The name pretty much sums it up. How can they not see how ridiculous it looks?
Derek Mahon "Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets. But truthfully, I wish that more attention was given the sexualization of the tweens and teens nowadays.
But, to charge her with child porn is a bit nuts. Perhaps you think there should be a difference, but legally, there is no distinction - in the eyes of the law, child porn is child porn, regardless of whether it's your own or someone else's picture.
The point that I am trying to make with that story is that you really can't force parents to be as involved as they should be. I remember when I was in high school and the headmaster was looking on student's myspace and facebook accounts just to alert their parents of what they were doing online. I mean, as far as the parents are concerned I feel that there is a need for a middle ground.
And, of course, when they are doing something wrong and the parents are asked about it, the parents would say that there is no way that their kids would do anything wrong at all. Others also didn't know until it was brought to their attention but told the headmaster that it wasn't his job to go online just to see what their kids were doing when they logged onto those two sites after they got home from school.