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ANOTHER Student From Asher Brown's School District Victimized For Supposed Sexual Orientation, School Officials Did NOTHING!

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This is just shameful.

Check out (above) a news report about Jayron Martin, a student from Cy Fair ISD Texas, the same school district as recent suicide victim Asher Brown.

Martin claims that last year, he was also the targeted by bullies because of his sexuality, and although he also alerted school officials, nobody intervened and he was eventually beaten up.

Absolutely unacceptable! We are completely disgusted!

How many young people have to be injured, or worse - lose their lives - before these people take action and protect their students?!

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36 comments to “ANOTHER Student From Asher Brown's School District Victimized For Supposed Sexual Orientation, School Officials Did NOTHING!”



  1. 1

    is this a gossip blog or a gay rights march?



  2. 2

    bullying is normal - it's always been around and always will be. it's part of life. if you think there aren't adult bullies of all ages, you got something coming……..



  3. 3

    honestly this is just out of control now! something must be done to limit the bullying



  4. 4

    This really isnt new news. These kinds of things have been going on for many years, and is only being publicized because anything related to gays or gay is a hot issue right now. School officials are responsible for keeping ALL their students safe. So, the fact that they let a chid get beat up on campus is bad. However, it is not the schools responsibility to provide protection for this child. If they do that it can be percieved as discrimination by the other students, and that could make the issue much worse. Children get bullied all the time in HS for different reasons. I was bullied. I wasnt gay, and I wasnt running to the media because no one would really care. I love the gays and have gay friends…but i think that demanding special treatment because you are gay is asking too much.



  5. 5

    I find this appalling. My high school had a gay club and this was in Utah. No one was targeted…I cannot comprehend why this would be allowed to go on. I had several openly gay teachers in junior high and high school, once again, in Utah. My Vice principal was a lesbian for christ's sake, how could any adult stand by and do nothing while a student is tormented and hurt?



  6. 6

    This website doesn't really have the right to call for bullying to end given the content of a lot of the stories posted on here… Oh but it's gay bulling, an issue Perez cares about. Hypocrisy doesn't matter then..



  7. 7

    Cy fair ISD has a history of bad judgment when it comes to helping any sort of child being bullied. I went to Hamilton Middle School. The year I was there a boy came in wearing a confederate flag t-shirt and shouting the N word and saying spic at every black and mexican person he saw. Because the school officials didnt witness him using the verbal slurs nothing was done. They didnt even make him take off the shirt after other students had felt uncomfortable. The ironic thing is about a week before that a mexican student wearing a shirt with a mexican flag that said, "hecho in mexico" had to remove their shirt. Cy-fair ISD even gerrymandered an entire neighborhood that was less than half a mile from an "elite" high school, to cut down the number of minorities that attended Cypress Creek. The rich neighborhood that is 5 miles away of course still goes there. They built an entire high school just to get these kids out of CY Creek. It was pretty insane. They didnt plan on Cy Ridge, the high school they built, to be better at them at sports though haha! Its not demanding special treatment to reprimand an asshole kid, but if he is white and rich, which he most likely is, cy-fair isd will do nothing about it.



  8. 8

    The school system has and will always be a joke when it comes to the safety of the children. For years childrens of all walks of life got and continue to be a tormented target for those fucking bullies and the system still don't move a fucking finger. Poor parents they send their children to school thinking their children would get an good education and be safe, but in fact for most of them it has become an nightmare.



  9. 9

    Another bites the dust! lol. At this rate everyone will be straight in a year or two. Keep up the good work people!



  10. 10

    Liberty & justice for all ? yah right.



  11. 11

    Unfortunately those Teachers and principal have not helped. Its up to the parents to take action because it appears no one else will. The parents should go the police for help.



  12. 12

    Re: Sweetness24 – yeah, get the government involved in everything………



  13. 13

    You should start an online support group for them Perez!
    What better person to ask for advice or help.



  14. 14

    this enrages me to the max. This is in my home town and i'm heartbroken for this family.



  15. 15

    I think this is more a systemic issue for the greater Houston area. Let us not forget that 5 bored senior boys from The Woodland's High School (just north of Houston) ranging between the ages of 16 and 18 went to downtown Houston in the early 1990s, sat outside a gay bar waiting for a loney patron to leave the establishment. When a gay man left the bar, he confronted these 5 murderers who proceeded to beat the man to death with baseball bats - for entertainment. The boys who were underaged received a slap on the wrist and the 18 year old didn't get much more except the victim's mother was able to convince the judge that he should do community service helping those affected by AIDS. This has been an issue for a very long time and while the rest of the country evolves, the greater Houston area appears to be stuck in the 1950s.

    I want to recognize that Houston has a gay Mayor right now which is why I kept referring to the GREATER Houston area. Downtown Houston, especially around Rice University, is inhabited by educated, open-mided people but I fear I can not say the same about the surrounding areas.



