Monday, October 24, 2011

Mandatory Sex Ed Details May Be Too Racy for Parents: Report




Details about the new sex education curriculum in New York City public schools are out -- and some are concerned the lessons are too racy.
The New York Post obtained workbooks that will be used for the new recommended curriculum, which begins in middle schools and high schools around the city next spring. Parents, they say, may be shocked by details of the work.
Middle school students will be assigned "risk cards" that rate the safety of different activities, the paper says, from French kissing to oral sex.



Here is an example of a current risk card:



Here is an example of my proposed cards:



6 comments:

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  2. Yaaaay ponies. This video was so funny! I hope you publish a book one day, such a way with words haha

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  3. My I will publish one of the scandalous tell all books!

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  4. Blast, the warning card about internet predators
    was too late for me

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