Discussion in 'The Bull Ring' started by emilynghiem, Mar 11, 2015.
You aren't black. Lol. Stop lying.
You mean to say that you will continue to behave like a ridiculous arse? Okay.
I see...so the reactions of Black people to White racism are "ridiculousness," while I have not seen you hurling accusations of "riduclousness" towards Whites on this site who as the aggressor post racial slurs against Blacks for no reason.
F*ck you, you dog!
IOW, you are not really black. Lol.
Who's this "anonymous" idiot?
Dear Unkotare drifter ChrisL I don't get it, the same poster posted a VERY thoughtful and innovative thread about addressing the issue of stopping sexual abuse by preventative counseling in the schools.
How is this the same person posting? Can you take a look:
What do you think of this idea can you find anything bad about it US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum
I actually AGREE and SUPPORT that idea (but can't reach Anon who has me on ignore?)
Here's what I posted in support of Anonymous and what I think is a solid idea.
But everyone else posting is in opposition. ChrisL/drifter don't you think that's a good idea?
here's what I posted that Anon can't see, I'm guessing:
I think your idea is right on track.
I foresee conflict resolution training and intervention assistance
to prevent "relationship abuse, harassment and bullying"
at all levels of education for students and parents. Of course,
the same approach would also identify any other abuse issues (sexual abuse, drug abuse, etc.).
When it is organized and developed by the community working together,
it is not misused as anyone trying to target or police others.
Successful sustainable programs are about a community or school district committing
to means of helping each other address conflicts and stopping abuses as they surface.
I encourage you to follow up on this idea!
Find out what civics or school/nonprofit groups in your area
already have programs and relationships between schools and parents/community.
And work with the given relations and programs to develop this idea together.
By forming a team, you should be able to get grants behind it,
or work with local universities to find grad student or interns who
can help you as part of course credits to get a program started.
Here are some models you can look at to form your own:
Rachel s Challenge
Peer support - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
AVP USA Inc. For Youth
Youth Programs The Center for Nonviolent Communication
NOMORE.org Together we can end domestic violence and sexual assault. Home - NOMORE.org Together we can end domestic violence and sexual assault.
Sorry Emily. I am not in the mood to have some huge complicated discussion about sex abuse . . . maybe later on.
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