Why is it ok for schools to assault our boys?
First, I want to be clear, assaulting any children is wrong.
But, why has our government failed our boys? Why have they taught boys for 50 years that it is not OK to be a man? Much less to be a little man?
Boys will BE BOYS. And government should get over their fear of men, and their irrational fear of little men.
What do you think?
As school begins in the coming weeks, parents of boys should ask themselves a question: Is my son really welcome? A flurry of incidents last spring suggests that the answer is no. In May, Christopher Marshall, age 7, was suspended from his Virginia school for picking up a pencil and using it to “shoot” a “bad guy” — his friend, who was also suspended. A few months earlier, Josh Welch, also 7, was sent home from his Maryland school for nibbling off the corners of a strawberry Pop-Tart to shape it into a gun. At about the same time, Colorado’s Alex Evans, age 7, was suspended for throwing an imaginary hand grenade at “bad guys” in order to “save the world.”
In all these cases, school officials found the children to be in violation of the school’s zero-tolerance policies for firearms, which is clearly a ludicrous application of the rule. But common…
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