Today in Sodomy news

Eighth Graders In Oral Plea
A pair of Georgia eighth graders this week copped to public indecency charges after they engaged in oral sex while a substitute teacher was helping other students at the front of the classroom. [...] As part of the plea, sodomy charges against both students were dropped, and a probation violation count leveled against the boy was dismissed. After being held at a youth detention facility, the girl was released to her parents's custody. The boy, however, remains locked up, according to a law enforcement official.
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9 Responses:

  1. phoenixredux says:

    Is this what passes for sex education in our schools these days?

  2. ultranurd says:

    Huh. I thought the Lawrence v. Texas decision made sodomy laws unconstitutional?

    I'm also curious as to the original motivation for having a specific "disrupting public school" law on the books.

    • dr_memory says:

      It did. Local district attorneys have chosen to deal with this via the time-honored 'LA LA LA I CAN'T HEAR YOU' method.

  3. uloixia says:

    What I want to know is how did they get that far without the kids around them making enough noise to alert the sub? I mean, classrooms aren't that big in size, so unless she was deaf and blind, how fucking oblivious could she be??

  4. mdingler says:

    ...while a substitute teacher was helping other students at the front of the classroom.

    Honi soit qui mal y pense.

  5. down8 says:

    The real question is:

    Why the hell is the boy locked up, when the girl is the one who was performing the act?

    Bunch of sexist bullshit in this country.

    -bZj

    • spider88 says:

      His parents may not have wanted him back. His parents may have been incarcerated themselves. He may have previous charges or a history of assault. The boy initiated the interaction, and the girl may have agreed because he boy had previously bullied or coerced her.

      This actually happened in my 6th grade classroom in the 1980s. The boy was a drug dealer. Yes, at age 13.