.If a 6’5, 312-pound Miami Dolphin can be bullied…
If you read the article carefully
it's not so much an issue of a 12yo girl's hair
as it is the MIShandling of the parent's complaint
about the school allowing her daughter to be bullied
simply because she didn't conform to her CLASSMATE'S
Image of what they couldn't accept as being DIFFERENT
from the way all the other kids choose to wear their hair.
IMO it was mishandled when they missed the opportunity
to teach a life-lesson concerning respect, acceptance, and
the differences that make us all equally unique beautiful.
Instead, they went The Lazy Route... chose to blame the
victim of the bullying, and even threaten her (which is
yet ANOTHER Form of BULLYING) to conform to Someone
Else's preconceived ideal...or suffer the consequences.
As I said.. the case has LESS To Do with a little girl's hair
than the bungled attempt to take the lazy way out.