  16. 16

    Perez, get off your soap box. This is CELEBRITY GOSSIP. Not "Gay and the Restless." I am tired of reading your stupid posts about bullied kids and other nonsense. Your website is entertainment… quote "CELEBRITY JUICE NOT FROM CONCENTRATE." Shut the fuck up about kids and talk about celebrities again.



  17. 17

    Anyone remember when this was a celebrity blog rather than a place for phags to whine?



  18. 18

    OMGeee and here i thought you, perez, came up with the 'it does get better' videos. and now the truth comes out that its been done before and theres a site for it. wow either way im glad theres this help for kids going through all this craziness.



  19. 19

    why arent bullies families sued? kicked out of school?



  20. 20

    Gay people are just attention whores. Everyone gets bullied it doesn't matter if you're gay or not. Notice how all this gay related accidents pop up in 3's or w/e..It's due to kids seeing it on TV and going "OH I WANT TO BE ON TV"



  21. 21

    Oh pleaseeee Mario, u wanna make it sound like gays are a very important and new species of people the whole world needs to protect so badly, GET OVER IT!



  22. 22

    EVERYONE gets picked on in school.

    Stop trying to own the bullying just because these students are gay.

    Straights, mexican, blacks, etc…all get picked on…just like the rainbow..you can't take bullying away from the normals and claim it is only for the gays!



  23. 23

    Re: kendra525 – because everyone gets picked on..it has nothing to do with being gay….EVERYONE gets picked on no matter what color or sexual preference….teachers are use to it and don't do anything.

    they are only there for a paycheck.



  24. 24

    Re: DickDickerson1234 – yea if u keep it up looking like a douche bag maybe a real douchebag will knock u on ur ass in a year or two

  25. @v@ says – reply to this


    25

    They're trained and paid to be teachers here, not body guards. Parents need to hold themselves responsible for how their little bullies deal with the world. What do you recommend, school bouncers? Police on paid staff? Delinquent kids aren't a teacher's job; teaching and learning is. Administration needs to step up and put something more effective in place, because denial ain't cutting it.

  26. @v@ says – reply to this


    26

    Bullied kids also have a tendency to tell no one out of undeserved shame or embarrassment. If a reporting system is in place where they can safely go to talk about their situation, they might use it. You know how bullies are, though, if they're called on the carpet with an accusation, they tend to go after the whistleblower even more. It has to be made clear to bullies that if that happens, there will be dire consequences. I noticed that in one of the suicide stories, the deceased's friends were shocked because HE KEPT IT TO HIMSELF. They seemed to have no idea.



  27. 27

    geez whats goign o with all the gay bashing.. thats all ive been seeing lately.. seem to be getting worse i dont get it.. its hasnt been much of a problem in forever.. now everyone is starting to get sensitive? geez cant anyone mind their own business and focus on their life? Homosexuals have been around for so long.. and their not going anywhere.. peopel need to get the fuck over it.. damn live your own life



  28. 28

    I was a teacher last year at Langham Creek High School and this student who was beaten up in fact sexually harassed the people who beat him up. He sent text messages as well as made fun of these same students. In retaliation, the people he harassed beat him up after they got off the school bus. Though violence is not the answer, both parties at this time were at fault; this was not a student being picked on because he was gay. This school does not discriminate against race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. I would know….



  29. 29

    Perez the way you tell it one would think that only gays are bullied! Gays are not the only ones out there being bullied.

  30. @v@ says – reply to this


    30

    Re: jennycakes – Interesting add.

  31. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: aggiechic1185 – Whoops. Your post was the interesting add.
    Sorry, jennycakes…but you're right on in what you say as well.



  32. 32

    Re: DickDickerson1234 – You are a totally, brain dead, idiot!!!!!

    Oh, and if that is you in the picture, one ugly mother fucker!!



  33. 33

    Sad. :(



  34. 34

    The parents are not revealing everything, including, "When Asher was initially enrolled, his mother reported he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder."

    There is more to the story.

    Unfortunately, this poor child did not get the help he needed at home!



  35. 35

    "And the district says Asher Brown's parents did not report the bullying until Monday."

    But the kid reported to school officials that he was going to get jumped later on in that day. Is the school district really that inane to have to make it a serious matter only if the parents get involved and says something. That's just effing BS and it sickens me that children have to suffer like this because of unjust school systems/districts.

  36. Grrrr says – reply to this


    36

    Gosh, I was bullied because of the size of my chest. Bullying happens everywhere. My son was bulled cause school put him in choir wrongly, it lasted a week until I called and had him changed to band, where he wanted to go in the first place. My daughter is being bullied cause she has sparkles on her sneakers, sneakers she picked out last year. It is everywhere, not just gays.