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The folsom street fair. Not for children

Not Gang Stalking related but you really should read this post if you care about children. Please do not click on the last two links if you are under 18. Thanks in advance.

http://xpress.sfsu.edu/archives/news/004352.html

Last year for the first time in my life I heard about something called the Folsom street fair. I had never hear of it before, it’s an S and M fair. (Sadomasochism) You know whips and chains and so forth.

Apparently it’s held in San Francisco every year. (The fair is also now held in Toronto and other cities.)

The fair shows S and M, but the participants are allowed to have sex in the open. I am being serious. Right on the street at the fair they are allowed to have various sorts of sex. The pictures that I am going to provide a link to, might be considered explicit or worst. I am not sure, I have only seen the blocked out ones. I did not choose to review the other ones.

My problem with this fair, is that children are allowed to come out to this fair. They are exposed to all these things. Young children.
The picture above is a picture of toddlers who’s dads brought them to the fair in their little S and M outfits. I have concerns children being in attendance at this fair.

I believe very strongly that this fair is not for children. I don’t believe that they should be allowed to be in attendance. If a family allowed children within a household to be in attendance for such activities, the children would be taken away without doubt, so why are the children allowed to view and be exposed to the following out in public, and why has no state authority in America stepped in to review this?

Is America ok with children being exposed to people having sex on the streets? If so then my apologies, please go on with your business, but if having children at a fair like this is a concern to you, then I suggest you take a stance. Request that children under age not be in attendance.

The following pictures are EXPLICIT I honestly think that they are pornographic in nature, but unless you see the pictures, you will not understand my concerns with children being in attendance.

http://www.zombietime.com/folsom_sf_2007_part_1/index.php
http://zombietime.com/up_your_alley_2008/

October 15, 2009 - Posted by | society | , , , , , , , , ,

6 Comments »

  1. I suppose it’s better for the children to be exposed to several hours of corporate-sanctioned sex and violence on TV, 365 days a year, until adulthood…?

    As for SF, it’s a different culture, and the people engaging in these practices aren’t necessarily ‘better’ or ‘worse’ for participating in them. The real issue is the mind control issue, to what extent are the kids being indoctrinated in community values?

    There’s a lot of people out there who recognize televised and educational system mind control for what it is, but want to replace it with the mind control of organized religion, provided it’s a religion they approve of. Think about that aspect before you start ranting about the breakdown of morality.

    Raising a child has mind control aspects no matter what the upbringing is like. The real question is whether the childhood mind control will prevent the child from realizing his/her true potential as an adult, including the potential to reject the values of that upbringing. The corporate and state mind control we’re familiar with is designed to suppress human potential. I don’t see that in the SF community activities. Call me on this if I’m wrong.

    It’s about mind control, not the ick factor.

    Comment by Jeremy | October 17, 2009 | Reply

    • Let’s keep this in perspective, you have brought a whole load of other wonderful issues, the point is, should children under 18 be watching people have sex in the street? My answer is no. I am all for limiting what kids are exposed to in individual homes, but this is not about individual homes, this is what is happening in a public space.

      I get that San Fransisco is a different culture, but we are not talking about San Fransisco culture we are talking about children, and the rules for protecting them are the same all over, or at least they should be. No honestly the real issue was and again still is, kids should not be watching people have sex out in public.

      I don’t know that my post ranted and raved about the breakdown of morality, my post like the article that it linked to says and stats that the festival is not for kids, because people are having sex out in the open where the kids can see it.

      Great and if the post was about mind control I would debate you on this, but the post is simple. Here is a festival, here are people having sex in public, here are kids watching. See? See Dick and Jane run, see Dick and Jane watch people have sex on the street. I say it’s not a good thing.

      I think you are wrong, this is not about suppressing human potential, it’s about not exposing toddlers to people having full on sex on the street. In most places that would not be acceptable, and even when you take into account that San Fransisco is very different than the rest of America, this is still not acceptable.

      It’s about kids watching adults have sex in public, that is the ick factor, and in my book it’s not acceptable.

      Comment by gangstalking | October 17, 2009 | Reply

      • The kids don’t understand what they’re seeing. It’s not like they’re participating in it.

        Most adult Americans would be revolted by these images, though. As always, The Onion puts the whole thing in perspective:

        http://www.theonion.com/content/node/28491

        Comment by Jeremy | October 18, 2009

      • Jeremy, you can’t say that kids don’t understand if they are watching people have sex. Understanding varies, and there were a large variety of children at the fair.

        This was an S and M fair, and I think if it had stuck to that it would be one thing, but it went beyond that. I would feel the same about any fair where people have sex in public where children are in attendance.

        Comment by gangstalking | October 22, 2009

  2. Even if people weren’t having sex in public I don’t think that a BDSM fair is an appropriate place to bring a child. I think that such fairs should be no one under 18 admitted. No exceptions. I don’t care what two (or three haha!) consenting ADULTS do in the privacy of their own bedrooms , but a toddler should not be watching people have sex in public.

    Comment by Melissa | October 21, 2009 | Reply

    • I don’t think that most underage children should be, and their were older kids at the fair as well.

      Comment by gangstalking | October 22, 2009 | Reply


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