Even more disturbing (if you think that kind of thing is disturbing) is that these girls were all in grade 9 - they had started this trend during their last year in middle school and the rumours followed them in. It's much safer than anal sex, and if they're only doing it with other grade 8 kids, there's less chance of contracting any STDs, and a ridiculously small chance of getting pregnant. I just toured the website from the link Gawain just gave.
I think it's quite selective here - the whole thing is about warning and trying to protect the unprotectable.
This wouldnt have anything to do with the fact that the sex education lobby in its supposed superior wisdom has been pushing to strip kids as young as kindergarten age of their innocence by insisting that they be taught about every kind of deviant sexual practice long before they are emotionally ready for such information.
Why in heavens name should teachers be providing curious 8th graders with ever more detailed information that is bound to encourage the more adventurous or emotionally needy ones to experiment sexually?
And millions of parents are letting so-called sex-education experts do exactly this to their children in the classroom without raising any objection. It distresses me to think that any sane, caring adult would want classroom discussions of casual oral and anal sex to be a childs introduction to such a powerful drive as sex.
As a woman I am outraged at the idea that anyone least of all, a teacher would want to encourage an adolescent girl to be used in such a blatantly sexist way by either young boys wanting to experiment or older guys looking for someone gullible enough to give them momentary pleasure?
Adding further confirmation of the Lefts disgusting agenda and its callous disregard of childrens well-being, a coalition of organizations from the ideological Left recently mobilized a campaign to stop federal funding for abstinence programs, though abstinence funding is already a minuscule amount of the total federal money allocated to sex education.
The real ideological extremists are those groups who show that they really have not a shred of concern about childrens well-being by pushing programs that encourage risky behavior in the short run that will compromise our childrens long-term future prospects for a good and decent life.Now editing - export_descr_unit.txt, export_descr_unit_enums.txt, export_units.txt, descr_model_export_descr_buildings.txt, export_descr_buildings_enums.txt, export_This is just another one of the many hysterical "culture wars" stories that the radcons put out to keep their base foaming on about liberal perversions. Isn't it much more fun to discover it later on in life, when an individual is mature enough to take it seriously and not as just another game. If you don't know something is doable(have exact instructions, not a bunch of dirty jokes) then chances are heavily that you won't ever do it unles you really push yourself.Once you look into it a bit, there isn't anything to it. Kids that date early and have sex early are liable to take the whole "finding a mate" thing as a big game and end up never settling down. Isn't it much more fun to discover it later on in life, when an individual is mature enough to take it seriously and not as just another game.Nothing could be clearer than the fact that the programs they design, and try to bully parents into accepting, serve only to short-circuit the development of discipline and character formation, and undermine our childrens ability to learn the delayed gratification and self-restraint needed for a productive, happy life.Janice Shaw Crouse, Senior Fellow, Concerned Women for America, writes regularly on social and cultural issues. Kids shouldnt be taught anything about sex in school - be it abstaining from the act or using saran wrap for protection. Janice Shaw Crouse (archive) May 24, 2005 Years ago, the whole country got a laugh out of The Total Womans recommendation that wives occasionally spice things up by greeting their husbands wrapped only in Saran Wrap the clear, flexible plastic film meant to cover food in the refrigerator.