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Mother's fury at school teaching her daughter, 8, about m**********n (www.dailymail.co.uk)

The mother has told of her outrage after Year 4 pupils at the Coleshill Primary School, in Birmingham, were shown the risqué video during a sex education lesson.

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Deus In Absentia
Deus In Absentia
2 months ago

The reason ya’ll hate sex education so much is because it gives people the vocabulary to express if something happens to them.

That’s why when men in Quiverfull families molest their daughters or sisters they get away with it because the girls lack the ability to express what is happening.

If they know about biology they can get you in trouble plain and simple.

Easily_Remembered
Easily_Remembered
2 months ago

You simple minded hypocrite. You say this, but probably ignore or deny the Hunter Biden laptop / cloud leaks, or Ashley Biden’s journal describing “inappropriate showers” with her father Joe. Go back to your cult – you’re not wanted nor needed here. Another childless weirdo obsessing about getting to talk sex or show their genitals to the children of others – go burn in hellfire

Venus in Flames
Venus in Flames
2 months ago

fake news groomer, go defend josh Duggar you sick freaks you want girls powerless so they can’t tell on their fathers abuse happens most in the family

ceetruth
ceetruth
2 months ago

You’re shortsighted, and completely oblivious to the point. The point is that this doesn’t belong in the public, govern funded classrooms of prepubescent children. There is no level of maturity or wisdom in these public schools to properly educate children at such an age. It’s 2022, and we don’t live in a time of virtue and understanding. I remember reading philosophy dialogues where even the children had a great grasp of their rational faculties, but in this day and age, the children don’t have that grasp on rationality conducive to them formulating a healthy worldview at such a young age, ESPECIALLY since our society is HYPERSEXUALIZED and our schools are teeming with gender and sexuality ideologists.

I didn’t learn about sex ed in school until I was in 6th grade, 11 to 12 years old. Even then, they never discussed being “horny” or “sexual desires” or “m**********n”. They strictly taught us the biology of it, without alluding to the sexual function as something pleasurable or perverse. That was a time when none of this gender crisis was prevalent, and society was nowhere near as sexualized as it is today.

Even so, a girl at that age definitely has the ability to express abuse if her parents give her a lighthearted education regarding which parts of her body are “no touch” zones. I’ve observed this knowledge in my nephews of 3 and 5 years old. Although, at 8 years old, even with a detailed biological knowledge regarding sexual reality, a girl may still not speak up for a variety of reasons. Don’t act as if every 8 year old has the awareness and ability to speak up even if they assimilate such a knowledge.

Hope
Hope
2 months ago

In the ’90s I grew up seeing commercials of Chucky Cheese “Where a kid can be a kid”

Now-a-days, is this even a thing anymore, a kid being a kid?????

CajunGirl
CajunGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Hope

I homeschooled mine and encouraged them to be kids. I would tell them to go play outside and get dirty! We would stargaze or look for fireflies. Play with dolls or whatever toy they were into. And until they were old enough to understand, I tried to keep them away from things too mature for them.
So, to answer your question, yes! Some kids are still allowed to be kids!

transilvia
transilvia
1 month ago

Bit strange here, it looks more feministic crap because it was a boy that is been mentioned to m********e, and yes sure a little girl was then shocked by it?
Maybe next week teach the girls about their tootsie whootsie?