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Jan 26 09 10:22 PM
Jan 26 09 10:35 PM
I think kids deserve more freedoms and choices, as long as they have a lot of guidance and help understanding the consequences and results of those choices.
But alas I am not a parent, and so this my opinion as a hypothetical father only.
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Oct 15 09 12:43 AM
i would have to say 15-16, even though that wasn't one of the options. i'm not against anyone growing earlier if they can, but i feel that only those
who can handle being teased and all that should go for it. it would be a shame for someone to try it too young, then never grow again because of their bad
i was 16 when i started growing, and even then, it's pretty amazing how many comments you get! with time they got more positive, but in the beginning
they were very negative. i dealt with it, but i'm not sure i would have been able to when i was in the sensitive stages of puberty. friends comments have
a lot of influence at that time.
Oct 15 09 8:06 AM
There shouldn't be an age limit. It should more be based on coverage. I understand not allowing a 12- 13 year old to try to grow something if the
coverage isn't there because it ends up looking foolish. HOWEVER, if a kid is lucky enough to have proper coverage, then let them rock it out. I could
have grown quite a bit when I was 12 but I think that most kids in their early teens are more afraid to grow anything and risk being different so they shave
in fear of being teased. They say if you got it flaunt it... just make sure that you in fact DO got it, before ya try flaunting it.
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