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School board superintendent replaced by a moderate democrat after rape incidents involving 2 girls

Amol S.

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According to suspicious fox news claims, a transgender boy has been accused of entering a girl’s bathroom while wearing a skirt and raping a girl via anal and forced oral. The father of the girl told the police directly about the incident. A few weeks later at a school board meeting, the superintendent made a claim that the named boy does not even exist in the victim’s school and that the school never had, and never recorded such a rape incident. Some other parents who also attended the school board meeting also shared the opinion that the boy in question was innocent. It was at that moment the girl’s father got into an enraged fit and started throwing a tantrum that led to his arrest.

Between the time of this school board meeting and the next, the police made a public claim that there had been another rape in the county school system between a boy and a girl in a classroom. Apparently, the alleged victim in the second rape incident, when giving the name of the rapists to the authorities, gave a first and last name that was same to that of the accused in the first incident. The second rape occurred in a totally different school in the county.

The first incident school claimed that they had already transferred the accused boy to another school in the county, "for his own and others protection" after the incident the father of the alleged victim caused at the school board meeting. The school also claimed that they will not publicly disclose that name of the school the transgender boy was transferred to. The first victim’s father's lawyer however, without knowing which school the boy was transferred to, made the claim that it was and had to be the same boy. The police eventually arrested the boy after two months of investigation, after the alleged first incident (the same month of the second incident).

In the second school board meeting where a vote was to be held, whether to remove the superintendent from his duties, the first victim’s father received a letter in the mail that claimed he was not invited and prohibited from attending the event or voting in the vote. The vote eventually turned out to be against the superintendent at the meeting.

The county court system claims they will put the boy on trial for both cases on the same day, to make the process easy. The alleged first victim's father and lawyer claim they will try to prove the boy guilty. If found guilty, other than just the sentence the boy will have to face, the boy will also have to register to the state's sex offender list. The article makes the claim that the accused boy's parents did not want to comment or talk with Fox.

The article also makes a bold claim at multiple points in it, where it says the incidents occurred after the schools renovated their men’s and women’s bathroom to be trans friendly.

Other than what is the article, the comment section is not surprising, if one were to consider the type of audience Fox News caters to. There are five types of people in the comment section, the majority of which say the replacement was needed. Others say that they should get the name of the rapist, school board members, and ex-superintendent, and claim they will end up having a terrible accident. Another group states that if it were their girl, they claim that the rapist would not wakeup, even if it was a family member. Another group says to burn down the school board, school, and the house of the rapist. The last and the smallest group are Democrats trying to protect the truth.

My take on this story… this incident and timeline is all over the place. Not even sure who to believe, the father or the boy. How do events and timelines like this even occur? First off, the boy was transgender, not to say a transgender cannot be a rapist, but it is very unlikely that they committed rape. Furthermore, I do not even know what the court is going to work of from to find the boy guilty. How could the boy be arrested when a county school board superintendent makes a claim that there is no such person in the victim’s school. If there was, why would the superintendent lie? But the biggest thing of all that poses a question is, how does trans friendly bathroom renovations lead to rape, as Fox keeps claiming.

 
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shortylickens

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Based on what I'm reading it seems the parents in that district honestly believe tranny's are the problem because obviously no straight male has ever raped a teenaged girl.
They were pissed the school board didnt wanna have a transgender debate at that time and instead chose to focus on the actual rape.
Then a fight broke out.
 
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Been a while since I've talked to my brother, who lives in Loudon Co. He hasn't seemed the same since they changed the name of the Washington football team. A few weeks ago, they we're in the news with the CRT madness at the county board meeting. My niece is in her senior year in HS in The Broadlands. And now this crazy stuff. I think I'll just ask him about the weather.
 
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I'm so confused. First of all I understand the father is angry and he has every right to be. It also is unclear how the child could be arrested and charged with sexual assault but allowed to go to another school and sexually assault another girl. You would think that during the charging and arraignment there would be provisions to prevent that and you'd think the new school would be aware of his history and take precautions.

