Do Sixth Graders Have a “Safe Space” at School?
Today college students are demanding (and receiving) a declared “safe space” where they can go to be “safe” from what they deem to be offensive talk. To be clear, this is not about vulgarity or profanity. No. These college students consider “offensive talk” to be anything other than their own opinions. Bear in mind that these are adults. Well, they have reached adulthood in age but obviously not in emotional maturity.
Now let us contrast that with what happened to a 6th grade student when he came upon a teacher viewing pornography at school and reported it to the principal. The elementary student was severely reprimanded and threatened by the reprobate and morally corrupt teacher.
Where is the safe space for this child? The school did not even call his mother!
Is everything in this world upside down now? Adult college students do not have to even hear a differing opinion, but a teacher in an elementary school can view pornography and berate the 6th grade boy was unfortunate enough to catch him in the act.
Read about it here: A 6th Grader Busts His Teacher with Porn. Then in Front of the Class, He Makes a Heinous Threat…