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School Asks Girls to Act Out Lesbian Role-Play for ‘Anti-Bullying Lesson’

Denise McCallister writes at Ricochet.com

“Can I kiss you?” That’s what middle school girls were told to ask one another during an anti-bullying lesson at Linden Avenue Middle School in Red Hook, NY.

The boys and girls were separated, and the girls were told to ask one another for a lesbian kiss while the boys were instructed on how to use a condom and how to tell whether a woman is a slut. They were also advised to always keep a condom in their wallet (something predicted by Rush Limbaugh in one of his parodies about sex education years ago!).

Parents were angry when their daughters were told that it was “perfectly normal for 14-year-old girls to have sex, and there was nothing their parents could do to intervene.”

“I am furious,” said Mandy Coon, whose daughter was in the class. “I am her parent. Where does anyone get the right to tell her that it’s okay for her to have sex?”

Coon told Fox News that her daughter was upset by the classroom lecture and was confused about why she had to ask another girl for a kiss.

“She told me, ‘Mom, we all get teased and picked on enough – now I’m going to be called a lesbian because I had to ask another girl if I could kiss her,’” Coon said.

She said the school told her that the purpose of the lesson was to “teach girls boundaries and how to say no.”

“They also picked two girls to stand in front of the class and pretend they were lesbians on a date,” Coons said.

Looks like the only “bullies” here are the school officials, who will stop at nothing to impose their political and social agendas on the impressionable minds of middle school kids.

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