Loc: Anywhere, USA
Welcome to America! The home of the free and the brave and the deviant predators. If we lived in Canada, we'd be in the face of every citizen. But not here. We celebrate shame and blame and shuffle the phuckers around.
Oh, occasionally we catch one and put him in jail. But they're few and far between.
Campaigns like the ones we've just seen from Canada need to be forced down the throats of the Grand Ole U.S. of A.
Well, I hate to give the bad news, but even in Canada campaigns such as these are not the norm. We are as inept as other countries in dealing with CSA or any other type of abuse. It is well hidden. We have our share of predators and many are repeat offenders. As for the victims, they go silently without recourse or help. I am glad that this campaign exists, but the services and the help is not available to all. I am lucky that I live in a large city, because outside of it there is hardly anything.
Look up and not down; look forward and not back; look out and not in; and lend a hand. E. E. Hale
Loc: FEMA Region 1
Originally Posted By: Anthony39
I am lucky that I live in a large city, because outside of it there is hardly anything.
Yeah. You live in a wicked cool city (but there's like all those Canadians there...oh well).
As for there "being hardly anything outside the city"...well...it cuz its Canada...and there are a lot of Canadians there.
HOWever sir....The USA has never (according to my broad and superior knowledge) produced such compelling PSAs...or ANY CSA PSAs. I blame Canada for a lot of things, but I think the world of the place with the PSAs!
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That boy in the chair & the boy & girl explaining what is going on.
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