Posts tagged ‘Student’

May 10, 2011

College Conservatives Need a Stick up Their Ass to Relax

by Accidental Bear

My first though is, “Pull that stick out of their Ass!” , but then my second thought wins, “If they had a good stick up their ass every now and again they would probably be a lot more relaxed and not so concerned about the morals of everyone else in the world!”~ AB

College Conservatives Call Safe Sex Ed “Porn”

By Michelle Garcia @ Advocate Daily

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A group of conservative students at Texas A&M University say a video advocating for safer sex is pornographic.

A one-time seminar on safe sex hosted by the university’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center surprised some, including members of the group, the Texas Aggie Conservatives. Student Justin Pulliam told KHOU News that the content was “completely inappropriate” because it was paid for by student activity fees.  READ MORE

March 8, 2011

Safe Schools Act NOW!

by Accidental Bear

 

Having a public school teacher for a partner drives the point home that OUR schools need to be safe for the students and the teachers. No, more bullying, no more school shooting. I shouldn’t have to worry the same way partners of men and women off at war do. Are we at war in a our public schools?

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Sens. Submit Safe Schools Act

Legislation to address bullying and harassment of LGBT students was reintroduced in the U.S. Senate Tuesday with bipartisan support.

By Advocate.com Editors

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The Safe Schools Improvement Act, aimed at addressing bullying and harassment based on sexual orientation or gender identity, was reintroduced in the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

Bob Casey, a Pennsylvania Democrat, and Mark Kirk, an Illinois Republican, are lead sponsors of the bill, marking the first time legislation on the issue has been introduced with bipartisan support, notes the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network. Casey sponsored the legislation in the previous session of Congress, but it failed to get out of committee. Within a few weeks, Rep. Linda Sanchez of California is expected to introduce a companion bill in the House, as she did in the previous session.

The act would require schools and districts receiving federal funds to adopt codes of conduct specifically prohibiting bullying and harassment, including on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. It would also require schools to report data on bullying and harassment to the Department of Education, and the department to report this to Congress.

Casey released a statement saying the act will “help ensure that every child receives a quality education that builds self-confidence. This bill is a crucial step towards ensuring that no child is so afraid to go to school that he or she stays home for fear of bullying.”

Read more here.