Wisconsin DA threatens to arrest teachers in sex ed programs

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    what a complete assclown. i hope it's an elected, rather than appointed position.

    Madison —* A district attorney is telling Juneau County schools to abandon
    their sex education courses, saying a new curriculum law could lead to
    criminal charges against teachers for contributing to the delinquency of a
    minor.

    Starting in the fall, the new law requires schools that have sex education
    programs to tell students how to use condoms and other contraceptives.
    Juneau County District Attorney Scott Southworth said such education
    encourages sex among children, which is illegal, and could lead to charges
    against teachers.

    The new law "promotes the sexualization - and sexual assault - of our
    children," Southworth wrote in a March 24 letter to officials within five
    school districts. He urged the districts to suspend their sex education
    programs and transfer their anatomy curriculum to a science course until the
    legislature changes the law.

    "Forcing our schools to instruct children on how to utilize contraceptives
    encourages our children to engage in sexual behavior, whether as a victim or
    an offender," he wrote. "It is akin to teaching children about alcohol use,
    then instructing them on how to make mixed alcoholic drinks."


    DA tells schools to drop sex ed, or teachers could be charged - JSOnline
     
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    Madison's our equivalent of a "melting pot" - what do you expect? Nothing good ever comes from there.. :cool:
     
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    People from Wisconsin are sub-humans.
     
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    As opposed to playing doctor on the internet? :eusa_whistle:
     
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    What do you mean "around here"? :evil:
     
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    good for him its a not something the state should interfere in..it is the not their place ,it is an intrusion into a child's development that is personal to the parent and family ..how many people do you really think get pregnant in these times because they.. don't know how a condom works ..I will guarantee you it is a lot less than.. those that do
     
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