Moss Point School District issues statement in response to anti-gay accusations

Mar 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Mississippi Press

PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- The Moss Point School District issued a statement late Friday afternoon in response to allegations by the Southern Poverty Law Center that the district cultivates a "pervasive anti-gay environment in the district that is propagated by students, teachers and even administrators." "We take allegations concerning bullying ... (more)

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Gulf

Gautier, MS

#1 Mar 23, 2013
The Southern Poverty Law Center doesn't actually address anything about "poverty" -- they address identity politics issues. 20-30 years ago when they were taking on these KKK type nut groups or the McVeigh types they were a good group with a good cause.

Its 2013, not 1983. At this point things are about as tolerant & koombyeyah as they are going to get.

Sexual orientation is not a protected status in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. SPLC is blowing smoke out of their assholes. There is no civil rights action, this is politics. And its not about equality, its about special rights.

If this woman wants to eat muff & dress up like a boy & play pretend by putting a strap on around her waist that's her perogative but let's get honest here -- even if the school imposes some kind of stupid "LGBT" awareness program or changes the rules it won't change a damn thing with the students. The students are mostly black & mostly blue collar. I've worked around these blacks from Moss Point. They're among the macho homophobes this side of the Mississippi.

There ain't NOTHING the school district can or will do to change these kids. This woman will be bullied as a "dyke" or as a "muff eater" because this is Mississippi, not Bay Area hippie white San Francisco.

If she wants to be gay, I doubt in this day & age that anybody will care. I mean its her personal private business who she spends time with behind closed doors. She'll get dirty looks out in public & people won't associate with her but people aren't going to beat her ass about her sexual tastes unless she hits on the wrong girl & tries to pick up or seduce a straight girl. And lemme tell you something -- those black girls are mean as hell. If they think she's trying to pick them up -- unlike these kosher politically correct white girls -- they're gonna drag her into the bathroom & beat her f**king ass ragged.

That's the thing I think gays need to understand -- they're already tolerated, but in most parts of the country that's the best they're gonna get. No matter how many lawsuits or bullsh*t they try to raise up. Especially around here. What she does behind closed doors is her private business & people will generally leave her alone(or any gay or lesbian)-- but if she goes out trying to pick up women who are straight -- she better be ready to catch hell, because she will get it.

Just because homosexuals are tolerated doesn't mean regular people will celebrate them or let them do as they please. You can't as a lesbian expect straight women to feel comfortable around you in a locker room while naked or when you talk about eating muff.

If somebody is gay, that's fine, nobody cares. But if she thinks she's going to make a vanguard movement to turn every single school or local govt into a San Francisco like local govt that has "gay & lesbian appreciation days" then they're delusion.

This is Mississippi. You travel an hour north of the coast & you may as well be in Taliban country.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#2 Mar 23, 2013
Sweetie, I really don't mind breaking this to you, but the days of our kowtowing to your brand of ignorance driven irrational hate are over, whether you like it or not. It really doesn't matter where or the prevailing social attitudes, LGBT folk don't have to smile politely and hide in the closet just because fine folk like you have chosen to have "issues" anymore. Not even in Mississippi.
Prentice

