Sarah Palin is the other whom Yoda spoke about.

calendar   Wednesday - February 03, 2010


This has NOTHING to do with this post but my mind won’t let go of something.

Brit election I think in May AND ..... the conservative numbers are not as large as they were a few months ago.  Not that the cons here are all that much to brag about but at least they are not Labour (Party).  It is scary beyond words at the possibility of another leftist Labour Party govt., especially with that screaming loon, Harriet Harperson, Comrade Commissar of Equality.  Also ... Gordon Brown, the current PM, is so desperate that he has announced that he will push to extend the vote to ....  16 year olds. SWEET 16

So that’s off my chest, now back to our regular posting schedule.

I’m posting this editorial because first it makes interesting points and also because it falls right into something Wardmama here at BMEWS has commented on.

Back home in the USA you might not know who the ballplayer is that’s referred to here but really that doesn’t matter.  For a frame of reference think Tiger Woods.  Pretty much the same thing but the twist with this disreputable fellow is, not being satisfied with cheating on his wife, he had an affair with the girlfriend of a close friend and team mate.  Some friend.  And his wife btw is no bow-wow either.  Sure, as a male I understand needs and drives etc.  But surely there should be limits or a code of honor or ...  ?  I’m looking for another word here.  Fidelity?  And oh yeah.  The guy is also captain of his team.  So now the team is split between those who “understand” and don’t care, and those who think it might be normal to cheat but not steal a friend’s girlfriend, and all the rest. 

I think Miss Pearson and Wardmom nailed it well.  Rewarding bad behavior only encourages more of the same and while that’s going on, the standards keep getting lower and lower.

This toxic WAG virus is infecting our young

By Allison Pearson
Last updated at 8:06 AM on 03rd February 2010

Every night, my son falls asleep with John Terry. Tucked up under his Chelsea duvet, wearing his Chelsea pyjamas, Tom dreams of being captain of his favourite team - dogged, doughty, rich, an invincible defender, an England legend.

Oh, and a liar, a cheat and a sexually incontinent slimeball. The Small Boy doesn’t know about that bit yet, though I’m finding it increasingly hard to swipe the morning papers before he sees them.

Following his affair with Vanessa Perroncel, a family friend and underwear model - what else? - there are calls for Terry to stand down as England captain.

Fans are worried that tensions between Terry and Wayne Bridge, Miss Perroncel’s former boyfriend, will damage team morale during the World Cup in June.

Let’s be practical here, folks. If England players were to be excluded on the grounds of crude or ungentlemanly conduct, who would be left on the pitch? The manager, that’s who.

Wayne Bridge has been cast as the poor, wronged bloke in this seedy story. But, according to Shalimar Wimble, one of Terry’s Trollops who have come tottering out of the gutter in their six-inch stilettos, it was to a house owned by Bridge that the England captain took Wimble for regular sex sessions.

Looks like Wayne was more than happy to aid and abet his mate’s rampant infidelity. Until it was his WAG that Terry bagged.



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calendar   Monday - February 01, 2010


Take my word for it, the lady (for once) is funny.

This regards an English study that says there is NO ‘G’ spot after all.  And all those years spent looking for the darn thing.  Of course, only a woman would actually know.

Ah but ... the French say ... Oh yes there certainly is one ....

Funny contorversy.  Suzanne Moore of the Mail writes;

The G-spot? I stand a better chance of finding my Hoover

Last updated at 10:51 PM on 30th January 2010

You are extremely lucky to have me here at all as I have important things to attend to that even I can’t do in Waitrose. (Waitrose, an upscale supermarket)
Pressing matters!

A few weeks ago we got the reassuring news from British scientists that the G-spot is a myth – but last week the French stealth-bombed us with the news it does exist.

What’s worse is it’s up to women to find it ourselves.

Of course. We really have little else to do. I know that being a French woman requires an enormous effort – that’s mainly why I am not one.

All that grooming, only eating one square of chocolate, drinking politely, not minding your bloke having countless affairs, compulsory lingerie duty and now this?

Though the G-spot was originally discovered by a German, Ernst Grafenberg, it has been firmly taken back into the hands of the French.

It’s like the space race really – only er...deeper.

Instead of the Americans and the Russians competing, we now have British and French teams struggling to conquer and name that strange terrain that is the female body.

