Practice makes…?

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

Ooops. “What was supposed to be a school wide assembly featuring a motivational pep talk turned into an impromptu and explicit discussion on sex acts at Crosby Middle School in Texas,” the National Abstinence Education Association reports.  “Parents were outraged to learn that their young girls were given how-to type information on oral and anal sex.”

Meanwhile, across the pond, our British cousins who have been where we are going are looking for an exit ramp. “School children in England are to be given advice designed to protect them from feeling pressurized into becoming sexually active at too early an age,” the NAEA reports. “The updated curriculum for sex education emphasizes the need to protect children from being ‘bullied’ by a sexualized culture.”

“The guidance promotes ‘the value of delaying sexual experiences.’”

Malcolm A. Kline is the Executive Director of Accuracy in Academia.

 

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