Lest you wonder what the teachers unions would do if they were given control over school curriculums:
The U.N. just concluded a two-week feminist jamboree — the Commission on the Status of Women, which is an intergovernmental body that negotiates documents later approved by the General Assembly. The CSW attracts scores of radical feminists — including this time a woman named Diane Schneider, representing the National Education Association. At a CSW panel discussion, Schneider said that “oral sex, masturbation, and orgasms need to be taught in education.” She also said students should not be able to “opt out” of such classes, meaning they should be forced to learn about orgasms against their parents’ wishes.
It’s an interesting situation, to be sure. On the one hand, if the NEA program worked according to plan, the USA would benefit from millions of young women who wouldn’t be educated to go into debt in order to obtain university degrees that would permit them to spend their fertile years making Powerpoint slides, but would be well-equipped to perform on the Internet instead. Which, I have to admit, would be an improvement, if not much of one. On the other hand, given the success with which the public school teachers are presently teaching most students how to read, write, and do math, one has to assume that at least half the female graduates would end up performing inadvertent clitoridectomies before graduation, the rest would end up frigid, and the boys would require Viagra just to get through a Playboy.