It may as well be Mars, the way our bits are spoken of. I imagine the average guy will soon need a satnav before he goes near a woman.

I am quite looking forward to it.

That and the drugs, as surely we are nearing the time when sex cannot occur unaided without chemicals, machines, manuals, instructions.

Never mind kids, we need adult sex education for the standards now required.

It’s quite a chore, but then I am English. Apparently – and I am not making this up – ‘a group of gynaecologists gathered in Paris’ have described the British approach to female sexuality as ‘totalitarian’ .

So who will own this ‘bean-sized erogenous zone’? Obviously not actual women.

The French have called British research based on genetics and observation too absolute. Theirs, of course, is much more mysterious.

We can’t find our collective G-Spot also because of our Protestant pragmatism. We have the wrong attitude towards sex.

Sure. But doesn’t it all amount to the same thing – an entirely mechanistic view of female pleasure? A button to press and then whoosh?

This is exactly the model that the drug companies are pushing, too.

The holy grail of female Viagra is funding a lot of this nonsense.

Forget foreplay, self-knowledge, skilful lovers, variety or even preferring someone who has done the washing-up – the idea that a pill could be popped that bypassed all this is the lucrative goal.

This is the reality of our sexualised culture: lots of unsatisfied women.

The fantasy remains the multi-orgasmic porn stars.

This explains the appeal of the G-spot. It’s an answer to that awkward question – and I don’t mean ‘What ARE you doing down there?’, I mean what do men and women expect from each other?

The French love ambiguity. They also expect women to want to improve themselves non-stop.

The chief organiser of this vital conference said women can only now find whether they have a G-spot if they take steps to ‘cultivate’ it.

Then it will become more and more functional. But if you can’t find it, it won’t exist ‘as a consequence’. Rather like my vacuum cleaner.

This is quite fantastic. We do need some kind of inner space probe. Women of Britain, find your mythical G-spots, rise up and let’s show the French what we are made of, even though we aren’t quite sure. We could have a war.

Or we could just lie back and think of England. And understand that the obstacles to female pleasure may involve more than location, location, location.


We’ve found the G-spot, say the French (of course)


Sorry lads, the search is back on again.

Weeks after British scientists announced that the elusive G-spot does not exist, the French have begged to differ.

A meeting of gynaecologists in Paris denounced the British study as fundamentally flawed and accused its authors of disrespecting women.

Across the channel - quick to defend their nation’s reputation as better lovers - say the Brits were just unable to find the spot.

Viv’la France?

So on this happy note ,,, I’m outta here for tonight.

Stay Tuned


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calendar   Tuesday - January 26, 2010

Britain is the one sinking ship where all the rats have stayed!  -

This is not the first time I have posted that remark by a Brit now living in France and happy to be there.
This will not be the last time I use his (or her?) quote either, as long as there are judgments made like this one.  At the very least, the very least, this animal should have had his eyes removed minus any pain killer. And oh yeah, he should have been fixed so that his victim would be the very last female he would ever enjoy again. Ever!  Read this and if you are one who really thinks three years is any sort of punishment, then you’re no better then his fuckin lawyer. Who btw, I hope the very same happens to.  We’ll then see how quick she is to take on a like case and defend vermin like this.  Vermin like this have NO need of lawyers. 

Boy, 13, who raped woman in front of his friends is jailed for just three years… because he said ‘sorry’

26th January 2010

A boy of 13 who overpowered a woman then raped her in front of his two friends will spend just three years locked away for his crimes.

Balal Khan - thought to be one of the youngest convicted rapists in Britain - targeted the 20-year-old as she walked home.

He subjected her to a severe beating then screamed at her ‘Do what I say or I’ll kill you’, before putting her through the ordeal of a terrifying sex attack.

Then he stole her bag and phone and even took a call from his victim’s boyfriend to whom he bragged about what he had done.

But after pleading guilty to charges of rape and robbery the teenager was sentenced to just three years because of his age - and because he said ‘sorry’.

A judge at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court lifted a restriction preventing the publication of Khan’s identity after hearing details of the horrifying attack.

The judge heard how Khan ran up behind his victim and grabbed her around the neck as she walked through a secluded area near Cobridge, in Stoke-on-Trent one evening in September last year.

He punched and kicked her as she lay on the ground before raping her.

Robert Price, prosecuting, said: ‘She started screaming and attempted to get to her feet.

