Drugs, orgies and sex with teachers: Tell-all Twitter feed of Portland’s Northwest HS students

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February 14, 2014

And so it’s come to this…. No way to tell how much may be true and how much is likely BS.

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  • The feed brags about sex among students, teachers and parents in a suburb of Portland, Oregon
  • Details of retribution from teachers for spurned sexual advances, rampant in-school drug use fill the feed
  • There are several admissions of prostitution, cheating and group sex
  • The posts are anonymous and tagged only with the schools the students attend

A salacious Twitter feed where Northwest high school students confess to lewd behavior is raising more than a few eyebrows, but the students behind it say parents are missing the point.@ClarkFession is filled with tales of taking drugs and having sex at school and for money, illicit contact with teachers, large groups and even ranks Clark County WA schools on how debaucherous they are.

via Drugs, orgies and sex with teachers: The racy tell-all Twitter feed run by Northwest high school students | Mail Online.



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Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    Steve, I think Jesse/Gus/Vance/MySuckPuppet is offended that you are linking to beautiful women in bathing suits.

    He wants the queer edition link, pretty sure, and is all wee-weed up that it isn’t out there.

    • Carl says:

      You’re a creepy old man. I can only imagine what you were doing with NFL players on Bourbon St.

      Shameless!

      • Ragspierre says:

        Your imagination is what is creepy, “Carl”.

        I was doing nothing with them, outside of observing them and their conduct. They were just part of the melange of the street.

  2. Ragspierre says:

    A new survey of press freedom around the world finds the United States has plunged 13 spots, now ranking just 46th among 180 countries. The annual survey by Reporters Without Borders also says Syria is the most dangerous country for journalists, showing a correlation between conflict zones and a low level of press freedom. Other countries that fell lower than in the previous year’s survey include the civil-war-torn Central African Republic, down 43 spots to 109, and Guatemala, where four journalists were killed last year alone. This comes as the United Nations General Assembly recently adopted its first resolution on the safety of journalists. The group has now called on the United Nations to monitor how member states meet their obligations to protect reporters.

    “Congress shall make no law…” is how the First Amendment, detailing our press freedoms begins.

    But we have a bullying President and a meddling Congress and a pushover Supreme Court and an increasingly supine populace. Had our actual media been willing do stand up and do its job, rather than play footsie with its destroyers, we would be where we should be — at Number One on any chart.
    —Steve Green

    So interesting, what people seem willing to just give up today.