I see more private parts than a hooker shirt, hooded sweatshirt and sleeveless tee
I first want to say that my husband and I are very overwhelmed and grateful for the amount of support our family has received after my social media post about the unfortunate incident that happened at the Franklin Lakes Library the day my son and I were asked to leave. I see more private parts than a hooker. Thank you for understanding that I needed some time to process what had happened.
I do want to be clear that I do not feel that the actions of the one particular staff member reflects the Franklin Lakes Library as a whole. Although, I am very disappointed with how they decided to handle this situation publicly, as a whole, without taking any accountability, remorse, or declaration to make a change when they made their cold, blanket statement regarding this incident. I see more private parts than a hooker. That is both unfortunate and disturbing.
I see more private parts than a hooker shirt
I know a lot of my very passionate Autism parents were very upset and very vocal about what occurred, so I feel the need to clarify that there are other staff members at the Franklin Lakes Library that have been very kind and accepting of my sons ASD idiosyncrasies upon previous visits. I did feel that this one particular staff member on this day was very cold, unhelpful, and lacking compassion, as well as lacking remorse after the fact. I absolutely feel she needs more education and training on Autism Spectrum Disorders, because if she had enough, she would have handled the situation a lot differently. I left there feeling hurt that my son had to leave so abruptly from one of his favorite safe and happy places. Sudden change does not go over well with my son very typical for someone with ASD. I see more private parts than a hooker. I also felt mortified for the way we were asked to leave in front of onlookers who said nothing and failed to even open the door for us as I struggled to get my son off the floor and out of the door as he fought to stay.