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Group protests as more school sex videos released

A small group of social activists have launched a protest and are urging Barbadians to sign a petition to force Government action on legislation related to the misuse of computers and other related legislation.
The group, led by Roger Husbands, wants Government to move with haste to implement the Computer Misuse Act.
The call was prompted by the posting on social media, of more videos showing students having sex.
Husbands and those with him walked through the City collecting signatures for the petition before congregating in Heroes Square for a peaceful demonstration.
He told Barbados TODAY if there is no action, the protests will be stepped up.

16 Responses to Group protests as more school sex videos released

  1. Renny Johnson
    Renny Johnson November 5, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    The solution is simple, do not allow mobiles in school. Why can’t head teachers stand up and be counted, BAN all MOBILES IN SCHOOL>

    • Jamar Beckles
      Jamar Beckles November 5, 2013 at 5:43 pm

      how will banning cell phones [which already is the case] stop sex in school? Your simple solution does not deal with the core issue.

  2. Shantelle Bowen
    Shantelle Bowen November 5, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    At all secondary schools cell phones are banned but that wont stop the children. …schools dont have the manpower to search each and every child upon arrival at school so these things will happen

  3. Jean Worrell
    Jean Worrell November 5, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    If the children were not having sex at school, then there would be no school sex videos posted. We need to get to the root of the problem, why the children feel the need to be having sex at all and at school. If cellphones are banned at schools, the problem of children having sex will still exist. This was occurring before cellphones were in existence.

  4. Jonathan Martindale
    Jonathan Martindale November 5, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    I would not ban all mobiles is school but I would not allow phones with cameras. But Jean is right.

  5. Winston Andrew Deane
    Winston Andrew Deane November 5, 2013 at 2:48 pm

    First of all, just in case people have gotten it twisted, this constitutes child pornograhy. This immediately warrants the fullest attention of police to deal with this to the fullest possible extent. ..enough said methinks……

  6. George Hinkson November 5, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    Sex in schools has been going on since forever. The solution is not banning cell phones, its educating the children regarding valuing themselves and their bodies, and waiting until they are properly matured mentally and physically before engaging in what is a very adult activity.

  7. Shelly Blackman
    Shelly Blackman November 5, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    what is the purpose of releasing them.. who will it help….what steps are being taken to correct the situation… i thought school was where learning took place… life lessons to prepare kids for life outside of school… where are the parents… who’s in charge.. remember kids brains are not fully developed until age 25 or so.. so it’s fun to them…. where are the ADULTS????

  8. Paddy Singal November 5, 2013 at 3:36 pm

    Enough of the making excuses for the students. Ban the phones, period. They can be given enough warning. If they show up with the phone, they should be suspended. Rules are put in place to protect them. The damage of the actions of a few has gone viral and now everyone needs to be put on notice. This has gotten out of control.

  9. Shantelle Bowen
    Shantelle Bowen November 5, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    I was traveling in a sp’town B Van some time back…van was overloaded and was pulled over and reported by a police officer…a girl was in the seat sitting on a boy “both school children” with tears streaming down her face….too shame when the officer told her to get up and get out…she was filled with penis up to all..she wasnt shame to be taking it but shame to get up off it….as a female and as a mother…I was in total disgust….why they think they need to be havjng sex at such an early age I dont know and in public at that…then seat too hot. .want a good grandmother corning. …breaks my heart

  10. Shantelle Bowen
    Shantelle Bowen November 5, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    Banning cell phones cant stop a thing….children will have sex in the classroom, in d vans, in the van stan, in the dubs..where ever they please cause such chikdren indulging in those acts have no pride nor self respect

  11. Shantelle Bowen
    Shantelle Bowen November 5, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    Banning cell phones cant stop a thing….children will have sex in the classroom, in d vans, in the van stan, in the dubs..where ever they please cause such chikdren indulging in those acts have no pride nor self respect

  12. Mazie Kienemund
    Mazie Kienemund November 5, 2013 at 8:24 pm

    Since the banning of cell phones in schools is not the issue…how would that act stop sex in schools….all that would mean is that it won’t be put on blast for the world to see…but the problem would still be there…education is a must …we must educate our kids on the dangers of sex..especially unprotected sex..and next thing they must know that there are serious consequences to having sex on any campus on the island…expulsion comes to mind..this is a problem that we have had for years and will probably have for many more..but when we make the culprits accountable then we will see a vast difference…if you have sex at school,be prepared for what ever come….

  13. sungoddess November 6, 2013 at 6:06 am

    Why are you making this about mobile phones, and not about teenaged sexual activity? Why is it about a thing and not the humans involved? Why are you making this a school administration problem and not a parent problem?

  14. Ready dun November 6, 2013 at 6:42 am

    Ban cell phones? Why not ban crop over? That is where this behaviour come from.

    Why not teach the children how to use the smart phone to do productive things, baning smart phones set back Barbados 50 years in IT development.

    But bajans should rather ban the phones so they don’t see what our youths are doing.

    If i was a teacher my class would have a Facebook page and I would teach them how to use it corectly

  15. Chrissy November 6, 2013 at 9:15 am

    Hey, i think that when these kids are caught in such an act at a very tender age that they should be placed into counseling, or some sort of rehabilitation centre in order for them to learn a lesson, and i do not mean to have a nice time, put them under some strict grounding! … However, in schools there should be sex ed classes that informs children of the dangers of sex at such a young age especially at schools. This is such a downgrade to Society… If all the children get involved in such an act, what will society be like in 15 years when these are the working people? …


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