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megimoo
02-19-2010, 04:16 PM
"Number of Young Sexually Abused Male Students Rising."

"With Jenkins As O'Bummer's School Czar Coming to a School near You
In America in The Very Near Future !"

A new study conducted by the Department of Education (DepEd) showed an alarming increase in the number of male students being sexually attacked in schools.

Based on the study conducted in some 14 pilot schools, DepEd disclosed that at least 65 students have filed complaints after being sexually abused, 20 of whom are male students.

“We often think that when it comes to sexual exploitations against children, that the victims are females. But the study revealed an alarming increase in [the number of] cases that involved male students,” a teacher from Metro Manila said during an interview.

The teacher, who refused to be named, added that there are more cases that have not been reported because the parties involved choose to resolve the matter through mediation.

Data from the DepEd study also showed that among those who made the sexual advances on the male students were teachers, Boy Scout masters and coaches. They also showed that the incidents often took place during camping, training and retreats.

The study was conducted in partnership with the Center for the Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation (CPTCSA), the Department of Interior and Local Government, Department of Social Welfare and Development, and Philippine National Police.

http://www.manilatimes.net/index.php/top-stories/11885-number-of-sexually-abused-male-students-rising

megimoo
02-19-2010, 04:18 PM
EDITORIAL: Obama's lewd schools czar

The Obama administration isn't adequately vetting important presidential appointees. snip

In that case, the White House strategy was to refuse to answer questions and hope interest faded away. That approach worked for most of the media, which carried water for President Obama's scandal-plagued pick. Stonewalling scandal is not what Americans were expecting from an administration that promised to usher in an "unprecedented level of openness in government." Instead, a pattern of presidential obfuscation is developing.

For more than a 1 1/2 weeks now, The Washington Times has tried unsuccessfully to get the Obama administration to answer questions about the controversies surrounding Kevin Jennings, the president's "safe schools czar." On Wednesday, Mr. Jennings released a five-sentence statement regarding his knowledge about the sexual abuse of a high school sophomore named Brewster when he was a teacher at the teenager's school. After repeated denials and backpedaling, Mr. Jennings finally halfheartedly admitted this week that perhaps covering up sex between an adult and a high school student might not have been totally appropriate. "I can see how I should have handled this situation differently," he said.

This week's meager statement answered no important questions, and the evidence we have reported indicates that Mr. Jennings' behavior violated Massachusetts law. The teacher was obligated to report suspected abuse. That he didn't in at least one case reveals outrageous judgment on Mr. Jennings' part. Since the first case came to light, another purported incident has emerged. True to form, and despite repeated requests, Mr. Jennings and the Obama administration refuse to answer any questions about new complications regarding this presidential appointee's background.

In his 2006 book, "Mama's Boy, Preacher's Son," Mr. Jennings refers to a student named Robertson who had come to talk to Mr. Jennings about a homosexual relationship. This raises the possibility that Mr. Jennings did not blunder in his handling of just one student but did so with at least one other student. There are detailed write-ups in Mr. Jennings' books about all the students he counseled to "use a condom." Is it unreasonable to expect that schoolteachers and counselors like Mr. Jennings actually might discourage high school students from engaging in inappropriate and possibly dangerous relationships?

According to Mr. Jennings' own accounts, a number of differences between the Brewster and Robertson cases suggest they involve different teenagers. Among them, Brewster knew Mr. Jennings was homosexual before he sought counseling and started off their conversation by asking about how Mr. Jennings' ring symbolized his commitment to his partner. Robertson only learned about Mr. Jennings' homosexual orientation from Mr. Jennings' himself.

According to Mr. Jennings, Brewster was distraught the one time he came to talk to Mr. Jennings but left the teacher's office "with a smile on his face that I would see every time I saw him on the campus for the next two years, until he graduated." Robertson met regularly with Mr. Jennings in his office to talk about his sexual adventures but also to indicate that he was depressed about his life. Brewster appears to have had only one homosexual partner, "an older man" he discussed with Mr. Jennings, while Robertson was said to have had multiple relationships, and the ages were never mentioned.

Mr. Jennings provided detailed information about Brewster's age, his year in school and the man who picked up Brewster in a bus-station bathroom and took the teenager to the adult's home. That level of detail was not provided for Robertson.

There are some similarities in the experiences of the two boys. Both Brewster and Robertson were brought to Mr. Jennings' office by one of his advisees, possibly because the advisees knew that Mr. Jennings was homosexual and that both of these boys were engaged in homosexual relationships. Mr. Jennings relates that he asked both boys if they were in homosexual relationships before they opened up and told him about it. Both boys entered into relationships with homosexuals they met in Boston. Both boys told Mr. Jennings at some point that they didn't want to use condoms because "my life isn't worth saving anyway." This claim fits with Mr. Jennings' theory that homosexuals are burdened by society. The teacher used his discussion with Robertson as a backdrop to write that "all young gay people [were] taught that their lives were literally 'worth less' than those of straight people."

The tale gets even more troubling. On Oct. 25, 1997, at a conference for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, Mr. Jennings stated, "One of the people that's always inspired me is Harry Hay." The late Hay was a "gay-rights" activist most notorious for supporting the North American Man Boy Love Association. In 1983, speaking in support of NAMBLA, Hay claimed: "[I]f the parents and friends of gays are truly friends of gays, they would know from their gay kids that the relationship with an older man is precisely what 13-, 14-, and 15-year-old kids need more than anything else in the world."

Admiration for someone associated with such a noxious organization raises questions about the motivation behind the counseling provided by Mr. Jennings.

It's possible that Mr. Jennings' astounding advice to students in his charge wasn't a mistake but was based on what he really believes is acceptable.

Serious questions about Mr. Jennings keep piling up. When the press raises legitimate ethical concerns about a high-profile presidential appointee, the White House shouldn't erect a wall of silence. It only makes us wonder what the Obama administration is trying to keep hidden in the closet.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/oct/04/obamas-lewd-schools-czar/?feat=home_editorials

Gingersnap
02-19-2010, 04:36 PM
Obama and his gang of idiots isn't to blame for this problem. Sexual predators have always gravitated to situations where there are large numbers of young people.

At least the message that it's okay to disclose sexual attacks is getting out to boys at little more. I think that it would really help if the adults in these kid-friendly environments were lectured, not once, but once a month about how deviant and horrific adult/kid sexual interactions are. If we can force people to recycle soda cans through constant repetition and peer pressure, maybe we can at least derail the kind of predation that operates out of ignorance (we're in love...blah, blah).

Reinforcing the message to kids that it's never "okay" for an adult to demand touching, kissing, or viewing wouldn't hurt, either.

FlaGator
02-19-2010, 04:40 PM
That first story is from the Philippines so I'm not sure what Obama's Education Czar has to do with it.

djones520
02-19-2010, 04:42 PM
That first story is from the Philippines so I'm not sure what Obama's Education Czar has to do with it.

He's just inferring that because a democrat is in charge, children will be molested more often. That's all.

megimoo
02-19-2010, 05:15 PM
He's just inferring that because a democrat is in charge, children will be molested more often. That's all.Thank you young man,that was my thesis exactly !