Sexual Harassment in Schools on the Rise

Sexual Harassment in Schools on the Rise

There are 48 comments on the MyFoxPhoenix story from Oct 5, 2009, titled Sexual Harassment in Schools on the Rise. In it, MyFoxPhoenix reports that:

It happens in middle schools and high schools across the community. In hallways.

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Gail

Stafford, VA

#1 Oct 6, 2009
Its not surprising. TV is so overly sexualized and they are learning so much about sex and sexuality in school they are acting out. Most of the kids are probably confused and don't even know what they are doing.

A lot of this would change if wholesome values became popular again with the American population. Instead we a have a culture of talk shows and cheap sex free for all.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#2 Oct 6, 2009
Duh? Ya think?
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#4 Oct 14, 2009
I agree w/Gail 100%. In the business world, "sex sells". The media is a business. I don't think the solution is saying "good-bye" to romance, but perhaps the reintroduction of it. Strippers know how to make more money is to convince the guy he's special. Key word again, "money". If, our society could ever (never happen) value integrity, honesty & virtures above money; we would see a shift.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#5 Oct 14, 2009
Could you imagine a Receptionist or Store Clerk making the money a Stripper makes? I doubt we would have so many girls willing to do what they do if they had reasonable choices.
Froma

Stafford, VA

#6 Oct 16, 2009
Some women would never become strippers no matter how much it paid. This all goes back to the way children are raised and the morals their family instills in them.

So many American mothers pop out babies left and right, then leave them in daycare for 10 hours a day. The kids are not getting any sense of family or values. They grow up to be like animals only living by carnal instincts with no self of soul or moral direction.

Its really sad and until there become a better emphasis on family, a parents responsibility this will will never change.

Like Sweet Sexy said he's glad romance is gone. Men just wants slut and whores, they love feminism because it pressures a woman to work and earn half the income, shun marriage and be sexually liberated with anything with a dongbone with no regards to commitment.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#7 Oct 16, 2009
About those family values, you say you would never strip no matter what. Then, what would you do if you had kids (say the Dad died) & despite what the Republics choose to believe, had to go on Welfare of which you learned you couldn't support those children on, so you got a job as a Receptionist, the boss looking under your skirt; while you still don't make enough money to support your kids? I know women who this happened to, personally. I like you said the same thing; I've sense changed my mind.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#8 Oct 16, 2009
I also agree in the ignorance of popping out babies. We have plenty of children that need good adoptive Parents. But, family vaues tend to be convenient for those lucky enough to have a family who values them.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#9 Oct 16, 2009
Let me restate: I agree with you that it's irresponsible to have babies you cannot care for.
Quakster

United States

#10 Oct 17, 2009
There is more of everything in public schools. You all can't say that this shit was not going on when you were in school. We just weren't as goody-2-shuz as we are now.

Chasing girls is out of the question now. Smacking someone on the ass is a bad deal (watchout coach). Looking at someone a certain way is a no-no. Swearing is a no-no. Telling the teacher to phuck herself is a no-no.

Basically, being a kid is a NO-NO-NO. We should just send them to school with tape on their mouths. Hands taped to their backs and feet taped together. This way they are not able to offend anyone.

Oh yeah, and let's get rid of competition. It makes fat kids feel bad. Or stupid kids feel bad. Let's just make them all feel stupid.
Quakster

United States

#11 Oct 17, 2009
Adopt a dog. Don't have kids. Kids are problematic. Adopt a dog.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#12 Oct 18, 2009
@ Quaker, not the same stuff, I fought then as hard as I fight today. Many things (not all) have gotten worse; not better. I'm not a Goody 2 Shoes, I just woke up & got healthy as an Adult. I don't want to take time out of my busy schedule to take care of kids, or help an abused animal, or help a sick friend. I do it anyway; and most every time, the unexpected pay-off is happyness. People always want what I'm on...funny. I don't do drugs; don't need to. I learned how to get the best buzz off pure life. As a human, not happy 100% of the time; but a good 98% of it. It's all good.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#13 Oct 18, 2009
Sunday, I can blog all day....

