Moms: What’s Wrong With Twitter?

This is the first article in a four-part series. See the rest of “Why Florida moms are angry about OnlyFans” over at MyFOXOrlando.com. A Maitland, Florida mother is outraged because she says the school…

Moms: What's Wrong With Twitter?

This is the first article in a four-part series. See the rest of “Why Florida moms are angry about OnlyFans” over at MyFOXOrlando.com.

A Maitland, Florida mother is outraged because she says the school has banned her 6-year-old from volunteering as a chaperone on field trips because she follows only one Facebook fan page, not a page designed for schools.

Tabitha Cook says her son has completed more than 150 volunteer hours at six different schools and is up for his fifth field trip in the next month.

But when she reaches the school, he is told that he’s prohibited from volunteering as chaperone because he follows only one onlyfan account with about 30 friends.

“He probably has over 30 friends that they don’t want him to have,” she said.

Schools are not allowed to ban volunteers based on their perceived political affiliation or religious viewpoint, according to school code.

“It’s upsetting that this social media website is allowing this kind of hate speech, this kind of bullying, that is taking place on there because it is not just him,” she said.

Tabitha started a website in May to fight the ban because she wants only to share her son’s experiences with students to help them and teach him about the world.

“I’m allowed to have political views and I’m allowed to express them,” she said. “It’s so wrong to tell these kids you can only relate to one people.”

The school’s response to FoxNews.com was: “The school district does not comment on individual personnel matters.”

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