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Parents Outraged After Students at Private School in New York Taught Lesson on ‘Pornography Literacy’

Parents Outraged After Students at Private School in New York Taught Lesson on ‘Pornography Literacy’

“An intersectional focus on mainstream porn”

These students are high school juniors. The parents have every right to be angry.

The New York Post reports:

Columbia Prep students and parents reel after class on ‘porn literacy’

Parents at the posh Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School are outraged they were never told of a fourth “R” being added to the curriculum: raunch.

In addition to the usual reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic, the school this month launched lessons on porn — without informing families or allowing them to opt out, parents fumed.

When juniors at the $47,000-a-year Manhattan school showed up for a health and sexuality workshop, most thought it was “just going to be about condoms or birth control,” a student told The Post.

Instead, it was something called “Pornography Literacy: An intersectional focus on mainstream porn,” taught by Justine Ang Fonte, who’s the director of Health & Wellness at another elite prep school, Dalton.

The often-explicit slide presentation and lecture by Fonte to the 120 boys and girls included lessons on how porn takes care of “three big male vulnerabilities”; statistics on the “orgasm gap” showing straight women have far fewer orgasms with their partners than gay men or women; and photos of partially-nude women, some in bondage, to analyze “what is porn and what is art.”

Fonte’s presentation, some of which was seen by The Post, included a list of the most searched pornographic terms of 2019, including “creampie,” “anal,” “gangbang,” “stepmom” and more.

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This is merely the next logical step in the never-ending liberal campaign to a) Make money off of everything and b) sexualize everything.

Soon, they will be asserting that this sort of “education” is a basic human right and demanding federal money to help them put it in every school and TV show everywhere.

Is there a statistical basis for asserting an influence of “white supremacy” in this area of scholarship? I would not know, because I have never explored the subject area.

Antifundamentalist | May 24, 2021 at 8:58 pm

At this point, the only “safe” educational space is in the home. Even private schools have lost all sense of propriety.

Pepsi_Freak | May 25, 2021 at 11:58 am

Didn’t there used to be some law about making porn available to minors?

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