- Underground parties have become “hot” among teenagers
- These parties have all the things parents warn their kids about – alcohol and sex
- Photos of underground parties leaked online are very disturbing
If Jose Rizal is still alive today, he must be doing a face palm with the way that teenagers “party.” Photos of scenes that actually transpire in these sought-after parties were leaked online and it will give grandparents and parents the shock of their lives!
Underground parties have become the latest trend among students. Some teenagers who join these parties are still in high school, while there are those who are already in college.
These parties are also known as “rave parties” and are often characterized by underground locations, techno music, glow sticks and tons of alcohol that will make a lot of teenagers intoxicated, to the point that they are no longer in complete control of their senses.
Based on reports, some teenagers would use school projects to attend these parties. Obviously, their friends or classmates are in on it as well, leaving parents without any clue where their precious girls and boys are heading when the clock strikes 12.
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A scene in this party is akin to the famous Mardi Gras of Brazil or the Love Parade of Germany where girls and boys intentionally forget themselves and become drunk with lust and sex.
In one incident in Bacolod City last 2015, a teenager who got intoxicated was photographed being molested by her drinking buddies during an underground party along the city’s main thoroughfare. The proper government authorities immediately took action, but no concrete sanctions were issued against the owner of the place.
The harsh reality that confronts many parents today is that teenagers have become so influenced by the exemplification of promiscuity by the media. Music videos, song lyrics, movies, and even the most innocent commercials would sometimes have sexual undertones.
So if teenagers act this way today, it wasn't brought about overnight, it took years of influencing. –SD, Kami Media