‘He responded by punching her in the mouth and knocked her back on the ground.

‘He stood over her and kicked her to the side of her face. He started shouting at her and warned that if she struggled he would “kill” her.’



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calendar   Friday - November 06, 2009

Parents to be fined if they take their children out of sex lessons. It’s de law.

This is more or less an update and we’ve been through the subject here before.  I still think the starting age is too young but as I’ve noted, I’m not a parent.  Not very fair to parents who’d rather not have their kids in these classes.  Could that argument also be used btw, if a parent didn’t like the way history was taught?  Oh wait a minute.  From what I’ve heard, not much of that being taught anyway.
Recent poll found that a number of school age kids thought Hitler was a German football coach.  Kid ya not.


‘Attention children. To set the mood Miss Spilsbury will strip off to demonstrate upside-down pole dancing whilst snorting a line of coke...’

Parents to be fined if they take their children out of sex lessons

By Laura Clark
06th November 2009

Parents will face fines if they remove 15-year-old children from sex education lessons as they become part of the national curriculum for the first time.

Lessons in relationships and sex will begin at five, with prescribed content for each age group.

Parents will still be able to withdraw children on moral and religious grounds, but this right - which currently extends until students are 19 - will be lost at 15.

Mothers and fathers risk being fined and prosecuted under anti-truancy laws.

Under current arrangements, secondary schools must teach sex education but can choose the content. Primary schools do not have to offer it at all.

The shake-up, outlined by Children’s Secretary Ed Balls, will affect 600,000 children from September 2011. It drew immediate protests.

Campaigners said sex education in the last year of secondary school - to which all children will now be exposed - is often the most explicit, with pupils taught about how to use a condom and access to contraception and abortion.

Religious leaders said parents would ‘vote with their feet’.

The Government insists that only a ‘tiny minority’ of parents exercised their right to pull their children out of sex education.

Mr Balls said it would not make sense to keep the age limit of 19, because teenagers can vote at 18 and the age of consent is 16.
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In a Government-backed poll nearly a third of parents wanted to retain the right regardless of age. But another third said it should end at 11 and 20 per cent said there should be no opt-out at all.

Mr Balls said the aim was for all children to have at least one year of sex education. He said the changes would help tackle teenage pregnancies. But critics said the Government’s strategy of handing out contraceptives and spreading sex education was already failing.

Tahir Alam, education spokesman for the Muslim Council of Britain, said: ‘It is not for the state to become a parent.

‘We will be making representations to fight for the right of parents to withdraw their children from sex education.

‘Some parents view exposure of their children to this sort of material as morally objectionable and morally corrupting.’



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calendar   Thursday - September 10, 2009

You’ve seen this before, but not quite this way or quite this much.

Hi Mommy and Daddy ... guess what I learned in school today? 

Jeesh ...

Headline in the Mail quotes the UN saying:

TEACH PUPILS AGE FIVE ABOUT THE SEX ACT.  Now that was the headline in the hard copy. Teach the actual sex act to a five year old?
What the hell is the point of that? Five?  Are they freeken mad?  Have those loony tunes finally and totally lost it?
In the past they called for sex ed. which I thought (and so did you) was outrageous. But this is the first time they’ve spelled it out in exactly this way.

How’s a baby supposed to take that in and understand that sort of thing? 

Here’s the on line version.

Children as young as five to learn about masturbation and abortion under new UN guidelines

By Kirsty Walker
Last updated at 7:55 AM on 10th September 2009

Children as young as five should be taught about explicit sex acts, according to guidelines from the United Nations.

The advice also calls for youngsters to learn about abortion, same-sex relationships and sexually transmitted diseases.

The draft report on sex education has been compiled by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
Children in school

Too young? Children as young as five could be taught about masturbation if UNESCO guidelines are followed.

The guidance is due to be issued to governments, local authorities and education bodies around the world by the end of next month.

But it has provoked an international outcry. Critics claim that addressing the issue of masturbation, which is contained in the plan, is too explicit for young children and removes the responsibility of parents to teach their own children about sex.

The guidelines break down suitable topics for discussion into four age groups. Among the most controversial recommendations are for teachers to begin discussing subjects such as masturbation with children from the age of five.

They recommend teachers should discuss the idea that ‘girls and boys have private body parts that can feel pleasurable when touched by oneself’.

