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Posted 30 November 2012 - 23:34
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Posted 30 November 2012 - 23:47
In a society with an insane amount of homophobia this was a pretty tasteless move.
The two guys should have started necking.
Posted 02 December 2012 - 18:14
Oh no...we're so insecure in our masculinity that we can't hold hands...
Posted 02 December 2012 - 18:20
that wouldnt be a problem for me ... but to be forced to do this is just wrong and IS against human rights (in my country it is anyway) you dont have to be insecure about holding a dudes hand to be embarrassed by it...
Posted 02 December 2012 - 18:23
Oh really? Name a single other reason to be embarrassed...
Posted 02 December 2012 - 18:24
Posted 02 December 2012 - 18:35
all the people staring at them .... while they sit in the middle of them the big circle of people ... on school chairs .... not being funny but I hate being stared at ... and I hate people taking my photo .... I find it degrading like im some kind of circus chimp .... people may have been picking on them for them holding hands but does not mean those two are embarressed about holding hands just the absurd amount of attention ....
its not what you do its how others treat you for it.
Posted 02 December 2012 - 18:58
I find it humorous that in your attempt to prove me wrong your post points out why I am right.
Just sitting in two chairs wouldn't have led to a crowd. It was the holding of hands that caused the issue. The fact that it embarrassed them allowed the crowd to exploit that discomfort.
If they hadn't cared about their own personal image the crowd wouldn't have had anything to thrive in.
As I said insecurity...
Posted 02 December 2012 - 19:16
Mesa district: Punishment of holding hands violated policy
Mesa Public Schools officials say a punishment administered by a new principal at Westwood High School this week violates district policy.
“Mesa Public Schools is dedicated to maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment. The district has guidelines for appropriate student discipline, and our site administrators have the authority to impose consequences within our policies and regulations. The district does not condone the choice of in-school discipline given these students, regardless of their acceptance or willingness to participate. District leadership will address this matter with the school principal, and review district protocol regarding student discipline with all administrators.”
Posted 02 December 2012 - 22:51