A seven year old boy takes the John Wayne image of manhood seriously, and is now in big trouble.
A 7-year-old boy is being investigated by his South Boston elementary school for possible sexual harassment after kicking another boy in the crotch.
A seven year old boy was being choked and robbed of his gloves, when he kicked his attacker in the nuts. Thus he ended the assault and prevented the theft.
The school system now claims that the response was an example of sexual assault and they are conducting an investigation.
The mother of first grader, Tasha Lynch:
“He’s 7 years old. He doesn’t know anything about sexual harassment.”
His mother says the boy reported to her:
“He just all of a sudden came up to him, choked him. He wanted to take his gloves, and my son said, ‘I couldn’t breathe, so I kicked him in the testicles,'”
“He couldn’t breathe. He was trying to defend himself, I don’t find that sexual harassment. I find that defending himself.”
Ms Lynch says she received a phone call informing her that the incident will be treated as sexual harassment because of inappropriate touching.
“Your son kicked a little boy in the testicles. We call that sexual harassment.”
She is expected to attend a disciplinary hearing at the school on Monday.
Boston Public School System is investigating the incident, but refuses to comment.
The Boston Public School System may decide that girls can no longer kick rapists in the nuts or else they will face disciplinary action for improper touching and sexual harassment. So don’t teach your kids to defend themselves or send them to martial arts schools; let them be beat, robbed, and raped by someone who is disadvantaged, it is the Liberal Way, and remember to vote Democrat
A professional horseman for over 50 years, Skook continues to work with horses. Skook has finished an historical novel, Fifty Thousand Years, that traces a mitochondrial line of DNA from 50,000 years ago to the present. The story follows a line of courageous women, from the Ice Ages to the present, as they meet the challenges of survival with grit and creativity. These are not women who whimper of being victims, they meet the challenges of survival as women who use their abilities without excuses or remorse, these women are winners, they are our ancestors.