibly respect him for some reason that is alien to me. Anyway I just marched on with my degree up the stairwell, but say I had been a kid who wasn't totally harassed, or was feeling a bit isolated or maybe just like anyone else, I would have been more curious. He had his neatly trimmed beard and reasonably friendly demeanour with his large size which was significant. I don't really care it's just weird, I used to go to the gym and there are a lot of men there who could abuse almost anyone without complaint but that did not attract me either! And I only seemed to like some of the girls there so I guess I was made in a certain was. What I didn't like about this guy was his sexual harassment in terms of stopping me from forming appropriate sexual relationships with other female students, so I think that whole place is weird.

It is pretty hard to convict people of stuff, but it's like when you encounter people with parts missing from their bodies, you encounter glitches in how your own body functions.

I suppose they invented things like AIDS to keep people at arms length so your own body doesn't melt down when you encounter one of these types of people who sadly are losers... but this only really applies to the Uk for me.


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