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Southern California parents do you know where your teenage daughters are Do they spend their Saturday nights at dance clubs -like The Palace Florentine Gardens Kokomos Do they sound familiar Well you should be aware of what really happens at night clubs you may be shocked outraged or upset but you may end up saving your daughters life her innocence and her virginityAll the dance clubs are fairly similar but let me walk you through a typical scene at The Palace dance club on a Saturday night The club is located on Hollywood and Vine the waiting line goes around the corner and has about 200 teenagers waiting to have some fun After a long waiting period you finally go in and your body begins to get stimulated by the loud music and the body heat of hundreds of horny teenagers As you look around you see beautiful teenage girls wearing tight outfits that show their body figures-and sometimes even more As you start dancing you begin to see guys getting close to girls and rubbing their stimulated private parts on the girls butts or private sections Guys also use their right leg and place then between the girls legs and begin rubbing to turn your daughters sexually on Sometimes you see girls being rubbed and touched by two males-one on the front and one on the back I guess one is not enough You also see what is called a choo-cho train which is a group of at least four people who are tightly wedged together and use their private parts or their butts to play with the person who is in front or in back of them At about one in the morning the club has a type of beauty contest which is called the booty contest Fifteen girls volunteer to go upstage and perform strip dancing The winner is chosen by the audience and wins 100 dollars The girls take turns and
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