Monday, September 19, 2011

Andrei My girlfriend has a thing called a clitoris

"I have learned that my girlfriend has a thing called a clitoris. I really want to play with it.

Is that okay?"

The answer was: "Yes, if you ask her and she's okay with it."
The most important thing for a human beings welfare and happiness is good quality relationships.

And the most important adult relationship is that between a man and wife - it is a beautiful thing if it flourishes. But for it to flourish takes work and commitment.

And what we should be teaching our children is how to develop that special, wonderful and lifelong relationship not how to put condoms on black plastic penises

Have you ever noticed that the loudest proponents and Sex Education are usually repulsive and unattractive women?

Do you think that "sex ed" might actually be their spiteful way of taking revenge on our innocent children?

8 comment(s):

Redbaiter said...

Sex education of other people's children is a not a matter that teachers should ever have been concerned with, but its only the tip of the iceberg in terms of the state usurping parental rights.

Its not now just a question of saying no to this particular issue, but confronting the whole concept that the state should act as de facto parents.

The battle was won by the left decades ago. The task now is to rise up and re-confront them and defeat them and regain all that lost ground.

Not easy but it has to be done.

Psycho Milt said...

One is left to await the follow-up question:

"I have learned that my girlfriend will smack me in the face if I ask to play with her clitoris. Is that OK?"

Lucia Maria said...

More parents should be withdrawing their children from sex-education. Many are far too passive about this.

Redbaiter said...

Lucia- The passivity of NZers is what has allowed the left to make such easy meat of this country.

Milt- why would she smack him? Her teacher has told her (and her boyfriend) its quite OK.

Lucia Maria said...

"Milt- why would she smack him? Her teacher has told her (and her boyfriend) its quite OK."

Red, you're spot on, there. It would take a very strong willed, plus well parented young girl to react appropriately here. There are a huge number of teenage girls who feel pressured into sex, and this sort of "Education" just exacerbates that problem.

JJ said...

Its damn well disgusting thats what it is. But is anyone really surprised that in a country where your teenage daughter can be taken to an abortion clinic without your knowledge, let alone consent that this sort of depravity is occuring? I am glad that my children are in a catholic school that doesnt teach this sort of nonsense. My oldest son did his form1 and 2 years at a state intermediate school and when they started sex-ed suddenly he was coming out with all kinds of stuff, but not in a healthy way at all. So we put an end to that, and will be making sure his younger siblings do their entire schooling at a catholic school.

Psycho Milt said...

Milt- why would she smack him? Her teacher has told her (and her boyfriend) its quite OK.

Teachers can say what they like - most people are capable of figuring out that clumsy teenage boys grabbing your more sensitive body parts and trying to "play" with them isn't an appealing prospect.

Of course, JJ's kids won't know what a clitoris is, which solves the problem nicely - as long as they never talk to other kids or see any porn...

Andrei said...

How many kids know what the uvula is PM?

And does it matter that they don't know?

Really what is important is the way children are taught to relate to each other particularly members of the opposite sex because long term human bonding is the KEY and sex ed as taught, is inherently destructive to this

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