Watch The Anti-LGBTQ Bullying Video That Got A Teacher Suspended

A North Carolina teacher was suspended from her job after parents were reportedly angered by an anti-LGBTQ bullying film she played for students. Kimberly Fernetti, who is a teacher at North Lincoln High School in North Carolina’s Lincoln County, presented Kim Rocco Shields and David Tillman’s “Love Is All You Need?” to her class as part of a lesson on bullying, WSOC-TV reported Wednesday. Released in 2012, the short film is set in a sort of alternate universe where homosexuality in the norm, and straight people are ostracized. The 19-minute film, which has been viewed over 4 million times on YouTube, concludes with a young girl slashing her wrists in a bathtub in a suicide attempt after she is bullied at school for being straight. School officials told WSOC-TV that Fernetti was suspended following a string of complaints from parents about the...

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