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Old September 13th, 2015, 12:32 PM   #31
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As I asked PN, what do you suggest. And I strenuously disagree with those who figure she should have just slugged him. You think he should get a walk?
This should have been handled internally. I have daughters around this age. I find this ridiculous. If the administration does not have the skills to deal w/ an infraction like this they should be replaced. And I'm not going for any of this "we are setting examples before this kind of thing gets out of hand " bull shit. This kid now gets to have an arrest follow him for the next 4 years. This is a school that most likely has police on grounds and metal detectors. This is just pounding down nails until they are smooth.
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Assault is assault regardless of age.
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Old September 13th, 2015, 12:48 PM   #33
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Oh my God! What is this world coming to?

A 13-year-old boy was charged with second degree assault this week near Baltimore for walking up to a 14-year-old girl and kissing her on a dare, according to Fox 10 TV in Marlyand.

The incident, which happened at the teens' middle school, has some people saying that the criminal charge was too severe a punishment for the unwanted kiss.

“I would let the parents get together and discuss it, you know, rather than getting the police involved. Let the school handle it first and then if the parents want to press charges, then there’s nothing else that can be done," one local told the station.

The Baltimore Sun described the situation from a police report, which definitely makes it sound worse.

A 14-year-old girl, an eighth-grader at Pikesville Middle School, told police Wednesday that a 13-year-old boy grabbed her by her shirt, pulled her toward him and "open-mouth kissed her with his tongue," according to police.
The boy was charged as a juvenile. It's unclear what type of sentence he could be facing.
Yes and no. This girl has a right to not be assaulted by the kid grabbing her and forcing her to kiss him,with his tongue in her mouth. That's violating her. If the boys feel as though the girls are just the brunt of a dare, what's next?

I don't know about assault and the other charges, but this kid definitely needs help and should be punished. I think his friends who made the dare need to be counseled on their obviously degrading attitude toward girls, imho. If this were my daughter, I'd return the assault.
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This was a bit more than an ego. This was a violation of this girls' rights. Oh, that's right; anti-choice people don't think women HAVE any right to make choices over their bodies; no rights to their bodies.
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Fragile egos ? The juvenile court system should have a record of this. Most young offenders escalate their actions in the future. This girl was assaulted. The school had an absolute obligation to contact authorities. If this same kid was caught with drugs you probably would have no problem with police involvement.
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This was a bit more than an ego. This was a violation of this girls' rights. Oh, that's right; anti-choice people don't think women HAVE any right to make choices over their bodies; no rights to their bodies.
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This should have been handled internally. I have daughters around this age. I find this ridiculous. If the administration does not have the skills to deal w/ an infraction like this they should be replaced. And I'm not going for any of this "we are setting examples before this kind of thing gets out of hand " bull shit. This kid now gets to have an arrest follow him for the next 4 years. This is a school that most likely has police on grounds and metal detectors. This is just pounding down nails until they are smooth.
I think there are issues which can be handled internally. Teasing and boys rough housing with each other. But assaulting a girl and having a group of boys believing that's okay is not one of them. The boys got this from some place other than the school. the parents need to deal with this, imho, and make sure they follow up with counseling.
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Fragile egos ? The juvenile court system should have a record of this. Most young offenders escalate their actions in the future. This girl was assaulted. The school had an absolute obligation to contact authorities. If this same kid was caught with drugs you probably would have no problem with police involvement.
No! If this is an isolated incident, and there is no reason we should be viewing any other way, the courts should no be involved in this kids life. Do you mind sharing your data on children involved in pranks that have crossed a grey line escalating? Goddamn nanny state. And no I don't condone the objectifying of women but Jesus Christ!! They are kids playing kids games. You make truancy a law so they must attend school. Place metal detectors and armed people in costumes to represent authorities and as soon as they should a bit of free will lock em up w/o making an attempt to see what the problem is. Fuck the lot of you who think this is any reason to get the police involved.
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No! If this is an isolated incident, and there is no reason we should be viewing any other way, the courts should no be involved in this kids life. Do you mind sharing your data on children involved in pranks that have crossed a grey line escalating? Goddamn nanny state. And no I don't condone the objectifying of women but Jesus Christ!! They are kids playing kids games. You make truancy a law so they must attend school. Place metal detectors and armed people in costumes to represent authorities and as soon as they should a bit of free will lock em up w/o making an attempt to see what the problem is. Fuck the lot of you who think this is any reason to get the police involved.
Back when we had a productive education system, this would not be debated because no one would have heard of it, and no one would have heard of it because principals were focused on education, and it would have been handled by the school, not the police and media.
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