‘Not a Monster:’ Teacher Helps Student Get Secret Abortion on Murder Mystery Series

Peacock’s new series One of us is lying The finale to the double-episode final ended with a bang. A student’s killer was gunned down. But there were more than two lives lost, as it was also revealed that a teacher (who is labeled a “good person” and “the opposite of a killer”) helped one student (who is “not ashamed”) get a secret abortion behind her parents’ back.

One of us is lying A teen murder mystery, this is based upon the novel by Karen M. McManus. Simon (Mark McKenna), a high-school student, dies of a peanut allergy during his detention. He was being held after someone secretly added peanut oil to his coffee. The five students serving detention with him become prime suspects and band together in a “murder club” to find the real killer. It’s worth noting that, although the show centers around teens, it’s not at all appropriate for teen viewing due to extremely foul language, drugs, and rampant gay and straight sex.

The season is nearing its end, and the students suspect Ms. Avery, their teacher, who was responsible for the detention. They learn from Simon that he had threatened to reveal a secret to them. The Gossip Girl look Blog.

When Addy (Annalisa Cochrane), who is one of the five suspects, confronts her friend Vanessa (Sara Thompson) as to why she was seen at Ms. Avery’s house, Vanessa first claims she was getting extra help with her studies. But after further discussion, Vanessa admits Ms. Avery helped her get an abortion and even paid for it so Vanessa’s parents wouldn’t find out:

Vanessa Addy had an abortion.

Addy: What is it?

Vanessa: Because she is a great person, Ms. Avery was also there. She is like the antithesis of a serial killer. I don’t mean that unless your parents are my parents. We’d both be baby killers if they discovered.

Ms. Avery While I understand what my peers think about me, it doesn’t make me a monster. My students are my priority.

Addy, Vanessa, it’s so very sorry.

Vanessa: When I attempted to skip I was caught by her and told her that I needed to see a doctor. She thought it was a lie because I’m usually lying. Then she told me she would have to call my parents and check my story. So I panicked. She broke down and asked me everything.

Ms. Avery Vanessa needed my help, so I broke school rules by helping her.

Bronwyn: Which school rules are you following?

Vanessa I was able to make an appointment for a great doctor thanks to her. Then she took me there. She held my hand as I waited. My parents never knew that she had paid for the service.


Vanessa: Addy: Even complete sexies can feel, Vanessa. This is something you should be aware ofIt is. Let me be clear, I don’t feel ashamed of what I did. Just because Ms. Avery was kind to me, I do not want her to be punished.

Vanessa, Vanessa was being rude to you. Helping an underage student undergo an abortion behind her parents’ backs and then leaving her with said parents who are responsible should any complications arise, is not what a “good person” would do. That baby was the parents’ grandchild, which means the parents should have been involved in the decision-making process, not some teacher who had no regard for the baby’s life.

This is not a true story. However, such situations are very common. Rumours circulated that my high school’s liberal teacher often encouraged students to have abortions. My children attended school in Loudoun County, VA where parental rights in general are at serious risk right now. It certainly doesn’t help matters when Hollywood portrays teachers who defy parental rights as heroes and the parents as villains as this show has. It is not surprising that parents protest at schools board meetings across the country and are standing for their rights.

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