Fourth Grader Threatened With Sexual Harassment Charges For Writing Love LetterPsychologist: 'Kids need to be educated about boundaries'
by Steve Watson
Nov. 12, 2015
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In a story that perfectly encapsulates the insane degree to which our society has been neutered by political correctness, a nine year old child has been threatened with sexual harassment charges for writing a love letter to his classmate.
The love letter, one of many according to WPTV news, stated that the Florida boy is enamored with how his classmate "wears the same [school] uniform" and how her eyes "sparkle like diamonds." It also notes how the boy finds his crush "pretty", and features a heart with the words "I like you" within it.
The Hillsborough County student wrote the note in class, alerting other children to its existence, and prompting them to tease that the boy wants to "see the girl naked".
"That's when the principal proceeded to tell me that it wasn't appropriate that he was writing the note and that if he writes another note, they are going to file sexual harassment charges on my 9-year-old," the boy's mother told reporters.
Administrators said that the notes are "unwanted," and therefore could constitute "harassment".
"My 9-year-old doesn't even know what sexual harassment means," the mother further noted, adding "He's 9. What little kid doesn't write love notes?"
A licensed psychologist even weighed in, telling reporters that parents should educate their children about "boundaries," and what is and is not appropriate at school.
"What needs to happen is education needs to be provided about how to relate to this young girl or how to stay away from talking to her, if that's the goal," Valerie McClain said.
Perhaps some sort of re-education camp is needed to drill into this child how expressing his natural feelings and desires in a loving way is NOT acceptable.
The child should, of course, be trained to repress his emotions and keep his thoughts to himself, because someone might get offended by them.
Maybe he should be encouraged to flog himself if he catches himself thinking such impure thoughts.