Jesus Take the Wheel

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Jesus Take The Wheel, News, SMH

Posted by Bossip Staff

Livesteez has reported an absolutely jaw-dropping story:

Students at a suburban St. Louis high school are headed to the gymnasium for HIV testing this week after an infected person told health officials as many as 50 teenagers might have been exposed to the virus that causes AIDS. Officials refused to give details on who the person was or how the students at Normandy High School might have been exposed, but the district is consulting with national AIDS organizations as it tries to minimize the fallout and prevent the infection — and misinformation — from spreading, reports CNN.com. “There’s potential for stigma for all students regardless of whether they’re positive or negative,” Normandy School District spokesman Doug Hochstedler said Thursday.

This is like a Lifetime Movie Network special. These kids are supposed to be worried about catching a ride home from school, not contracting AIDS. Kids are indeed growing up a lot faster than before, and that is exactly why we have to do a better job of educating them about the dangers of the world at an even earlier age.

For more information on this scandal go to Livesteez.

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  • Hannibal

  • Hannibal

    I WOULD EXPECT SOMETHIN LIKE THIS IN COMPTON, BUT ST. LOUIS, THATS JUST SAD…

  • atl30314

    what the hell is going on?

  • Vee-TGIF!!

    This is a SHAME!!!

  • Laurie Farmer

    Let us see how lomg it takes for you guys to blame this on “White” people.

    I mean, are you guys responsible for anything or are you just zombies ?

  • Sawyer

    Holy sh*t!!! Is it that got damn hard to put a f**king condom on your d**k?! I mean really tho. All it takes is one person and everyone is f’ed (literally)!

    Can I blame these kids, I mean they are just kids, but I know they all knew better and still did the wrong thing. Now ya life has been altered forever. Hope that nut was worth it, cause if infected its a mighty expensive nut ever!

    So damn sad!

    Condoms and questions people…use and ask them!

  • Mz_Magnificent1

    SMDH…this makes me not even want to bring a child into this f’ed up world.

    What kind of fyckery is this???????!!!!!😦

  • http://www.myspace.com/tomboyswagg FallinPoet(will there ever be another?)

    this is why my ass is still a virgin…

  • Hannibal

    IM NOT A VIRGIN, DOES THIS MEAN I SHOULD GO GET TESTED…

  • http://www.myspace.com/tomboyswagg FallinPoet(will there ever be another?)

    @ hanni… im sure ur smart enuf to use preotction, but nothin is 100% so as long as ur doin the do, you should get tested…

  • Sawyer

    @ Laurie Farmer

    nobody is blaming “white people”!

    its “white people” who do the blaming the large majority of the time. Nothing is ever there fault! The problem with some (not all) white people is that they are the one’s that have a God complex. And want all the power, but none of the responsibilities.

    The economic crisis is due to welfare and black folk, Katrina is because black folk didnt leave in time, Obama isnt suited to be the President because he sat on a board with a terrorist…etc etc etc! Look over the history books…whites set a lot of issues in action. Remember that! Unless you have an excuse for over the years and years of things that have gone on.

    Get a life, a clue and an original thought in your head. Thats how well start to move this nation in the right direction instead of spewing nonsense!

  • Pynk

    WRAP IT UP PEOPLE…. (kids)

  • Hannibal

    DAMN PYNK, U LOOK BEAUTIFUL…

  • Anton Slizzardhands

    po chilren.. po po chilren

  • cream of tartar sauce

    i hope they’re ok

  • Pynk

    LOL thanks Hannibal… yea not all gamers are nerds and ugly! So get a game and try to whoop my @$$!

  • http://www.gravatar.com Re (MADVILLIANY...I heart DangerDoom)

    WOW! Terrible…

  • Hannibal

    @PYNK

    U PICK THE GAME…IM STILL GONNA WIN…

  • Necy

    wtf??????????

  • WhatsYoursIsMine-Voting Early and I can't wait!!!!!

    @Laurie Farmer-

    This is a white high school so if they’re going to blame the white man, then they’ll be blaming themselves.

    This is what abstinence only education gets us. Or lack of education on human biology. Kids could have been sharing piercing needles, doing odd things in addition to having sex where they exposed themselves to, or contracted, HIV. I don’t know everything about passing the illness, but I know to stay away from blood.

  • WhatsYoursIsMine-Voting Early and I can't wait!!!!!

    Oh, wait, I pulled up the wrong high school. I’m still trying to see what I can find on this school.

  • Pynk

    @Hannibal…

    Do you have a gaming system? And you really don’t know what you’re getting yourself into! I can make ya cry! LOL

  • michelle

    @Whatsyoursismine…

    I live in STL and this is not a white high school. It might be in the suburbs of STL but trust me it’s about 95% black. But regardless, parents can only do so much to protect there kids and informed them but if you’re a teen then you should already know to use protection. Me personally i think that it should be REQUIRED for all students to get tested along with there physical cuz aint no telling how many of them have been with other students at other schools in STL.

  • WhatsYoursIsMine-Voting Early and I can't wait!!!!!

    Well, I looked it up, and it is a black school. Why can’t people educate their children?! WHY?!

    If the schools won’t do it, families need to do it. I grew up in Catholic school and would watch girls get pregnant and get expelled, and no one would discuss it in front of the teachers/nuns/priests.

  • WhatsYoursIsMine-Voting Early and I can't wait!!!!!

    @Michelle-

    I saw I looked up the wrong school, I pulled up one in Ohio.

    This is as bad as those girls with the pregnancy pact on the East Coast. Children need to learn about responsibility and taking care of their bodies, just as parents and educators need to learn to take an active road in sexual education.

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