The guidelines also recommend young people should learn about the ‘right to and access to safe abortion’. The report is intended to help countries improve sex education and sexual health, especially in the developing world.


“ESPECIALLY THE DEVELOPING WORLD” Got it. This would be the same world that has been developing for ALL OF MY LIFE. And it still hasn’t developed. It just produces more babies that the west then feels obligated to feed. Though I’ve no idea why. Really. Never thought I was obligated to em. Still don’t.  If the UN wants to really help, they should find a way way to quietly sterilize the populations of , The Developing World , so they don’t develop any further.


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calendar   Wednesday - September 02, 2009

Is this a surprising statistic assuming it’s even true?  And it might be.  Who knows? Anyone care?

The article caught my eye because for years I had been under the impression that it was more us guys who were unfaithful so and so’s.  The usual suspects. But then I saw this and thought hmmm. The ladies are one up on us?  Well that figures.  They’re usually ahead of us in lots of ways.
Can’t help wondering why anyone wants to do a study on these things but they’re often fun to read.  What is even more fun to read are the arguments in comments that follow an article like this. Here’s just one example.

Who is anyone kidding, to all the prior post’s to this article it’s really down to human nature and basic instincts, if you disagree that’s fine but you are deluded because I’ve seen and done plenty to know how it all works.

Women can acquire men a lot easier than men can acquire a woman. Men are constantly on the look out for a new conquer therefore the fact that less men have cheated in this poll is due to success rate and no-one can convince me otherwise. Women can get laid most of the time so the ones who feel life is too short stray because the oppotunity was put right in front of them, men on the other hand try and try whether they’re luck is in or not therefore if 3 in 10 have cheated, you’re most likely to find 6 in 10 tried and failed, so 1 in 10 is mature enough not to cheat if in a relationship. The trick is to be single or be committed, any other way and you are a bad person whether you like it or not.

- Razman, London, 01/9/2009 15:16

Four in 10 women have cheated on their partners (compared to just THREE in 10 men)

By Daily Mail Reporter

It’s widely assumed that when it comes to long-term relationships, men are more likely to stray.

But a poll of 3,000 people has turned this assumption on its head - with four in 10 women admitting they have cheated on a partner, compared to just three in 10 men.

Nearly half of the female cheats ended up kissing someone on a night out, while almost a quarter got carried away with a colleague at a work do.

Affair: A quarter of the women who cheated on their partners said they got carried away with a colleague at work .

And more than a third of the women claimed their indiscretion happened ‘by accident’ when their flirting got out of hand. Four in 10 of those surveyed admitted that men ‘often got the wrong idea’ because they were so flirtatious.

Builders, gym instructors and figures of authority are particularly tempting for women, the survey found, and it seems the old cliche about women loving a man in uniform is also true.

But while a quarter of respondents had embarked on a long-term affair, the majority of women said they had cheated on a partner just once.

Many blamed becoming bored in their relationship as the trigger for their indiscretion, while 21 per cent said it only ever happened when they’d had too much to drink.

However, a surprising 12 per cent of women claimed they could never be completely monogamous in a relationship, because ‘life is too short’.

The survey was conducted by Opera North to coincide with the opening of the opera Cosi fan tutte, which deals with the issue of infidelity and translates as ‘All Women Are Like That’.

‘The poll seems to suggest many women consider flirtatious behaviour as harmless and can easily forgive themselves the odd ‘indiscretion’, said a spokeswoman.



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calendar   Monday - August 10, 2009

Funny how things work out. For example:  Only yesterday Drew made the following comment ….

“I gather the Brits need tremendous sexual stimulus just to make it through the news. And I have noticed, over time, that they seem to have some rather different standards than we do over here.” Drew

This morning my eyes fell on this article.  It’s funny, I guess.  Um ,,, maybe not if you’re a Brit.

I’m gonna file this under humor anyway. 

Brits too lazy to have sex, let alone run for a bus

By Fiona Macrae
Last updated at 10:08 AM on 10th August 2009


We’re too tired to play with our children, balk at the idea of climbing two flights of stairs and regularly choose sleep over sex, according to a report which lays bare the full extent of ‘couch potato Britain’.

A third of Britons are so lazy that they wouldn’t run to catch a bus, it is claimed.

And almost two out of three are so unfit they won’t countenance walking up two flights of stairs and will opt to take the lift instead.

