Thursday, February 14, 2013

Girl Banned From School For Red Hair

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A Utah high school student was sent home from school because of her hair color.





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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Principal looks like a dick.....jus sayin'

Anonymous said...

Obviously the principal is a dick clinging to his little "bit-o-power" in the world. Same kind of things went on when I was her age 40+years ago.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if there are any policies about facial hair. That "soul patch" on the principal should be shaven. Why aren't they focused on studying the Constitution and economics insetad of "questionable" hair color. Pathetic

Time to home school

Anonymous said...

As a natural redhead, I find the comments of the principal disgusting. The color this girl chose is a natural looking red. I wonder if the principal just dislikes redheads. What will they do next? Ban kids for wearing different colored contact lenses?

Jessica Heitman said...

What a nightmarishly closed-minded horror show of a principle. He looks like he could stick a lump of coal where the sun don't shine, and out would pop a diamond! Under "tightwad" in the dictionary is his picture.

I shudder at this atrocity. My 3rd grader routinely dies her hair different shades of color.. Blues, pinks. Her 6th grade sister currently sports purple. THIRD grader. Even though the same policy exists in the books, our people here in Oregon are just a tad more progressive.

Jessica Heitman said...

What a nightmarishly closed-minded horror show of a principle. He looks like he could stick a lump of coal where the sun don't shine, and out would pop a diamond! Under "tightwad" in the dictionary is his picture.

I shudder at this atrocity. My 3rd grader routinely dies her hair different shades of color.. Blues, pinks. Her 6th grade sister currently sports purple. THIRD grader. Even though the same policy exists in the books, our people here in Oregon are just a tad more progressive.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how much he gets paid for being a "watcher"?

Michael Kinsey said...

The absolute right to murder your own flesh and blood with impunity tends to get extended over any family relationship. A man's enemies will be those of his own household, is a scripture describing the evil generation which is destroyed at the end of the world. This type of conflict does not occur in China and elsewhere, the dependent has no rights. Money is the bottom line, he who can provide is God and exercises god like authority over those who depend on them. The money makes it right. There is no right to murder in any circumstance, and any who casually dismiss the billion children murdered in abortion will be recieving an attitude adjustment directly from the Only Holy One.

HereAmI said...

Adolescents will always try to push the envelope; it's what they do. But schooldays are not the time for exhibitionism and sexual display. If one girl dyes her hair a shade of red, the next one will dye hers a shade of green, to go one better. Schooldays are a time to learn, although that is clearly not the objective in America, where they are a time to teach children to conform to Big Brother's control grid. Control can be either negative or positive however.
Instead of having ad hoc responses to these issues, it should be clearly spelled out on Day One.
"No hair dying. Uniform to be worn as specified. No jewellery. No cosmetics. Shoes of this kind. Anyone not wishing to comply will not be accepted as a student. Principal's decision will be final."
But no. Everyone must have rights. No-one must have responsibilities. It's why we have got into this mess. It's called Moral Relativism, and it is a slippery slope introduced by the rabbis to destroy western society.

Hide Behind said...

I beg to offer a different assesment to results of kids who push the envelope.
I can go back to a time whenblue jeans for males were not allowed and when slacks were not wrinkle free and cost 5x or more than a pair of jeans and seen children senthome because they did not have ability to afford them.
You take your european regimentation and cram it.
If my three sons had not pushed the envelopes I would of been damned worried about them.
Yes schools are for education but the content and quality of that education is the fn issue not the color of ones hair or making them all into uniformly faceless fn drones for a society made up of prudes conformist and damned boring officious bigots.
"ASK QUESTIONS AND THEN QUESTION THE ANSWERS TO LEARN THE REASONS WHY.
To push the envelope of all knowledge you have to question the conventionaly accepted norms of any Dicipline even religious theology.
To breaky individuality is to disemble ones humanity.
What the regimentatipnof education is not in the students best interest but the majoritys vomfort level of sameness and that majority has always been conservative and fearfull of the natural order of change.
We are free in this nation to mold a child to our expectations if, we have enough money.
But to do as we have done by turning our children over to piblic schoing where they who think they are individuals but are not and instead sre conformity to majority.
Todays preppies are finally breaking free from their peers conformity. A conformity they eere once part of and now they see how destructive it is to their individuality.
GIve me a child that not only ask why but goes beyond for a reason and then is not afraid to experiment now that child has a chance to advance society fpr societys sake not the States.

Anonymous said...

Just another meaningless way that the powers that be try to control people, just to show they can. Good for this young woman telling them what they can do with their crackdown.

Anonymous said...

keep fking your cousins, utah

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