Two boys asked my first grade girl to...

Two boys asked my first grade girl to strip and dance for them

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Lady

Hurricane, WV

#1 Sep 10, 2012
My daughter just came home and told me that two boys from her class asked her to go into a room and take off all of her clothes, including her pants, and dance for them while boarding the bus today. I contacted the school and they stated they were going to address this first thing in the morning. WTF is the world comming to? How would you handle this? I don't want to make a scene in front of my daughter due to not wanting her to fear telling me things in the future, but I am MAD!
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furious

Charleston, WV

#3 Sep 10, 2012
I would call the police immediately. This is a crime. I am really sorry your little girl went through this. Again I would call the police immediately and take your daughter to the hospital immediately and make sure these boys didn't do anything else.
Seen too much

Huntington, WV

#4 Sep 10, 2012
I'm very curious about how the school will handle this. I'd certainly want to talk to the parents of these other children. Talk to your daughter and see how she handled it. Make sure she knows what to do and who to go to if a similar situation should happen again.
I'm sorry this happened to her. I worry every day when my daughter is at school. I know how furious you are, just make sure you give her the opportunity to talk about this and try to ease her fears. Let me know how this is resolved. I wish you the best of luck and my God watch over our children.
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#5 Sep 10, 2012
these are first grade students?......I would call the police and make sure the school does address the situation.....
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Lady

Hurricane, WV

#8 Sep 10, 2012
I did talk to her today again in a very calm manner and I told her that she is not to take her clothes off at anytime unless she is at home and definitely not for boys!

These were first grade students, and I am willing to let the school deal with it first. She has not been physically touched by them, just verbally harassed. If the school does not take efficient action, then I will.
tj

Bronx, NY

#9 Sep 10, 2012
How much did she make?
Lady

Hurricane, WV

#10 Sep 10, 2012
I am going to ignore your ignorance tj. May God have mercy on your sick soul!

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Since: Jul 12

Planet Earth

#11 Sep 10, 2012
Lady wrote:
I did talk to her today again in a very calm manner and I told her that she is not to take her clothes off at anytime unless she is at home and definitely not for boys!
These were first grade students, and I am willing to let the school deal with it first. She has not been physically touched by them, just verbally harassed. If the school does not take efficient action, then I will.
Unfortunatley, this is something that happens more frequently than most people know. Processing this with your daughter in a way in which she feels she did the RIGHT thing is critical.

There are several books available that you can read with her to help her more understand why what she did was right. They also speak about appropriate and inappropriate conversations or actions with others.

You have a very couragous daughter. It is very difficult sometimes for children to talk about these things.
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Lady

Hurricane, WV

#13 Sep 11, 2012
Just to let you'll know the outcome, the principal called me and stated she spoke with both boys and their moms. The principal told me that she will not tolerate that kind of behavior in her school and to let her know anytime something occurs.
meh

Kenova, WV

#14 Sep 11, 2012
So you got on the internet in the attempt to slam some 6 year old boys? Maybe you need to learn how to act like an adult before you decide to have children.
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“Oh my glob!”

Since: Aug 12

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#16 Sep 11, 2012
meh wrote:
So you got on the internet in the attempt to slam some 6 year old boys? Maybe you need to learn how to act like an adult before you decide to have children.
She didn't slam anyone. She stated what happened, expressed concerns and asked for advice. She didn't name names or say what school her daughter attends. I think she did the right thing. Maybe you need to brush up on your reading comprehension skills. I think expressing her concern and asking for advice, without naming names/school is the most adult thing any parent could do.
Lady

Hurricane, WV

#17 Sep 11, 2012
Thank you Mountain Momma79
Robert

Morristown, TN

#18 Sep 11, 2012
Normally when you mention something like this,
alot of people will get on here
and take the Devil's side,
making it seem as though the girl is at fault
instead of the two boys.
I see one or two posts were removed.
Maybe this did happen.
People like this should be locked up themselves.
They may not feel the girl is guilty of anything,
but yet they want to cause waves,
no matter what.
One would expect people like this,
would try to post a response
in the newspaper obituary
where their mother had passed away,
then trying to make her out as a hoe.
You never know about these warped individuals.
I suppose their mothers did not raise them right.
DontAskDontTell

Bronx, NY

#19 Sep 11, 2012
Id keep a close eye on it... Wouldnt want something worse to happen in retaliation....

