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Old 03-25-2014, 10:53 AM
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Re: Walk on by Britain: Two Little Girls Pretend to Be Lost in a Busy Shopping

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I think that the possible accusations of being a pedo by the "passer-bys" would put men who are by themselves off....I know I would have been concerned and glad it was in a shopping centre, I would have entered a store and asked for the assistance of security staff.
And this.

Hey feminists and rape hysteria! You now have little children who are so obviously "lost" and worried that you now have them ignored by a good chunk of the population for fear of being seen as a kiddie fiddler.

Dont blame the men for reacting and not giving a fuck, not our problem.

Also, I read up on a story where a window cleaner saw a lost girl all by herself but didnt approach because he feared the outcome.

She was found face down in a pond nearby.

Enjoy the future people!

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Old 03-25-2014, 07:08 PM
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Being a man, I would be afraid to stop and help. Surely suddenly somebody would accuse me of being a molester.

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Old 03-26-2014, 02:39 PM
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Re: Walk on by Britain: Two Little Girls Pretend to Be Lost in a Busy Shopping

I completely understand why a man would be very reluctant to stop and be seen talking to the child! But there were plenty of women who could have asked if they needed help. What excuse could women have for being so uncaring? If I saw a child who looked lost I'd seek out security to help. I too would not want to be seen as a potential 'threat' to the child, so I can only imagine how the men would feel.
This is the society we have given ourselves today!! Can't do right for doing wrong, so do nothing!

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