To know that the whole world sees what American women are posting about opening owning sex businesses, opening asking questions pertaining to sex (questions men would be embarrassed to post and read). Posting questions asking if it's okay to do drugs while your children are around, not to mention doing them period. Are there any American mothers out there with morals and values? Or is all about the shock value nowadays? I am 100% positive you wouldn't find women of other countries asking these types of questions, especially our Mexican mothers. Anytime I see a Mexican mother, she is taking care of her children, buying stuff for them, not herself. It really is sad if this is what America is coming to- teaching our women this is okay. When is it time to say NO? That American women will not look up to stars such as Lady Ga Ga? I am so scared for the new generation of children that are being brought up out there.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:20 AM on May. 25, 2010 in Just for Fun
Answer by huntannakay at 11:38 AM on May. 25, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 8:23 AM on May. 25, 2010
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Answer by mrsbean08 at 9:22 AM on May. 25, 2010
The sex questions make me a little uncomfortable, I mostly just skip them. I personally just do not feel comfortable talking about sex, but I don't think mom's that do are bad moms. The stupid drugs and alcohol questions are either people that are very uneducated or people just looking for drama, either way that is sad. I think the majority of mom's are normal but we just hear from the "other" side more often. Oh yeah, there are bad moms in all cultures, it's not just America.. american's may be less modest and have more time to waste but we are not the only country with "bad" moms.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:22 AM on May. 25, 2010
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