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Sub tweeting?

Theres a crew of yall...I dont care enough @ all of yall.

If that dude likes transgendered women, its cool for him to post him in those threads. Its obviously not trolling because all his posts remain.
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Sub tweeting?

Theres a crew of yall...I dont care enough @ all of yall.

If that dude likes transgendered women, its cool for him to post him in those threads. Its obviously not trolling because all his posts remain.

I am going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you are purposely being difficult and you REALLY know the definition of trolling. 

 

The posts remain because the ADMIN team wouldn't DARE delete those posts because of how it would "appear." We both know this but you keep playing stupid

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The posts remain because they aren't trolling and most rational posters realize this and just let it go, no matter their own personal feelings on it.

Its almost as if your definition of trolling is an opinion, you don't agree with.
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Times are changing though. Eventually this won't be about one boy wanting this but several and then the same thing with girls who believe they should be men.


Public schools will have to address this.


In NYC, there are already a few specialized LBGT schools so this isn't as a big of a problem but I'd say segregation is not an answer and definitely won't work nationwide.
SO then teachers are going to have to be on duty in bathrooms 100% of the time to make sure folks aren't banging in there.............
In public schools? No laugh.gif That's what aids and security guards are for and even they aren't there 100% of the time.

School must be different in your region if you think administration would even consider having teachers be on duty in school bathrooms.
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In public schools? No laugh.gif That's what aids and security guards are for and even they aren't there 100% of the time.

School must be different in your region if you think administration would even consider having teachers be on duty in school bathrooms.

I am looking at DCPS

 

"Aids" are only in self-contained rooms with the SPED Population. (3 in my school)

 

There is only one Security person PER floor. So we wouldn't even have enough to cover EVERY bathroom, especially since security has to be in the hallways during transition. 

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In public schools? No laugh.gif That's what aids and security guards are for and even they aren't there 100% of the time.


School must be different in your region if you think administration would even consider having teachers be on duty in school bathrooms.
I am looking at DCPS

"Aids" are only in self-contained rooms with the SPED Population. (3 in my school)

There is only one Security person PER floor. So we wouldn't even have enough to cover EVERY bathroom, especially since security has to be in the hallways during transition. 
What I'm familiar with are aids being in classrooms, on hand in the cafeteria, and a few other places.

Since we're talking HS, the security guards are at the main entrance, at a few desks on every floor, and roam the halls and staircases. A lot of times the guards would patrol in pairs. They're usually women in their 30s or men who look like they couldn't make it in college football or basketball.

All of that helped deter sex in the bathrooms and getting it in on the staircases as well as break up dice games, fights, and slap boxing. So I'd assume that would also lower the chances of violent sexual attacks by expected targets.

So pretty much if a violent bullying attack is going to happen, it's gonna happen regardless cuz the person doing it is sociopathic or really mad.

Perhaps these other regions need to adopt some of that. I heard of some schools in Cali that are even stricter than that.
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Man whatever, i really don't care about all that ****, but if a ***** think he a girl and all the girls sayin you not a girl, then wtf
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I read a lot or non fiction especially about history/sociology

and if there is one thing i've learned.

on social issues like this.

The progressives always win. always.

May take 5 years, 10, 20. In the end they always win.

So getting worked up about it is just unecessary stress against an outcome that mostly inevitable.

but if you want to fight about thats up to you *shrugs*

That lowkey ether.
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Give Juwanna Man an empty 2 liter bottle and the keys to the janitors closet....problem solved.

see ya later
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