But I don't see at all what at transgender bathroom policy or renovation has to do with the assault. Men who want to assault women can just walk into a bathroom and assault them (and they do). Women who see a transgender person assaulting another woman in a bathroom will react the same was as if it was a man in there assaulting another man. And sexual assault is already a crime. So why is there a need for any sort of specific bathroom policy for transgender people over concerns for sexual assault? Unless there is evidence that transgender people are assaulting women in bathrooms at a higher rate than men just walking into women's bathrooms I don't get the argument and never have.

Finally, the transgender kid assaulted the second girl in an empty classroom. So maybe we should have transgender policy vs transgender kids having their own classrooms based on that (ridiculous).

I actually kind of find the fact we have men's and women's bathrooms in public kind of strange. I mean, in my home I don't have separate bathrooms for men and women. When I go to my friends house for a big party with 40 people, we don't have different bathrooms. I've seen restaurants that don't have different bathrooms and have shared stalls and spaces and people seem to function just fine. My understanding of the only legitimate reason to have separate bathrooms is men can use urinals which take up less space so you can potentially service a lot of people particularly efficiently. Preventing sexual assault is certainly not the reason we have separate bathrooms I would think.
 

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I'm so confused. First of all I understand the father is angry and he has every right to be. It also is unclear how the child could be arrested and charged with sexual assault but allowed to go to another school and sexually assault another girl. You would think that during the charging and arraignment there would be provisions to prevent that and you'd think the new school would be aware of his history and take precautions.

But I don't see at all what at transgender policy has to do with the assault. Men who want to assault women can just walk into a bathroom and assault them (and they do). Women who see a transgender person assaulting another woman in a bathroom will react the same was as if it was a man in there assaulting another man. And sexual assault is already a crime. So why is there a need for any sort of specific bathroom policy for transgender people over concerns for sexual assault? Unless there is evidence that transgender people are assaulting women in bathrooms at a higher rate than men just walking into women's bathrooms I don't get the argument and never have.

Finally, the transgender kid assaulted the second girl in an empty classroom. So maybe we should have transgender policy vs transgender kids having their own classrooms based on that (ridiculous).

I actually kind of find the fact we have men's and women's bathrooms in public kind of strange. I mean, in my home I don't have separate bathrooms for men and women. When I go to my friends house for a big party with 40 people, we don't have different bathrooms. I've seen restaurants that don't have different bathrooms and have shared stalls and spaces and people seem to function just fine. My understanding of the only legitimate reason to have separate bathrooms is men can use urinals which take up less space so you can potentially service a lot of people particularly efficiently. Preventing sexual assault is certainly not the reason we have separate bathrooms I would think.
Source material is the daily caller.
Insert (blacks\Trans\Women or whoever the boogeymen of the day is) Make it vague, add a conspiracy and then sprinkle some fact-esque stuff around and then allow all the right wing sites to pick it up.

It's going to be the "tell" that clues you in on which friends or family listen to idiot youtubers or conservative talk radio or whatever foxnewsish bullshit is out there.
"Do your research. There are cases of transmen raping women in bathrooms!!! Look it up!!! Get your facts".
 
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shortylickens

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I know that area pretty well. Its mostly full of angry white conservatives.
When they have an excuse to be angry with a minority they take every advantage.
 

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"Teenager Charged in Sexual Battery of High School Student
Press release website

Loudoun County, VA (October 7, 2021) – A teenager from Ashburn has been charged with sexual battery and abduction of a fellow student at Broad Run High School.
The investigation determined on the afternoon of October 6, the 15-year-old suspect forced the victim into an empty classroom where he held her against her will and inappropriately touched her.
The victim immediately reported the incident to a Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer.
The suspect remains held at the Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Center. The name of the suspect cannot be released due to the fact he is a juvenile.
Further information regarding the female victim is not being released to help protect her identity. "


So the alleged gender fluid youth is arrested and charged for sexual battery. Whether this includes sodomy and other actions isn't listed. Whether he we be found guilty isn't yet known.
 

ch33zw1z

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Separate things going on. Student policies directed by the state and potential crimes. These things are not intertwined.

