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Female College Student Bullied After Taking Photo with Mike Pence

A female college student was bullied because she took a photo with Vice President Mike Pence, according to Fox News.

McKenzie Deutsch, a student at Scripps College in Claremont, California, says her friends think her having taken a photo with Pence “constitutes direct violence and oppression against marginalized groups.”

“Did you manage to ask him why he thinks women are second-class citizens?” one of her peers asked on Facebook, where she uploaded her photo with the vice president and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA). “How many LBGTQ folks do you need to help send to conversion therapy in exchange for reproductive rights from Pence?”

In an op-ed for her school paper, Deutsch wrote that she felt “shunned” by her classmates and professors from expressing her political views at school, so she kept quiet about it. After she privately shared her photo with the two Republican politicians on Facebook, however, her peers took it as a personal offense and started reacting to her.

“Shortly after posting the photo, I began receiving vicious comments and private messages accusing me of not caring about LGBTQ rights and attacking me for getting anywhere near the Vice-President,” she writes. “Close friends and distant acquaintances alike lashed out in fury, subjecting me to lectures, rants, and name-calling — all while ignoring the photo’s plainly apolitical context.”

Deutsch writes that people should be respected for their political views, even if they are opposing.