Unfiltered Story #27975

Topeka, Kansas | Unfiltered | January 11, 2016

(This story takes place a couple years ago when I was teaching 3rd grade. We have just got a new student. He is dressed in a pink Ralph Lauren shirt, and khakis.)

Bully #1: “hey look! It’s that new kid!”

Bully #2: “and look, he’s wearing a pink shirt! Pink is a girls color!”

Bully #1 “yeah, he must be gay!”

Awesome kid #1: “that’s crazy. Just because he wears pink doesn’t mean he’s gay!”

Awesome kid #2: “yeah, and even if he is gay, there’s nothing wrong with that.”

Bully #2: “yeah, b-but he’s wearing a pink shirt. Pink is a girl color.”

(The new kid comes over.)

Bully #1: “hey gay kid, how’s it going?”

Bully #2: “yeah, where’s your boyfriend gay kid?”

New student: “would you like me to get you a tissue [bully #2’s name]?”

Bully #2: “what? Why?”

New student: “because I thought you’d like something to wipe up all that s*** coming out of your mouth.”

Bullies #1 and 2: *stunned silence.*

(The new student did get a talking-to from me for using bad language, but the two bullies got an even bigger one from the principal on what it means to be acceptant.)

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