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Sex ed teachers. Plat the Pedophile
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Okay, well, I’m in High school so I’ve taken sex ed before. But, our health teacher is a total pervert so he decided that the main focus of health class will be sex ed.

He’s a sexist pig. Actually announced to the class that woman are, “according to the bible” made to serve men. (Which is a total manipulation of what the bible -really- says. Anyone who’s studied the Christians holy book knows that the bible says a man is meant to serve his wife, and a woman her husband.) He also enjoys to tell us about his personal and intimate relationships with his wife; moreover, he’s made sure we know -everything- about him. From when he first “touched himself” to his personal fetishes. The guy should be fired, especially sense he announced to the class (of mixed sex I might add) that he “Sometimes gets aroused while teaching.” He actually used more…vivid terminology, but I would hope to keep this thread from getting as vulgar as he does.

Anyway, this guy has taken the chance not only to satisfy his own pedophile fantasies but also to try and teach us his views -are- right. I’m a Christian, so I support abstinence until after marriage. Its my personal belief on the matter. But this guy is teaching it at school! I looked it up online and apparently this is a big thing! Why in the world should a school be allowed to teach kids that abstinence is right? I mean, that’s a matter of religious beliefs isn’t it? I understand teaching that it is safe, but he’s gone out and said, “It’s how you should be!” People like this abuse their position as a mentor to young children and place their personal beliefs into our youths!

Apparently there are also a few schools that actually oppose abstinence. They teach children that they should, “experiment with their bodies.” As I said I’m very far from this belief, but rather or not I agree with it I don’t think people should teach things like that. Shouldn’t sex ed be taught from a neutral point of view? I think we need to be educated about it but come on!

Then the next thing. Is it just me or are some of these schools that support abstinence exaggerating the risk of getting STDs. I know they are becoming more and more common, however my sex ed teacher recently said something that amounted to “If you have sex you are going to get STDs beyond a shadow of a doubt.”

Also, he had a girl in the class go get a tampon and bring it to me. He then asked me to stand up in front of the class, most of which are females, and “demonstrate how to use it.” (I told him to bend over so I could. Got kicked out for a while on that one.) That was humiliating. Should teachers be allowed to do things like that? The girl was very…open with sexuality so she was fine, but I’m completely shy. I’m not comfortable learning about my body, much less the feminine hygiene necessities of some chick’s body! Most of all I don't like being brought up to the front of a class and handed something that I have no idea how to use. (Anyway, should't he be teaching me things I need to know? Why in the world would I need to know how to use something like that!? I'm a dude!)

Lastly he went in talking about this T birth control thing. According to him its an “automatic abortion birth control system.” He said he was going to go over his beliefs on it, but then a girl stood up and said, “I’m on that!” and so he shut up.

Am I the only one who thinks this wanna-be evangelist, sexist, pedophile needs to be fired and kept away from children? I say register him as a sex offender. Something else, I really hate guys like that. They give Christians a bad name. Who the heck are they to go around telling people what’s right and wrong? Educating young children to believe things that their parents may want to raise them against!

In any case I think sex ed should be something parents teach their children. Its necessary to be taught, but I don’t think a mixed sex classroom is the best place to teach it. I would absolutely die if a woman came in to teach me about my body! I can’t imagine how humiliated some of the shyer girls in our class feel about this pervert! Especially when he starts asking them to explain to the class how often they have to use tampons, pads, ext. Am I alone here?

What do you all think?


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Well, I think ur teacher is just tryiing to make the class a little interesting and funny, also he's telling mostly the truth atleast, and being honest about his....umm....yeah.... also ur in high school jeez, stop being so tight up (no offence), i remember when i practically saw porn on health ed and it was mixed class, also, no kids need their parents teaching them about sex, they practically learn about it themselves in fifth grade
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How funny is it when a teacher puts you on the spot and starts asking you personal questions about your sex life in front of a mass of people? I wasn’t amused! There’s a girl in that class that I’ve been crushing on for years, and he had to go and do something like that to me in front of her! GAA!

