Recently the entire world was seemingly shaken to their very core when news broke that a third grader at John Adams Elementary School had sexually assaulted someone of the same gender on numerous occasions.
Sadly this sort of thing happens more often than anyone is willing to admit, and in some cases, more often than most people know, and I say this because this kind of grade school sexual assault was going on when I was in elementary school even though certain Southern California news agencies were reluctant to report on it.
When I was in elementary school there was a group of boys and girls at the school that knew who they were early on, and these same boys and girls collectively ran the schoolyard together, and they would target certain kids during our official classroom break, and all of the sexual assaults took place either in the bathroom or in the back of the class or around the building, and out of the view of the playground attendants and teachers and maintenance workers that were present at recess.
The girls at my school would surround the new girl or girls and they would make them perform certain sex acts on them, which included making the new arrivals kneel down in front of the girls that were in charge of the schoolyard prior to the aggressors exposing their bare genitals to the confused and outnumbered girl or girls and prior to the bullies demanding that the outnumbered girl or girls perform cunnilingus on them if they didn’t want to be beaten up and stripped naked in front of the boys that were watching the whole ordeal while acting as look outs for the girls. The threat that was made by the bullies also included cutting off all of the girls hair if she didn’t do what they told her to do, which amounted to cunnilingus in elementary school language since the girls didn’t have a big enough vocabulary to use the term cunnilingus.
Everyone on the playground and in the classroom knew that this sort of thing was going on, and some of the teachers also knew about the sexual assaults that were taking place, however, no one wanted to say anything for fear of being sued by an angry parent since most parents won’t admit that their child is gay and since a child that’s attending elementary school isn’t supposed to know that he or she is gay.
Well, this is simply not true because the boys that ran with the girls that were carrying out these grade school sexual assaults were doing the very same thing and one day they surrounded me while I was inside the bathroom along with two other boys that were my classmates, and they demanded that we kneel down and that we perform a sex act on them while the girls that they had snuck into the boy’s bathroom watched, however, I refused right away, but the other two boys chickened out and gave in since we were outnumbered and since they were afraid of being beaten up by the bullies that were demanding the sex act.
The boys that surrounded us while the snickering girls were watching and while they were egging the boys on screamed ‘Slob on my knob’ which meant that the bullies wanted fellatio from their frightened victims even though they were far too young to experience it.
I fought my way out of the restroom because I was not going to slob on anyone’s knob, and after I took a stand by punching the kid that was standing directly in front of me square in the nose, which caused him to hit the floor back first, the group of boys and girls that were sexually assaulting the other kids tried to recruit me later on that day since they knew that I would stand up for myself, and that I was not going to do what they told me to do, and that I was willing to fight back even though I was outnumbered, and that I didn’t have any reservations about hurting one of them if I were backed into a corner.
I turned the bullies down of course since my actions were purely defensive and since I was not going to go around forcing kids to perform unwanted sex acts just because I was running with a clique that thought that they were tough simply because they had greater numbers and simply because they had an exotic outlook on life that was far different from the rest of the kids that didn’t have a heterosexual clique to call their own.
After turning the boys and girls down for the third time since they kept asking me to join their clique since they were afraid to allow me to be independent since they couldn’t predict what I was going to do, and since they knew that I could handle myself in a fight, I eventually intervened in a classroom scuffle while the girls were trying to force another girl to perform cunnilingus on them in the back of the room after the teacher stepped out of the classroom to use the restroom, and from that day forward a number of the kids in my class started to look to me for protection since they knew that the girls and boys that were from the other clique wouldn’t bother them as long as they were hanging out with me.
What happened with the third grader at John Adams Elementary School in Riverside California is unfortunately not an isolated incident since I witnessed the same kind of grade school sexual assaults when I was in grade school.
Bullies are all the same despite their sexual orientation.