Czech Republic

#3 Mar 23, 2013
Gulf wrote:
The Southern Poverty Law Center doesn't actually address anything about "poverty" -- they address identity politics issues. 20-30 years ago when they were taking on these KKK type nut groups or the McVeigh types they were a good group with a good cause.
Its 2013, not 1983. At this point things are about as tolerant & koombyeyah as they are going to get.
Sexual orientation is not a protected status in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. SPLC is blowing smoke out of their assholes. There is no civil rights action, this is politics. And its not about equality, its about special rights.
If this woman wants to eat muff & dress up like a boy & play pretend by putting a strap on around her waist that's her perogative but let's get honest here -- even if the school imposes some kind of stupid "LGBT" awareness program or changes the rules it won't change a damn thing with the students. The students are mostly black & mostly blue collar. I've worked around these blacks from Moss Point. They're among the macho homophobes this side of the Mississippi.
There ain't NOTHING the school district can or will do to change these kids. This woman will be bullied as a "dyke" or as a "muff eater" because this is Mississippi, not Bay Area hippie white San Francisco.
If she wants to be gay, I doubt in this day & age that anybody will care. I mean its her personal private business who she spends time with behind closed doors. She'll get dirty looks out in public & people won't associate with her but people aren't going to beat her ass about her sexual tastes unless she hits on the wrong girl & tries to pick up or seduce a straight girl. And lemme tell you something -- those black girls are mean as hell. If they think she's trying to pick them up -- unlike these kosher politically correct white girls -- they're gonna drag her into the bathroom & beat her f**king ass ragged.
That's the thing I think gays need to understand -- they're already tolerated, but in most parts of the country that's the best they're gonna get. No matter how many lawsuits or bullsh*t they try to raise up. Especially around here. What she does behind closed doors is her private business & people will generally leave her alone(or any gay or lesbian)-- but if she goes out trying to pick up women who are straight -- she better be ready to catch hell, because she will get it.
Just because homosexuals are tolerated doesn't mean regular people will celebrate them or let them do as they please. You can't as a lesbian expect straight women to feel comfortable around you in a locker room while naked or when you talk about eating muff.
If somebody is gay, that's fine, nobody cares. But if she thinks she's going to make a vanguard movement to turn every single school or local govt into a San Francisco like local govt that has "gay & lesbian appreciation days" then they're delusion.
This is Mississippi. You travel an hour north of the coast & you may as well be in Taliban country.
BRAVO! Great post! 100% spot on!
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#4 Mar 23, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
Sweetie, I really don't mind breaking this to you, but the days of our kowtowing to your brand of ignorance driven irrational hate are over, whether you like it or not. It really doesn't matter where or the prevailing social attitudes, LGBT folk don't have to smile politely and hide in the closet just because fine folk like you have chosen to have "issues" anymore. Not even in Mississippi.
I think you misunderstand, I'm a libertarian or "libertine" when it comes to what gays do in their private life. Brother if you wanna f**k another man up the ass every night then whatever gets you off. That's fine, that's none of my business & between you & God & your family.

I don't care. But if you think you're gonna try that "fight hate" nonsense down here you're f**king delusional. There are people down here who will blow your f**king head off for hitting on them. Or worse, stab you & take their time with you.

Also, I don't understand these terms "ignorance" or "hate." I mean I get the mechanics of it -- you want to f**k other men up the ass & blow them off. Hey whatever keeps you warm @ night. If lesbians want to eat muff every night with each other that's their business & not mine.

But what the hell is "ignorant" about not wanting to share a f**king locker room with somebody who checks out your junk? Why even have sex-segregated bathrooms or lockers then? Would you like it if some old fat ass woman or women sat there oogling your pecker in a public bathroom? Probably not. That's why we have exposure laws. Flash your wang to a woman & you're likely to end up in prison. And yet -- you expect me to take a shower with you or to walk around nude in front of you while you check out my family jewels?

No sir, sorry. Not my thing. If gays want to be acknolwedged that's fine but it should lead to sexually oriented bathrooms/public locker facilities -- meaning gays/lesbians/trannies get their own bathrooms/shower rooms/etc.

That way they're not repulsively checkout out another man's wang while he's coming out of a bathroom. Or worse, a minor.

If these people(or you, I assume) want to screw each other up the rear that's your business. W/ever makes you happy.

But why should others be forced to "tolerate" you?

Why can't people just live in peace? Why can't you get your own shower/bathroom facilies & self-segregate?

If you fellas want gay mariage that's also an issue I am indifferent too as its none of my business, again.

But why should I or a religious group be forced to conform my feelings on the issue? Why am I "ignorant" if I don't? Sleep with whoever you want, marry whoever you want. I'm even indifferent on the gay adoption thing as gays with good incomes would probably be better parents than a lot of straight drug addicts.

But as for other things like forcing others to recognize your lifestyle -- that's bs & you know it.

