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lonely_Huffelpuff t1_j1ns674 wrote

It's never just one incident this was just the first in front of the parents. I'm autistic and was discriminated against for almost an entire school year because the school wouldn't do anything until it happened in front of my mother. Thus teacher definitely did more to this kid they always do.


5nd t1_j1ntzn3 wrote

Sure but I'm responding simply to this claim made above:

>Teacher has no fucking clue what kind of psychological damage she just caused this child.


lonely_Huffelpuff t1_j1o0u1w wrote

If you get you're pants pulled down at a school assembly infront of your parents all your friends and everyone else's parents is that not traumatic. It just happened once so according to your logic not it's not. If a guy breaks into your house just once is it not traumatic too? Being forced to sit out in front of everyone you know just because you can't walk is traumatic one time or not she's always going to be wondering if it'll happen again or why no one in the school went to help her. Why all her teachers just let that happen to her.


5nd t1_j1o3igp wrote

I mean, my buddy pantsed me at lunch in middle school once in front of the whole lunch room and I walked it off because I'm not a pathetic loser.


lonely_Huffelpuff t1_j1o9as3 wrote

You really took a single part of my reply and ran with it huh. Also nice calling disabled people pathetic really showing your true colors there.


5nd t1_j1oa2y2 wrote

I'm not calling disabled people pathetic. I'm explicitly saying disabled people especially endure hardships and it isn't psychologically damaging to have one incident like this.

You and all your buddies in this subreddit reeeeing about how one little experience like this is going to damage someone who is disabled.


lonely_Huffelpuff t1_j1oadj8 wrote

You're not even listening to actual disabled people like myself about how stuff like this is traumatic you've just made it up in your head that it can't be when real disabled people are telling you otherwise. You can ask any disabled person and they will tell you how traumatic it is to be left out hell there's an entire tiktok trend of disabled kids talking about being left out and how traumatic it was you're being willfully ignorant.


5nd t1_j1oaou6 wrote

I am reliably informed by the esteemed members of this subreddit that I myself am disabled.

Also, being nonbinary isn't a disability.