“Oh my glob!”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#20 Sep 11, 2012
Lady wrote:
Thank you Mountain Momma79
No problem, Lady :)
meh

Kenova, WV

#21 Sep 11, 2012
Mountain Momma79 wrote:
<quoted text>
She didn't slam anyone. She stated what happened, expressed concerns and asked for advice. She didn't name names or say what school her daughter attends. I think she did the right thing. Maybe you need to brush up on your reading comprehension skills. I think expressing her concern and asking for advice, without naming names/school is the most adult thing any parent could do.
Maybe you need to brush up on your interpersonal skills because you are dead wrong. Topix is well known for its slander and any mature adult would receive their advice from someone they know and trust, not some strangers behind a screen. This venue is not her fault for reaching out to it but there are better choices. Yes this is a horrible thing that happened, but advice like this would be best suited to come from a LICENSED therapist not some redneck with the name Momma.

“Oh my glob!”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#22 Sep 11, 2012
meh wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe you need to brush up on your interpersonal skills because you are dead wrong. Topix is well known for its slander and any mature adult would receive their advice from someone they know and trust, not some strangers behind a screen. This venue is not her fault for reaching out to it but there are better choices. Yes this is a horrible thing that happened, but advice like this would be best suited to come from a LICENSED therapist not some redneck with the name Momma.
Topix is a forum. The definition of forum is: "a medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged"
She was just asking for an opinion, not advice. The only trouble or slander on this thread
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REALLY

Huntington, WV

#25 Sep 12, 2012
Oh jeeze folks they are 6, more then likely the boys heard there father talking, or older brother, or something on TV. A stern talking too, and the parents called is all that is needed, not a big convo on topix. Your daughter is not scared, she is not gonna need therapy, and if you make this into a huge thing your gonna scare her to pieces, and make her fear boys..........which will in turn cause her to be socially backwards.
Instead of flipping out, give a little laugh at the stupidity of young boys, remind her that boys are icky and say stupid things, and that under no circumstances should she ever get undressed for anyone, end of story. Call the school report it in a calm manner and let them deal with it.
Boys are boys, I have a couple of them, and they do stupid things.........not cause they are bad kids, just because they are boys lol.
When my oldest was in 1st grade him and a buddy looked up a girls skirt.......school made a fuss over it, we talked to him, spanked him so he knew it was serious and that was the end of it. He is now a young adult, goes to college, has a steady girlfriend and is the most respectable young man you would ever meet.......which in my eyes proves, crap kids do as little kids is just that, little kid stuff.
When we were kids our parents would have told us to kick the boy and be done with it, and guess what we turned out FINE. I am so sick of parents nowdays acting like the world is gonna come to a end because of something silly.
Grow up, remind your little princess that boys suck and drop it. Trust me, she is not gonna be traumatized lady.
REALLY

Huntington, WV

#26 Sep 12, 2012
And to those who said call the police...........really, what is WRONG with you, they are 6. Jeeze, bunch of freaking pansys.

“Often copied, never duplicated”

Level 8

Since: Nov 11

BelAir, CA

#27 Sep 12, 2012
Lady wrote:
My daughter just came home and told me that two boys from her class asked her to go into a room and take off all of her clothes, including her pants, and dance for them while boarding the bus today. I contacted the school and they stated they were going to address this first thing in the morning. WTF is the world comming to? How would you handle this? I don't want to make a scene in front of my daughter due to not wanting her to fear telling me things in the future, but I am MAD!
I'm confused. Did she remove her clothing? Or was she just asked to?
You write they asked her to go into a room. What room? Was she supposed to walk all the way from this room ( I can only assume a room in the school because there is no room on a school bus) naked all of the way from the school, down the sidewalk, while she boarded a bus OR were they 2 separate requests. And for that matter was she asked to dance naked or just dance? Your post makes little sense to me.
Six year olds will ASK and say just about anything imaginable or unimaginable. You are not going to stop this. Yes, I agree reporting it to the school authorities was wise, if for no other reason you have it on record that a complaint was filed.
Why would your daughter feel fear conversing with you?
Are you a 100% absolute certain she is telling you the truth, or is being 100% accurate in her account of the details? Because the details don't make any sense.
Kids will do anything for acceptance including creating things to foster attention.

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