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Grape Jelly vs. K-Y jelly

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http://releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=56159


SIECUS and the CDC have a record of recommending curricula with extremely graphic content such as the use of grocery items like grape jelly being used as lubricants (Becoming a Responsible Teen), condom relay races, condom practice and fantasizing during classroom time, a homework assignment to go shopping for condoms, and how-to instructions for oral sex (Becoming a Responsible Teen, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Get Real About AIDS). Focus on Kids, a curriculum for 9-15-year-olds, assigns teens to create a list of ways to be close to a person without having intercourse, including, "body massage, bathing together, masturbation, sensuous feeding, fantasizing, watching erotic movies, reading erotic books and magazines.
:roll: what does one say to support such nonsense
 

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Hahaha. Man I wish MY sex ed classes were like that. Would have been alot more entertaining.
 

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If my kids were "to create a list of ways to be close to a person without having intercourse, including, "body massage, bathing together, masturbation, sensuous feeding, fantasizing, watching erotic movies, reading erotic books and magazines, I think I'd raise a stink with the school.
I am as liberal as they come , but pushing minor kids into adult activities, which they try to do anyway, is just giving them carte blanche.
I would much prefer my kids know about their own bodies, explore themselves on their own before going out to practice buying condoms and making ridiculous lists.
Bathing together??? I don't think so.... How to for oral sex? I know of kids doing it in 7th and 8th grade-I worked with them. I also gave them hell for it.
What better way to show a 14 year old boy you like him than to wrap your metal filled mouth around his boyhood. Think kids care about cold sores(herpes I which can become Herpes II this way), strep infections, STDs?
I would assume parents have to sign off on this...I wouldn't.
 

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College is not the same thing. Courses are elective, first off. And, except for a few early starters at 17 or so, age of adulthood is 18.
Teaching these kinds of 'choices' has no place in elementary school or even high school. It's pretty well agreed kids at those ages know OF this, but it's crossing a line making it part of a curriculum.
 

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Aryan Imperium uses KKK-Y jelly...:cool:
 
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ngdawg said:
College is not the same thing. Courses are elective, first off. And, except for a few early starters at 17 or so, age of adulthood is 18.
Teaching these kinds of 'choices' has no place in elementary school or even high school. It's pretty well agreed kids at those ages know OF this, but it's crossing a line making it part of a curriculum.
I was merely pointing out the degradation of our education system as a whole. Besides, educating kids on safe sex (despite the unorthodox methods exampled in the first post) is quite a bit different than offering a class on the glorification of unrealistic sex that is pornography. And requiring the submission of a student made porn as a final grade?!?

It's noteworthy that these courses exist in the far left states.
 
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