ShortOne wrote: CINDERELLA wrote:
ShortOne wrote:Wait, were the comments made in high school or college?
high school!! if it were college, people wouldn't be so immature and there'd be more girls.
That's why I asked, I was like whaaaat? What college do students care that much about what each other are doing?
High School makes sense, people are stupid there. Seriously though, the comments made about her sleeping with the teacher could have gotten the teacher in a lot of trouble. I know where I am, if there is any speculation the teacher is suspended while they are investigating.
I was always a little confused when I saw that video. I went to a very large University and I started out as an Athletic Training major during my first year. As you can probably imagine, we were *very*
short on girls. I was one of two girls in my first Lab and the only girl in my AT practical session. All of my instructors were male and every athlete in the training centers was male but I never got treated any differently than any of my classmates.
But in high school I can understand that it was different. I can't
see it being as widespread or vicious as she made it seem. Maybe that's just my personal experience making me biased, because I never encountered people bullying me--or anyone else--for being smart or taking certain courses. But I just feel like she exaggerated how people treated her. And how do they know what grades she got unless she let
them know. Even in high school grades are supposed to be kept between teacher and student.