6 Year Old Suspended From School For “Sexual Harassment” In Colorado

Boy Quotes Song Lyrics – “I’m Sexy and I Know It”; School Tells Mother It’s Sexual Harassment

 

By Tyler Lopez, 7NEWS Reporter

“I only just said the song,” D’Avonte Meadows told 7NEWS. “I’m sexy and I know it.”

Forms from the school indicate the first-grader was suspended for sexual harassment, which the school district‘s discipline code says has “negative affects of the learning or work of others.”

D’Avonte said he and the girl were standing in the lunch line when he used the song lyric.

“I could understand if he was fondling her, looking up her skirt, trying to look in her shirt. That, to me, is sexual harassment,” said Stephanie Meadows, D’Avonte’s mother. “I’m just, I’m floored. They’re going to look at him like he’s a pervert. And it’s like, that’s not fair to him.”

“I think it’s kind of overwhelming. You know, sexual harassment on a 6-year-old?” Meadows said. “I don’t understand. You know, kids are kids.”

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I have been saying children are being set up to fail.  Everything on tv anymore is about sex.  Most songs and videos talk about sex.  Too much for children of any age.  Children don’t understand that celebrities can do that on tv and on the radio but they cannot in real life.  Sex education is everywhere now and children and even adults are saturated with it.  Truly what goes in a mind comes out in a life.  We are raising children in a sexual environment that will cause them to respond and then they will be punished and labeled a sex offender.  America, is this what you truly want?  This whole paragraph would be nonsense if it weren’t really happening. We see so much in the news of younger and younger children being suspended, arrested and handcuffed.  We see that they are already talking about labeling sex offenders at a very young age. 

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11 thoughts on “6 Year Old Suspended From School For “Sexual Harassment” In Colorado

  1. I saw this on CNN earlier. Insane! Kids these days are being hurt more than they are helped. This is absolutely STUPID!

    • I completely agree with you. I believe the system is traumatizing them more than the behavior. The child was just being a kid repeating lyrics to a song. If this is the case then why don’t they go after the media? As it is Madonna will not allow her own children to watch tv or listen to music that is out there. She said that she does not want to expose them to that. Well? What is a society to do then?

      • I don’t know. You said it well by the system traumatizing the kids more than the action – especially when this was a completely harmless action. The child had no idea what he was singing about. And we all sang stuff like that when we were kids and didn’t grow up to be rapists or murderers.

        The thing is, it’s the actions of the few bad that affect the overall good. We’re now a reactive society rather than a proactive society.

      • Yes, exactly. I am working on an article right now that breaks your heart. This is how organizations like CCA are going to have full prisons. Between those that are incarcerated and those that are under probation, we now have over 7 million people in Department of Corrections.

      • Ohhh… my head just hit my desk. The public just doesn’t “get” it. They think it’s only big bad criminals and druggies that go to prison. With a promise of minimum occupancy with a yearly increase of beds, the ignorant and naive will soon find themselves there over stupid shit.

      • There are many already finding that out. A young wife was at the last Law and Justice Committee. Her young husband rather stupidly stole a case of beer. Wrong…yes, they both admit. He has been in prison over 6 years on a $16 case of beer. What have we the taxpayers paid for that one young man to be incarcerated this long over $16?

      • Every penny spent was too much. Just emailed you. Your email on file with WP.

      • Yes,it cost thousands and thousands for him to be incarcerated for $16. Okay, thank you.

      • Stupid. No common sense. Fools. I think the public should sue the county or city (whoever) for their tax monies spent on a petty of petty crimes.

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