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The facts in this case are even more revolting than the usual run of stories coming out of the schools in this age of absurdity: a teacher at Winston Churchill (Who Must Be Turning In His Grave) High School in Eugene, Ore., forced his students to write about their sexual fantasies and had earlier required them to identify the classmates with whom they would like to like to have sexual relations. It sounds as if this teacher is using the students as a tool to indulge his own sexual fantasies. Has he or she been fired yet? Of course not.
The Left insists that its introduction of sexual delusions and perversions into public school curricula at the earliest levels is all a matter of mental health: if children aren’t allowed to pretend they’re of the opposite sex and indulge a smorgasbord of other fantasies, you see, the poor dears will be driven to suicide. This is ridiculous on its face, as generations of schoolchildren who actually went to school to learn to read, write, and cipher instead of to learn about LGBTQ and the rainbow flag didn’t end up offing themselves in large numbers, but nevertheless, that’s the way this whole rancid package has been sold.
And so Winston Churchill (Who Would Demand His Name Be Taken Off the Building) High School students were told, according to a Tuesday report in the Washington Free Beacon, to write a “Fantasy Story.” Oh, like science fiction, maybe a journey to Mars or a fictional world featuring cute little furry creatures doing heroic things, a la Lord of the Rings? Nope: this isn’t the 1970s anymore, man! This assignment was designed to “show that you can show and receive loving physical affection without having sex.”
Well, at first glance that doesn’t seem so bad in itself, or at least not as bad as it could have been. It could even be construed as an exhortation to the students to be sexually responsible and not promiscuous, but it was already skirting the edge of propriety and decency to direct the students to write in detail about expressing “loving physical affection.” And it gets worse, as these things invariably do.
Springfield, Oregon’s KEZI reported that the assignment directed students: “You will choose 3 items (romantic music, candles, massage oil, feather, feather boa, flavored syrup, etc.) to use in the story.” What? Feather boas and flavored syrup? Massage oil? Clearly the teacher intended the story to be erotic, even as he or she or xe specified that it must include “NO penetration of any kind or oral sex (no way of passing an STI),” or sexually transmitted illness.
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