there are these two boys in my class and they always call me sexy mama and mami and wink at me and say stuff like “when is our wedding?” and “he’s your boyfriend” and it makes me uncomfortable and stuff n makes me cry at night but they won’t stop, no matter how many times i tell them to stop. i just look away but they still talk and if i tell the teacher and get moved away they’ll laugh @ me and i’ll feel weak and stuff for not being able to handle it ;-; i’m sorry for ruining your day
option 1: tell the teacher. who gives a fuck what those boys think. you are not weak by removing yourself from the situation, you’re prioritising your comfort and ability to study in peace.
option 2: tell your parents. I don’t know what your relationship with your parents is but if it’s a relatively good one, telling them does not make you weak and they might be able to help you.
option 3: turn around and engage with the boys. if he asks when the wedding is, say may 15th because you always wanted a spring wedding and it gives you plenty of time to plan. if he calls you mami ask him if the only way he can get off is by calling you his mom and whether he has sought help for that problem. if i’m honest, it’s unlikely that this will solve things in the long term but it may die down for a little while.
option 4: punch them. just fucking punch one of them in the face. you’ll likely get in trouble for this but a) it may be worth it, and b) when the teachers ask why you punched them you can tell that they have been verbally abusing you like this and how long it’s been going on. if the teacher then tells you that doesn’t warrant a physical altercation ask them whether they really want to leave you with the lesson that your role in society should always be to sit down and take the abuse, whether they truly feel comfortable teaching you that you’re not allowed to defend yourself. again, a relatively good relationship with your parents is a plus here because your argument is a lot stronger if they back you up. also, a bonus, this will likely end up with you being moved without you having to ask to be moved.