[From "Lawyers for Nashville Public Schools Say It’s Not Sexual Harassment to Slut Shame Students"]
The moment women start getting the tingles down there, that’s the moment they turn into sluts.
Lawyers for metro-Nashville’s public schools say it’s not sexual harassment when students share secretly recorded videos of unwanted sexual encounters and then bully the victims.
The arguments were filed in an ongoing, multi-million dollar lawsuit against the school system.
Parents of four girls said in the lawsuit that their daughters were pressured into sexual contact and then taunted when students shared the videos, according to The Tennessean.
Last month, it was reported that the four girls said the surreptitiously recorded sex tapes were shared online, including on adult sites like Pornhub, in a practice common among teens that is known as ‘exposing’.
Oh, come on. Protect the students how? By shutting down the internet and erasing the memories of everyone who watched the videos?
One of the lawsuits was filed by the family of a 15-year-old girl against Metro Nashville Public Schools and Metro government for $3million in August 2017.
That has to be the most expensive porn star ever. Imagine making that money off of just one video.
The complaint said the girl was part of unwelcome sexual activity at Hunters Lane High School recorded without her knowledge and posted on the internet.
Notice the wording.
“Unwelcome sexual activity.”
What does that even mean?
Was she raped? Of course not. No one would bully these girls if the videos showed them crying in pain and screaming in desperation while kicking and trying to close their legs.
The girls only say that they were pressured into it and that it was “unwelcome” and “unwanted” in an attempt to appease the slut-shaming mob.
“NO WAIT I DIDN’T REALLY WANT IT! See? I’m not that slutty.”
The complaint said that the male student who made the sex tape uploaded it to Pornhub, and even though the girl immediately transferred to another school, the ill fame associated with the video followed her there.
She described being bullied on a daily bass and being called names like ‘ho,’ ‘nasty’ and ‘worthless’.
Imagine what she was doing in the video to be called “nasty” and “worthless.”
In just four years, the district documented 45 sexual assaults, 218 inappropriate sexual contacts, 950 instances of sexual harassment and 1,200 instances of inappropriate sexual behavior.