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Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 11/19/14

Remember last summer when EVERYONE had a parody video of ‘Call Me Maybe?’ Of course you do. You loved it. Well, we aren’t certain that Taylor Swift’s ’22′ is going to go the same route, but the Miami Dolphins’ Cheerleaders are back to kick this summer off with their own lip synching video to the popular song. Not that we needed another reason to stare at them. But whatever works. H/T BLS

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  • I do agree with Serena. The boys of course were wrong, but if the girl is not willing to accept her responsibility in being in the environment, then every hard lesson will always be someone else's fault. No one dragged her to the party. You walk into a situation, it's over your head, you leave. Rape is wrong. I am definitely not excusing the boys, girls can't play I'm young and defenseless card when bad things happen. If she needed to be in a place where adult chaperones where present, and they weren't and kids were drinking and out of control, she had a responsibility to herself and her well-being to leave. Again, it is not about letting the boys off the hook, but asking what could the girl have done to help herself avoid being in danger? Because at the end of the day, the whole atmosphere of the party was wrong. Where were the parents? It's 11:00 PM, do you know where your kids are? If you don't, as a parent, you have just opened the door for trouble to come in. If neither the parents nor the girl see their 'failure' in the situation, the boys become nothing more their scapegoats for a bad situation gone horribly wrong.
  • I have brought up and raised 3 daughters and situation like this are examples I would tell them about over and over people you think are your friends are not so always look out for your self and drinking at 16 is just wrong and everybody that say their your friends are not so Serena you have nothing to apologize for a lot of mothers have taught their daughters this same situation over and over Now it is out there for teens to see it is sad but it will happen if you give the wrong people a chance to use and take advantage of you, I am a Mom and I have told my daughters this situation over and over, Raise our children in the right so they wont get into this kind of scarey situation
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