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http://eagnews.org/las-vegas-schools-con...turbation/

Quote:LAS VEGAS – School districts across America continue to push the sex education boundaries, seeking to teach controversial subjects to students at younger and younger ages.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the Clark County School District – the 5th largest district in America – is seeking parental input on an idea to “expose students to a lot more a lot earlier.”

Considered changes include education of homosexuality as early as ages 5 through 8, and giving everyone “respect regardless of who they are attracted to.”

School children of that age range would also be taught that “touching and rubbing one’s genitals to feel good is called masturbation.”

School officials began airing the curriculum at “closed-door” meetings of parents that were invitation only.

That didn’t sit well with the ones that weren’t invited and they showed up at the school board meeting to eviscerate the idea.

“You want to teach my 5-year-old how to masturbate?” said parent Julie Butler, according to the paper.

“We certainly should not be teaching five-year-olds that masturbation and pleasuring one’s body is good and that a 12-year-old should know about the very details of anal and oral sex,” another parent said, reports KTNV.

According to Fox 5, parent Ronald Withaeger said to school board members, “‘Masturbation should be done in a private place.’ That’s kindergarten through third grade. You’ve got to be kidding me. There’s no need to know that at that age.”

A high school student told the board, “I think I went through about 20 pages and I couldn’t continue with it because some of the stuff was just too disturbing to me at the age that I am and I’m 17-years-old.”


Sorry, kindergarteners should be playing on the playground, playing with cars, playing with legos, playing with dolls...not worrying about "who they are attracted to" (Mommy or Daddy???) and how to make sure you're private when you rub something that's not ready to be rubbed. GEEZ.

So glad my kids are in private school...although my youngest is now being homeschooled due to some bad experiences he had in said private school and now needs to be caught up educationally. I'm tempted to start homeschooling all of the kids one of these years.

I can't even imagine how it's going to be once MY kids have their own kids. They'll probably have sex rooms in the schools next to the bathrooms by then. Complete with detailed little icon sign on the front and braille underneath.
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#2
http://youtu.be/OCfwVLVP3kw
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
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#3
I'm certainly no expert in such things, but isn't it true that prepubescent child who engages in masturbation generally a victim of sexual abuse, or at greater risk of being abused?

If so, why risk teaching them anything which could confuse the issue, or put them at risk?

I'd say that at the ages they're talking about, sexual education shouldn't deviate further from "your private parts are private, and if anyone wants to touch them or look at them then you need to tell mommy or daddy--or some other grown up--right away."
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Camper;153960 Wrote:I'm certainly no expert in such things, but isn't it true that prepubescent child who engages in masturbation generally a victim of sexual abuse, or at greater risk of being abused?

If so, why risk teaching them anything which could confuse the issue, or put them at risk?

I'd say that at the ages they're talking about, sexual education shouldn't deviate further from "your private parts are private, and if anyone wants to touch them or look at them then you need to tell mommy or daddy--or some other grown up--right away."


I can't find a credible source for this report, and I'm on lunch at work so I don't have much time to spend looking, so I'll assume that it's bullshit until proven otherwise.

However, as to your first question, if you're not an expert, then where would you come up with that? A google search came up with nothing of the sort.

For me, personally, I discovered masturbation LONG before I hit puberty, thanks to the Catholic church telling me that it was wrong to do it.

Justin
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The site cited specific local news stations you can click through for proof. This is a curriculum being discussed which has not quite yet reached an actual school, but it's about to, unless they put a stop to it.

I try my best not to post spoof sites, and to make sure the news is legit. I'm positive this is legit.
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JustinHEMI;153961 Wrote:However, as to your first question, if you're not an expert, then where would you come up with that? A google search came up with nothing of the sort.

I recall reading it years ago. Something about acting out inappropriate sexual conduct and behavior. My ex was a social worker and I used to read her books and studies out of boredom, in addition to helping her study for her license. Plus having young children, I've brushed up on some of the warning signs of sexual abuse because their protection is vital to me and my wife, and we have vested interests in it.

I say I'm no expert on the matter, because I'm not. But that doesn't mean that I'm wrong, I'm simply recalling information I read over a decade ago, and websites and articles designed to help parents recognize the signs. Hence my questioning words such as "isn't" and "if so" Wink.

There are a few others here that have experience in this line of work (mingomom for sure, and I think emoticon and gascolator) so I'm essentially asking the questions hoping that one of them will back me up or correct me.

Quote:For me, personally, I discovered masturbation LONG before I hit puberty, thanks to the Catholic church telling me that it was wrong to do it.

So if they told you how to do it would it have stopped you from doing it? Or was them drawing attention to the activity in any way what got you interested in trying it out for yourself?
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Well, Archbishop Wood Hich School seems to have "Gay Bashing 101" as part of its curriculum...
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gascolator;153964 Wrote:Well, Archbishop Wood Hich School seems to have "Gay Bashing 101" as part of its curriculum...

Because it's so much better to teach 5 year olds they can have sex with the same gender instead....

Personally, I don't think little kids need to even know about gayness, or sex, or any of that. They should still be playing with toys and pretending to be superheroes.

You start messing with yourself at 5, you're going to be doing the real thing by 10-12, having babies by 15, and a grandparent on welfare by 30. More Democrat voters. I guess that's the point.
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Camper;153963 Wrote:
JustinHEMI;153961 Wrote:However, as to your first question, if you're not an expert, then where would you come up with that? A google search came up with nothing of the sort.

I recall reading it years ago. Something about acting out inappropriate sexual conduct and behavior. My ex was a social worker and I used to read her books and studies out of boredom, in addition to helping her study for her license. Plus having young children, I've brushed up on some of the warning signs of sexual abuse because their protection is vital to me and my wife, and we have vested interests in it.

I say I'm no expert on the matter, because I'm not. But that doesn't mean that I'm wrong, I'm simply recalling information I read over a decade ago, and websites and articles designed to help parents recognize the signs. Hence my questioning words such as "isn't" and "if so" Wink.

There are a few others here that have experience in this line of work (mingomom for sure, and I think emoticon and gascolator) so I'm essentially asking the questions hoping that one of them will back me up or correct me.

Quote:For me, personally, I discovered masturbation LONG before I hit puberty, thanks to the Catholic church telling me that it was wrong to do it.

So if they told you how to do it would it have stopped you from doing it? Or was them drawing attention to the activity in any way what got you interested in trying it out for yourself?

The key word there is inappropriate. Except for religious reasons, kids touching and playing with their privates before puberty is perfectly natural and not inappropriate.

Inappropriate would be obsession with it, or trying to have actual intercourse with other kids, or inappropriate use of objects and animals. I have a cite for this, which I'll post when I'm on a computer and not my phone.

For my case, they drew attention to it. I'm glad they did.

Justin
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Perfectly natural, but if it is brought up too early, or in the wrong context, it can become an unhealthy addiction.
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