Call me tight up, but I think he goes too far. In some cases I think people should be a little tight. You told me to stop being so tight, but that’s something that can go both ways. Maybe I am too uptight, I’ll give you that. But, then again, maybe your too loose?
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I think you enjoy your teachers story
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well if u really have a problem then say something to your parents or the principal...or to the teacher himself?? but if this is all b/c of him doing that in front of ur crush then, its not that big a deal if ur crush acts stank over that then shes not worth ur time, i wouldnt think ill of a guy if that happened if anything thatd make me notice him, you prob shouldve been comical about it instead of getting mad? just y thought
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in our school its called health
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well if u really have a problem then say something to your parents or the principal...or to the teacher himself?? but if this is all b/c of him doing that in front of ur crush then, its not that big a deal if ur crush acts stank over that then shes not worth ur time, i wouldnt think ill of a guy if that happened if anything thatd make me notice him, you prob shouldve been comical about it instead of getting mad? just y thought


My parents say just to grin and bear it. They don't want to go through the hassel. The principle is his buddy so...

But eh, I did make it comical. I always turn those things back on him. Hints I told him to bend over... But, when I do that, I get kicked out. Then my grades suffer.
Posted 4/7/07
seraph did you know hes catholic? thats what they believe and its bullshit i know but just keep soldiering on and eventually youll never see him again.catholics can be fucktards and sexists but very few of them actually are.you need to go tell your principal that he is offensive and ask that person to talk to the perv.hell maybe he'll get fired.as much as i hate talking to solve problems, this is the right thing to do. if it were me, since im a hothead, i might have either hurt him or killed him. but dont do that. only i can get away with that kind of bullshit lol
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no i meant comical like put it somwhere its obviously not suppose to go and then say something like im a guy? or im sixteen I don't know where the girls hole is?...

and then u can always try him and try and get his point of view like maybe he is just trying to level with you guys he probably figures ur all in high school and suppose to be mature and can handle convos like that in two years ull be in college and teachers talk worse then that...(not all but i've had a few lol)
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I think u r right. Your teacher should teach about sex from a neutral standpoint and not add his personal touches. none the less tell u when he is aroused in the class room. It sounds like he asks personal sexuall questions to fulfill his fantasies. . . he should b fired or even arrested. Teachers have no ground to do stuff like that. My school does not really have a sex edd class, we do have advanced Biology which is a corse on the human body and all its functions(sex inclouded) my teacher tells us the functions and what things do and how sertain contraceptives work. but she doesn't get personal about it and tell us her stories or ask questions from us. And if he is seriously asking u questions about your sex life then I would not answer, that is just sick. And the whole tampon thing seems stupid. I think that men should know about it, but its not like we need to know how to use it unless we get marries to a woman with no hands.
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Personally Seraph I think when the teacher said he got aroused when teaching he was out of line. No teacher should say that in front of students. Yeah you don't need to know what he and his wife do behind closed doors. That's just gross. Why does anyone talk about their sex life?

Now onto the other parts, sex ed is a part of a lot of health classes in schools around the country. It's been like that since I was in high school and I graduated in '99. It was like that when my parents graduated in the 70's to so that's that. Now I know that recently our president said that only abstinence should be taught in sex ed so that's not on the teacher either. Sorry to say he's mostly probably not pushing his personal beliefs but doing what he was told.

The tampon thing is a gray issue for me. Guys need to know about feminine hygiene for a couple of reasons. The one that's most important to you would be marriage. Your wife will have feminine issues and you will have to help her deal with them. You'll be sent to the store to buy pads and tampons. Trust me on this.

He needs to be slapped for the birth control comment. That was way out of line and improper.

Sex ed taught at home can be tricky so I say yes it needs to stay in health classes. Home sex ed will change from household to household and no uniformity will be achieved. Some homes will be like 'you shouldn't have sex until you're married' case closed without saying the dangers of unprotected sex. Others will give WAY too much info and that's not good either.



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i don't know where your from but.... in american teachers aren't pose to preach any religion..
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^ yeah i always wonder about that, they put their god's name in the pledge and the anthem yet they say u can teach it. kind of contradicting dont yah think, and its required to pledge
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hum thats pretty fucked up.

go talk to a teacher you are comfortable with about it or the principle. If that does not work go for more drastic measures.
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omg if i had a teacher like that, i think i might get expelled.

from your point of view, Your teacher needs to be fired immediately. He sounds like a total jerk off. If i were you. Id get 2 more of your classmates who thinks the same and tell your School Dean about it.

Religion shouldnt be taught at school, people have different views on it and your teacher has definitely got it twisted.
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