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Post by comperedna on 18.10.14 18:59

So do I.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:02

@comperedna wrote:So do I.
and me.

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Post by tiny on 18.10.14 19:04

@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.
Mothers might talk to each other about things like this but not fathers imo

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:07

@plebgate wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.
I am not quite sure what your post means woofer but if it is what i think you are saying I find your comment quite strange really.
Well it seems quite straight forward to me.  It`s saying some children are sexually precocious - it`s a fact, nothing strange.  Read up about it.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:11

@Woofer wrote:
@plebgate wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.
I am not quite sure what your post means woofer but if it is what i think you are saying I find your comment quite strange really.
Well it seems quite straight forward to me.  It`s saying some children are sexually precocious - it`s a fact, nothing strange.  Read up about it.
Paedophiles think that too.

How is one to read up about it Woofer?

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:15

@aquila wrote:
@Woofer wrote:
@plebgate wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.
I am not quite sure what your post means woofer but if it is what i think you are saying I find your comment quite strange really.
Well it seems quite straight forward to me.  It`s saying some children are sexually precocious - it`s a fact, nothing strange.  Read up about it.
Paedophiles think that too.

How is one to read up about it Woofer?
You`re right, it would be a paedo`s dream come true if the child was not protected.
It should be on any child psychology website or just google precocious behaviour in children.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:19

@Woofer wrote:
@aquila wrote:
@Woofer wrote:
@plebgate wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.
I am not quite sure what your post means woofer but if it is what i think you are saying I find your comment quite strange really.
Well it seems quite straight forward to me.  It`s saying some children are sexually precocious - it`s a fact, nothing strange.  Read up about it.
Paedophiles think that too.

How is one to read up about it Woofer?
You`re right, it would be a paedo`s dream come true if the child was not protected.
It should be on any child psychology website or just google precocious behaviour in children.
I'm a bit gobsmacked.

No reference supplied and an excuse for the Gaspar statement.

Harriet Harman does excuses for PIE.

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Post by plebgate on 18.10.14 19:20

No thanks woofer, not interested in reading up on it, still seems a strange thing to me and certainly the Gasper statement did not seem to take it into consideration.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:23

Sorry Woofer, I couldn't ever consider what you're saying to be anything other than academic twaddle which PIE would be proud of.

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:26

Aquila - "an excuse for the Gaspar Statement" - No Aquila - read the topic title - it`s about different perspectives on the statement.  Don`t be so fixed.

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Post by Hongkong Phooey on 18.10.14 19:26

@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.

This post 'takes the biscuit'!!!!! Are you seriously suggesting that it is the child that has the 'problem'?

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:28

@aquila wrote:Sorry Woofer, I couldn't ever consider what you're saying to be anything other than academic twaddle which PIE would be proud of.
Well if you read a bit about it, you`d find out it`s one of the signs of abuse to children.  Don`t try and make more of it than was intended.

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:28

@Hongkong Phooey wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.

This post 'takes the biscuit'!!!!! Are you seriously suggesting that it is the child that has the 'problem'?
Yes, the child has the problem because of the abuse it has suffered - it`s one of the signs.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:32

@Woofer wrote:Aquila - "an excuse for the Gaspar Statement" - No Aquila - read the topic title - it`s about different perspectives on the statement.  Don`t be so fixed.
Academic twaddle. Finding excuses for a child to be fair prey because apparently they can display signs of sexual precociousness.

Jeez. I'm angry.

Harriet Harman had discussions about this with PIE.

Please don't ever tell me 'don't be so fixed' and play semantics with the topic title.

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Post by plebgate on 18.10.14 19:32

but apparently not a sign that the doctors gaspar seemed to notice.

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Post by plebgate on 18.10.14 19:33

@Woofer wrote:
@Hongkong Phooey wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Some children are sexually provocative/precocious - it can indicate problems.

At a young age they can exhibit sexually provocative behaviours - don`t ask me why - I just know it happens.

If there had been such a problem I can understand a parent being worried and discussing it with a friend/colleague who might say `does she do this and that?`.

I`m not saying she did have a problem, just suggesting an alternative explanation to what the Gaspars witnessed.

This post 'takes the biscuit'!!!!! Are you seriously suggesting that it is the child that has the 'problem'?
Yes, the child has the problem because of the abuse it has suffered - it`s one of the signs.
Not a sign that the doctors gaspar seemed to notice.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:33

@Woofer wrote:
@aquila wrote:Sorry Woofer, I couldn't ever consider what you're saying to be anything other than academic twaddle which PIE would be proud of.
Well if you read a bit about it, you`d find out it`s one of the signs of abuse to children.  Don`t try and make more of it than was intended.
Aren't you minimizing it?

I'm angry.

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Post by plebgate on 18.10.14 19:34

I would like to know how such a subject might even be broached by a group on a relaxing holiday?

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:36

Here`s a reference Aquila - scroll down, its under signs of sexual abuse.

http://www.kirkleessafeguardingchildren.co.uk/signs-of-abuse.html


Funny how some posters` minds are automatically indignant - it`s known behaviour.

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:37

@aquila wrote:
@Woofer wrote:
@aquila wrote:Sorry Woofer, I couldn't ever consider what you're saying to be anything other than academic twaddle which PIE would be proud of.
Well if you read a bit about it, you`d find out it`s one of the signs of abuse to children.  Don`t try and make more of it than was intended.
Aren't you minimizing it?

I'm angry.
Well I`m sorry you`re angry - it`s something I`ve known for sometime and thought it was common knowledge.
ETA - I`m not aware of what HH has discussed in the past.

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Post by plebgate on 18.10.14 19:39

@Woofer wrote:Here`s a reference Aquila - scroll down, its under signs of sexual abuse.

http://www.kirkleessafeguardingchildren.co.uk/signs-of-abuse.html


Funny how some posters` minds are automatically indignant - it`s known behaviour.
I would like to know how and why such a subject might be broached on a relaxing holiday?

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:42

@plebgate wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Here`s a reference Aquila - scroll down, its under signs of sexual abuse.

http://www.kirkleessafeguardingchildren.co.uk/signs-of-abuse.html


Funny how some posters` minds are automatically indignant - it`s known behaviour.
I would like to know how and why such a subject might be broached on a relaxing holiday?
Don`t ask me.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.14 19:45

@Woofer wrote:Here`s a reference Aquila - scroll down, its under signs of sexual abuse.

http://www.kirkleessafeguardingchildren.co.uk/signs-of-abuse.html


Funny how some posters` minds are automatically indignant - it`s known behaviou
Oh gawd, will I have to show gratitude to you for your crappy analysis?

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Post by plebgate on 18.10.14 19:45

Well there you go Woofer, seems an alternative reason cannot be argued even whencertain  links are posted.   Links which I have not read and do not intend doing so.

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Post by Woofer on 18.10.14 19:48

@plebgate wrote:Well there you go Woofer, seems an alternative reason cannot be argued even whencertain  links are posted.   Links which I have not read and do not intend doing so.
Oh well, if you won`t read the links - the conversation ends here.

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