Is our children learning? Apparently, at an Oklahoma middle school, this is what passes for sex “education”:
— ShannonJoy (@ShannonJoyRadio) October 19, 2017
“I was a little taken aback and disgusted I was like … I was taken back,” said seventh-grade parent Stacy Gough. “I don’t think types of sex that you can have is actually appropriate in a sex education class … he said, ‘Mom, it’s like instead of them telling us how to not do it, it’s like they gave us a road map.’”
The page is now circling around on social media, causing outrage from parents and community members alike.
“That is not something appropriate for children to see,” Jay resident Sharon Squire said. “I am not opposed to them having sex education, but things like this that I just saw, I’m very much opposed to.”
This rightfully outraged parent’s Facebook post has gone viral:
According to Oklahoma’s KWTV News, the superintendent said that the curriculum this “lesson” comes from is being used by several other area school districts.
Well, gee. That’s comforting, isn’t it?
Oh my gosh. This is insane. https://t.co/6I0qUtPodg
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) October 19, 2017
This is completely BS. Complete bullshit.
— USA Vet wife 214 (@MeadowgirlM) October 19, 2017
— sabine münch (@sabinemnch1) October 19, 2017
Are you kidding me
— Ralph Ortega Jr (@boriqua_swagg87) October 19, 2017
?? Lord help us
— •Barbd Wire N Roses• (@BarbdWireRoses) October 19, 2017
Part of the problem is we are simultaneously giving too much info and dumbing it down. Underwear zones. Wtf?
— mommypenny1971 (@mommypenny1971) October 19, 2017
Why do some parents choose to home school…such a mystery.
— marie (@charmantmaries) October 19, 2017