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951-Riverside Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-27-07 12:47 AM
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4. Its a legitimate question
Edited on Sat Jan-27-07 12:51 AM by 951-Riverside
There are a lot of people here who defend spanking/hitting children but they seem to draw the line when it comes to women and pets/animals and I wonder why.
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  -Why is it socially acceptable to beat children but not women or animals? n/t 951-Riverside  Jan-27-07 12:41 AM   #0 
  - Give me an I  Lost-in-FL   Jan-27-07 12:43 AM   #1 
  - Its a legitimate question  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 12:47 AM   #4 
     - It is...  Lost-in-FL   Jan-27-07 12:51 AM   #5 
  - I'm actually on another forum right now promoting cock fighting.  SanCristobal   Jan-27-07 12:45 AM   #2 
  - I didn't realize that it was acceptable to beat children  Syrinx   Jan-27-07 12:46 AM   #3 
  - What's "acceptable" in terms of children?  HuckleB   Jan-27-07 12:51 AM   #6 
  - flamebait  upi402   Jan-27-07 12:52 AM   #7 
  - How is it flamebait?  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 12:54 AM   #8 
     - Are you equating spanking with beating? n/t  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 12:57 AM   #10 
        - Yes.  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:03 AM   #13 
           - No, it's not...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:09 AM   #15 
           - is yelling next?  upi402   Jan-27-07 01:12 AM   #16 
              - Don't try to differentiate "spanking" from other abuse methods like slapping  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:18 AM   #18 
                 - oh christ  upi402   Jan-27-07 01:28 AM   #20 
                 - Feels like flamebait, doesn't it? n/t  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:32 AM   #23 
                 - Again why it is "flamebait"?  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:42 AM   #25 
                    - I wasn't the one who originally said it...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:49 AM   #26 
                       - argumentational fallacy; comparing apples & oranges  upi402   Jan-27-07 02:09 AM   #29 
                 - Re: we're fucked if this squishy issue sees daylight.  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:40 AM   #24 
                 - Spanking is different than slapping...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:31 AM   #22 
                    - Re: "Slapping is across the face. Spanking is on the butt."  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:50 AM   #27 
                       - That is a matter of opinion...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:57 AM   #28 
                       - Actually, while I'm on your side,  BerryBush   Jan-27-07 07:13 AM   #31 
  - People go to jail for beating children...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 12:55 AM   #9 
  - Not true  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:01 AM   #12 
     - Spanking is not beating...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:06 AM   #14 
        - Re:By society's standards spanking is considered a form of discipline and is acceptable for children  951-Riverside   Jan-27-07 01:12 AM   #17 
        - Spanking a dog won't get you thrown in jail...  cynatnite   Jan-27-07 01:29 AM   #21 
        - It's totally legal for a women to be slapped "open palm" by her husband  frankly_fedup2   Jan-27-07 01:26 AM   #19 
  - It's not acceptable to beat kids. ever.  illinoisprogressive   Jan-27-07 12:57 AM   #11 
  - Why do you ask? Did you read an article or see a link that promoted  Rebellious Republican   Jan-27-07 02:46 AM   #30 
 

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