BritainKennedy wrote:Also, once again, there IS a way around it. It's a simple way too, stand up for yourself...
BritainKennedy wrote:Umm, you could possibly put an end to it, or at the very worst stand up for what you believe?
BritainKennedy wrote:^That's not being tolerant, he should have made a scene and not been pushed around as such. He had a very blatantly obvious right to be offended and react as such.
Sunt_eu_fericirea wrote:BritainKennedy wrote:^That's not being tolerant, he should have made a scene and not been pushed around as such. He had a very blatantly obvious right to be offended and react as such.
Come one, don't be a [Censored Word] and scream I'M OFFENDED everytime someone mentions anything about God or other religions. This is what I mean by tolerance. A scene? I would have gone straight to the principal. Make a scene there. Defying the teacher wouldn't have made much of a difference, plus it would only give the school reason to punish you. The principal has authority, so make the scene there. Wouldn't you agree that this would be the more mature thing to do? Show the teacher that even though he was immature in bringing his personal beliefs into the classroom, ydoc is more mature by just taking it up to the principal. Again, who has the authority in public school? Principal.
Do you get what I'm saying? I'm sorry you were offended, but there are other means of dealing with it.
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