Live your life & marry whoever you want, but don't expect others to gush over it with you.
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#5 Mar 23, 2013
Gulf wrote:
The Southern Poverty Law Center doesn't actually address anything about "poverty" -- they address identity politics issues. 20-30 years ago when they were taking on these KKK type nut groups or the McVeigh types they were a good group with a good cause.
Its 2013, not 1983. At this point things are about as tolerant & koombyeyah as they are going to get.
Sexual orientation is not a protected status in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. SPLC is blowing smoke out of their assholes. There is no civil rights action, this is politics. And its not about equality, its about special rights.
If this woman wants to eat muff & dress up like a boy & play pretend by putting a strap on around her waist that's her perogative but let's get honest here -- even if the school imposes some kind of stupid "LGBT" awareness program or changes the rules it won't change a damn thing with the students. The students are mostly black & mostly blue collar. I've worked around these blacks from Moss Point. They're among the macho homophobes this side of the Mississippi.
There ain't NOTHING the school district can or will do to change these kids. This woman will be bullied as a "dyke" or as a "muff eater" because this is Mississippi, not Bay Area hippie white San Francisco.
If she wants to be gay, I doubt in this day & age that anybody will care. I mean its her personal private business who she spends time with behind closed doors. She'll get dirty looks out in public & people won't associate with her but people aren't going to beat her ass about her sexual tastes unless she hits on the wrong girl & tries to pick up or seduce a straight girl. And lemme tell you something -- those black girls are mean as hell. If they think she's trying to pick them up -- unlike these kosher politically correct white girls -- they're gonna drag her into the bathroom & beat her f**king ass ragged.
That's the thing I think gays need to understand -- they're already tolerated, but in most parts of the country that's the best they're gonna get. No matter how many lawsuits or bullsh*t they try to raise up. Especially around here. What she does behind closed doors is her private business & people will generally leave her alone(or any gay or lesbian)-- but if she goes out trying to pick up women who are straight -- she better be ready to catch hell, because she will get it.
Just because homosexuals are tolerated doesn't mean regular people will celebrate them or let them do as they please. You can't as a lesbian expect straight women to feel comfortable around you in a locker room while naked or when you talk about eating muff.
If somebody is gay, that's fine, nobody cares. But if she thinks she's going to make a vanguard movement to turn every single school or local govt into a San Francisco like local govt that has "gay & lesbian appreciation days" then they're delusion.
This is Mississippi. You travel an hour north of the coast & you may as well be in Taliban country.
You misread the news article
.
Its the straighties hitting on the gays; not the other way 'round

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#6 Mar 23, 2013
Gulf wrote:
I think you misunderstand, I'm a libertarian or "libertine" when it comes to what gays do in their private life.
Sounds like a personal problem to me.
Gulf wrote:
Brother if you wanna f**k another man up the ass every night then whatever gets you off. That's fine, that's none of my business & between you & God & your family.
Do you often have homoerotic fantasies about complete strangers?
Gulf wrote:
I don't care.
Says the man with a 1000 character reply.
Gulf wrote:
But if you think you're gonna try that "fight hate" nonsense down here you're f**king delusional.
Not only will we fight the fight sweetie, we're going to win.
Gulf wrote:
There are people down here who will blow your f**king head off for hitting on them.
The South doesn't have a monopoly on the dangerously disturbed and I'm a better shot.
Gulf wrote:
Or worse, stab you & take their time with you.
Your fantasy life, in a word, disturbing.
Gulf wrote:
Also, I don't understand these terms "ignorance" or "hate."
Not the least bit surprising, especially considering your comments that follow,
Gulf wrote:
I mean I get the mechanics of it -- you want to f**k other men up the ass & blow them off. Hey whatever keeps you warm @ night. If lesbians want to eat muff every night with each other that's their business & not mine.
Hon, you are endlessly and needlessly obsessing over your own fantasies about the sex life of others. Why?
Gulf wrote:
But what the hell is "ignorant" about not wanting to share a f**king locker room with somebody who checks out your junk?
Somebody's pissed about all the pointing and laughing aren't they? I've been around straight men all my life fool and you're telling me that you don't peek. HaHaHaHaHa
Gulf wrote:
Why even have sex-segregated bathrooms or lockers then?
You do realize that most women would rather not see you naked, don't you? Cupcake, the odds are that there has been at least one homosexual in every single locker room that you have ever been in, learn to cope, we have in learning to share space with straight men under the delusion that we would all want them.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#7 Mar 23, 2013
Gulf wrote:
Would you like it if some old fat ass woman or women sat there oogling your pecker in a public bathroom?
I'm a grown up sweetie, I don't mind who looks. I find it flattering.
Gulf wrote:
Probably not.
Oops.
Gulf wrote:
That's why we have exposure laws.
Huh?
Gulf wrote:
Flash your wang to a woman & you're likely to end up in prison.
Jail, maybe, especially if you make a habit of it, but then again it doesn't matter what genders are in the audience or the showers, if they are somewhere where they should not be seeing someone's naughty bits, showing your naughty bits is illegal.
Gulf wrote:
And yet -- you expect me to take a shower with you or to walk around nude in front of you while you check out my family jewels?
You should be so lucky sweetie, I can tell without seeing you that I wouldn't want to look, you're clearly not my type. I'm into men.
Gulf wrote:
No sir, sorry. Not my thing. If gays want to be acknolwedged that's fine but it should lead to sexually oriented bathrooms/public locker facilities -- meaning gays/lesbians/trannies get their own bathrooms/shower rooms/etc.
Sweetie, your deep seated psychological issues, not our problem. Work on your coping skills, seriously.
Gulf wrote:
That way they're not repulsively checkout out another man's wang while he's coming out of a bathroom. Or worse, a minor.
Hon, you've now had more homoerotic fantasies in this one post than I have had all week and I'm a homosexual.
Gulf wrote:
If these people(or you, I assume) want to screw each other up the rear that's your business. W/ever makes you happy.
And another one. Do you endlessly fantasize about the sex lives of heterosexual strangers or are you just creepy around the gay folk?
Gulf wrote:
But why should others be forced to "tolerate" you?
Because we tolerate you cupcake, because we tolerate you.
Gulf wrote:
Why can't people just live in peace?
If peace means discrimination, prejudice and an acceptable level of violence against the gay folk because straight folk like you refuse to grow up, there will be no peace sweetie.
Gulf wrote:
Why can't you get your own shower/bathroom facilies & self-segregate?
Why can't you learn to cope? You might want to consider professional help.
Gulf wrote:
If you fellas want gay mariage that's also an issue I am indifferent too as its none of my business, again.
But don't let that stop you from endlessly fantasizing about how those marriages are consummated in the windmills of your mind.
Gulf wrote:
But why should I or a religious group be forced to conform my feelings on the issue?
What on Earth are you babbling about now?
Gulf wrote:
Why am I "ignorant" if I don't?
Somebody has to break this to you and it might as well be me, the answer to that question is now painfully obvious to everyone but you.
Gulf wrote:
Sleep with whoever you want, marry whoever you want.
That's mighty whatever of you dear.
Gulf wrote:
I'm even indifferent on the gay adoption thing as gays with good incomes would probably be better parents than a lot of straight drug addicts.
I'm thrilled.
Gulf wrote:
But as for other things like forcing others to recognize your lifestyle -- that's bs & you know it.
Live your life & marry whoever you want, but don't expect others to gush over it with you.
Grow up sweetie, it'll do you a world of good.
Minne

