Preteen Space Force

In the preteen stage, the individual goes through changes that are shocking to himself or herself, and to everyone else.

All right, so the articles “Preteen” and “Donald Trump declares Space Force” are not connected.  Other than they’re both satire, both on Uncyclopedia, and both written by a member or associate of The Loveshade Family.

Preteen” by Miley Spears (with help) was chosen as the feature article on Uncyclopedia.

“Everybody will look up in the sky and ask is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Space Force!”

Donald Trump declares Space Force” by Alden Loveshade (with help) was chosen as the lead UnNews story on Uncyclopedia and appears in a slightly different form on the other Uncyclopedia.

Enjoy.

Photo credits appear on the respective articles.

The linked articles do not necessarily reflect the views of The Loveshade Family or of any preteen or resident of planet Earth.

School Says Girls Can’t Say No

Girls were not allowed to choose who they danced with at a school dance. (This photo is a substitute for the original which was removed by the publisher; this photo does not depict the school; see details below).

A Utah girl told her mother she couldn’t refuse if a boy asked her to dance at a Valentine’s Day event at her school. The mother complained to her Kanesville Elementary school principal because telling a sixth grade girl she couldn’t say no to a boy is a terrible message. The principal said that’s the policy, and the preteen girl had to do what the boys wanted.

It applies to both boys and girls. What happens if they say no, will they be punished? None of the preteens can say no. Is this 2018 or 1958?

Schools decision to refuse girls right to say no if boys ask them to dance, challenged by pupil’s parent

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An opinion of a family member of associate of The Loveshade Family does not necessarily reflect the views of the whole family.

Preteen Gag Order: Welcome to Corporate America

462px-Young_girl_in_Mauritania_ForbiddenAt the age of 10 and 7, two American children had their freedom of speech legally truncated. By an agreement made by their parents, Chris and Stephanie Hallowich, a Pennsylvania boy and girl apparently cannot talk about fracking, shale gas drilling, for the rest of their lives.

While the $750,000 settlement was made in 2011, the terms were just now made public after a request by the Pittsburg Post Gazette.

The agreement was made between the Hallowich’s and three oil and gas companies in charge of drilling in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale.  The family, who lived near the drilling and were opposed to fracking, claimed the process harmed their family’s health. Apparently the parents did not want their kids gagged, but otherwise could not get a settlement.

While gag orders are common for adults in such agreements, how can they be forced down the throats of two young children?

http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/children-given-gag-order-in-pennsylvania-fracking-suit-settlement-194638861.html

Image adapted from “Young girl in Mauritania.jpg” by Ferdinand Reus from Arnhem, Holland.  This image is under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license.  The original image is under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.

SevenSuperGirls Hits 250,000 Subscribers

SevenSuperGirls

SevenSuperGirls

Congratulations to our friends at SevenSuperGirls on getting their 250,000th subscriber! It’s the self-proclaimed “largest all-girls under 16 collaboration channel on YouTube.”

Yes, we don’t usually mention things like this in our blog.  But if we didn’t, someone’s niece would send a dragon after us.

http://www.youtube.com/user/SevenSuperGirls