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    It frequently fascinates me the disgusting views some people hold in regards to rape and women. I find it even worse in this case where children are involved and people are giving the rapist a scape goat by not holding him entirely, 100% responsible for him raping those little girls. It is entirely his fault and responsibility that he couldn't act like a decent human being and keep his d1ck in his pants and was such a pathetic excuse for a human being that he had to target children to satisfy himself. And it shouldn't matter where the parents are.

    I also don't think he cares that much that they were so young. He was hiding in the loo, so I think it's pretty likely it would have ended up being anyone who walked in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    OMG I have never heard a more ridiculous statement in my life.

    Bad things happen. No matter how well you supervise.
    Alright then we'll lets not watch our kids at all in that case! Let then go and do whatever and wherever they want! What's the point in watching them!

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    Rape apologists... Revolting. Is a woman at fault for wearing revealing clothing? Leaving her front door unlocked? Jogging through a park at night instead of during the day.

    It is no ones fault besides the abuser, not in any way, shape or form. No one forced his hand.

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    I'm sorry that you all think that a parent shouldn't have to supervise their toddler to a public toilet block but WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD. There are sickos out there, take responsibility and supervise your children at ALL TIMES.

    That is all I have to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureMa View Post
    Alright then we'll lets not watch our kids at all in that case! Let then go and do whatever and wherever they want! What's the point in watching them!
    that is not what I am saying.

    MY kids are well supervised. I am just experienced enough to know that even when you supervise bad things happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureMa View Post

    My response would be the same if a toddler got electrocuted, hit by a car or drowned. Where was the parent? This is why we supervise our children at all times. So bad things don't have a chance to happen.
    Tread carefully FutureMa, we have members here on the Hub who have had those exact accidents happen and not because their children weren't adequately supervised

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureMa View Post
    Alright then we'll lets not watch our kids at all in that case! Let then go and do whatever and wherever they want! What's the point in watching them!
    I think you are being overly harsh and judgemental on these parents. I think it's normal to wonder where they were and how this could happen, but there are a multitude of possible scenarios that may have occurred in the lead up to the assault.

    None of us know exactly what happened. Perhaps they thought one of the other relatives was with them? Perhaps they were comfortable letting the girls go to the toilet because there were so many families around, and they were just 30 metres away? Who knows.

    The only person to be blamed IS this sicko of a creature who assaulted these little girls.

    And for the record, I'm that parent who hovers over their child at the park, not letting my DS out of my sight for a second. Despite my own personal standards of supervision, I cannot fathom placing any blame on these parents.

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    If you would like an actual introduction to the real world, then here it is.

    Rape and sexual assault is most likely to happen by family members. Your children are most likely to be raped and molested by their father or uncles or close family friends. By your logic, you should supervise them when around these people. As far as risk assessment goes, they are safer walking into a toilet block in a public park on their own than they are being naked in front of one of these men.

    Now that you know the risks of the men in your life, should your children ever be sexually assaulted by them(Gods forbid), then I hope you will be taking some responsibility for this for you not supervising them with the men most likely to sexually assault them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureMa View Post
    I'm sorry that you all think that a parent shouldn't have to supervise their toddler to a public toilet block but WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD. There are sickos out there, take responsibility and supervise your children at ALL TIMES.

    That is all I have to say.
    I am well aware of this.
    My kids and I were a victim of stranger crime less than a month ago so it is dam raw.
    Was it my fault that 2 grown men chose us to attack. I was supervising them. I did my best to protect them. Bad things happen. Bad people exist.

    People that want to blame for their decision disgust me.

    We are the ones left to deal with the trauma they caused and statements like yours are incredible hurtful and could send someone over the edge.
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    Tread carefully FutureMa, we have members here on the Hub who have had those exact accidents happen and not because their children weren't adequately supervised
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