'We have seen her part in the corridors, and shut up, man... We think she is a feast for the eyes. So boys, enjoy her!'
this is the sound of følgeteksten to one of several images from an online advent calendar, which right now creates debate at Espergærde Gymnasium.
In advance, available at Instagram, every day put a picture up of a girl or boy from the school, which through its appearance has 'earned the right' to be selected for the day.
And B. T. can also tell that it takes place in many colleges, but not all of the sites seem to, that it creates a good culture.
"It is evidence of the extremely superficial popularitetskultur, there is at the school, when the popular and beautiful students are being shown the way," says Malte Larsen.
He is a former student at Espergærde Gymnasium, but switched away from high school, because he could not see himself in the 'popularitetskultur', as he believes that there is at the school.
today, he goes to Elsinore high School, but when he through a friend from the time at Espergærde Gymnasium found out that there is now an advent calendar in the time at his old school, he was going to have to take the leaf from the mouth of the Helsingør Dagblad.
"I was shocked when I heard it. Something must be done about this culture where people are excluded, and where it's all about whether you are nice or popular," he says.
the christmas calendar is publicly available on Instagram, and each day, a total of 873 followers see today's 'sexiest hunk or sexiest babe', as shown by the profile's text.
And when reading the text to the various girls and boys, there can be no doubt that there is a focus on the pupil's appearance.
As was the case on Saturday, when a boy from the school was 'today's hunk', and it said:
'Besides he is a feast for the eyes, so does he pity also the music, which gives one orgasms, so jump in and do a search on “XXXXXX” and check him out'.
Or 4. december, when a girl from the first class at the school were today's 'babe':
'Although she did not win the title as this Year's Labre Larva, then we thought still, she had to get up on the side - and if the surname does not say enough, so is this creature a little sweet and innocent one, as we KNOW, just waiting for the right 2.g or 3.g’is hovering over. Enjoy her!,' stood there in the context.
But the society of the zealand in denmark, the gymnasium is not the only one of its kind in Denmark.
B. T. has, on a number of searches on Instagram, found out that you have similar julekalendere, where attractive students are shown above between 1. 24. december, at several other high schools in the country.
specifically, B. T. found similar cases at the Rysensteen Gymnasium, Slagelse Gymnasium, Roskilde cathedral School, Castle high School, Egedal Gymnasium, Odsherred Gymnasium, Allerød Gymnasium Stenhus Gymnasium.
In some cases, it is with both girls and boys, and otherwise more of the schools both a 'hunkkalender' and a 'babekalender', where it is respectively are boys and girls, that is shown.
In the course of 2018 wrote B. T. a large number of articles on the so-called puttemiddage, where girls and boys, just like with the christmas calendar, and opted out out from their appearance, and then went several principals out and threatened with sanctions and expulsions, if the traditions continued.
And the principal of Espergærde Gymnasium Henrik Boberg Bæch makes also clear that one particular are not in favour of such an advent calendar.
however, There is one problem.
"It is very easy. We simply can not find out who made it, but of course we take the distance from the infringing conduct, so we take it is also up to the morning session and to our student council," he says.
But would not be able to go a little more aggressive way and ask students if they know who is behind the christmas calendar, if you truly want it destroyed?
"Yes, but every time we do such a thing, so we end up with a problem with lifting the burden of proof, even though we had to get a few names. It requires a lot of resources," he says.
According to B. T.'s information has the girls from the 1. to the 7. december at Espergærde Gymnasium has not given consent to be a part of the calendar, but according to Helsingør Dagblad brought a history of the society, have chosen to take hold of today's girl or boy from Sunday the 8. december.Updated Date: 09 December 2019, 16:00