They Were Using Pizzas To Sickeningly Teach Sex Ed To Small Children, Now Their Parents Are….
The child sex groomers are at it again, this time in Connecticut.
John F. Kennedy Middle School created their own pizzagate scandal by “accidentally” giving out an assignment to 8th graders that asked them to make code words for sex acts using pizza toppings and then build a sex pizza with all their favorite sex acts.
Well, I’d like to remind you that 8th graders are 13 and 14 years old.
The assignment pretends to be about teaching consent but is really just an excuse for creepy adults to encourage underage kids to have sex with each other.
The assignment says: We can use pizza as a metaphor for sex!
When you order pizzza with your friends, everyone checks in about each other’s preferences, right? Some people might be vegan, some might be gluten-free. Others might love pineapple, while others prefer pepperoni. Some might not like pizza at all. If you’re a vegetarian, but your friend is a meat-lover, sharing a pizza is going to bring up a lot of issues. You don’t know who can share pizza with until you ask.
The same goes with sex! You have to check in with your partner(s) and ask for their preferences. Your partner(s) might be comfortable with one sexual activity, but not another. Maybe your partner(s) only want to be touched a certain way, or maybe your partner(s) perfer to use certain language. Or maybe they don’t like or want sex at all. You’ll never know if your wants, desires, and boundaries are compatible with theirs unless you ask.
Students were then given suggestions about how to mix and match their favorite pizza toppings to explain the sex acts they do and do not like. Students were provided an example to get their thoughts started.
“Here are some examples: Likes: Cheese = kissing, dislikes: Olives = Giving oral.”
Then the students were asked to “draw and color your favorite type of pizza. What’s your favorite style of pizza? Your favorite toppings? What are your pizza no-nos? Now mirror these preferences in relation to sex.”
First, only psychopaths like pineapple on pizza. Everyone knows this. Second, Kruiser will never forgive me if I don’t insert a meat-lovers supreme joke here, and third, why in the hell has some “educator” written an assignment that insinuates that 12-year-olds not only want to have sex but sex with multiple partners? Who wrote this? Caligula? Perhaps the educators at this school should stop taking Joe Biden up on the free crack pipes.
The school, having been caught teaching this assignment in school, is trying to make it seem like they never intended to use it at all.
According to the Daily Mail, the district’s health director, Brie Quartin, said, “The incorrect version, as opposed to the revised version of this assignment was mistakenly posted on our Grade 8 curriculum page, and was inadvertently used for instruction to Grade 8 Health classes.” The “correct” version, which Quartin claims was … well, I don’t know. I can’t understand her explanation. Maybe you can decipher this.
She went on to explain that the ‘correct version’ of the assignment would have students work in small groups ‘to craft a pizza with toppings that would make everyone happy/comfortable using nonverbal communication only.’ The students would then be asked to ‘reflect and discuss how thoughts or feelings can be confusing or misconstrued if we rely on nonverbal cues/communication alone.’
The assignment was released in January, and parents took to social media to express their disgust with the pizza and consent project.
A woman named Amanda posted a YouTube video explaining how she would have spoken out about the assignment if the school had hosted their Board of Education meeting in person.
“Since when has it become acceptable for a teacher to ask a student what their sexual wants, desires, and boundaries are?” Amanda (above) asked.
At Tuesday’s board meeting, Jonathan Grande said: “The assignment was crude. It lacked good taste.”
Another parent named Tracy Jarvis said the pizza assignment “is prompting kids to become sexually active before their time. Youth don’t even know how to navigate platonic relationships, so why introduce sexual relationships?”
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