Gautier, MS

#9 Mar 24, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>I'm a grown up sweetie, I don't mind who looks. I find it flattering. <quoted text>Oops. <quoted text>Huh? <quoted text>Jail, maybe, especially if you make a habit of it, but then again it doesn't matter what genders are in the audience or the showers, if they are somewhere where they should not be seeing someone's naughty bits, showing your naughty bits is illegal. <quoted text>You should be so lucky sweetie, I can tell without seeing you that I wouldn't want to look, you're clearly not my type. I'm into men.
<quoted text>Sweetie, your deep seated psychological issues, not our problem. Work on your coping skills, seriously.
<quoted text>Hon, you've now had more homoerotic fantasies in this one post than I have had all week and I'm a homosexual.
<quoted text>And another one. Do you endlessly fantasize about the sex lives of heterosexual strangers or are you just creepy around the gay folk?
<quoted text>Because we tolerate you cupcake, because we tolerate you.
<quoted text>If peace means discrimination, prejudice and an acceptable level of violence against the gay folk because straight folk like you refuse to grow up, there will be no peace sweetie. <quoted text>Why can't you learn to cope? You might want to consider professional help.
<quoted text>But don't let that stop you from endlessly fantasizing about how those marriages are consummated in the windmills of your mind.
<quoted text>What on Earth are you babbling about now? <quoted text>Somebody has to break this to you and it might as well be me, the answer to that question is now painfully obvious to everyone but you. <quoted text> That's mighty whatever of you dear. <quoted text>I'm thrilled.
<quoted text>Grow up sweetie, it'll do you a world of good.
I'm not even going to attempt to go thru each line of that as most of it is nonsense.

Look its really simple -- the entire point of having gender-segregated locker & bathrooms is so men don't oogle women or girls & vice versa when they are naked. As homosexuals are attracted to people of the same sex the same rules can apply. If homosexuals can share locker rooms or restrooms with people who don't want them staring @ them naked then why not just have unisex bathrooms?

I figured you'd make the "oh if you point out what's wrong you must be a closet case" argument. Look this is really sad because I don't care & most people don't care what you do in your private life.

No, I'm not gay or insecure just because I'm pointing out the f**king obvious. If I as a man go into a woman's bathroom -- that's a felony man. That's a serious crime. Vice versa too for a woman.

Ok, go try it if you don't believe me & see how fast you end up with a felony rap.

