According to young turks, a Christian School criticizes one of their students for being a tomboy, and saying she may not be feminine enough for their school; unless the parents and the child agree to have her act more lady like. Anyways, what are your thoughts about this? By the way if anyone here wants to see the video for more information, then click on the link below.
I'm not at all surprised that a private Christian school is less interested in educating their students and more interested in promoting bigotry.
Isn't that how you build a better Christian?
With all due respect, the school has a right to request that their students adhere to a certain code of dress. However, she doesn't appear to be deviating from that. You want your girls to wear skirts and have long hair? Put it in the dress code. Otherwise, be happy that she is a good person who's obviously putting Christian principles into practice FAR better than you've been teaching her to.
Move on, Sister! Go where you are loved and appreciated for who you are.
by Baileybear5 years ago
"… if I hadn't gone to a private Christian school, I'd never have built up enough animosity to want to have started a band. And now that I have one, the fact that they are giving me such resistance and publicity,...
by Devika Primić2 years ago
Would you disown your child for religion purposes?Many families in different cultures choose to disown their children if they marry someone from another religion. I don't think religion should be a priority in any...
by TSAD5 years ago
Do Republican women look more feminine than Democrat women?If a new academic study is to be believed, Republican women politicians look more feminine than their Democratic counterparts.The study, by two UCLA...
by icountthetimes6 years ago
I've noticed that some people nowadays do not view gender in a binary sense. By that I don't mean that they are transgendered, but instead they do not see things strictly in terms of male and female. Of course the vast...
by Shweta11 months ago
How to become a positive person? 21 year old girl. studying but not succeeding.i have just failed in an exam for 6 times and yet I am giving it again. but this time I want to become positive so that the power of...
by pb31316 years ago
What should be the "house rules" when a 15 y.o. boy has his 14 year old girl friend over to hang outThey aren't GF-BF but there is definitely some sexual tension here. Should the doors stay open? Should I...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.