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“A couple of years ago, my sister told me she would never let a gay man watch her children because, she said they were deviant, and more likely to molest them; Today, she’s my strongest advocate.”
To me, religion and sexuality shouldn’t conflict with one another because choosing what to believe in and being who you were born to be, are two completely separate issues. I am an atheist and I am a lesbian; The students in this video are Mormon‘s and they, too, are homosexuals. Sexual orientation, in my mind, is something that you’re born with (for most people), and trying to deny that part of yourself could turn you into someone you don’t recognize. And how could you possibly love someone who you don’t even know or understand? In order for us, humanity, to be happy, we have to first love who we are as individuals, and then be willing to share that love with anyone and everyone.
To be honest, I was very shocked by this video and what USGA is doing, because I would have never expected so many open BYU students, who didn’t judge or condemn a fellow classmate for being a homosexual. Luckily, they made this video for people like those who are still struggling, Mormon and gay, as well as myself and the general public. Only a few years ago did BYU change their honor code, which allowed LGBT students to even enroll. This is a great step in the right direction for both the Mormon church and those who practice Mormonism.
- Man accused of extorting money and sex from BYU student appears in court (fox13now.com)
- Bullying Among Children and Youth on Perceptions and Differences in Sexual Orientation (education.com)
- Malaysia to Ban All LGBT Characters from Television Because They’re ‘Against Norm of a Religious Society’ (towleroad.com)
- California College Paperwork Might Get a Little Sexier [Lgbt] (jezebel.com)
- A Case for (Mormon) Gay Marriage (queeringthechurch.com)
- Thousands of Students In All 50 States, 9 Countries Pledge To Be Allies Against Anti-LGBT Bullying (prweb.com)
- Comedian Asks BYU Students What They Know About Black People, In Blackface [Video] (bossip.com)
- BYU students react to professor’s controversial comments ()
UPDATE February 28th, 2012 @ 10:10 AM: Demetrius Hewlin, 16, is the third victim to die after this horrendous shooting. His death was reported just hours after the announcement that King had passed. Hopefully, the bad news and deaths will end here, although this is already a horrible outcome.
Frank Hall, assistant football coach at Chardon High School in Chardon, Ohio, is being identified as the brave adult that chased TJ lane outside of the school, which later led to him surrendering and wounding less individuals than he could have.
Elementary school teacher Kimberly Crain, 48, invited some of her 3rd grade students come over to her house for a Christmas/Pizza party and had them dress up in Christmas-themed underwear and bras before she took photos of the young girls.
Ms. Crain from Shawnee, Oklahoma, resigned shortly after the allegations came about.Police have also said that she allegedly had students Skype a man, “Uncle G”, while in her classroom, which is being investigated. Hearing of both these accusations leads me to believe she was making money for providing images and/or contact with a child molester or molesters.
The parents of one of the girls reported the party to police earlier this month, sparking an investigation of the McLoud Elementary School teacher.
The girl had told her parents that ‘they dressed up in bras and panties and decorated the tree and ate pizza.’
When the parents probed further, the girl revealed that Crain ‘took photos of her and her friends decorating the tree.
Some of the girls ‘made up a cheer dance and did it in the bra and panties while Crain videotaped them,’ according to the affidavit posted on the smoking gun website.
According to many parents, Ms. Crain was well-liked by most of the pupils parents and they are shocked by the allegations. Sadly, the appearance of the teacher as well as her profession probably made these parents feel like there was no reason to inquire further into her character. The student who told police about the skyping also shared with them that Ms. Crain would take photos on her cell phone of different young girls while in class.
Friday Nov. 18th at 4:54 PM officers were caught on video pepper-spraying the peaceful protesters on UC Davis‘ campus after they refused to get out of the way for police.
Shortly after this video was releases, many people from all over had come together to speak out on behalf of the students and against the police who were shown implementing the pepper spray in this video. UC Davis and Chancellor had received negative feedback over this incident and decided they must take action.