Once at home, one in six say that if the remote control was broken, they would prefer to watch a TV programme they didn’t like rather than get up to change the channel, according to a study.

The poll, carried out on behalf of private healthcare chain Nuffield Health, also found that lazy lifestyles are having a devastating effect on our sex lives.

Three-quarters of couples surveyed admitted to having trouble mustering enough energy at the end of the day for a night of passion with their partner.

More than half (58 per cent) of those blamed their barren sex lives on a lack of fitness.

Children are also suffering, with two-thirds of parents questioned owning up to regularly being too tired to play with their youngsters.

The study of 2,000 adults concludes that it is no wonder one in six children are classified as obese before they even start school.

Even the health of our pets is at risk. Despite our reputation as a nation of dog-lovers, half of the owners questioned saying they often can’t be bothered to take their dog for a walk. Sarah Dauncey, medical director at Nuffield Health, urged Britons to get off their sofas and shape-up.

She said: ‘Ready-meals, remote controls and even internet shopping are all contributing to a dangerously lazy and idle Britain.

‘People need to get fitter, not just for their own sake, but for the sake of their families, friends, and evidently their pets, too. If we don’t start to take control of this problem, a whole generation will become too unfit to perform even the most rudimentary of tasks.’

A sedentary lifestyle raises the risk of a host of health problems, including heart disease, obesity, joint problems, some cancers and type 2 diabetes.

Dr Dauncey said: ‘There are two million Britons with mature-onset diabetes, many because of their lifestyle and lack of exercise.

‘But it is a vicious circle. Sometimes because you are unfit you feel tired and so you don’t exercise and you become more unfit and lethargic.

‘No one is saying that everyone has to run a marathon. You can set aside 25 to 30 minutes three or four times week to do simple things such as walking, cycling or running. It doesn’t have to take hours and hours.

‘If you have tried and failed before, a fitness centre might provide the motivation you need.’

The survey revealed Glasgow to be Britain’s most slothful city, with 75 per cent of people admitting they don’t get enough exercise, followed by Birmingham and Southampton in joint second place with 67 per cent admitting their laziness. Bristol came in third, with London, Leeds, Newcastle, Norwich, Manchester and Cardiff making up the rest of the top 10.

A previous study by the healthcare chain found that one in 12 British adults is so overweight that they could qualify for obesity surgery.

Doctors blamed chubby celebrities for adding to the obesity crisis by showing that it is possible to be fat and famous.



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calendar   Wednesday - May 20, 2009

Better Hope She Has Broadband

A link to some direct and often humorous Safe Sex advertising campaigns around the internet and around the world. Sorry, no dancing condoms videos from India this time.

Nothing actually graphic here or at the linked sites, but don’t click the Continue Reading button if you’re uptight about such things ... a few of the pics at the links are pretty direct.

Alas, the blog software only allows me one hidden text thingy per post, so I had to put another of the naughty ones in the comments area. I gather Snow White has drifted a bit these days.

Personally, I think it’s great that ad agencies can use humor, puns, and interesting photography to get the attention such a subject needs.

See More Below The Fold


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calendar   Friday - May 15, 2009

Slightly Naughty Bits

Air New Zealand ad campaign features ANZ staff wearing just body paint

“Oooh, I do love a man in uniform!” quips lady customer as naked pilots stroll by

Air New Zealand cabin crew have stripped off for a raunchy new advertisement where they carry out their duties wearing nothing more than body paint.

More than 90 Air New Zealand staff members are featured in the cheeky campaign, with eight donning only body paint. Chief Executive Rob Fyfe also took part in the ad, and was crowned New Zealand’s sexiest businessman as a result.

In the advertisement passengers are shown smiling knowingly and looking shocked at the body-painted staff, while a song appropriately titled “Under my skin”, by New Zealand singer Gin Wigmore, plays.

“I do love a man in uniform,” one female passenger says to her companion as two body-painted crew members walk past.

The body-painted crew’s “naughty parts” are blocked by the beverage cart and luggage, but the shocked and surprised look on the passengers’ faces says it all.

“I feel naked,” one staff member said of appearing body-painted in the ad.

“This is the most extreme thing I’ve ever done,” another staff member said.

The advertisement was created to promote the airline’s fares, which “have nothing to hide” - there are no extra fees for things like in-flight drinks or checking in. It is designed to differentiate Air New Zealand from their competitors.