Why do we have segregated bathrooms? Well it isn't because we give each other kooties when we go into the opposite's bathroom. Its for privacy dude. And because people feel uncomfortable being around people who are sexually attracted to them. That's why you have rape & sexual exposure laws.

This isn't that hard a concept to figure out. Why would a straight person want to share locker facilities with somebody sexually attracted to them who they are not mutually attracted to? Again -- would you want smelly old middle age women checking out your package? No. You wouldn't.

So why would you think I'd want to share a locker room with gay men? Or straight women with lesbians?

Again -- if they want to take their business in their own private bathrooms that's fine -- tolerance of homosexuality opens a pandora's box of bullshit though.

Because if gay men can oogle a straight man in a public bathroom why can't men share a bathroom with women? As for the rest of what you said -- keep your sex life behind closed doors. If you wanna hold hands in public or do a light kiss that's acceptable socially for straight people as well have at it. But don't run around expecting people to let you check out their privates in the name of tolerance.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#10 Mar 24, 2013
LOL -- also just reread your thing -- so you questioned my sexuality & the size of my d*ck.

Figured you would...now answer the question -- if homosexuals can share a public bathroom with people they are sexually attracted to -- can straight me go into a woman's bathroom?

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#11 Mar 24, 2013
Minne wrote:
I'm not even going to attempt to go thru each line of that as most of it is nonsense.
But since you didn't bother to read it, how are you able to make such an assumption? Omniscient are we?
Minne wrote:
Look its really simple -- the entire point of having gender-segregated locker & bathrooms is so men don't oogle women or girls & vice versa when they are naked. As homosexuals are attracted to people of the same sex the same rules can apply. If homosexuals can share locker rooms or restrooms with people who don't want them staring @ them naked then why not just have unisex bathrooms?
Lordy, I'm sorry that you lack the coping skills to behave appropriately for the setting around naked people of any gender, but most of us adults don't have that problem. All you can think about is sex, sex, sex and yet we're supposedly the perverts. Get a grip Mary, if someone acts inappropriately, you act appropriately and not violently freak out at the slightest perceived provocation.
Minne wrote:
I figured you'd make the "oh if you point out what's wrong you must be a closet case" argument. Look this is really sad because I don't care & most people don't care what you do in your private life.
No, I'm not gay or insecure just because I'm pointing out the f**king obvious. If I as a man go into a woman's bathroom -- that's a felony man. That's a serious crime. Vice versa too for a woman.
Ok, go try it if you don't believe me & see how fast you end up with a felony rap.
Why do we have segregated bathrooms? Well it isn't because we give each other kooties when we go into the opposite's bathroom. Its for privacy dude. And because people feel uncomfortable being around people who are sexually attracted to them. That's why you have rape & sexual exposure laws.
This isn't that hard a concept to figure out. Why would a straight person want to share locker facilities with somebody sexually attracted to them who they are not mutually attracted to? Again -- would you want smelly old middle age women checking out your package? No. You wouldn't.
So why would you think I'd want to share a locker room with gay men? Or straight women with lesbians?
Again -- if they want to take their business in their own private bathrooms that's fine -- tolerance of homosexuality opens a pandora's box of bullshit though.
Because if gay men can oogle a straight man in a public bathroom why can't men share a bathroom with women? As for the rest of what you said -- keep your sex life behind closed doors. If you wanna hold hands in public or do a light kiss that's acceptable socially for straight people as well have at it. But don't run around expecting people to let you check out their privates in the name of tolerance.
Somebody's wound tighter than a cheap watch, aren't they? Sweetie, I was merely inquiring as to why your post contained so many graphic homoerotic sexual fantasies, not implying that you were a closet. I'm quite thankful that you're heterosexual, with due apologies to whoever is your opposite sex.

Reality check sweetie, we go through life knowing that in any given situation that there is the possibility of encountering tightly wound and potentially dangerous heterosexual nut jobs with "issues" with the "homosexual", that might go off with little or no provocation. We cope. If you can't, please do all of society a favor and stay home and please, please, please, whatever you do, stay away from any naked people, anywhere.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#12 Mar 24, 2013
That should have read:

Sweetie, I was merely inquiring as to why your post contained so many graphic homoerotic sexual fantasies, not implying that you were a closet case.

