In a San Marcos middle school, students were asked how far they were willing to go sexually, according to ABC 10 News.
On Tuesday, the parents say their eighth grader came home and told them her teacher instructed students to stand under signs labeled “smiled at, hugged, kissed, above the waist, below the waist, and all the way.” The activity was part of a dating lesson in family life and health class. School officials say the goal of the activity was to discuss what is appropriate for dating at the middle school level.
Considering constant stories we hear of teachers found raping, sexually assaulting or sleeping with students, it is not a stretch to think such an activity may or may not have motives besides their educational purpose – which there is none.
Remember this whenever someone tells you how important it is to fund State-run schools. This is what the money goes into, instruction on matters that is none of the school’s business, nor that of the teacher or any other student. The only career such information would be relevant in is stripping and working as a waitress at Hooters.
What business is it of the school to teach what is appropriate for dating at their age? They don’t even know as adults how inappropriate it is to ask underage girls how far they are willing to go sexually.
One of the most misunderstood aspects of public education is that it is means by which the State replaces the parent in their relationship with the child. Schools take it upon themselves to teach students beliefs and values contrary to that of their parents, to question their parents’ beliefs (never the State’s) and to trust the State to care for them. Sex education is simply another way for State values to be imparted on students, often without the parents’ knowledge.
As one former abortionist has admitted, sex education programs are responsible for breaking down relationships between children and their parents.
If you want some fun, check out the comments at the bottom of the story from alleged “students” defending the course material. Instead of asking kids about their sexual courage, perhaps they should ask how if they know how to capitalize, punctuate, and spell correctly.
Some may claim that this is needed because parents won’t teach their kids about sex. Well, they don’t teach them about guns, either, and yet I don’t see them introducing a firearms course anywhere.
If you needed a good reason to homeschool your child, consider this to be one of many.