Why do we allow people that suffer from rectal – cranial inversion to manage and teach in our schools?
Our subject story tells us of a little six year old boy, that is learning early about the bullshit created by adults. Apparently, the young lad kissed a young lady on her hand and because the adults at his school figure that six year old boys have knowledge of what “sexual harassment” is, they’re throwing the book at him.
What should be happening is EVERYONE employed by the school district needs to be required to attend training that explains what sexual harassment actually is and at what age children can be deemed capable of committing the act. Six year old boys kiss their mothers, teachers, and little girls, but I do not believe any of the aforementioned kissing falls into the realm of sexual harassment. Now, were a six year old boy to be trying to expose the girls anatomy that would be a problem, but still probably not sexual harassment. Why? Because six year old boys do not understand what sexual harassment is. They are not mentally capable of understanding what the term “sexual harassment” is, how it becomes such a thing, nor why committing such an act will leave them labeled a potential sex offender throughout their educational career.
If a six year old boy can be charged with the offense of sexual harassment, shouldn’t every woman that pinches his little cheek, fawns over his eyelashes, or gives him little kisses be charged with the same offense? It is simply ridiculous that the term is even used in relation to six year olds. These are children attending their “first grade” of elementary school. If the child’s conduct is inappropriate, you sit him down and tell him his actions are not acceptable and tell him why. You do not suspend him from school and tell his parents that his misconduct will become part of his permanent school record.
I think all educators, in all schools, throughout the Country would be best paying attention to the acts of their fellow educators in relation to students to ensure their conduct with students is maintained appropriate, instead of taking unreasonable actions against a child that does not know sex from wrestling or little girls from fishing. You know what I mean . . .