Sunday, February 22, 2009

BRISTOL IS A PALIN IN THE ASS


Bristol Palin has been chatting it up with Greta on FOXNEWS about her being preggars during the campaign and the baby that grandma, dad and little sis are raising. She is a Palin in the ass if you ask me. Seriously hit me in the face as hard as you can with a shovel if she is the new poster girl AGAINST teen pregnancy. You see she advocates against getting KNOCKED-UP but not against teen sex because its "unrealistic" to expect teens not to get horny and mate like friggin' rabbits in heat. Its funny every teen I talk to claims to know more about sex than any other adult, when in reality they know more disgusting slang porno terms than we do. That's called being edutarded not educated. Not a shock. Our teens are bombarded with sex incessantly in the media and in public. Teen girls think they have to dress like strippers to get attention from boys and that just makes boys hornier to see girls look like walking porn. So, girls end up having sex with the hormonal jacked-up teen-boys because they think the boys "love" them. Then they get a bun in the oven and/or diseased and/or a date with every guy in school who has the need of relieving some built up "stress" with the school ejaculatory depository which is said teen girl. So this is basically what you are teen girls, a wet dream outlet and nothing more. Its a great calling. Don't do IT. IT is SEX.
So now days we have parents and teachers crying foul at even trying to push or even say the word ABSTINENCE. You better believe that is my first lesson in sex, DON'T DO IT! Sex-ed TODAY is offered with the defeatist attitude of here is a banana and here is a condom. I am not saying contraception should not be taught and available to the teentards! It definitely should be. But why not try to sell abstinence while shoving the sex thing down their throats? I don't get the "WEELLL, they are just going to do it anyway so let's just give them a room at the school with a bed, some lingerie and plenty of rubbers so they can do it under our supervision" mentality. Is this really where we are as a society? No one is going to say "NO! DO NOT HAVE SEX UNTIL YOU ARE A MATURE ADULT WITH A CLUE!!!" Why not say it with all of the other things that need to be said? I get that teens have a mind of their own. I was once a teen and had my own mind and would sneak behind my parents back regularly. But in the back of my mind was a little voice that said "NO, don't do it, wait". Why are clear messages to our kids so taboo? I am not here to preach about abstinence. I am here to say let's get back to some common sense when it comes to teaching our kids and start acting like adults who lead vs. adults who are cool. Teach them EVERYTHING and tell them to wait. Wait until when? That is up to the individual and his or her parents. Taking teens straight up to the pharmacy with such a defeatist attitude is pretty lame parenting. Its time parents stop trying to be best friends to their kids and start being parents. You can be close to your kids and have a dialog about these topics without breaking out the bong and shot glasses.
I am not trying to pile on Bristol. But it doesn't make it any easier for parents to have her parading around like a teen mom celebrity. Didn't we all think we knew everything at her age and she couldn't be more clueless. A teen in a pretty great situation with lots of familial support when it comes to having a child at her age is not someone who should be setting an example to other teens. She does not live in the real world. I am sure she is a very nice girl with a really great family and I wish them all the best, but its time someone told her to shut it, so I will...SHUT IT BRISTOL!

15 comments:

DB said...

Teach them EVERYTHING and tell them to wait. Wait until when? That is up to the individual and his or her parents.

Great point and post. I took plenty of sex-education classes in school and the message beaten in is actually "don't do it" before they even start to deal with the educating part, which is the way the lessons should be taught. I think this issue is best approached from the middle of the road where you don't encourage sex, but still educate on the issues. Parent's have the ultimate responsibility to encourage abstinence. Abstinence-only education in school is a joke because it doesn't educate about the dangers of sex (which many parents are ignorant of as well).

Clay Bowler said...

I agree. Shut up Bristol.

Frazzled Mom said...

I'm in my 30's now. Even when I was a teenager in the early 90's, I always through the belief from my teachers, "Well, we can't teach abstinence because the kids will do it anyway," was nothing more than a cop-out. Personally, even as a teenager, I would have preferred sex education that fully explained all of the dangers of sex, and then told me what preventative options existed, with a focus on abstinence being the most effective option. I feel too much time was spent putting a condom on a banana, and not enough time fully explaining condoms' failure rates, and the consequences of STD's, which I feel are more dangerous than teenage pregnancy.

