Thursday, June 13, 2013

School Year Ends And Many Teenage Girls Will Party Hard!

Finally, your daughter graduated from High School and she's planing to enjoy her summer vacation before going to college or starting a job. If you are her mother or father, please plan a conversation with her about the facts of life.

Crowded nightclub with teenagers dating and drinking alcohol.
Photo by Kecko
Nightclubs, parties, group cruises, etc… All sound fabulous, but remind her too, that young women are more likely to get raped or drugged when night falls and when they drink at social gatherings. Tell your teen that women who drink, even non-alcoholic beverages in nightclubs or parties, sometimes get their drinks spiked with date rape drugs! Encourage her to carry Date Rape Drug Test Strips. We know that this conversation with her might be overwhelming, but if you avoid it, worse things can happen! Don't scare her, just let her know to be more careful from now on.

Mace disguised Lipstick Pepper Spray can reach 10 feet away and contains 6 bursts.
Date Rape Drug Test Strips and
Mace Lipstick Pepper Spray
Soon, the summer partying vacation will be over and your teen will be headed to college or a new job. Inform your teenage daughter, if she is headed to college for the first time, to remember that statistics for rape are the highest for college girls. Also, it's important to prepare her with some sort of self defense item, such as a pepper spray or stun gun, before she leaves. If she is headed to a university, that doesn't allow stun guns or Mace pepper sprays, at least empower your daughter with a personal alarm! Personal alarms can usually be heard by campus police. Some campuses actually encourage students to carry personal alarms. If she's starting a new job, have her place a pepper spray or stun gun in her purse. Some of these products are disguised to look like pens, perfume, lipstick, etc. This makes it easier to have them available when going to and from work, as well as during work!

Lastly, remind her that most women or girls, don't mention that they have been sexually assaulted in the past… Just because she has never heard of a case, herself, doesn't mean that it has never happened to someone she knows.

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