In a statement, school Chancellor Linda Katehi announced that the officers were on administrative leave. She also said that she accepted ‘full responsibility’ for Friday’s incident.
Witnesses watched in horror as police moved in on more than a dozen tents erected in the campus quad drenching demonstrators with the burning yellow spray and arresting 10 people, nine of them students.
Although UC Davis had not named the officers, one of them has been identified locally as Lt John Pike.
In the latest statement Ms Katehi said: ‘I spoke with students this weekend, and I feel their outrage. ‘I have also heard from an overwhelming number of students, faculty, staff and alumni from around the country.
‘I am deeply saddened that this happened on our campus, and as chancellor, I take full responsibility for the incident.
But despite widespread calls for her resignation, the chancellor still refused to budge.
The statement continued: ‘I pledge to take the actions needed to ensure that this does not happen again.’
‘I feel very sorry for the harm our students were subjected to and I vow to work tirelessly to make the campus a more welcoming and safe place.’
Katehi said the investigation into the events surrounding the arrests, including communications from the police to the administration had been accelerated with a deadline of 30 days for the task force to issue its report.
The students were showing their support of Occupy Wall Street which has gained recognition all around the world. Their right to protest peacefully was threatened when police took advantage of their strength in being determined to sit there and stand up for what they believed in.
The moving protest was held in support of the overall Occupy Wall Street movement and in solidarity with protesters at the University of California, Berkeley who were jabbed by police with batons on November 9.
The school faculty association had demanded the chancellor’s resignation, saying that her authorisation of police force represented ‘a gross failure of leadership’.
A statement released by the Davis faculty board said: ‘Given the recent use of excessive force by police against ‘occupy’ protestors at UC Berkeley and elsewhere, the Chancellor must have anticipated that, by authorizing police action, she was effectively authorizing their use of excessive force against peaceful UCD student protestors.
This seems like a rather strong statement. Why would you need police to be prevalent at a unified peaceful protest on your campus? The students were doing nothing wrong and sitting quietly to show they supported their peers at other campuses that had endured the negativity of the police.
Sadly, the pepper spraying incident just adds fuel to the fire and proves that these students are out here for the right reason. They have the right to make their complaints known to those in charge and not persecuted for voicing them. It is wrong for the police to use such brutality when nothing is being done. other than the refusal to move from where they were protesting.
For more information, visit DailyMail Online
- UC Davis Chancellor: I Can’t Quit, the School Needs Me (newser.com)
- UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Confronted by Students (VIDEO) (blippitt.com)
- Hundreds of UC Davis students protest pepper-spraying by police (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
- UC Davis Chancellor Says She Won’t Resign After Horrific Pepper-Spraying Of Students [Video] (jezebel.com)
- UC Davis police chief on leave amid pepper spray controversy (abclocal.go.com)
- U.C. Davis cops put on leave for pepper spray use (marketwatch.com)
Really? You choose to masturbate behind the podium while teaching a class? Where do you cum? Do you have an obvious orgasm in front of the students? And most importantly, why? What is it that you’re thinking about that would encourage you to do this in a classroom full of students?
Paul LaDuke, 75, is the man who was caught masturbating after a ten-year period of getting away with being a pervert. I’m shocked that he even has a sex drive at his age, yet along to masturbate frequently in a room full of underage children. And what kind of school was this? A Christian school in Schaumburg, Illinois, that is supposed to educate the students about math, history, english, as well as morality through the teachings in the Bible.
A student in his class told another teacher that he “appeared to be masturbating while seated at his podium during class.”
It’s apparent that this student was much more focused on his teachers multi-tasking than his or her own schoolwork. tsk tsk.
- Teacher’s Been Masturbating Behind the Podium This Whole Time [School Daze] (gawker.com)
- Christian School Teacher Accused Of Masturbating Behind Desk (dreamindemon.com)
- Christian Teacher Charged with Pleasuring Himself During Class (towleroad.com)
- Caught Your Kid Masturbating? (webmd.com)
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