There are many people worldwide who have had first gay experiences within the ages of 10-13. So why is this so? Why are children experiencing gay sex at such a young age. We put this to the test when interviewing random people around the streets of Melbourne.
One woman, Michelle, said "I had my first gay encounter at age 11 when we, one night, watched a scary movie on her bed alone. Just the two of us. So she got scared and she cuddled up to me but I didn't mind it. Then she said out of nowhere that it felt really comforting and she wanted to kiss me. Then we ended up kissing and hence this, we ended up making out but got caught by her parents but I was kicked out".
So we asked her what brang her to do this. "Well she cuddled up to me because either she planned this beforehand to have underage sex with me or maybe she was really scared. But when she asked me for the kiss, I guess it was the fashion around our small circle of friends. It's just what I think a normal 10-15 year old male/female would usually do."
One man, Walter, said to us "Well, I think I had my first encounter with the same sex sex was at age 13. One night, both of our families went to the city for New Years. We asked our parents if we could go to the toilet, to which they replied yes.
"I had to go to the toilet and when I had done, he quickly demanded me to follow him. So I followed him to this quiet lonely place. It was beautiful really. He asked me for a night of sex to which I replied 'Er. In your dreams buddy.' But he said that I would get 100 "money". So I said "Fine. Alright then!". I was really nervous and quite angry and I felt forced. But when the fireworks went off, we kissed and it felt awesome.
"In the end, I got the promise he made to me, which was two $50 notes. From there, we never talked about it and we stopped becoming friends since our parents caught us and banned us from seeing each other. And he moved schools and their family moved away overseas to USA. Who knows what he's up to now?"
We asked him what brang him under the influence to take this kind of action. "It was just curiosity. He wanted to do it. Since I said no, he offered some compensation at stake. So I greedily accepted and after doing it, I got it."
"This kind of trash is not acceptable. I've gone my whole life without one and so have my friends. And I'm well over 50. I am extremely against this kind of idiotic stupid dumb behaviour." said Former Prime Minister John Howard.
"I am not so surprised by this because as a child, I personally experienced having friends that have had gay experiences. But let's just say, I'm not extremely against this as John Howard is." said Transport Minister Lynne Kosky.
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