|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on May 20, 2013 at 2:00 PM|
We have learned that a Danish exchange student was sent home from Gay Mills in Wisconsin because she had sex with a male student.
It seems that this remote state has some kind of laws against youth having sex when they are 17 years of age.
We must demand that our central government over in Copenhagen make legislation which forbid students from becoming exchange students in countries and areas where they cannot have sex and drink alcohol like normal people.
This young girl risked arrest and deportation because two irresponsible firms called CETUSA and Explorius didn't do their job good enough. While it will impossible to put them out of business as they so rightfully deserves, our politicians should put a ban on any youth aged below 18 or 21 if the local laws dictates a higher age limit for a normal teenage activity.
In the long run a reduction in the number of exchange students will be beneficial for our society.
Life as an exchange student is not worth it (Blog entry)