Pissed and mortified.
Laugh at them, then tell them that's not what I paid 12yrs of school fees for and they'd better think of another direction.
they would know not to ask me. or ever let me find out...
I would not be pleased.
I would wish they had not told me.
The words mental institution and crisis intervention spring to mind
well i wouldnt mined at all ... it's better then doing drugs,or getting drunk and going to jail
I'd be shocked. Especially if it was my daughter. I think all illusions of her innocence would be shattered into a million tiny pieces and that might be hard to take.<br />
I think I'd want to know why. Whether it was for money or love of sex or some other reason. Might be a bit weird to talk about though.
It's their choice as an adult at that point.
Can't really say anything they are legally grown tell them to be safe and careful with there bodies, who they work with, and make sure that they read there contracts.
Let me think about it!
i will be very angery and i will do my best to change her mind if i couldn't i will say : YOU ARE NOT MY DAUGHTER I DON'T KNOW YOU AND YOU DON'T KNOW ME, IF YOU WANT TO BE A @#€$ BE IT.<br />
and have another one
Well, not the career i envisioned for them, especially If i ever end up in public office or as a judge. But it is their life. But JFK bedded random women all the time while president, Clinton got a ******* while in office, Eleanor Roosevelt's lesbian lover lived with her in the white house, so by the time I get there it really won't be a big deal. <br />
After the initial shock and dismay, have a realistic conversation about the industry, what it's like to work in, the risks involved, how it follows a person after they leave it. <br />
Let them know I support thier decision, I'd just want them to be aware of what they are getting into, just don't expect me to watch any of thier work, because that would be wierd.