Friday, January 24, 2014

Kansas Middle School Sex Ed Poster On Expressing Affection: Anal Sex, Oral Sex, And Saying "I Like You."

For some unfathomable reason, some parents are upset.
“How do people express their sexual feelings?” the poster read. Underneath the question was a list of possible answers. Some were G-rated, like hugging, holding hands and talking. But there were also some NC-17 answers like “vaginal intercourse, anal sex, touching each other’s genitals, oral sex, sexual fantasy and caressing.”
Since the kids have to be taught exactly what these terms mean, it does seem like parents might reasonably consider this a class in How To.
District spokesperson Leigh Anne Neal told Fox 4 News the poster is part of their abstinence-based health curriculum. However, she said, the poster needed to be viewed in the context of a bigger curriculum.

“The poster that you reference is actually part of our middle school health and science materials, and so it is a part of our district approved curriculum,” Neal told the television station
So: Teaching 13 year old kids this is how people express affection, and it is approved by the district. I still can see how some parents might not get with the program their public servants have put in place.

But I can see how co-ed curriculum study groups could be attractive to the kiddies.

Since the school district officials seem to see themselves as rulers instead of servants, I can also see why home schooling might be preferred by some parents.

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