2 Gay Dads in New York Claim Teachers Blamed Gay Son for Homophobic Bullying, Ryan Field Books

 2 Gay Dads in New York Claim Teachers Blamed Gay Son for Homophobic Bullying

This story happened in New York where you never expect to hear about things like this. I’m always telling my friends who blame places like Texas for homophobia that it can, and it does, happen anywhere. And clearly places like good old New York are not exempt. 

What followed, Cianciatto said, was two “horrific” years of homophobic bullying and physical attacks by students and victim-blaming from senior staff at the school.

Here’s more. I don’t know why they lasted 2 years. It’s really a very frustrating story to read, especially when you read example of some of the anti-gay (and racist) slurs. These dads put their gay kid in a school where they truly thought he would be safe. I know I would have thought the same thing if I had been them. 

The dads are suing now. 








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