It’s hard to focus on enjoying the music with your friends when random kids come up to you, try to kiss you and grind on you, or grind on each other in front of you as if they were having sex with their clothes on. Did you ever stop to think that maybe your kids are going through an experimental stage and took drugs out of their own sheer will? For some reason, it is no longer enough to hit it old school and stick to the natural high that music will give you (or the unnatural buzz that alcohol gives you). Aside from that, I heard that some kids last night bought their drugs from random dealers that they didn’t even know – just because they were selling the drugs for cheaper. And maybe it is nowadays, but that doesn’t make doing it okay.
We ended up spending most of the night drinking in my friend’s car and moving from one spot to another when Martin Garrix came on just to avoid all of the crazy hormones that were running rampant all around us. If anyone wanted to date rape you, I don’t think they would do it at Closeup because a lot of the people there are already high anyway and they could easily woo someone high there without wasting their own drugs. Some parents are actually thinking that the drinks were laced at the Closeup booths, meaning they are thinking that the people serving the alcohol at Closeup are the ones who laced the drinks with drugs and gave them to the kids to get them high. Why is it more believable that the kids took the drugs because they wanted to? Today’s YOLO generation is all about dropping pills at tugs-tugs festivals, and it hurts to say this and think this, but let’s face it: a lot of today’s youth take drugs. And it definitely doesn’t make it okay to pass the blame onto the organizers of an event that welcomed you with open arms and were merely hoping to provide you with a fun and memorable night.
Maybe they should have stricter age policies and have drug tests before letting people in next time. If you took drugs without knowing the consequences or if you weren’t responsible enough to take better care of yourself while on drugs, maybe you should stop taking drugs altogether. Angeline Rodriguez Angeline Rodriguez is a geek and a self-proclaimed superhero.
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Forest, who can sing in nine different languages, has traveled the world performing music, comedy and one-woman shows.
She was married soon after graduating from Middlebury College, where she was the only Jewish student, and stayed with her husband for four years. If I had fooled around before marriage, I would have known not to marry him,” Forest told Lilith in March.
So, when I read this text message that was sent to a friend of mine, I had to call BS and speak up: “Lacing of drinks”? I am not affiliated with Closeup nor is When In sponsored by Closeup, but I personally feel really bad that they have been given some of the blame for this.
I know it’s none of my business, but if you did do drugs, please just admit it to your parents and doctors and make things easier for them.
“One third of women say they’ve never ever done it.
So the gap between men and women is dramatic,” she claims.
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Sociologist Dr Catherine Hakim is nothing if not controversial.
“There’s a massive – not big, not small but massive – difference between men and women in sexual motivation, sexual desire and sexual interest,” she tells .