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  • Yes, with more supervision

    The life of a teen is stressful. You got school and work (for some) and family and peer pressure and really no rights and sometimes thoughts and actions can kill, so were under a tough time during the teen years. And really nothing is fun during that time because when there is the word "teen" then there is a bunch of words like "depression" and "suicide" and "homework help" and all that. We need a time to ourselves away from everything and everyone that isn't teen-related. So yes we should have nigthclubs-but we should have supervision and provide overnight or early morning buses home after the party so there wouldn't be anything suspicious going on on their way home. You older people think that since the young ones have no rights then they shouldn't have their own get-away from grown ups let alone child problems. Remember every stage in life has their own responsibilities and problems. Now, remember that in the teen life there is twice more than others since you're still expected to be a child but then you're supposed to be more mature.

  • Yes-teen life is complicated

    The life of a teen is stressful. You got school and work (for some) and family and peer pressure and really no rights and sometimes thoughts and actions can kill, so were under a tough time during the teen years. And really nothing is fun during that time because when there is the word "teen" then there is a bunch of words like "depression" and "suicide" and "homework help" and all that. We need a time to ourselves away from everything and everyone that isn't teen-related. So yes we should have nigthclubs-but we should have supervision and provide overnight or early morning buses home after the party so there wouldn't be anything suspicious going on on their way home. You older people think that since the young ones have no rights then they shouldn't have their own get-away from grown ups let alone child problems. Remember every stage in life has their own responsibilities and problems. Now, remember that in the teen life there is twice more than others since you're still expected to be a child but then you're supposed to be more mature.

  • Yes-teen life is complicated

    The life of a teen is stressful. You got school and work (for some) and family and peer pressure and really no rights and sometimes thoughts and actions can kill, so were under a tough time during the teen years. And really nothing is fun during that time because when there is the word "teen" then there is a bunch of words like "depression" and "suicide" and "homework help" and all that. We need a time to ourselves away from everything and everyone that isn't teen-related. So yes we should have nigthclubs-but we should have supervision and provide overnight or early morning buses home after the party so there wouldn't be anything suspicious going on on their way home. You older people think that since the young ones have no rights then they shouldn't have their own get-away from grown ups let alone child problems. Remember every stage in life has their own responsibilities and problems. Now, remember that in the teen life there is twice more than others since you're still expected to be a child but then you're supposed to be more mature.

  • Yes, with more security.

    Teens should get a place to kick back and relax it could help keep them from sneaking into ones they are not old enough for and keep them off the streets getting into trouble. Having their own nightclub would be a great way to do this, but to have more people on scene to keep drugs and alcohol out.

  • Teens should have their own nightclubs.

    Teens should not have their own nightclubs. There are plenty of other activities available to underage individuals, and night clubs should only be available to those individuals that are of age. Instead of promoting night clubs and activities associated with these establishments, teens should look to community centers, libraries, and other activities suitable for their age demographic.


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