Ten Pennsylvania high school students have been charged with sexual harassment over a hazing incident involving the school's football team. Diane Gramley of the American Family Association (AFA) of Pennsylvania relays that the Middletown Area High School football season was canceled in August because of the charges.
The head coach also resigned after a cell phone video went viral showing serious hazing incidents in the school.
"Rightfully, the parents are blaming him, at least in part, for what happened, because his supervision was obviously lacking," Gramley notes.
With two of the students having been charged with multiple counts of "criminal attempt to commit involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and unlawful restraint," Gramley laments that things have changed a lot over the years.
"Hazing did not used to involve sexual misconduct or sexual assault," she points out, wondering, "Is that because the kids are being sexualized in the schools, in the classroom?"
Breitbart reports six students, ranging in ages from 14 to 17, were victimized and that six others may also have been victims but are reluctant to come forward.