Yes, it does! But you have to be careful to not tip the pole at all.
Who is the pole dancer to watch out for?
Be prepared to do everything. There’s a safety belt, we tell you. Be careful not to touch the pole with your feet. Be careful to not step on the pole while dancing; that’s not how it falls. But also be careful not to fall out of the pole either!
The latest report by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights has found that for all students, transgender students are more likely to be rejected by schools.
“Among transgender students, those who had undergone sex reassignment surgery were more likely than those who had not undergone the procedure to be rejected by their schools,” states the document.
The Department of Education’s report was published Friday, and is available on the OCR website . The report makes specific reference to San Francisco Unified School District, saying: “Transgender or gender nonbinary students who receive health services from schools are less likely than nondiscriminatory students to be assigned a new school and, when they do leave, find themselves in the presence of a school that does not believe them.”
The report says that students who are transgender are more likely than other students to be subject to a range of harassment by others. But their most common victimization is not physical: “Noncontroversial speech” is a much more common target for harassment, says the report.
The report also finds that there are no federal guidelines governing how schools should respond to transgender students.
According to the National Transgender Discrimination Survey, 59 percent of transgender people have been harassed by people they know, according to the report. About 30 percent, or more than 11 percent of transgender respondents, said they have experienced sexual harassment or violence by a school employee.
The survey found that nearly half (48 percent) of the total respondents said they have endured bullying in school: “Students on the receiving end of such treatment were more likely than other students in their school and community to say that bullying had happened to them at least once.”
Some schools have taken steps to address the problems of transgender youth. Some school districts, including New Hampshire’s Hampton, are making sexual orientation, gender and gender identity a protected category for students in their state. They also allow transgender students to use the facilities that match those who are transgender.
“The New Hampshire Supreme Court, however, has ruled that such
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