Chastity Banned in Secondary Schools

Funny story written by carina-eta

Friday, 22 June 2007

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The popular "anti-chastity" belt familiar in most schools

A teenage girl, known only as Miss Playsfootsie, has been ordered to remove her "chastity ring" at a school in Horsham, West Sussex in case she offends hoardes of already pregnant schoolgirl classmates.

The silver chastity ring, which the girl wears as a symbol of her pledge to remain a virgin until marriage was seen by the school as "dangerous" as it could severely injure a Muslim or Sikh pupil if they tripped due to their inability to see while wearing a full headscarf and fell onto Miss Playsfootsie's hand.

The sixteen-year-old said today that she felt victimised at being asked to remove the small siver band and will take her case to the high court.

A school spokesman commented,"We asked a pupil to remove a perverse offensive religious symbol from her finger as we received complaints from other parents who think that her attitude is rebellious and a personal insult to them as grandparents of illegitimate children."

A boy at the school who declined to be named, commented,"I hope she gets expelled, otherwise the whole chastity thing might catch on. It will be "self-respect" after that and f**k knows where it will all end."

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