Two recent stories in the Chronicle (SF Gate online): 1.Teacher fired for stripping - she fought it and a higher court said she was rightly fired, she would ''never get respect.'' 2.Not anything long or academic or hard to understand -- just something that might make sense and open her eyes to my viewpoint so we can keep talking about it. Susie Bright comes to mind immediately - and I think she's pretty accessible. All I'd like to add: Regarding your daughter's comments ''...it's illegal to discriminate'' - yes, but how often does it still happen? And ''wouldn't want anything to do with anyone judgmental'' - well, we ALL are, if you think about it.We all have are own ethics, morals, viewpoints and we simply cannot agree on all of them, and some things fall into extreme categories and are dealbreakers.I read text messages and found photos of 3 nude males.I also found her planning to meet someone this summer.Needless to say, I was extremely disturbed, and scared for her.Aside from explicit photos, she had details about herself that would allow someone to figure out who she was and without too much effort, where she went to school and where she lived.
anything requiring a security clearance, anything involved with working with children, professions that value character, etc.).'It's like, there's the "sex with strangers" fader, turn that one down. 'It's like, there's the "sex with strangers" fader, turn that one down. The monochrome number is part of the new season collection from Neil Barrett, who is known for his streamlined contemporary aesthetic.Featuring a graphic lightning bolt print, this piece would be great for everyday wear – simply pair with slim jeans and trainers for a laidback look.Sorry for your troubles, hope you can get your daughter to see this as most adults would. May 2012 I have questions on how to handle my child's inappropriate online/texting. My 13 year old daughter was interacting with strangers via internet, email and text.I looked through the BPN archives and saw nothing about reporting this stuff to authorities. I saw a chat with a stranger on a site called omegle and a photo she sent via email of herself nude.
Revenge Porn - granted this is not the women's choice, but it does point out some have lost jobs because of the photos and some of the photos live on at many other sites despite attempts to delete them.