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Monday, June 21, 2010

The New "3 R's"...

...Will be "rubbers, restraints and rectum stretching". Just wait, it doesn't end here.

Found via Creative Minority Report on Fox Radio News;

A New England school district has approved a measure that will provide free condoms to elementary school students and direct teachers not to comply with parental wishes to the contrary.

The policy, unanimously approved by the Provincetown School Committee does not include an age limit — meaning children of any age ask for — and receive — free condoms. (Unanimously approved?)

The committee also directed school leaders not to honor requests from any parent who might object to their child receiving condoms. In other words mommy and daddy — you don’t have a right to prevent your 7-year-old from getting a contraceptive device. (So my kid won't even get an aspirin without my knowledge & consent. But he can get what it takes to start banging Suzy with greater assurance she won't get preggers. Terrific.)

The policy does stipulate that kids must consult with a nurse or trained counselor before getting their sexual protection – and that upset some of the committee members, according to the Provincetown Banner. (Stop there. What kind of "trained counselor"? Who has been determined and how to have greater ability to judge my child's development?)

“I can see some kids opting out because of the conversation. I’m not against [the policy]. I’m just trying to put myself in that teenager’s spot,” said committee member Carrie Notaro. (Guess she'd like a big bowl of them placed in the kid's lavatories.)

“I don’t like that students can’t be discreet about this,” committee member Shannon Patrick told the newspaper. “They have to go and ask for it. I’d rather them not have the conservation [with counselors] and have the condom than not have the condom.”

School superintendent Beth Singer supported the instruction aspect of the rule – explaining that younger boys and girls might not be experienced in such adult matters.

“We’re talking about younger kids,” she told the newspaper. “They have questions they need answered on how to use them, when to use them.” (This woman is serious too. Seriously stating that a 12 year old needs instruction on how to put on a rubber. No thought about the inappropriate age, uh-uh. Just make sure Johnny or Mary knows how to wrap that rascal.)

Reaction has been mixed on newspaper websites. One reader opposed to t he measure wrote, “A condom distribution policy at the elementary school? Twelve-year-old kids need condoms? When I was 12, I thought a peck on the lips was something.” (Holding hands was my limit. That's what Catholic schools would do for ya back then. I don't mean that as a bad thing either. At twelve I was more into the Hardy Boys than Playboy.)

Another reader wrote, “Stupidity exists everywhere. Why not just give the kids free needles while we’re at it?” (Watch it, that'll be coming soon.)

However, a supporter of the measure praised committee members.

“If the kids really are sexually active that young these days, then they absolutely should have access to condoms. Sure, it’s demoralizing to think of 11 and 12-year-olds starting at that age, but if they are, they’re not going to stop.” (I hope whoever wrote that is off-the-charts gay, it'll cut down on the likelihood of their having offspring.)

4 comments:

Arby said...

And they continue to wonder why more and more people homeschool. When school districts decide that their judgement supercedes that of the child's parent, society has meandered way off course. It's beyond time to stop participating in public education in Provincetown.

ignorant redneck said...

Homeschooling and independant Catholic schools--otherwise they will try to make your kids think you're nuts because you don't want them to play sluts and satyrs in grade school.

They want our kids to have sex, because it has been demonstrated that illicit sexual activity divides kids from their faith. (The research was done on college kids, but the principle should still apply)

And people say this sort of crap isn't satanic.

Mary Ellen/Nunly said...

I'm happy that my kids are finally out of the public school system, but I do worry about my grandkids. To make it worse, my daughter who now lives in PA is planning on moving to MA in a few months and my grandson is going to be going into 8th grade. That kid is so innocent when it comes to girls and I'm afraid that he will get an education on sex way before he's ready.

I know I sound old when I say, "back when I was a kid..." but when I was 12 the only concern I had was whether I would be able to roller skate at the rink without falling on my face in front of David Pryzbylski who I was sure had crush on me (he did...found out when I was in high school). Just holding hands while roller skating was a big deal back then when you were 12!

Oh...I went to Catholic school, so maybe things were different in the public schools at that time.

MightyMom said...

bet most 12 yr olds will think they make great water balloons....and the first time a teach sees rubbers used as water balloons on themselves they'll be irate and charge the kid with sexual assualt.

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