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Chicago Schools Teaching Anal Sex To 5th Graders, ‘Use Lots of Lube and Enter The Anus Slowly’

Parents at an elite, magnet elementary school in Chicago were “horrified” when they saw the “obscene” sexual education materials their fifth graders would be learning. The curriculum included condom demonstrations and discussions of anal sex.

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Andrew Jackson Language Academy (AJLA) hosted several parent workshops during report card pickup on Wednesday, including a meeting on Chicago Public Schools’ (CPS) sex ed curriculum. Parents were given a binder that included the materials and topics that would be discussed, including the benefits of female condoms for extending sex and increasing pleasure, the use of lubrication and how to insert condoms into the anus for anal sex.

The chairwoman of the Local School Council, Angela Bryant, has two children who attend AJLA, which has 565 students. She called the way the information was to be presented to students “appalling,” “obscene” and not age-appropriate.

“The curriculum is appalling,” Bryant told DNAinfo. “The language to me was the most offensive part initially. Pop and lube, lube lube, and those kind of things. … [It] serves to rob many of our children of their innocence.”

 

“The language for me is very much concerning to me as a parent. The content goes beyond what I feel is age-appropriate for a fifth-grader,”she added. Fifth graders are usually between 10 and 12 years old.

Many parents told WMAQ that, although they support sex education, the material went too far for elementary school students.

“Sexual awareness, OK ‒ but how to use a condom, and that it was going to be shown how, is a little bit extreme,” said parent Tamara Gear.

It definitely gets to an inappropriate level, things I wouldn’t even discuss in my own personal life,” AJLA parent Rachel Gigliotti said.“Sex with a condom, sex without a condom, sex with lube ‒ things that no sixth grader should ever be exposed to.”

“To tell my 5th-grader, who’s still into ‘Little House on the Prairie,’ that it’s OK to have safe anal sex ‒ I’m sorry. That’s just not appropriate,” another parent, Amy Miller, told WBBM.

Source: RT

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