Park Middle School in San Diego asked 8th grade girls to publicly declare how far they would go sexually on a date. This was for a class lesson.
At least one pair of parents is fuming after their eighth-grade daughter came home from school saying that every student in her class had to indicate – publicly – how far they are prepared to go sexually.
The incident happened this week at Woodland Park Middle School in the San Diego, Calif. suburb of San Marcos, reports local ABC affiliate KGTV.
The parents, who don’t want to be named, say their 14-year-old daughter was embarrassed because the teacher in her family life and health class instructed her and all of her classmates to stand under one of several signs. Each sign was labeled with a different phrase.
Some of the labeled signs were innocuous, according to KGTV. These included “smiled at,” “hugged” and “kissed.”
Other signs, such as “above the waist,” “below the waist” and “all the way,” were to varying degrees considerably less innocuous.
“To put them up in front of their friends to be humiliated or to be asked questions that I believe are personal, it’s really none of the school’s business,” one of the peeved parents told the ABC station.