Students Are Not Allowed to Say No When Asked to Dance as Per School Policy

Published by the Reign Bulletin on 03-06-2020


This policy is preparing your girls for Sharia law and also supports Baal Peor worship meaning that if the roles were reversed, if a transgender were to ask someone to dance, it would be a hate crime to say no. Just more mind control being done to the next generation. 

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Alicia Hobson was thrilled to see her 11-year-old daughter get excited about the school dance.

“She was so excited she could barely sleep,” she said, adding that she even had picked out what she was going to wear a week ahead of time. “It was supposed to be the best day ever,” she says.

But her daughter had an emotional meltdown in their kitchen after the school dance as she tells her mother how it went.

She says that a boy who makes her uncomfortable had asked her to dance, but her polite “No, thank you” was not acceptable for the school principal, Kip Motta.

Rich Middle School in Laketown, Utah instituted a school policy wherein students are not allowed to turn down an invitation to dance with another student.

The girl tells her mother that the principal said “something like, ‘No, no. You kids go out and dance,’” upon hearing her pass on the invitation to dance.

She goes on saying how she “hated every minute” and was “so relieved” when the song they were dancing to came to an end.

The school insists on standing by the policy in a letter to Hobson despite having heard similar grievances from parents of students who have felt uncomfortable with others.

He writes, “We do ask all students to dance. It is the nice thing to do and this will continue to be our policy,” citing that the policy, “allowed all students to feel welcome, comfortable, safe, and included.”

Hobson was frustrated by this response from the school district over the policy she wants revising, adding that she will go directly to the Utah Board of Education.

“Girls HAVE to learn that they have the right to say no and that those around them have to respect that,” she wrote on Facebook. “I’m not going to quietly stand by while my daughter and all of her classmates are being wrapped up in rape culture. No way.”

It appears that her demands are necessary. New York City-based clinical psychologist Dr. Rebecca Schrag Hershberg warns parents about the danger this school policy brings.

“Policies like this one not only overlook but completely fly in the face of, what we need to be teaching young children — of all gender identities — about the importance of consent,” Schrag Hershberg told TODAY Parents. “Essentially, it is saying that a child needs to say ‘yes’ no matter how they feel, as a blanket rule. I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that such a message is very much in alignment with rape culture and, therefore, very dangerous if perpetuated.”

Source: Today