A 12-year-old student (boy) gets suspended form school for staring, yes staring, at another student (girl) in a staring game.
I can’t believe this is happening in the same world I live in. A 12-year-old boy. For staring. C’mon!
A 12-year-old boy is suspended from school for ‘staring’ at another student. It happened in September of 2014 at St. Gabriel Consolidated School in Glendale. The parents filed suit in Hamilton County Common Pleas court to try and get the suspension erased claiming the school didn’t give their son due process.
A Judge denied the claim, which means as of now the suspension of the 12-year-old stands. “The perception is he intimidated her,” said Candice Tolbert, his mother.
The boy also wrote an apology letter that read: “I never knew she was scared because she was laughing.” It also read, “I understand I done the wrong thing that will never happen again. I will start to think before I do so I am not in this situation.”
Candice Tolbert, mother of the boy, says in the interview: “The same girl that accused my son of this act of perception of intimidation, aggressively poured milk on someone else’s lunch. When she did that there was no penalties for that. She received nothing for that.”
That’s called free pass to vaginas, even when they are at fault; and punishment to penises, even when they are innocent.
We are surely moving towards the feminist utopia.