Didn't man-hating Oprah just guarantee parents of students in her African school for girls that this kind of stuff wouldn't happen again:
Oprah Winfrey's boarding school in South Africa has been hit with a second sex scandal since opening two years ago.
The News quoted from a South Africa newspaper that reported one 15-year-old had urged her victims to lie to investigators about what happened. Others were accused of trying to entice students at the all-girl academy into lesbian encounters, the News reported.
A Winfrey spokesperson confirmed the girls' suspension to the News, but was mum on details.
The incident is the second sexually-related scandal to rock the $46 million school, which Chicago-based talk show host and media mogul Winfrey opened in Jan. 2007 to educate poor South African girls who showed strong academic potential.
Just 10 months after the school opened, the school's dorm matron, Virginia Makgobo, was accused of sex abuse and other charges involving 15 girls. She will appear in court in June, according to the News.
Winfrey, a victim of sexual abuse herself, wept on air when discussing the scandal at the time. In response, she gave out her cell phone number to every girl at the academy and fired the school's headmistress.
Will Oprah have to dedicate another show to her troubled school so she can cry on TV and make people feel sorry for her--all so this latest school sex scandal goes away? Or will the same Ms. Winfrey, who promotes the idea of women leaving men for women in her magazine, be called out by the national media for the blatant signs negligence and aloofness she's shown towards her girls-only school. Maybe too, some journalist with balls can exploit this story and do a feature on how plenty of studies have shown that the liberal idea of single-gender schools are not only sexist, but do not work. But I doubt all that, as that would be asking too much of a leftist media that worships Her Royal Highness Winfrey's ass every chance it gets. Plus, the idea of women abusing women would surely go against Oprah's longstanding campaign that says only men do that kind of stuff.