Parent Pulls His Kids Out Of Class After Learning Their Teacher Is Gay, And Teacher’s Response Is Brilliant

Parent Pulls His Kids Out Of Class After Learning Their Teacher Is Gay, And Teacher’s Response Is Brilliant

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A performing arts teacher in London, England got quite a shock when he received a text message from a parent of a couple of his students, announcing that they would be pulled from his class because of his ‘lifestyle’ choices.Show Full TextBasically, Michael is gay and the parent, as a Christian, didn’t approve and was worried about his ‘influence’ on the children. Now, how this parent plans to continue their kids’ education in theatre without ever encountering a gay person is a mystery as, as Michael quite eloquently puts it, “theatre without gays is like cooking without spices.” So good luck with that.Michael’s response to what was no doubt a hurtful announcement; the suggestion that his profession and passion for teaching is somehow effected by his sexuality, was applause-worthy and…
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South Carolina Teacher Told 3rd Grader to “Commit Suicide” After the 8-Year-Old Complained About an Earache

South Carolina Teacher Told 3rd Grader to “Commit Suicide” After the 8-Year-Old Complained About an Earache

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[ad_1] South Carolina teachers are apparently having a hard time making good decisions lately. An S.C. mother says a teacher told her 8-year-old child to commit suicide after she complained about an earache.Shandi Wallace informed local media of the teacher’s heinous choice of words last Thursday (May 3). When her daughter—a third grade student at the Montessori school in Columbia, S.C.—informed her teacher that her ear was hurting, Wallace said the teacher said to her, “Commit suicide. Then it won’t hurt.”Wallace said at least two other students who had been in the classroom confirmed hearing the comment, which she said was very upsetting to her daughter. “I don’t know why he’d tell me to do that,” Wallace said her daughter told her. “My initial reaction was, ‘This can’t be real.…
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