Good for you for having the guts to speak up on the reality of sexual activity. We are doing our kids no favors by denying the reality.

As for Bristol, I withhold judgment from her, only because she is a minor-I think. While I really like Sarah Palin, I feel as a parent she should have not allowed Bristol to do the interview (unless she is 18 now?) I'm not saying Bristol should go into hiding, I just feel at her age she is not mature enough to really give any insight into teen pregnancy, and the news media, even Fox can be exploitive. Now an interview with Bristol 10 years from now, would be truly eye opening.

namaste said...

i couldn't agree more with frazzeled mom. s.p. should strongly discouraged bristol from doing that interview. listening to what she has to say now is no different than listening to a kindergartener give advice about the importance of fighting over toys. i would love to hear what she has to say a decade from now.

for now? oh please do shut the hell up! you couldn't handle a simple thing like using birth control effectively and now you're the dali-frikkin-lama for teens?!

DB said...

She is 18 and is accountable for herself. Even if she wasn't, it doesn't seem to me that her mother has too much influence on what she chooses to do or say, otherwise we wouldn't even be reading this post. Conversely, I don't think Bristol respects her mother enough to give a damn what she thinks as well.

Then again, as I assume, she was simply talking out of her ass and didn't realize how stupid her comments were and how the rest of the world would perceive it...kind of runs in the family ;-)

ba and the boys said...

db-i agree with you about bristol. i felt bad for her the whole interview because i think she is in denial. having been a mom in my 30s-there is no f-ing way that an 18 yr old could fair better. it is alot of work. still is.
she shouldnt have talked to anyone. we dont really care about her or greta.

Sandi said...

She's a teenage female. Teenagers know all, say all, think little. Especially the girls. Having raised one of each, the differences in attitude and in the "I know everything" part was huge. Bristol has a rough road ahead of her. She's very lucky to have a supportive family - many girls in her position don't have that luxury.

As for abstinence, it definitely should be the first thing taught. The physical AND emotional risks of teen sex should be shouted from the rooftops.

El Cerdo Ignatius said...

Nikki and friends, if you haven't already seen it, you have to read Robert Stacy McCain's post on Bristol Palin (posted last Tuesday).

Great post, Nikki.

Righty64 said...

Yea, I do not get why Greta was interviewing Bristol in the first place. Clearly, she is not all that mature. To do what she and Levi did in the first place show little regard for anyone but themselves. From what little I saw, it was clear that she is in denial as to the consequences of having a baby out of wedlock. And, one can not put all the blame on the school or her mom and dad as to what happened. It is an indictment of society as a whole that seem to wink and nod that this is all A-OK. I our time, a young gal was sent off to relatives out of town, had the baby and gave the baby up for adoption. I do not have the best answer to this dilemna except that parents have to have a strong relationship with their children.

friedmsw said...

Abstinence IS realistic! It CAN be done! Oh no.....that was not the politically correct thing to say. May not be PC, but it is true.

Chuck said...

I agree. There has to be a balance between teaching them to protect themselves and teaching them the self-respect to be able to say no.

Dan said...

Who's children are they anyway? I suppose when we hand over the raising of our children to the, by necessity, pluralistic and diverse state to be taught all things moral and academic, then it seems to me it might be easier to make a small list of the things they should not be taught. Of course for everything on that short list there's probably some small minority and alternate life style out there that will be slighted. It is my opinion that it is the parent's responsibility to raise their children according to their own belief system. But I suppose that's out-dated today. It doesn't matter anyway, the state's gonna take care of me if my children turn out to be a bunch of delinquents, and what the heck, it'll take care of the little hellions too. It's a win win I guess.

Nikki said...

Great comments everyone! This is great dialog keep it up...:)N

It's Me said...

I'm saddened that the media got a hold of Bristol. I know she became a woman when she got preggers, but she is STILL a teeny-bopper with a teeny bopper mind. How sad that she was NOT ADVISED NOT to throw her idiotic self into the limelight. It's the worst place to be in her given situation. Dumb, dumb, dumb.

Freadom said...

So much for Palin 2012. She's done. You might be impressed that I actually am hyped now about Mitt Romney. I am convinced that if McCain had chosen him (the economic expert), perhaps...