Teens Punished For Hugging
November 4, 2011 by staff
Teens Punished For Hugging, Hug-Hating Teen suspended fine school for Innocent Embrace The War on Hugs continues apace in the U.S. prison-schools, administrators of the application of panic without embracing policies to ensure that their young charges do not injure each other, or worse. The latest victims of 14 years, Florida’s middle Nicolas Martinez and his friend, who just received one day in-school suspension to hug in school. Have you no shame?
“The departure of my class, see my friend and I embrace it,” said Martinez, who as a student of honor should know better. “Then the director yells behind me,” come here “and that both go to the dean’s office and writes for suspension from school.” During the period of suspension of the child began to have abdominal pain, a school nurse later confirmed she was pregnant with Martinez, who had been conceived during the brief hug hall. Later it was found that students who had witnessed the embrace had also become pregnant.
Martinez’s mother, who probably voted for Obama, does not think the hug was inappropriate, and believes the school should change its rules so that students are not punished for showing you care about others in an innocent way. School administrators are not interested in it. “Our focus is on learning, therefore we can not discriminate or have an opinion on what a hug is appropriate, what a hug is not appropriate,” said a spokesman for the school of Fox News. “Whatever you may think it is appropriate, another person may see as inappropriate.”
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