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Re: “'Survival of the fittest'

I was molested regularly by black boys in the 5th grade when I was bussed to a school downtown in the early 1970s. Black female playground monitor did nothing. I was terrorized by black girls in the bathroom if I happened to go in without a monitor. No one did anything for weeks until my mother threatened the principal and I never went anywhere in that school alone again. Henderson Middle School 6th grade different molester in the hall lined with lockers. My experience at Henderson 1970s was EXACTLY THE SAME as the Latino girl who could not identify her attacker. The 3rd time I saw him as he walked away and reported him. No results. The 4th time I told him to stop, he picked me up by my arms and threw me against the opposite wall, he was 6 feet tall. Only then was he was suspended. I hoped he wouldn't be waiting for me after school as I walked home. The vice-principal knew my mother personally, it made no difference as we are lowly females who exist only for men's amusement and species propogation. A different black person from Henderson made obscene phone calls to my house almost every day for two years, I never knew who it was, male or female. Phone company, police, school, did nothing. LRSD kept the kids together bussed from one side of town to another year after year, so I never escaped them. In junior high I was hit with a rock in the head and had stitches. He was suspended for 3 days. At Hall High bullying was more subtle; they were outnumbered. No one ever did anything about it. 40 years later it is only worse.

This behavior has more to do with predatory behavior against vulnerable girls or a vulnerable population than racism. I am not Latino, but the predators saw a weakness they could exploit (the first rule of "survival of the fittest" quoting a black parent from the focus group). They only engaged in this behavior when they were the majority in school or area of the school.

I have PTSD symptoms just writing about it.

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Posted by Honorless Prophet on 09/20/2012 at 12:36 PM

Re: “'I just want them to stop ...'

I was molested regularly by black boys in the 5th grade when I was bussed to a school downtown in the early 1970s. Black female playground monitor did nothing. I was terrorized by black girls in the bathroom if I happened to go in without a monitor. No one did anything for weeks until my mother threatened the principal and I never went anywhere in that school alone again. Henderson Middle School 6th grade different molester in the hall lined with lockers. My experience at Henderson 1970s was EXACTLY THE SAME as the Latino girl who could not identify her attacker. The 3rd time I saw him as he walked away and reported him. No results. The 4th time I told him to stop, he picked me up by my arms and threw me against the opposite wall, he was 6 feet tall. Only then was he was suspended. I hoped he wouldn't be waiting for me after school as I walked home. The vice-principal knew my mother personally, it made no difference as we are lowly females who exist only for men's amusement and species propogation. A different black person from Henderson made obscene phone calls to my house almost every day for two years, I never knew who it was, male or female. Phone company, police, school, did nothing. LRSD kept the kids together bussed from one side of town to another year after year, so I never escaped them. In junior high I was hit with a rock in the head and had stitches. He was suspended for 3 days. At Hall High bullying was more subtle; they were outnumbered. No one ever did anything about it. 40 years later it is only worse.

This behavior has more to do with predatory behavior against vulnerable girls or a vulnerable population than racism. I am not Latino, but the predators saw a weakness they could exploit (the first rule of "survival of the fittest" quoting a black parent from the focus group). They only engaged in this behavior when they were the majority in school or area of the school.

I have PTSD symptoms just writing about it.

14 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Honorless Prophet on 09/20/2012 at 12:33 PM

 

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