“At Air New Zealand our fares have nothing to hide, which is why the price you pay includes everything upfront,” the advertisement states.

Naught naughty!

I’m amazed. Amazed that I got this story posted before Theo did. He always get the naughty bits out before everyone else!


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calendar   Monday - April 27, 2009

Peace for the neighbours: Woman who broke Asbo stopping her from having noisy sex locked up.

This is another one of those stories that I originally thought I’d pass on. Seemed a bit OTT at the time and I ignored it.
BUT ... it (the story) wouldn’t die.  Yeah, ppl joked about it some and some thought it was a joke. But no.
Apparently the lady here gets VERY NOISY during ... you know.
Well, the neighbors complained of massive amounts of noise and so of course it made the papers. Ha Ha.

She was given the dreaded and very much feared ASBO for loud uhm....s x.
But the ASBO apparently didn’t frighten this breaker of the peace and quiet of her neighbors so now .......

Hey ... before you ask how in the world any man could get excited over this woman, she is absolutely GOR-JUS!!
If compared to my SIL.  Who I never regarded as such but that’s her title I suppose.  The ugliest female in all Australia no foolin’ by gosh. A regular Baby Huey type cept he was cute. Sort of. The SIL is .... oh damn I think I’m gonna be sick.  gak.
So don’t knock this here woman’s looks. 

Woman who broke Asbo stopping her from having noisy sex locked up

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 5:26 PM on 27th April 2009

Neighbours of a woman who ended up in court for her noisy love-making were savouring peace and quiet today after she was locked up accused of breaking her anti-social behaviour order.

Caroline Cartwright, 48, was remanded in custody until May 5 charged with three breaches of her Asbo in just 10 days.

The four-year order was imposed by magistrates in Sunderland on April 17 and prevented Cartwright ‘making excessive noise’ anywhere in England.


However, Houghton le Spring Magistrates’ Court heard that police arrested her on April 18, on April 22 and again on April 26 after reports from neighbours she was flouting the ban with husband Steve.

She was subsequently charged with three counts of breaching her Asbo by making excessive noise that can be heard by neighbours.

Cartwright appeared before magistrates from custody having been arrested yesterday and charged with the third offence.

Prosecutor Claire Ward said neighbours had complained to police on three separate occasions about early morning noises of shouting, moaning, groaning and a bed banging against the wall coming from the Cartwrights’ home.

Accompanied by two dock officers, she spoke only to confirm her name, age and address and enter her not guilty pleas.

Cartwright, whose husband sat in the public gallery, elected to be tried by jury and the case will be transferred to Newcastle Crown Court at a later date.

A bail application from defence solicitor Peter Lothian was refused.

Cartwright, of Hall Road, Concord, Washington, Tyne and Wear was remanded in custody and ordered to appear via video link before Sunderland Magistrates’ Court on May 5.

On April 17 Cartwright was convicted for five breaches of an abatement notice and fined a total of £515, and magistrates also imposed the Asbo.

The conditions of the order banned Cartwright from making excessive noise, knocking, shouting, screaming or vocalisation that can be heard in neighbouring properties or outside the house.

It also prohibited her from playing loud music.


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calendar   Friday - April 17, 2009

The risk of sexual abuse, by treating the victims’ discomfort with humour. ok but,,, DISNEY????

Not supposed to be here right now but hey.  This just HAD to get itself posted.

It’s way over my head. At first I thought, oh what nonsense. Come on.  But then another thought intruded on the first.
Hang on ... I’m not a parent. How can I judge this as nonsense when I haven’t any kids?

I guess my generation was lucky as was the one before when it came to this.  We never thought in the terms expressed by this article.
Still though .... hard for me to accept. Come on.  Pinocchio? Snow White?  Robin Hood?

Is this really valid or just a few ivory tower types with time on their hands and nothing else in their collective minds?

Was Pinocchio was being ‘groomed’ by his cartoon pals?
Classic Disney cartoon films are giving children the wrong message about how to deal with “stranger danger”, psychologists have warned.

By Roger Dobson

Was Pinocchio was being ‘groomed’ by his cartoon pals?
They claim films like Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and Robin Hood contain scenes in which children receive “unwanted personal contact” or threatening approaches from adults, and that the victims fail to set a good example in the way they respond.
The study warns that the films also undermine efforts to teach children about personal safety and how to minimise the risk of sexual abuse, by treating the victims’ discomfort with humour.