That's not to be implied that I am now implying that you are in fact a closet, I am not implying that either.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#13 Mar 24, 2013
Gulf wrote:
LOL -- also just reread your thing -- so you questioned my sexuality & the size of my d*ck.
No dear, I have absolutely no questions about your sexual orientation. For humanity's sake, I prefer you not to have one. That way you are no one's problem but your own. But if you do have one, good luck. I was just questioning the repeated use of graphic homoerotic fantasies in your reply. You brought up male on male anal sex more times than I've engaged in the act in the last decade. That might be the end all and be all of your homoerotic fantasies, but you'd be amazed at just how much fun you can have without it.
Gulf wrote:
I figured you would...now answer the question -- if homosexuals can share a public bathroom with people they are sexually attracted to -- can straight me go into a woman's bathroom?
Sweetie, the reason that there are sex segregated facilities in certain settings is not because folk can't stop thinking about sex. That is your "issue". It is because there are certain social settings where folk really don't want to think about it. The reality is that if you have ever been naked in the company of other naked men, odds are that at least one of them was as gay as I am. Number of times you have been sexually harassed, ogled or whatevered, in any way, shape, or form by any said gay men? Me thinks that somebody just needs to grow up and quit being so sexually fixated.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#14 Mar 24, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>No dear, I have absolutely no questions about your sexual orientation. For humanity's sake, I prefer you not to have one. That way you are no one's problem but your own. But if you do have one, good luck. I was just questioning the repeated use of graphic homoerotic fantasies in your reply. You brought up male on male anal sex more times than I've engaged in the act in the last decade. That might be the end all and be all of your homoerotic fantasies, but you'd be amazed at just how much fun you can have without it.
<quoted text>Sweetie, the reason that there are sex segregated facilities in certain settings is not because folk can't stop thinking about sex. That is your "issue". It is because there are certain social settings where folk really don't want to think about it. The reality is that if you have ever been naked in the company of other naked men, odds are that at least one of them was as gay as I am. Number of times you have been sexually harassed, ogled or whatevered, in any way, shape, or form by any said gay men? Me thinks that somebody just needs to grow up and quit being so sexually fixated.
I've had this exact debate on other forums with gays or gay activists before a hundred times & it always does this little thing you're doing here where it goes back to "if I criticize or give advice I must be a closet case or 'ignorant' or what not."

So as the saying goes 'pearls before swine'....

Your location says you're from Kansas. I know the locations lie sometimes but I'm going to go out on a limb & say you're not familiar with this state, southern blacks, or this region or county.

Moss Point is the bane of Jackson County. Its run down, almost all black or white trash. Half the crime in the county occurs in that one city even though its less than a tenth of the total population of the county.

I think you're beginning to see where I'm going here. Its a black city. Used to be black working class & now its black trash/ghetto/drug dealers -- I mean these are the people we're talking about here picking on this dumb girl.

These black women who work @ the school are almost always really religious & if you say something countering their beliefs they get extremely offended.

So I offered this girl(and gays like you) advice to not waste your time on the city of Moss Point. Lord knows we've sunk countless community service hours, money, etc & it just continues to rot unabated. Get where I'm going now?

I think it was last yr or perhaps the yr before that the high school principal was fired(a middle aged black man) for choking students & punching them. Of course in order to enforce discipline in what is basically a glorified joovy hall you gotta be tough so I dunno really what to say other than that. I think the super & other school board members were also fired or put on probation or something. The paper had a bunch of stuff on it about a year ago. The school district is on probation as is from the state so even if SPLC gets a verdict it isn't like there's money or will power to enforce it. The state of Mississippi is a year or 2 away from taking over what is a failing school district. So you may as well sue the state Dept of Education as they will be in charge of the Moss Point schools in another yr or so.

And again -- even if you do enforce "sensitivity or diversity training" onto these kids -- what good will it do? Most are about as dumb as a bag of bricks. They fail their schoolwork, often end up as low-level drug pushers. Get where I'm doing dude? You'll give them the "training" & laugh it off with it being "white people tryin to tell us what to do. Man f**k dem fa**ots" as so many I've heard around here say over the years.

