Thursday 29 October, 2020

Minister's daughters get exposed to porn during online classes

COVID-19 has changed the way students in Trinidad and Tobago learn, as classes have been solely online due to measures implemented to stop the spread of the viral respiratory illness.

However, this has come with its own challenges for Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, Ayanna Webster-Roy.

The member of parliament (MP) for Tobago East took to Facebook on Thursday, to complain about the failure of some parents to properly supervise their children. She said her daughters have both had their remote learning disrupted by classmates who either purposely or accidentally, streamed porn. 

She said: "Forgive my rant post this morning, but some parents need to get a grip of their children. My daughters have both experienced interrupted online classes because some child either putting up pornography on the shared screen or playing hard porn movies in the background so that the entire classroom is disrupted! I don't know about some of you all parents, but you see me, I want my children to learn eh!"

The Minister also cautioned parents to teach their children the importance of respecting the privilege of online learning.

She said: "For goodness sake, teach your children that the rights some of them demand have equally important and corresponding responsibilities! Please check up yuh pickney dem!"

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