In one example, the researchers found that the Pinocchio had been “groomed” by the adult characters Honest John and Gideon but that his response to the abuse resembled “victim blaming”.

The report says that some characters, like Mowgli, in the Jungle Book, and Alice, in Alice in Wonderland, are able to successfully handle to threats they face from adults, suggesting they could have a positive educational impact on children. However, it points out that they do so without telling a trusted adult.

It adds: “It is possible that viewing these scenes could influence children to believe that telling a trusted adult about a stranger’s advances is unnecessary because the film characters model successful independence.”
The research, published in the journal Child Abuse, was conducted by a team of psychologists, sociologists and anthropologists at Carleton University, in Canada.

The academics wrote that they were “surprised to find depictions of children being touched, usually by adults, contrary to the expressed desires of the child”.
They studied 47 animated feature length Disney films, released between 1937 and 2006. In ten of them, they found examples of “unwanted personal contact” or scenes which show child characters in “risky situations”.

In their analysis, six films – Robin Hood, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, The Sword in the Stone, and A Goofy Movie – depict children and adolescent characters experiencing unwanted personal contact.

A further four films – Snow White, Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland and The Jungle Book – were found to show childlike characters in “risky situations” where strangers approach them with “hidden malevolence” and promise rewards in exchange for their compliance.

The films were reviewed several times, often using the pause and slow motion features to fully capture the content. Child characters could be human, fantastic or an anthropomorphised animal.

The child had to be under 18, and where age of the character was not specified, the researchers judged each on the basis of voice pitch, manner of speaking, stature, and behaviour.

Dr Wendy Hovdestad, the lead author, said: “The depictions of child and adolescent characters being grabbed and kissed against their will by adult characters is particularly problematic for the boy characters Wart (The Sword in the Stone), Flounder (The Little Mermaid), and Skippy (Robin Hood), because the context in the film is humorous.

“The treatment would probably be upsetting if it happened to a real child, and treating it as humorous is directly contradicting sexual safety education that teaches children that they get to decide who touches their bodies.”

The report concludes: “The findings raise questions about potential impacts on child audiences. Is the unwanted contact and risky situation content appropriate viewing for children, given efforts to teach children sexual safety?”
A Disney spokeswoman said, “As we have not studied the report we are unable to comment.”



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calendar   Thursday - April 16, 2009

if you had the money, would you spend about $20,000 to look like your children? She did.

When I first saw this, and I’m still not convinced there isn’t a mistake in the photo caption, I was going to pass it by as just more fluff and go for more serious stuff.  But then I read the caption and thought HUH? Can’t be.

Is it me or do any of you find that the daughter actually looks more like the mother in age appearance. And the mom looks better.  ????


The 50-year-old mother who has spent £10,000 on surgery to look like her daughter

By Katherine Knight and Kelly Strange

Last updated at 8:22 AM on 16th April 2009

With their flowing blonde hair, hourglass figures and slender, toned legs, they could easily pass for twins. Both look fabulous in their matching polka dot dresses and, as Janet and Jane Cunliffe happily recount, potential boyfriends often struggle to tell them apart.

the boyfriends struggle to what?  guys are smart huh? you bet. what male is gonna tell his girlfriend he thinks she’s her mom. it’s like when a lady asks you how a dress looks on her or do you think she’s a bit heavy. the answer is ALWAYS, the dress looks great because you make it look great. and heavy?  NO WAY. do I look okay?  ABSOLUTELY! you look great.  she won’t believe a word you say but its what she wants to hear. i have this sort of silly theory which of course I can not prove.  we guys were put here to make women happy and yeah spoil em too if it comes to that. why the heck not?  so if a small fib will make em happy or pleased about themselves, aren’t they damn well worth it? i think they are.

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Hardly surprising, as both weigh in at 8st and, save for a couple of inches in height (at 5ft 6in, Jane is two inches taller) and different eye colours (Jane’s are brown, Janet’s are blue) they are virtually identical.

But Janet and Jane are not twins. They aren’t even sisters. They are mother and daughter. And, in what many will see as a depressing indictment of today’s youth-obsessed society, Janet confesses to having spent more than £10,000 on plastic surgery in a desperate effort to bridge the 22-year age gap between herself and her daughter.

