I think it’s more humiliating. I remember when I got my period at 12 it was the most embarrassing thing ever when my mum told me dad. Like soo embarrassing. I think even though I understand your logic, girls can be sensitive to body concerns as teenagers and want their privacy. As a teenage girl this would be not okay with me.
@Bella9191 Of course it wouldn't be ok with a teenage girl. Neither are curfews, parental support of dating, drinking, phone use and everything else that in her young mind seems like a good fun thing to do that isn't a good idea. This creates accountability, where if she's in a situation with a guy it's not her searching for a "why not," when it's pretty damn obvious that her parents would find out.
Ok I respect your opinion but I complete disagree. A curfew no one likes, but there is a difference with humiliation and not liking something. There is a different between a health boundary and a not healthy boundary, I guess it’s similar to the debate whether you hit a child to punish them or not. If you don’t see eye to eye you don’t see eye to eye. Xx
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@R_Cakes91 "Yuck! You’re an asshole!" Now you see, just like being offended and start name calling like that, that's not gonna prove anything. Or perhaps you weren't reading what I said closely and be recreational instead. I'm saying it here because that snowflake blocked me.