I noticed that sexism and blaming the victim seems to thrive in ACE as girls should wear skirts and have long hair, ect.
Not only that, but just the treatment in general. Often if female students would whisper or
talk to other students or if we had to go to the bathroom when it wasn't break we'd get into trouble.
We'd get demerits or lose breaks or other get other disciplines, while the male students were often
allowed to get away with much more such as talking during class times. Bullying was typically ignored, though
many schools are guilty of this. Not only did I have to sit in a cubicle, but I often got harassed by bullies
while trying to study and this was ignored. When I tried or other students, especially girls, tried to defend
ourselves from the bullies we were punished for not turning the other cheek or tattling or name calling, ect.
When it was the trouble makers that should have been corrected. The system teaches you to be
fearful of the real world and to not stand up for yourself or speak up for your own ideas and beliefs. But to
be a submissive victim in the sake of suffering for Christ. This way of thinking gets ingrained in your brain and I
don't know if it can ever be shaken off even when you become an adult. Not to mention, it was a breeding ground
for troubled students. Many kids that got expelled from public school would join the ACE school and also the
kids of very strict households in which brainwashing also took place. So, if students weren't brainwashed
enough at home and at sunday school, there's always more for monday through friday hours at private school.
All this to be sure the student's brain is thoroughly saturated 24/7 of strict opinion based rules and theories.
anotherbrainwashed, how long were you in an ACE school? Just wondering....