Thanks to the appeasement of temperamental children after the left seized on a handful of Parkland, Florida students to push an anti-gun agenda by exploiting a tragic school shooting, young people are not getting the idea that they can engage in protests, social media bullying campaigns and boycotts whenever they don’t like something and will get their way.
This time it’s a “Bracott” which is the idea of a young feminist who is pissed off that her high school told her to cover up the nipples on her little boobies with band-aids after she showed up braless earlier this month.
But 17-year-old Lizzy Martinez wasn’t about to just take it and immediately turned to Twitter and the media to air her grievances.
I decided not to wear a bra today and got pulled out of class bc one of my teachers complained that it was a “distraction to boys in my class.” My school basically told me that boys’ education is far more important than mine and I should be ashamed of my body. @Manateeschools 🙂
— liz (@lizzymartineez) April 2, 2018
One thing led to another and social media was once again provided an all too easy way to organize a national temper tantrum during which girls are encouraged to show up sans their brassieres on Monday as a protest and to show the adults that they no longer make the rules.
— liz (@lizzymartineez) April 12, 2018
Via The Brevard Times “High School Students To Boycott Bras In #BraCott”:
Students across the country will go to school without wearing bras on Monday in a protest dubbed #BraCott after a female high school student was told to use Band-Aids to cover up her nipples by school administrators in Bradenton, Florida.
“I decided not to wear a bra today and got pulled out of class bc one of my teachers complained that it was a “distraction to boys in my class,” 17-year-old Lizzy Martinez tweeted. “My school basically told me that boys’ education is far more important than mine and I should be ashamed of my body.”
Lizzy’s mother, Kari Knop, said that her daughter had a sunburn which is why she decided not to wear a bra that day.
Knop said that the female dean had Lizzy put on a second shirt and then asked her to stand up and move around.
Unsatisfied that the second shirt sufficiently covered up the student’s nipples, the dean then instructed Lizzy to go to the school nurse to get Band-Aids to cover up her nipples. She later returned to class, but soon called her mother to pick her up because she felt humiliated.
Lizzy’s tweets about her experience went viral and her story garnered national headlines.
Lizzy then took the opportunity of the media attention to call for a nationwide student protest on Monday, April 16, 2018 with the hashtag #BraCott where female students will go to school without bras while male students will wear Band-Aids over their shirts.
The School District of Manatee County, which encompasses Bradenton, Florida, did not issue a response to the planned protest.
The guys are going to love it but this story exposes a far greater problem that poor little Lizzy’s hurt feelings – social media is out of control and is being abused on a daily basis to promote anarchy and disorder by a generation that has become enamored with communism and socialism and has little use for free speech.
The real debate that needs to start and start pretty quickly is the damaging role of social media which instead of being a positive force for society is now serving the exact opposite purpose of dividing people against each other, providing an unregulated and largely unpoliced communications network for radical leftists and facilitating cyberbullying, intimidation campaigns and economic terrorism via mass boycotts.
It is also making people stupid and mean as we have seen ample evidence of since Hillary Clinton lost the election and social media became an enabler of #TheResistance.