Tuesday, June 10, 2014

“Dating Lesson” asks eighth grade girls: How far will you go? Second school shows graphic sex slide show at “sex-ed” class

Parents are fuming after eighth grade girls were asked to publically state how far they would go sexually on a date.  According to press reports, teachers in the Woodland park Middle School in San Marcos, California school had the girls stand under signs indicating their sexual activity.  The signs read “smiled at,” “hugged,” “kissed,” “above the waist,” “below the waist,” and “all the way.”

In a press statement the school defended the class as “opening lines of communication between parents and students about dating expectations.”
In the Pine Valley Middle School, in Pine Valley, California, students were subjected to a slide show on sexual positions and “conception myths.”  One slide showed a woman standing on a man with the message that being “on top” will not prevent pregnancy; another showed a man with bloody hands with the message, “A real man loves his woman every day of the month.”
One wonders where this generation of “educators” comes from. The moral of this story: Watch closely what is happening to your children in school.

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