..........If the logic behind keeping this girl out of a locker room with other girls is that she may be attracted to one of them, wouldn't putting her in a room with other lesbians be even more likely to result in two teenagers involved in a sexual situation on school premises? .....
Your concern seems to be what is good for the deviant. It should be what is good for the normal girls.
Get it? Deviant vs. Normal. Just telling it like it is.
posted on 12/18/2002 9:06:08 AM PST
Your concern seems to be what is good for the deviant. It should be what is good for the normal girls
No, my concern is with the fact that public schools should place a higher premium on keeping teenagers from being in sexual situations on school premises than on keeping teenagers from being uncomfortable. A homosexual female in a room full of homosexuals is a lot more likely to be involved in a sexual situation than a homesexual female in a room full of heterosexuals.
And off-topic, I generally find that anyone arrogant enough to use a blowhard term like "just telling it like it is" is doing anything but...
Under what legal system (in the USA) is her behavior defined as deviant?
posted on 12/18/2002 9:49:28 AM PST
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