Saturday, 24 September 2016

"...your skirts make me have impure thoughts..." The story of a young boy...

So according to Yahoo! last week, a male student at Timpview High School in Provo, Utah, complained to a school counselor that the uniforms worn by cheerleaders on game day were causing him to have “impure” thoughts in class.
It didn't end there Oo, just read on...

After the teen said that he was distracted by the cheerleaders’ skirts and his mother emailed an administrator, the school’s cheerleading coach was alerted about the concerns, and 44 girls on the Timpview Thunderbirds’ cheer squads were told not to wear their uniforms to school last Friday before the football game against the Alta Hawks.

The school administrators tried to clear up the kerfuffle, they insisted it was simply a misunderstanding gone awry. But cheerleaders say they didn’t get that impression.
Speaking anonymously because they are afraid of being ostracized for discussing what happened, several members of Timpview’s cheer squad said that school administrators held a meeting after the boy’s complaint and couldn’t come to a decision about what action – if any – should be taken.

The girls didn't find it really funny just like i did, this was what one of them said:

“it’s giving this boy power that when he grows up and does something to a girl, he can blame it on her skirt being too short. It really made me angry. Why should this boy have control over what we wear?” 

Some parents were also not happy about what happened, this was what they said...

“It puts unfair pressure on the cheerleaders,” one mother said 
“I was shocked when my daughter came home and told me, ‘We can’t wear our uniforms on game day. They’re giving boys’ dirty thoughts.’ I want the school to have a meeting with all of the cheerleaders and all of the parents, and I want our girls to walk out of that meeting with their heads held high. This boy’s problem has nothing to do with them.”

Cheer advisor Krissy Fry said that “there really is no story – it was blown out of proportion.”

Timpview High is located in predominantly-Mormon Utah County near Brigham Young University, where controversy ignited earlier this year over female students who reported being raped and were subsequently punished by the school’s honor code.

In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, young men and women are taught that their bodies are sacred and that they should dress modestly to show reverence. But this often leads to “body shaming,” says Kate Kelly, the founder of Ordain Women who was excommunicated from the LDS Church in 2014 for advocating female entry into the all-male Mormon priesthood.

'Aronget', I really 'ronget'. Well the story is finished. Ngwanu Bye! *winks*

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