Tammie Jackson, the mother of a 6th grade student is outraged after she says school officials told her to get her daughters' breast reduced to avoid sexual harrassment. The school told Fox2Now that they are investigating the situation and informing students the dangers associated with bullying.
Sexual Harassment is a form of bullying that is being used more and more in todays time. Although bullying is not considered a human rights violation with the orgainizations who help victims in public accommadations, sexual harassment is a human rights violation. If you have a child who is being sexually harassed, contact the Human Rights Department of what ever state you reside. They support individuals who have been harassed while in any public setting. You generally have 6 months from the date of the incident or harassment to file a complaint and most resolutions end with a financial settlement from the institution. Click here to view the U.S. Department of Human Rights:http://www.state.gov/j/drl/hr/index.htm