A teacher of high school freshman has as the classroom bathroom passes a coconut for the girls' bathroom and a plastic bat for the boys' bathroom. The sexual references to gender is intended, the teacher admits. The teacher told students on the first day of the second semester last week, the first day likely all of these freshmen met this particular teacher as it is a one-semester class, that if the teacher's crude language or sexual references or off-color jokes are too much for them, they should make that known.
The only bathroom passes I'm aware of other teachers using are your run-of-the-mill paper ones.
I have a few questions for you.
1. Would you complain if it was your son's teacher?
2. Would you complain if it was your daughter's teacher?
3. Would you complain if it your son or daughter wasn't a student in the class? (For the record, this teacher does not teach at my son's high school.)
4. Does it matter what the gender of the teacher is?
1. Yeah, I would.
2. Yeah, I would.
3. Yeah, I would.
4. No, it doesn't. (For the record, the teacher is a male.)