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Dating someone in a gang

Our society often glamorizes this lifestyle in movies, television shows, and music videos.

So I am writing this story about a girl who is dating a guy in a latino gang.

Determining who might be a member of a gang needs to be done with caution and without assumptions. Be curious about the gang and what it means to the person. A lot is made of "colors" flying blue or red clothing, and things like bandannas establishing gang affiliation.

If you need to know a person's gang member status, be respectful and remember that gangs are really families to some young people.

BS DOESNT MEAN BULLSHIT BUT BROTHER SISTER SO LIKE YOUR RELATED.(I wrote this a long time ago, please forgive me for how bad it is.) Steve: Steve wasn't to fond of Ponyboy in the first place which made you nervous when you started to date him. When he first found out he was very mad and disgusted. You ran over to him but bumped into Steve before you could reach him.

You turned around and smiled when you made eye contact with Pony.

If he admits he is part of a gang, find out what the gang means to him and what it represents to his community. But it might also mean the person had clean blue clothes that day. Don't follow people to see if they hook up with a gang and then go out shooting guns and threatening people.

Yes, many gangs have "gangbangers" out shooting up everything and each other. Jail tattoos (done with pens usually in one color and looking amateurish) can say a lot about a person's criminal history. True criminal gangs can be every race and male or female.

Often times dating a gang member can lead to gang membership, gang involvement, and abuse.