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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Not just for sandwiches any more.

Okay I’ll admit it, I was bored and looking for something to make me less bored, something to spark laughter or anger or disgust, and finally I found an article that sparked first laughter, then anger, and then disgust.

This woman, Janice Shaw Crouse, has an ax to grind with all of us liberals who want to force sex education down the throats of those poor innocent eighth graders, who, by the way, according to her, have never had a sexual thought what-so-ever and would not have a sexual thought were it not for sex education.

She says, “Today, right-thinking adults should be outraged by the recommendation in the latest “comprehensive” sex-education materials from Planned Parenthood that, for “safe” sex, 8th graders should use Saran Wrap as “protection” when engaging in oral and anal sex.”

Okay, I was a little shocked about the Saran Wrap for protection but hey if it keeps a child from getting herpes or aides why not. I searched all over the internet and used several search engines and while I found that Saran Wrap can be used as a protection against HIV and Herpes, and makes a nice wrap for a sandwich, I can not find where it is being taught in sex education classes anywhere. IN fact, I can’t believe that a school would hand out Saran Wrap to any student. Not many adults can keep Saran Wrap from sticking all together so I would be surprised if any eighth grade child in the throes of passion could pull it out, keep it from getting wrinkled all up, then put it on the secondary sex organ to form an adequate barrier. I know a lot of health care people and I doubt any of them would even consider this a good practice for adults let alone kids. She’s reaching here and her slope just got slippery. By the way, Janice dear, where are you sources? I want to go to the site and find these awful people.

She continues, “Why in heaven’s 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? Why talk about oral and anal sex to children, period? The unspoken purpose is clear and has the fingerprints of the gay lobby and NAMBLA all over it. The FBI publishes A Parent’s Guide to the Internet. Note well how it describes the modus operandi of pedophiles: “These individuals attempt to gradually lower children's inhibitions by slowly introducing sexual context and content into their conversations.” And millions of parents are letting so-called sex-education experts do exactly this to their children in the classroom without raising any objection. Unbelievable!”

Now her motives are out. She is trying to connect homosexual men and women with NAMBLA. Now why would she do this? The two have no connection what-so-ever. She has taken an issue, which is really no issue as far as I have found, and used it as an opportunity to point her finger at a group of pedophiles while doing so she brings the homosexual community in as if they can just randomly be thrown in with sexual deviants. She is really sliding now and her true colors are showing.

She rambles on, “distresses me to think that any sane, caring adult would want classroom discussions of casual oral and anal sex to be a child’s 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?
Eighth-grade girls should be learning the basic elements required for successful adult relationships; good manners, social etiquette, the give and take of negotiation and conflict resolution –– how to respect themselves and each other; not how to use and abuse the opposite sex in throw-away, disposable, meaningless, fast-food-type couplings.”

She has nerve to speak about sexism. She is saying that it is the boy who initiates the sex act and is making a big plea for pity for the poor little girls who are innocent and just going to be used by men. What an idiot. It’s true some girls get used but so do some boys and to make a blanket statement that teachers are setting up girls to be used by men and boys is just wrong I tell you just wrong. Her opinion that girls need to learn the skills necessary to be house wives, although she doesn’t come out and say it, should be kept to herself.
If you need a good laugh, check her out.


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