Girl Kisses Boy and School Calls Police? Local Drive-By Media Misses the Full Story
I want to read to you a headline. This is from the smokinggun.com. Snerdley, I want you to listen to this. “Cops Summoned To Florida Elementary School After Girl Kisses Boy In Phys Ed Class.” Whoa. Let me read that to you again. “Cops Summoned To Florida Elementary School After Girl Kisses Boy In Phys Ed Class.” Do you realize how abnormal that sounds given the kind of news that’s reported lately? A girl kissed a boy in a gym, and it’s so abnormal the cops were called.
“A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched last week to a Florida elementary school after a girl kissed a boy during a physical education class. School brass actually reported the impromptu buss as a possible sex crime, according to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. The assistant principal of Orange River Elementary School called in the cops after a teacher spotted the smooch Wednesday at the Fort Myers school. In fact, Margaret Ann Haring, 56, initially called child welfare officials, who directed her to contact the sheriff, according to a report. The kiss apparently occurred after two girls debated over whom the boy liked more.
That’s when one of the girls ‘went over and kissed’ the boy.”
This makes news. Girl kisses boy in junior high and it stops everything, as though this is the most abnormal thing that has happened in a long time. A boy kissing a boy, no big deal. Girl kissing a girl, no big deal. Teacher kissing a student, nah, no big deal. Deal with it in time. But a girl kissed a boy, we will not have that, stop it. (interruption) What? I’m just telling you here. Can you believe this? Something normal happens and we call the cops. Something abnormal, perverted happens, and, ah, it’s ho-hum. Let’s not go there. We don’t really know what’s going on, but a girl kisses a boy, and we stop everything, we call the cops, the cops come out, it’s a possible sex crime. A girl kissing a boy. Who knew such things happened?