• Most Of The Girls At Westport High Dress Like OnlyFans Models

    January 5, 2024

    Don't their parents care about them?

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    On a recent visit to Staples High School in Westport, I couldn't help but notice how the girls dress.

    Skin tight clothes, low cut tops, lots of skin.

    This is with 14, 15 year-old girls and older.

    Our children are being intentionally sexualized by the educational industrial complex. It's another aspect of fifth generation warfare, meant to destroy culture, morality and family.

    Girls are being taught they are only worthy of their sexuality, at a very young age.

    And, what happened to dress codes at school?

    A girl with yoga pants, tight midriff top with breasts readily available to be seen seems like it should be off limits when you're 14.

    I couldn't help wonder where the parents are in all of this.

    But hey, as we learned yesterday, Bill Clinton likes them young.

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    David Pinder

    No pictures?


    Sadly, the parents don't always know. I was fostering a girl who was about 16, she would leave for school on the bus dressed normally. And I had no idea she had other clothes in her backpack. Once I had to go to the school because of an issue with her. When I got there she was wearing something I didn't even know she owned. So don't always blame the parents. The kids want to look like everyone else, and they will do what it takes. The only real solution is homeschooling as far as I'm concerned.


    Some parents don't know their kids sneak a change of clothes with them. Then you have parents that defend their kids and raise a stink over any discipline. I remember a mom coming in with her daughter for a parent conference, the 12 YO girl wearing pink short shorts with "JUICY" across the rump. Really? As far as teachers, I rarely referred girls for dress code. Too many times they came back saying the principal or dean said their attire was appropriate, completely undermining my authority.


    It's all white, what could go wrong?


    There’s an expression used in CT: “Westport Stupid”.

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