He thought it was the smart thing to do. So did his female counterpart. They were both stupid.
But then, kids are stupid. Well, that may not be the best way to say kids who are eleven years old don’t have brains that are too much developed.
That is to say, both reasoning and logic don’t quite measure up to what kids of this age portray in their conversations and vocabulary.
They may seem smart on some occasions, but they aren’t what they seem.
What smart kid would ruin the academic record, that will follow him through his college application process, just to send a sext message of his privates to his female classmate who requested such?
But don’t school people-the educators-have expert knowledge in the field of child development?
Of course they do, so why would these experts criminalize kids exercising faulty reasoning?
Then there’s the two elementary school boys caught penis-touching in the bathroom. They were suspended for a few days and thereafter, every teacher who read their cum cards had the school-given opportunity to think of them as sexual perverts. And several of the educators, it is said, thought of them as exactly that – troubled and troublesome.
Not my kid.
“My kid wouldn’t think of doing something like that” is far too often what many parents will say. The families of the unable-to-think youngsters mentioned above more than likely would have engaged in this same conversation called “ I know my kid.”
But should school records brand the stupidity of a young kid for life?
Are there some choices administrators make depending on who the family is, with a kid who displayed the undeveloped brain in a sexual manner?
There are always those households with attorney-retainer fees included in the budget, and how clean is their kid’s cum card when it comes to the recording of questionable incidents?