School Instructs Kids on Oral Sex
- 2010/04/12 16:02:41
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More plugs for home schooling and private schools. If members of congress have their kids in private schools..why can't we....? I can guarantee you if this is taught in my local schools..many kids will be "pulled out"...where will they get their funds then? Why are liberals so enthusiastic about teaching our young about sex?
Teenagers at a Nashville public high school were given AIDS tests without their parents consent and reportedly shown how to perform oral sex – and now at least one parent is demanding answers.
The Hillsboro High School seniors were attending an eight-hour leadership class when representatives from an AIDS education organization demonstrating oral sex on anatomical models.
“It took me by surprise,” Rodrick Glover told The Tennessean. “My daughter thought it was pornography.”
“The sex-education policy says nothing about comprehensive sex,” he told the newspaper. “I am OK with the written policy with an emphasis on abstinence. How far can they go with this?”
The school system released a written statement acknowledging that mistakes were made in the classroom. “We agree some inappropriate information was shared with a small number of students,” said school spokesperson Olivia Brown.
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