LOL you ain't gonna change a damn thing about this county or Moss Point. If this were a racial issue that'd be one thing. But this is a white girl in a school that's 3/4 black(or more). She's already going to be discriminated against on that alone.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#15 Mar 24, 2013
Gulf wrote:
I've had this exact debate on other forums with gays or gay activists before a hundred times & it always does this little thing you're doing here where it goes back to "if I criticize or give advice I must be a closet case or 'ignorant' or what not."
Sweetie, why do you keep telling everyone that I keep calling you a closet case? That is your fantasy, not mine. I'd prefer for the sake of your opposite sex everywhere that you'd be asexual, but barring that, whatever floats your boat, I just don't want to hear about the details. I've merely been asking why you seem so obsessed by your own homoerotic fantasies? I hadn't even mentioned having a sex life and yet you created a very graphic one for me, more than once.
Gulf wrote:
So as the saying goes 'pearls before swine'....
Snicker. I know pearls sweetie.
Gulf wrote:
Your location says you're from Kansas. I know the locations lie sometimes but I'm going to go out on a limb & say you're not familiar with this state, southern blacks, or this region or county.
Wrong on all counts, but why let that stop you.
Gulf wrote:
Moss Point is the bane of Jackson County. Its run down, almost all black or white trash. Half the crime in the county occurs in that one city even though its less than a tenth of the total population of the county.
I'm sure they think as highly of your area of the state as well dear.
Gulf wrote:
I think you're beginning to see where I'm going here.
Darn, I shouldn't have read ahead, I was going to go with complete idiocy anyways.
Gulf wrote:
Its a black city.
The Horror.
Gulf wrote:
Used to be black working class & now its black trash/ghetto/drug dealers -- I mean these are the people we're talking about here picking on this dumb girl.
Now I know you're definitely in the closet, there wouldn't be enough room for you with all the extra White sheets hanging in there.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#16 Mar 24, 2013
Gulf wrote:
These black women who work @ the school are almost always really religious & if you say something countering their beliefs they get extremely offended.
You hold all sorts of fascinating stereotypes dear, you're great at the sweeping ugly statement of the assumption of fact.
Gulf wrote:
So I offered this girl(and gays like you) advice to not waste your time on the city of Moss Point. Lord knows we've sunk countless community service hours, money, etc & it just continues to rot unabated. Get where I'm going now?
Beyond complete idiocy? Sweetie, just like you, we have the right to live without fear, pretty much anywhere we want to. Learn to cope and any recalcitrance in the area dealt with under the law.
Gulf wrote:
I think it was last yr or perhaps the yr before that the high school principal was fired(a middle aged black man) for choking students & punching them. Of course in order to enforce discipline in what is basically a glorified joovy hall you gotta be tough so I dunno really what to say other than that. I think the super & other school board members were also fired or put on probation or something. The paper had a bunch of stuff on it about a year ago. The school district is on probation as is from the state so even if SPLC gets a verdict it isn't like there's money or will power to enforce it. The state of Mississippi is a year or 2 away from taking over what is a failing school district. So you may as well sue the state Dept of Education as they will be in charge of the Moss Point schools in another yr or so.
And again -- even if you do enforce "sensitivity or diversity training" onto these kids -- what good will it do? Most are about as dumb as a bag of bricks. They fail their schoolwork, often end up as low-level drug pushers. Get where I'm doing dude? You'll give them the "training" & laugh it off with it being "white people tryin to tell us what to do. Man f**k dem fa**ots" as so many I've heard around here say over the years.
LOL you ain't gonna change a damn thing about this county or Moss Point. If this were a racial issue that'd be one thing. But this is a white girl in a school that's 3/4 black(or more). She's already going to be discriminated against on that alone.
Sorry, but we will not be silent, get used to it.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#17 Mar 24, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>You hold all sorts of fascinating stereotypes dear, you're great at the sweeping ugly statement of the assumption of fact.
<quoted text>Beyond complete idiocy? Sweetie, just like you, we have the right to live without fear, pretty much anywhere we want to. Learn to cope and any recalcitrance in the area dealt with under the law.
<quoted text>Sorry, but we will not be silent, get used to it.
LOL -- you think they're stereotypes -- come spend a week in Moss Point & you'll understand what I mean. Assuming you don't run away after spending a few hours here.

Some parts are scary. What I'm saying is that the schools are so bad they're almost mini-prisons. You ever try to instill sensitivity training to people like that? Good luck man.

I dunno, I'm done with our conversation, believe whatever you want, I guess.

If you or the SPLC can clean up the Moss Pt. School System -- heavens knows we've tried over the years -- then hey man, you'd be doing us a favor. Good luck with that. But when you get a court ordered verdict & the school district responds by filing for bankruptcy & the girl gets nothing -- yea -- or when the state takes over the school system again in a few years -- go to Jackson & fight with those incompetent rednecks. I'm sure the SPLC will find about as much cooperation or competence as from the average jackass public official in this state....

Instead of skimming my responses, come on down yall -- lol -- come visit Jackson Co. & see what I'm talking about. You'll be out of here in 2 days tops.

