Here's a video that was recorded 11 years ago.
- This is a disgusting thing that they would do as parents.88% (7)56% (5)71% (12)Vote
- They're just giving her a more tough discipline which is called "child abuse" these days.0% (0)22% (2)12% (2)Vote
- Others12% (1)22% (2)17% (3)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
Okay she's a 16 year old, of course she's going to be lippy & test her parents. All fucking beating her is going to do is cause resentment. I know if my parents did that to me I would definitely not have a good relationship with them.1
Most Helpful Guy
This was very hard to watch. I'm thinking of a lot of things I would love to do to this "father" (doesn't even deserve this title in my opinion) but I will keep them to myself. And the mother... just standing by and letting her husband beat her own daughter although she can hear that the daughter is extremely scared and the pain must be very intense telling from the screams... what a disgrace. I guess this is what American (or at least southern US) "justice" is like. It makes me understand why so many people in America support the death penalty or think it's okay that the Bush administration was torturing people. For some reason there seems to exist this incredibly barbaric and uncivilized notion in the US that you can just punish people in a really severe/inhumane way and everything's gonna be juuust fine. People don't even seem to be interested in talking things over or - in the case of real criminals - trying to give them opportunities and make a life change. They just put you in prison for 60 years or beat the crap out of you and believe that now the world has become a better place.
If I was this girl, I would most likely do either of two things: Commit suicide or run away. I would love to see the agony of her parents if she had killed herself but then again, they're not even worth such a deed. If I was this girl's neighbor, I would go to the police with her and after that find a way so she can live somewhere else. I would even let her live at my and my girlfriend's place rather than her having to go through such a thing again.1