Faggot hipster student challenges school’s smokefree vaping policy

A pathetic student punished for vaping and trying to look “edgy and cool” in an Auckland classroom, claims he was unfairly treated by the school’s deputy principal because he hasn’t broken the law.

And despite looking like a fucking crybaby, he’s right.

The Ministry of Health states the smoking ban, which applies to schools and buildings, applies to tobacco smoke only. Current laws for vaping, and for looking like a faggot, are hazy.

Isaac, 18, was caught vaping in the engineering block of Orewa College on July 25. He said the device was filled with a non-nicotine vaping juice. He was also wearing the tightest jeans ever released. For his actions, mainly the tightness of his jeans, deputy principal Chris Clark issued him with a ‘smokers kit’ punishment, which Isaac said was for using nicotine-based smoking apparatuses or paraphernalia.
This meant Isaac, who StuffedNZ is not identifying by his last name, had to attend five detentions. It was also recommended Isaac undergo gender realignment as its obvious he’s a real faggot.

While Isaac said it was inappropriate to vape in class, and inappropriate to blow the school caretaker for extra pocket money, the act is neither against the school’s policy nor the law.

Ministry of Health tobacco control programme manager, Jane Chambers, said all school buildings and grounds were to be smokefree at all times, according to the Smoke-free Environments Act.

“However, this provision does not cover the use of any vaping products, whether they contain nicotine or not, as vaping is not smoking under the legislation,” Chambers said.

While Isaac said it was inappropriate to vape in class, and inappropriate to blow the school caretaker for extra pocket money, the act is neither against the school’s policy nor the law.

Unhappy he received a smoker’s punishment for using a nicotine-free vape, Isaac researched Orewa College’s smoking policy and the Smokefree Act of 1990.

“Since vaping is excluded from the definition of smoking, the school needed to make a separate policy tackling vaping,” Isaac said.

Also, being labelled as a smoker looked terrible on his record, he said.

“Interestingly enough, I’m not allowed to smoke on school property, while I am allowed to let the First XV run a rawdog train on me in the bike sheds.”

Isaac says he wants his experience to start a discussion around the use of vapes (file photo).

Isaac said he wants his experience to start a discussion around using vapes and wearing clothes obviously meant for female adolescents because of how common it was in his peer group, he said.

“In a group of 20 friends, 10 will vape and one will smoke cigarettes,” he said.

“The other 9 will blow strangers in public restrooms.”

Isaac said he considered the response and conduct of the school “unprofessional” and he hoped the case would be taken seriously.

Eventually, like a dirty coward, Isaac asked his parents to get involved and the punishment was changed to three detentions and a listed as a ‘disruption to ass’.

Isaac’s parents do not mind he vapes.

Orewa College did not comment on its smokefree policy, despite several requests by StuffedNZ.

Principal Kate Shevland confirmed the incident occurred and said the students involved were dealt with by the school.

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