The meeting in June, as school board meetings go, was not the place to hijack. The guy who was arrested must not be familiar with how school districts generally work.
 
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Summary - Conservative networks are pushing an article by The Daily Wire, Ben Shaprio's shitstain of a website and Amol.S took the bait.
Thanks for adding some context. Unfortunately since it seems like this isn't an instance of the OP not realizing the shitty source because he saw it on a news aggregator which, because apparently its difficult to actually look at the source or cross check an article, the OP just decided to use conservative media directly. Which as we see is a problem. Regardless of Fox News' website being more trustworthy than their cable channel or the cesspit of outright garbage right wing media outlets.
 

MrSquished

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My sister lives in a lily white suburb of NJ about 30 miles West of NYC. The Trump cult is making CRT a fight in the school system. They never taught CRT.
 
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JTsyo

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My sister lives in a lily white suburb of NJ about 30 miles West of NYC. The Trump cult is making CRT a fight in the school system. They never taught CRT.
Nobody does, it's not HS level material. Right-wing media just found a hot button to set off the base.
 

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Nobody does, it's not HS level material. Right-wing media just found a hot button to set off the base.
Reminder,
Origin story is that Trump, an idiot addicted to Tucker Carlson nutjob talking heads and Tucker parroting people like Chris Rufo's during 2020 resulted in Trump attacking Diversity Training. From there, FoxNews and all the fucking idiot youtuber mafia churned out content to convince the idiots that Trump was doing the right thing.


As a result, School boards are being mobbed by facebook group organized Tea Party style asshat jackasses who show up at meetings and shout catch phrases from disrupt fucking School Board meetings with nonsense.
 

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My sister lives in a lily white suburb of NJ about 30 miles West of NYC. The Trump cult is making CRT a fight in the school system. They never taught CRT.
I saw that crap on my mother's facebook. It mainly exists in their own heads. I hadn't heard of CRT until a righty on this forum brought it up. It's just the next boogeyman for their rage like AOC, immigrants, socialism, trans in bathrooms, vaccines, etc. The shitty part is all that anger is directed at us when we have much larger issues we want to deal with like climate change, medicare for all, better pay, etc.
 
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My sister lives in a lily white suburb of NJ about 30 miles West of NYC. The Trump cult is making CRT a fight in the school system. They never taught CRT.
But they probably used to teach about MLK and civil rights movement, and slavery, and at least some aspects of black history in America - and those are now being whitewashed out in the name of chasing out a non-existent CRT boogeyman
 

shortylickens

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Separate things going on. Student policies directed by the state and potential crimes. These things are not intertwined.

The meeting in June, as school board meetings go, was not the place to hijack. The guy who was arrested must not be familiar with how school districts generally work.
I have noticed in America most middle class white people dont actually know how any systems work. They think they do. Or they think their anger entitles them to special treatment.
 

ch33zw1z

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I have noticed in America most middle class white people dont actually know how any systems work. They think they do. Or they think their anger entitles them to special treatment.
Right, and they don't care to learn either. The squeaky wheel gets the grease, so to speak.

If there's a problem with a student sexually assaulting other students, there's avenue's for that. It should not be overlooked or swept under the rug.

This article from dailycaller is really just strawman'ing the entire situation.

*note - I didn't really know how school districts worked when my kids entered school.....but I sure do now. Emailing the "right" people works wonders :D
 

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There's not so much to really say when there is no clarity about whether or not the incident was made up.

I was able to find quite a lot about elevated risk of sexual victimization among transgender individuals, but nothing about risk of violent perpetration. In the absence of information, I am going to work on the assumption that being trans isn't associated with an increased likelihood of committing sexual violence.

Under that assumption, this isn't a political or policy conflict; it is a criminal matter.

If we look at sexual assault as a preventable outcome and consider transgender policy with an eye toward reducing sexual violence, then it makes most logical sense to me that a more progressive policy is likely to reduce sexual violence, knowing that there is quite a lot of data demonstrating that trans individuals have much higher rates of victimization.
 

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