Juneau Schools Teach Students To Be Horny Criminals
What's this world coming to? First porn stars might run for Congress, and now there's sex education in our schools. And that's when the whores come in.
Before we get to that point, the district attorney in Juneau,
Alaska Wisconsin, would appreciate it if the teachers in the district would stop teaching the kids how to have sex, use condoms and become criminals.
This hurts Juneau DA Scott Southworth more than it hurts us. Had only we known about the lube!
"Forcing our schools to instruct children on how to utilize contraceptives encourages our children to engage in sexual behavior, whether as a victim or an offender. It is akin to teaching children about alcohol use, then instructing them on how to make mixed alcoholic drinks."
That was his dead serious message to teachers.
No. No it's not akin. The word you meant to use is not "akin." Perhaps "not akin." That would be acceptable usage.
Alcohol is illegal for people under 21. Sex is not generally punishable by law for high school students, and the age of consent is 16 years old
with a three-year window of wiggle room. It's all right here in the statute (link updated to ensure this is Wisconsin, not Alaska), which the DA probably has memorized and can easily be explained to the students.
Here's a better metaphor: wood shop class is perfectly legal, as is learning how to saw a block of wood in half, but if you saw your lab partner's hand off ... then that's a crime. We better not teach wood shop anymore. (Do schools still teach wood shop?)
But Southworth does graze, if not raise, a valid point. Knowing about sex as it pertains to the law might be just as important as how not to get AIDS or babies.