Hmmn…maybe I’m wrong about basing it on religion. But knowing what the Catholics advocate and knowing that they don’t even do it? And having so much power over something but they don’t even use it? You can’t help but think of it that way. Maybe it’s just me and some other people. I don’t know. It’s better if they don’t say anything that they can’t do.
They told us to be compassionate and kind. I don’t see the teachers being kind, not even majority of the nuns. I find that very irritating and it discourages me. My Methodist school told me to be kind and understanding, and I have lived a positive life, until I left that school and settled to another one. It’s probably the upbringing, that one part of upbringing that religions cause.
Maybe I’m wrong for thinking of it that way, and I know what you’re trying to say and I understand. I just can’t help thinking of it that way… It’s probably fueled by what they did last time. They were brainwashing students who didn’t know anything about the RH Bill. They are telling them to say no. I understand that it’s a Catholic school, but I don’t know, they never even told them about it.