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Parents Can Educate About Sexual Harassment

October 4, 2013

Sexual harassment in any circumstance is no laughing matter....

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Oct-15-13 8:38 PM

Our children are deluged with sexual immorality everywhere we look today. Are you seriously wondering why there is a problem? Seriously???

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Oct-06-13 1:40 PM

Teaching kids that everyone deserves respect and dignity which includes not using sexual rhetoric to harass and bully is a bad thing, 50s4ever? Are you really that heartless and cruel?

The article never mention TLBG kids yet you bring it up, using some kind of paranoid fantasy about "Mandatory experimentation and participation?" More and more it looks as if you have some personal issues to reconcile in this area.

Sexual harassment is one of the ways that our culture uses to marginalize and cement in place people who do not fit the majority view of the superiority of cissexist heteronormativity. It causes egregious harm to kids and adults alike. I say, marginalize the bullies and harassers instead.

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Oct-05-13 3:48 PM

Sexual harassment is teaching lgbt is acceptable behavior. It's already being applauded and celebrated. What's next? Mandatory experimentation and participation?

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Oct-04-13 10:48 AM

With those statistics I think we better just give the country to a race that isn't such a bunch of wimps. Note how much is on line? Don't go to a bully place and complain about bullies (that you can lock out)! What's wrong with you people?

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