But do w/ever you want, I'm done here.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#19 Mar 24, 2013
The Troll Stopper wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, that's because they ARE stereotypes. Duh!
Here's a little something else for you to chew on: Every respected medical and mental-health organization on the planet agrees that homosexuality is a perfectly natural variant of human sexuality, isn't inherently harmful, isn't a choice, and can't be changed.
I'll gladly take their scientifically-proven, peer-reviewed word for it over the word of a knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing, Neanderthal bigot like you any old day of the week.
You do realize the American Psychiatric Association had homosexuality as a mental illness in its diagnostic manual until the 70s.....right?

And now, lol, homophobia is in the manual.

You don't honestly believe that quackery do you?

I don't know if homosexuality is genetic or not. Could be. Either way, keep your cock up your own ass.

Later on bro.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#22 Mar 25, 2013
Gulf wrote:
You do realize the American Psychiatric Association had homosexuality as a mental illness in its diagnostic manual until the 70s.....right?
You do realize that was based on nothing more than the assumption that it had to be and not on any actual scientific evidence that it was. That assumption was first put to the test at the end of WWII by the US Army when they found themselves with several thousand service members with deferred dismissals for "homosexual conduct". They found that being homosexual was no more, in and of itself, a form of mental illness than being heterosexual. That would have been good to know when the APA first compiled the DSM, but that research remained classified until the 1980's and now only exists in pieces. In the late 1950's Dr Evelyn Hooker put that assumption to the test and came up with the exact same results. Homosexuality is not in and of itself a form of mental illness and while it can make an individual more prone to suffering from one, homosexual don't equal crazy. It took a decade and a half to finally officially kill the assumption that you have to crazy to be gay in the DSM we're still working on killing it in popular culture.
Timesten wrote:
And now, lol, homophobia is in the manual.
Actually it isn't, there's been some talk, but there is no clear cut definition. Even you have to admit that there are folk whose reaction to homosexuality is so irrational and extreme that it seriously makes you wonder about the overall state of their mental health.
Timesten wrote:
You don't honestly believe that quackery do you?
That some folk's reaction to homosexuality might be a form of mental illness, absolutely, whether that is "homophobia" or whatever, I'll wait until the professionals decide.
Timesten wrote:
I don't know if homosexuality is genetic or not. Could be. Either way, keep your cock up your own ass.
Later on bro.
That was mighty mature of you.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#23 Mar 25, 2013
Sparklestrips4u wrote:
I say burn the school down
I think most of the locals wouldn't mind it if Moss Point was burned down to be honest, & there are people who dislike it a lot more than I do.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#24 Mar 25, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>You do realize that was based on nothing more than the assumption that it had to be and not on any actual scientific evidence that it was. That assumption was first put to the test at the end of WWII by the US Army when they found themselves with several thousand service members with deferred dismissals for "homosexual conduct". They found that being homosexual was no more, in and of itself, a form of mental illness than being heterosexual. That would have been good to know when the APA first compiled the DSM, but that research remained classified until the 1980's and now only exists in pieces. In the late 1950's Dr Evelyn Hooker put that assumption to the test and came up with the exact same results. Homosexuality is not in and of itself a form of mental illness and while it can make an individual more prone to suffering from one, homosexual don't equal crazy. It took a decade and a half to finally officially kill the assumption that you have to crazy to be gay in the DSM we're still working on killing it in popular culture.
<quoted text>Actually it isn't, there's been some talk, but there is no clear cut definition. Even you have to admit that there are folk whose reaction to homosexuality is so irrational and extreme that it seriously makes you wonder about the overall state of their mental health.
<quoted text>That some folk's reaction to homosexuality might be a form of mental illness, absolutely, whether that is "homophobia" or whatever, I'll wait until the professionals decide.
<quoted text>That was mighty mature of you.
The point was who you f**k is your business. I don't even care one way or the other if you guys get married.

But like I said -- the APA had you people as being mentally ill for decades before as some claim -- politics changed that.

I don't know if homosexuality is "normal" & genetic or a neuro-pyschiatric illness that's genetic or just a choice -- but whatever it is -- I'm fine with gays adopting or getting married but I'm not cool with idiots preaching @ me.

The APA said for decades you people were f**king crazy & then somehow they said you weren't so who knows.

Just do as I urged you too earlier -- if you wanna get married then do so. Just keep it to yourself & mind your own business. That's pretty much all there is too it. And stop f**king whining all the time. Perpetual victimhood only annoys people who otherwise would be more sympathetic to your arguments.

But yea, w/ever, I guess.

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