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America today Ponder with me that phrase for a second 14 year olds having sex Violence on Television Sexual perversion Suicide AIDS It simply saddens the heart Our society is lost Wondering pointlessly in a maze of empty sorrow Fathers abandon their families because they suddenly decide they are gay or some censored like that A young mother in high school with herpes Abortion Shit is on every channel of the television OUR CHILDERN ARE KILLING EACH OTHER IN SCHOOL What the hell is this Well we make gay marriages legal We hand out condoms in school We show horrid violence in every living room Heck a mother can kill her own child if she feels like it Why is society so wack When an evil arises we shun it But slowly over time society becomes desensitized to it Rules are disregarded morals forgotten This process ends in acceptance Basically we end up legalizing censored that was considered unthinkable 40 years ago Some call it progress I hate it This process has created a lost generation that doesnt know what to think In the short story X Lois Gould quaintly tackles the issue of gender stereotyping Once upon a time a baby named X was born It was named X so that nobody could tell whether it was a boy or girl This silly little essay Xplains how to raise an X The child is allowed to develop traits on it own without the hindrance of gender pressures X is allowed to be itself Other children have to obey silly rules because their parents taught them to Lucky X- you dont have rules at all All you have to do is be yourself Think of your deepest and darkest thoughts Would you want everyone to run around being his or her true primal self The last thing we want to do is abolish the rules rip the moral fabric of society We dont want to
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