SAN DIEGO, California –
California’s school system has something new they’re trying, and it’s causing a bit of controversy.
According to parents at a San Diego school, students in 8-10th grades are being show adult films as part of their sex education classes.
“With the advent of the internet, we know that most of these kids have already logged on and searched for porn before,” said school superintendent Mark Rollins. “We know that this method seems unorthodox, but we have spent hundreds of hours searching through thousands of videos that show the basics of sex without going too far into any specific kink. We don’t want teachers to have to explain golden showers, rimming, or girl-on-donkey, or anything like that.”
Parents, naturally, are outraged, as according to one parent, they weren’t even given the option to opt out of the programs.
“I had no idea that my son Joey was being exposed to P-O-R-N,” said Kathy Meyers, a parent of a 9th grade student. “If I had, I would have pulled him out of this school immediately. Joey already knows that B-A-B-I-E-S are brought by the S-T-O-R-K and that S-E-X has nothing do to with it. That’s a dirty, dirty word, and it has no place in our schools, or even in our H-O-M-E-S.”
On the other hand, most students are extremely happy with their new class schedule, and are excited to continue learning.
“I just really hope the allow us a 10 to 15 minute break after sex ed before we head to our next class,” said Ricky Cutler, 14, and an 8th grade student at San Diego Junior High. “I mean…it’s definitely a stimulating lesson.”