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Thursday, January 16, 2014


Editor’s Note: The following story contains strong sexual themes that may offend some readers.

A poster asking some Kansas middle school students a sexually provocative question has at least one parent up in arms.

“How do people express their sexual feelings,” the poster asks, before listing “touching each other’s genitals,” “anal sex” and “vaginal intercourse,” among other things.

After seeing the material posted at Hocker Grave Middle School in Shawnee, Kan., Mark Ellis thought it was likely posted by pranksters, WDAF-TV reported. He couldn’t believe school officials would actually expose his 13-year-old daughter to such a question. 



Anonymous said...

Middle school. 12 to 14 year old children.
Liberals feel they are prime targets to seed their immorality.
Liberalism is adopted by deviants that do not have the character or fortitude to live up to basic standards of human decency. They have to lower the bar to justify their weakness and lack of strength.
What's more important to understand about liberals is their incessant need to infect others, especially the young with their sickness which is but another way to justify their lower standards. They are like drug dealers hooking others to substantiate their twisted beliefs.
The poster is just a product of their immorality and it should be considered a criminal offense like buying children alcohol, drugs or molesting them.
It is psychological rape.

Anonymous said...

They omitted "toe sucking". How are these kids EVER going to learn?

Anonymous said...

11:50 - That was immaturely hilarious. You should seriously consider becoming a professional comedian.

Anonymous said...

The Sodomites are also now influencing the government schools.

Anonymous said...

Last I checked most 13 year olds are in puberty at that time and would have natural curiosities about those things. It is a confusing time and some direction is probably helpful.

Contrary to what some people will tell you, sex is not dirty or naughty or something that should be whispered about behind closed doors. It's a normal part of everyones lives, and what better time to start teaching this than when these teenagers are in puberty and will naturally want to know about these things.

I don't understand what all the fuss is about here.

OH, and before all of the false flames of "liberal this and that" which REALLY don't say anything at all, I am a libertarian.

Anonymous said...

To the Libertarian: (11:41 AM)
So you are saying that you have no problem at all trusting a totally complete stranger to enlighten, advise, and direct your child on the singular most important coming-of-age period of their lives? You, sir or ma'am, are certainly NOT a Libertarian.