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Parents in Eugene, Oregon are raising concerns about a shocking homework assignment from Churchill High School.
Their children were instructed to write a short story depicting a sexual fantasy involving feather boas, romantic music, massage oil and flavored syrup.
The youngsters had to “write a short story of a paragraph or two […about] a sexual fantasy that will have NO penetration of any kind or oral sex (no way of passing an STI).” The assignment tells students to pick three items to use in their story, and gives examples of romantic music, candles, massage oils, or flavored syrup. It summarizes the assignment by saying, “Your story should show that you can show and receive loving physical affection without having sex.”
What in the name of Mrs. Butterworth was that school district thinking?
It’s not the first time that students had been exposed to inappropriate lessons. Earlier this year they had to write the initials of classmates they would consider having sex with.
Oregon Live reports the teacher, Kirk Miller, assigned kids a lesson titled, “With Whom Would You Do It.”
“My daughter was very, very, very uncomfortable in the classroom,” dad Justin McCall told television station KEZI. “Especially when [the teacher] put up the generated spinning wheel, and it had anal penetration and oral sex up there. Her and her best friend did not participate in that. But they still got graded.”
Parent Katherine Rogers told the newspaper the assignment was to: “List on the handout the initials of a male or a female that you would do each activity with. You may use the same person for multiple activities.”
“What are we promoting?” Rogers asked. “What is an adult doing with this information?”
“The district reviews these curriculums before they get approved, right?” she asked. “Did they actually read this? If this was reviewed, how did it slip through the cracks? I could see this easily becoming a national scandal.”
The school district says the perverted lesson was part of approved curriculum, but it has since been pulled from the classroom.
That’s all well and good, but the issue is who put it there in the first place? And why is that person still employed with the district? And why hasn’t the teacher been charged with crimes regarding the distribution of sexually explicit material to minors?
As I wrote in my book, “Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left From Killing a Nation,” our nation’s public schools have become infected with sex and gender perverts who are radically indoctrinating American school children.
All that to say if your kid’s homework assignment involves a tub of Crisco, Barry White music, and a bottle of Mrs. Butterworth’s — you might want to consider homeschooling.
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