Thursday, May 18, 2006

Wisconsin Parents Mad About School S*x Survey

NOTE: I have replaced some letters in the following story with *'s so my blog will not come up if someone searches for websites containing those particular words.

A questionnaire given to about 400 Port Washington, Wis., High School students about s*xual preference has prompted some parents to demand corrective measures from school officials, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

The survey, approved by two teachers but never reviewed by the principal, asked questions such as, "If you have never slept with someone of your same gender, then how do you know you wouldn't prefer it?"

The assignment was intended to accompany the h*m*s*xual-activist sponsored "Day of Silence," when g*y and l*sb**n students bring attention to their s*xual orientation under the guise of eliminating discrimination.

Principal Duane Woelfel called the survey inappropriate and said it violated school policy, which requires parental notification for such topics.

"We were extremely concerned when we found out about it," he said. "We're going to make sure that it doesn't happen again."

The incident is still under investigation, though, and officials have yet to decide if the two teachers will be disciplined.

Lisa Krier, a parent of a Port Washington High student, called the survey a form of s*xual harassment and said she expects the teachers who are responsible to be punished.

"If somebody doesn't call them on it," she said, "it will continue."


sagerats said...

Thanks for sharing the story! That's just ludicrous. Wake up people! The scary thing is, it was proabably only a handful of parents who were upset.

Abiding in the Vine!

jammyphoto said...

Thanks for the reminder, once again, why our kids are out of pagan, uh.....I mean public schools.