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Should Kids Be Taught About Oral Sex, Bondage, And Vibrators?

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    Parents Protest Sex Education Textbook For Its Explicit Content; Should Kids Be Taught About Oral Sex, Bondage, And Vibrators?

    By Samantha Olson | Aug 10, 2014 12:30 PM EDT

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    Parents are upset by the sex education textbooks their teens will be reading this fall.




    California parents have collected lots of signatures on a petition against a high school health education textbook they deem too racy for the curriculum. The text book was approved for classrooms to replace a decade-old and outdated health book for this upcoming fall, but the parents of Fremont Unified School district don’t want their children seeing the explicit content.


    "The main problem is that this book treats the kids as adults and the content is adult," one of the parents leading the charge against the book, Asfia Ahmed, told the NY Daily News. "For a 14-year-old kid, to introduce him to these things, I don't think it is right at this stage." Ahmed is one of eight parents who are leading the charge to ban the book before their children get their hands on it.


    The online petition was signed by more than 1,700 concerned parents who believe the McGraw Hill “Your Health Today” textbook shouldn’t need to cover oral sex, vibrators, and bondage at such a young and impressionable age. Opening up the book, parents found pages of diagrams of males and females experiencing orgasms through different stages of excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution, and other chapters include sex position and even “atypical sexual behaviors.” It teaches the 14 year olds how to use a condom and where to buy one, and the use of sex toys and bondage.


    "Personally I think the book would be appropriate for maybe 12th grade or the college level. If they are entering college they should be prepared for the things that are in this book," Ahmed said. She also added, previous reports have interpreted her and her fellow parents’ protest incorrectly. They are not against sex education, but are instead questioning the age appropriateness of the textbook.


    The book was selected from six other textbooks and voted under a unanimous decision. The school district voted three-to-two in order to approve its distribution throughout their district’s six high schools, which includes 2,400 ninth-grade students. The 392-page book also includes chapters on nutrition, fitness, stress, body weight and body image, and drugs and alcohol, but it's the sex section that has upset the parents.
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    "Yes, it talks about masturbation," Lara Calvert-York, the district’s school board president, told the San Francisco Chronicle. "We really want them to have a safe place to get facts about their bodies and how to handle things, and how they need to be mature to deal with these things."
    LIFE IS FOR LEARNING...LET THE FOOLS REMAIN STUPID

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    No...
    Kids should be taught that love is the catalyst for creating life and coming together. I truly believe in 98% of all fetish instances that there are psychological reasons why apparatuses and toys and role play is needed to ejaculate or climax.

    All that crap turns me off completely and I would find it insulting if my partner needed that for stimulation

    Mental/physical connection = intimacy and passion in my book

    Chose the right partner and you don't need a thing except
    Him or her to cum like a freight train all night

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Nationals09 View Post
      No...Kids should be taught that love is the catalyst for creating life and coming together. I truly believe in 98% of all fetish instances that there are psychological reasons why apparatuses and toys and role play is needed to ejaculate or climax.All that crap turns me off completely and I would find it insulting if my partner needed that for stimulation Mental/physical connection = intimacy and passion in my bookChose the right partner and you don't need a thing exceptHim or her to cum like a freight train all night
      I could not agree more
      I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the Father, but by Me.
      JESUS THE CHRIST

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      • #4
        Also, commenting on Nats09's post, I just recently got into a little argument in No Bull where a vast majority seems to believe that watching porn with your partner "strenghtens" the relationship...Or even watching porn by yourself while being in a committed relationship/marriage. To me those are all signs that the relatiosnship is in need of something, and that something is not the next porn movie or the next sex toy
        I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the Father, but by Me.
        JESUS THE CHRIST

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        • #5
          Originally posted by RockyIII View Post
          Also, commenting on Nats09's post, I just recently got into a little argument in No Bull where a vast majority seems to believe that watching porn with your partner "strenghtens" the relationship...Or even watching porn by yourself while being in a committed relationship/marriage. To me those are all signs that the relatiosnship is in need of something, and that something is not the next porn movie or the next sex toy
          Offensive and gross to me
          Can you say wrong partner? Wrong premise?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Nationals09 View Post
            Offensive and gross to meCan you say wrong partner? Wrong premise?
            They call it "spicing things up"...what I see is a small crack in the relationship that they are poking their fingers into, thinking that it's ok. They let their minds drift further and further, and ultimately the results can only be destructive for their intimacy. Remember SIN always starts small and seemingly harmless, SIN never announces itself with a loud bang and emergency lights
            I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the Father, but by Me.
            JESUS THE CHRIST

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Nationals09 View Post
              No...
              Kids should be taught that love is the catalyst for creating life and coming together. I truly believe in 98% of all fetish instances that there are psychological reasons why apparatuses and toys and role play is needed to ejaculate or climax.

              All that crap turns me off completely and I would find it insulting if my partner needed that for stimulation

              Mental/physical connection = intimacy and passion in my book

              Chose the right partner and you don't need a thing except
              Him or her to cum like a freight train all night
              Spoken like a born again....something.....

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Beast In The Basement View Post
                Spoken like a born again....something.....
                God has ingrained Himself in all of us, whether we accept Him into our lives or reject Him
                I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the Father, but by Me.
                JESUS THE CHRIST

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                • #9
                  Don't need a textbook to teach a fourteen year old kid about oral. I'm sure at one point he'll be having a drink and some chick will show him how it's done first hand. At that age you don't even really have to be big pimpin or anything.

                  And what's this talk about love in this thread? I don't disagree, but at 14 love ain't got nothing to do it. Don't think anybody is going to really fall in love at 14.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by romant56 View Post
                    Don't need a textbook to teach a fourteen year old kid about oral. I'm sure at one point he'll be having a drink and some chick will show him how it's done first hand. At that age you don't even really have to be big pimpin or anything. And what's this talk about love in this thread? I don't disagree, but at 14 love ain't got nothing to do it. Don't think anybody is going to really fall in love at 14.
                    EXACTLY, NO LOVE---> NO SEX
                    I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the Father, but by Me.
                    JESUS THE CHRIST

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                    • #11
                      NO CHILD SHOULD BE TAUGHT THAT N SCHOOL AT ALL. there was a time when the GODLY PARENTS-A FATHER AND A MOTHER=A CHILD, would explain that to their children. now they r FORCIN' ON THE CHILDREN N THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. AND THEY MUST TAKE THE CLASS OR THEY WILL FAIL. I SAY THAT IS JUST WRONG PERIOD. NO CHILD BE SHOULD FORCED. AND THEIR PARENTS SHOULD TAKE THEIR CHILDREN OUT OF THOSE SCHOOL AND HOME SCHOOL THEM.
                      MY KING OF KINGS

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                      • #12
                        14???? Lol
                        Man alive
                        I was almost 21 when I lost my virginity

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