If I am ignoring you, can you tell me for sure whether I am doing it because you are a homosexual, because you are a teacher, because you have brown eyes, or maybe because I don't like your personality? If not, how can you accuse someone of bullying by not associating?
I wish I had the right of association at work...
So you agree that there should be no punishment or forced association for someone who purposely ignores another person even if they know that it will cause that person to "feel like crap"?THAT us what I am saying. Stop putting your misconstrued words in my mouth and telling me what I am saying.
I don't think ignoring someone, whatever the intention, is bullying.
And how would you feel if a teacher had to force other students to associate with you? Would that make everything OK?
If there was bullying going on, I would obviously address it, that's part of my job as a teacher. I'm not interested in delving into the land of make believe with you, so let's skip the hypotheticals, shall we?
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