Girls get to chase girls & boys today; whoever they want to chase. I think this is a good change. Those who have smacked me on the butt got smacked in their face. "My" body. Kids can swear, just not to the Teacher; & hopefully not to their Parents. That's disrespectful which is an American issue. The 60's Generation swung us to far in the other direction. When I told my teachers to get phucked, I paid the consequences: Swats. I knew, if I couldn't hold my tongue, the consequence; sometimes, it was worth it. Kids feel bad with all the performance pressure. Adults get the pressure too. One of my friends was told she was too fat to be a Model, maybe she should apply with the Plus Sizes. The girl's almost 6 ft. in a size 4. Note to Gay Men: Women are not men. You want boy bodies with boob jobs then make your clothes & money off of them. Hello Women? Anorexia is not an Attriubute, even though the Ads make it look appealing. True competition is fun. To make it true, it has to be a level playing field. To have a wealthy kid compete with a poor kid doesn't work. The wealthy kid gets a jump start from birth, then gets the best training, Coaches & Tudors money can by. The Parent donates to the School while the poor kid gets to do it alone; which makes these kids so tough; they beat the rich kids up on their own terms as they too, love competition. Isn't it interesting how the poor Jocks that are really tough, seem to be "worth" the investment of the Professional Team Owners? Money.Greed.Power.Prestige = The Human Condition.
Quakster

United States

#14 Oct 18, 2009
I guess I don't necessarily agree with how the schools are run. Need to prepare kids for real life, where not everything is pretty and nice. People are mean in real life. People get sick. People die. People fight. People do stupid things. People recover. We need to be careful not to push kids in the wrong direction. You are correct, when you were a kid you got smacked for being disrespectful. Try doing that today in a public school. Kids have very little respect for the teachers. They know that the parents will go to the school and raise a stink in a heartbeat. The schools do provide you a freakin' dictionary size manual so that you can read all the rules and regulations.

I still vote that we duct tape the kids and 'cause no disturbances to the teachers. Teachers are good people who need to collect a paycheck. Teaching should not be a high priority. Actually, who cares about them damned kids. They are just the customer.

Customer's always #1.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#15 Oct 19, 2009
Quakster wrote:
I guess I don't necessarily agree with how the schools are run. Need to prepare kids for real life, where not everything is pretty and nice. People are mean in real life. People get sick. People die. People fight. People do stupid things. People recover. We need to be careful not to push kids in the wrong direction. You are correct, when you were a kid you got smacked for being disrespectful. Try doing that today in a public school. Kids have very little respect for the teachers. They know that the parents will go to the school and raise a stink in a heartbeat. The schools do provide you a freakin' dictionary size manual so that you can read all the rules and regulations.
I still vote that we duct tape the kids and 'cause no disturbances to the teachers. Teachers are good people who need to collect a paycheck. Teaching should not be a high priority. Actually, who cares about them damned kids. They are just the customer.
Customer's always #1.
Amazing how when we stop fighting & start talking all of us actually agree.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#16 Oct 19, 2009
Several Issues are close to my heart: the schools are one of them.

1st~ Give those teachers a raise.
2nd~ High School needs to be real life prep.

I heard Sunnyside had done a few great things (I don't know if they were able to stick because of lack of money)

a) The taught Sex Education. Some Parents fought this; but they were able to Home School their kids.
b) They made "everyone" in the class keep a mechanical baby that did everything the real ones do.
c) They got a Coach that brought their Wrestlers allot of self esteem with the wins.
d) Another Coach had the Blue Devils winning so much, Tucson noticed.

Lack of money is our root problem. We've been robbed by our Leaders. And, they are too powerful for us to get it back. We just have to each do our part & not let the Leaders get away with anymore.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#17 Oct 19, 2009
Speaking of which, in our schools ~ greedy Administrators in some schools received huge salaries while the teachers stayed poor.
Quaker

Tucson, AZ

#18 Oct 19, 2009
Looks like the good old dollar has bitten these teachers in the butt again. There is very little money in real work. When you become a supervisor/manager of whatever it is you do, then you start making some money. Sad story.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#19 Oct 19, 2009
If are Super Star Athletes & their Owners would be so honorable as to give a percent of their huge salaries to their State's School system under the clause it goes into the class rooms; Teachers & Equipment ~ prohibeted from ever touching the Admin.'s pockets; this would be enriching for those who enrich us & our society as a whole.
The Boot

San Francisco, CA

#20 Oct 21, 2009
Give them the Boot.
European-Amerikw an

Tucson, AZ

#21 Oct 28, 2009
When I see Sumner Redstone (real name: Murray Rothstein) shove sick sex perversion down the throats of all young people with his MTV videos that almost all depict white woman being sexually mauled or assaulted by black animals with hideous "grill" work, yeah it is no wonder.

When I see more and more white kids being forced into "integrated" situations at school, yeah I fully expect the chimps to rape and molest the pretty white girls. I mean really, what is the alternative?

When I see major toy companies marketing "pole dancing" toy kits at 6 year old kids, yeah I fully expect total meltdown but all you stupid twats will blame it on anything and everything but the jew who runs your life through your talmudvision set. Turn it off. Reject jewish Hollywood filth.

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