In this image-conscious age, it is a bittersweet moment for many mothers to confront the fact that their daughter’s beauty eclipses her own.

It is a rite of passage that most women, while far from thrilled, are pragmatic enough to accept as a part of life.

But not 50-year-old Janet. She views the small matter of being in her sixth decade as a mere technicality.

She is amused and proud that friends jokingly refer to her and her daughter as Paris and Chantelle after the platinum blonde socialite and the equally platinum former Celebrity Big Brother contestant.

Some might see this as empowering for a woman who is well into middle age. Others might take the view that it is contrary to the laws of Mother Nature - not that Janet has much truck with her anyway.
‘Who wouldn’t want to look like my daughter?’

As she told the Mail this week: ‘It might sound barmy that I had cosmetic surgery to look like my daughter, but she’s gorgeous. Who wouldn’t want to look like her?

‘The way I see it is that she got her looks from me in the first place - mine have just faded with age.

‘Seeing how attractive Jane is made me want to get my looks back. Now instead of mum and daughter we look more like twins. I had good genes and good skin, but I needed a helping hand to make me feel better about myself.’

Certainly Janet wasn’t always such a head-turner. Just a few years ago, she was a size 14 redhead and felt, she says, dowdy and unattractive.

Not, she insists, that she was ever vain. ‘I didn’t have time for vanity in my 20s as I was too busy bringing up Jane and her brother, Pete,’ she says.

‘I didn’t pay much attention to myself.’

That changed as she entered her 30s and became increasingly disconsolate with her changing figure.

‘Like any woman who’s had children, gravity had started to take its toll on my breasts,’ she says.

Oh right. Almost forgot. The MOM is the one on the LEFT. Daughter on the right , who I first thought was the mom.


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calendar   Saturday - February 28, 2009

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calendar   Friday - February 27, 2009

SICK and QUEER ‘Romeo and Julian’ school play sparks political correctness debate.

Oh good.  So now even Shakespeare is reduced to homosexuality.

Once again, I really can’t find the words.  And why is it that any time someone questions or disapproves of the latest homo behavior or pc stunt it’s put down to a phobia?  It isn’t darn it. 

“ the school in all its departments is determined to make an environment where all students can achieve their potential, regardless of their sexuality.”

They can’t do that without perverting the classics?  Guess not.

Gay Queer ‘Romeo and Julian’ school play sparks political correctness debate
A school has been accused of “mind-blowing” political correctness after it staged a homosexual version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet - called Romeo and Julian.

By Murray Wardrop
Last Updated: 7:20AM GMT 27 Feb 2009

The play was performed by teenagers at a mixed school in east London to coincide with Lesbian, Gay, odd, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) History Month.

The original text was reworked to incorporate the gay decadent twist by the comprehensive’s drama teacher, Jo Letson, to raise awareness of homophobic bullying.

However, the version, which was praised by actor Sir Ian McKellen when he saw it last month, caused a stir in parliament on Thursday.

Calling for a debate on political correctness during questions on upcoming Commons business, Tory MP Philip Davies said: “This is mind-blowing.

“Anyone with an ounce of sense would want their children to be learning Romeo and Juliet rather than Romeo and Julian.”

The MP for Shipley in Yorkshire added: “Romeo and Juliet is one of the greatest works ever written. It is a play that every child should study.

“It is very worrying that this literary masterpiece is being used for such a politically-correct purpose.”

But Commons leader Harriet Harman rebuked him, saying: “I seem to remember that in Shakespearean times, boys would play girls and girls would play boys and the whole point was trying work out which was which.

“There is going to be a debate next Thursday about new equality legislation so we can ensure everybody in this country is treated with fairness, respect and not subject to prejudice and discrimination – and indeed cheap shots – from you.”

The play was performed by students aged 14 to 16 at Leytonstone School last month.

Sir Ian, himself a leading Shakespearean actor and spokesman for the gay rights group Stonewall, said he had been “moved” to watch children addressing homophobia on stage.

He said: “It was moving to watch young people wanting to tackle homophobia in their own ways at Leytonstone School.

“Romeo and Julian” provokes just the sort of discussion which is needed on gay issues but beyond that the school in all its departments is determined to make an environment where all students can achieve their potential, regardless of their sexuality.”

The school’s headteacher, Luke Burton, said: “The student performances were outstanding and reflected the hard work of students and staff.”



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