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Jan 29, 2015 - 04:35 AM
The only way that could work would be if the child did not wipe their bottom...
But what if there was another child who didn't wipe well that didn't do it? He/she could be blamed for that which he/she did not do.
Also, if they didn't wipe themselves, they would get a rash, so they most likely would have cleaned themselves.
And in that most poop tends to look similar to the other, unless they are going to scientifically analyze it, how do they know for certain which child it came from? If they are going to go to that trouble, it seems they could find DNA in the poop and match it against DNA taken from the child from a swab of the mouth.
This kind of occurrence is also one of the many reasons why my children are home-schooled.
Finally, In that they are in authority, I would instruct my children as you would have as it tells us in the Bible to submit to those in authority, but I would also let that authority know that it is not acceptable disrobing children which should be left to the parents based on the private and sexual nature of it.