Comment: Mostly BS, but partly true

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Mostly BS, but partly true

Here's the Poughkeepsie Journal's article about it:

There is also a link there on the left hand side of the page to a "Linden Avenue flier" that appears to be the handout given to the 8th graders.

According to the article, parents are furious that they were not notified in advance. Also, the principal says it was about saying no to unwanted advances. Still, I consider teaching that my job as a parent, not the school's or anyone else's. And if I want my 13-yr old daughter to learn the vocabulary on that handout, that should be up to me, too.

Although this "lesson" looks really inappropriate, I think the OP's title is misleading. It did get me to read and dig further, though.