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Loretta West [+1] Due March 26 (boy); TTC since May 2013; 1 child; Auckland, New Zealand 7038 posts
14th Jan '13
Quoting LeTs*StArT*a*RiOt!:" The jail system is why I think all drugs should be legalized. Think of how fewer inmates we'd have if we legalized drugs. It's astounding how many people are in jail for stupid, petty stuff. "

And they go in for minor offenses and learn how to be REAL criminals. Go in for posession, meet the bad influences, get out, go back in for rape or manslaughter, if not straight out murder.
It doesn't always happen, but it definitely happens more than it should. We have a "warning" system to stop people being charged with possesion in NZ, for marijuana anyway. Seems to be working okay, it's at the cops discretion who they warn and who they arrest.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting ♫♥♬:" <blockquote><b>Quoting LeTs*StArT*a*RiOt!:</b>" I never said WHAT you thought. I was ... [snip!] ... mom would sleep with molested me when I was 4. Because of drugs and prostitution. around me I have a very traumatic child hood."


But since studies have show decriminalizing drugs doesn't increase drug usage, if your parents were going to do drugs, they were going to drugs regardless of whether is was legal or not.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting LeTs*StArT*a*RiOt!:" I think it's ridiculous that they'll throw the book at a kid with drugs who made a stupid mistake, but ... [snip!] ... deals with rapists and murderers... It's insane. I hate it. I think a lot of systems in this country need some serious help."


They need to get rid of the 3 strikes law. :?

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting LeTs*StArT*a*RiOt!:" Completely agree with you there. Put someone away the FIRST time they rape or assault someone, they shouldn't get what basically equals to 3 chances to do the same offense. "


No, I mean people get 3 chances to screw up. Once they get their third jailable offense, they're sentenced to life. :?



We talked about it in sociology. There was a kid who stole a bike as his third offense and now he's in jail for the rest of his life. It's a bit ludicrous.

user banned Due December 27 (boy); 1 child; New York 6054 posts
15th Jan '13

No I don't think it should be legal there is enough diseases floating around. No I wouldn't call the cops or cps on her unless it's effecting me and my family.

user banned Due December 27 (boy); 1 child; New York 6054 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting LeTs*StArT*a*RiOt!:" If it was legalized and regulated, the women involved would have better and easier access to birth control and STD testing, to keep them and their customers clean. Same as p**n stars. "

People always get around things. No matter how much regulation there is.

user banned Due December 27 (boy); 1 child; New York 6054 posts
15th Jan '13

Yeah the ones that are concerned about their health the ones that are not on hardcore drugs. The problem with making it legal is that everyone is going to want to do it. It's easy money then you have kids in school that are going to want to grow up to be prostitutes because hey it's easy money. Especially these fast girls are now a days.

♥♬♡ 2 kids; Pennsylvania 10385 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting ★Momma Dee★:" People always get around things. No matter how much regulation there is."


would be less people though. regardless if its legal or not, as with guns, people will do what they want.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting ♫♥♬:" Do you think it should be legal? why or why not. also, if you know of a parent who was having sex for money in their home, would you call the police or cps? why or why not?"


If p**n is legal, than prostitution should. However, I don't think they should be whoring themselves while their children are at home. In that case, I would call CPS if I knew that the parent was bringing all kinds of people into the home and whoring herself/himself in front of the child.