Monday, November 24, 2014

Does This Conference Make Me Look Like a Pervert?

Seaside, Ore. (CBS SEATTLE) – Controversy is surrounding a sex education conference in Oregon as the event has hosted students as young as 11 years old. The conference gives tips on masturbation, using internet porn and quirky alternatives to sex.
Lesson plans taught at the Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference include tutorials on porn websites, pamphlets on sexting and information about “teledildonics,” or the remote use of sex toys over the Internet, KOIN-TV reports. (CBS Local - Seattle)
This isn't a conference; it's a criminal enterprise.  The pedophiles in teachers' clothing who planned and perpetrated the crimes committed at that conference should be arrested for sexual pandering to children.

This was a conference paid for by the State of Oregon, and school districts are required to send people to it in order to be eligible for certain types of funding. As the article states, school children also attend.  Based on interviews featured in the articles, the criminal activities were probably a very tiny part of the conference, and those who stumbled into them unawares were shocked at the content.

Go read both links and then explain to me why the state of Oregon should not immediately arrest perverts Cory Silverberg and Brad Victor and charge them with sexual pandering to minors and other pedophilia-related charges.

What The Hell is Going On?

This is not an isolated incident.  A little Yahoogling reveals that sex education is getting kinkier and more graphic, taught by degenerate pederasts whose true goal is to get their own rocks off and turn America's youth into like-minded twisted freaks.

What are the origins of this?  How and why did such a fetid nest of satyrs, nymphomaniacs, sodomites and filthy sexual deviants hijack our popular culture and take over our nation's pedagogy? 

I am not a conspiracy theorist, but there must be people with a purpose behind this.

Could someone educate me?  (Please, in the old-fashioned way).

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