'He loves girls who are cute and want to fuck him! The young player is filled with love, especially to his friends ' siblings, his girlfriends or young girls.'
How to describe the last boy in the Odsherreds Gymnasiums unofficial advent calendar, where every day until christmas eve will be shown a new nice student forward on Instagram.
B. T. described earlier in the week that this kind of julekalendere is quite widespread among the Danish high schools, and shortly after several of them were shut down after strict opsange from the various principals.
the Criticism was that it creates an unhealthy environment, when the pupils are selected on the basis of their appearance, and since everyone can see who has made it through the eye of the needle, and who has been selected from.
But at Odsherreds Gymnasium has the rector Niels-Peter Babalola Andersson does not intend to get the calendar closed down, and in fact, does he think that it is "very sweet".
"I think, in fact, also, that there are things about the calendar, which is very sweet. There is not bikinibilleder as many of the other," says the dean to the B. T.
Niels-Peter Babalola Andersson on Monday were made aware of the babe - and hunkkalenderens existence, he took a look at it, and there he found out quickly that there were a couple of very unacceptable things about it.
the Calendar is on a closed Instagram page, and here are alternately laid one boy and girl each and every day.
According to a text on Instagram-the page provides students consent to be a part of the calendar, and that they themselves have approved the images.
At Niels-Peter Babalola Andersson it is just important that the calendar is not being coupled up at school and do not have an impact on school attendance.
But is it not likely that it happens, when it consists of students from high school, and when there are a lot of girls and boys who are rejected and do not come with the calendar?
"Yes, of course it is a risk that there may be some girls or boys, who are bored of not being a part of it, and therefore I do not think it is a good idea," he says, and continues:
"But I think that the discussion is more nuanced than just 'yes' and 'no'."
At several other colleges, the debate has been more one-sided and ended on a quite heavy no. It was for example the case at Roskilde business College, who have already got their calendar closed in the beginning of december.
"We will not have to behave bad to his schoolmates, and this is just bad behavior," said Roskilde Handelsskoles director, Jørgen Sloth, Monday to B. T. about the decision.Updated Date: 14 December 2019, 01:00