12 November 2012

America the Crazy: Everything is Sexual Harassment


Cops Summoned To Florida Elementary School After Girl Kisses Boy In Phys Ed Class



from "Cops Summoned To Florida Elementary School After Girl Kisses Boy In Phys Ed Class" the smoking gun

A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched last week to a Florida elementary school after a girl kissed a boy during a physical education class. School brass actually reported the impromptu buss as a possible sex crime, according to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. The assistant principal of Orange River Elementary School called in the cops after a teacher spotted the smooch Wednesday at the Fort Myers school. In fact, Margaret Ann Haring, 56, initially called child welfare officials, who directed her to contact the sheriff, according to a report. The kiss apparently occurred after two girls debated over whom the boy liked more. That’s when one of the girls “went over and kissed” the boy. The redacted sheriff’s report notes that Haring “stated there were no new allegations of sexual abuse as far as she knew.” Deputies do not appear to be further probing the preteen kiss (source).


Six year old charged with sexual battery for game of tag

from "Hercules Family Battles Sex Assault Claim Against 6-Year-Old" CBS San Francisco

An East Bay dad claims a game of tag on the playground resulted in his 6-year-old son being accused of sexual assault – a decision he said was an overreaction by school officials. The parent, who asked only to be identified as Oswin, said his son was accused of brushing his best friend’s leg or groin while the two were playing on the playground at Lupine Hills Elementary in Hercules two months ago.

Oswin said his child was kept in the principal’s office for two hours until he confessed. He was suspended, and a sexual battery charge was placed on his permanent school record. “To me, I think it’s an overreaction,” said Marilyn Cheeks, a Lupine Hills Elementary parent Legally, there’s no such thing as sexual assault for a six year-old in California (read more).