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This School's Sex-Ed Program Got Dropped Like A Ton Of Bricks (5 pics)

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17-year-old Agatha Tan's high school in Singapore didn't have its own sex ed curriculum. Students were required to attend a four hour workshop on teen sexuality and relationships run by a conservative Christian group. The books they put together are pretty amusing and you're about to see why.

1 This School's Sex-Ed Program Got Dropped Like A Ton Of Bricks (5 pics)


2 This School's Sex-Ed Program Got Dropped Like A Ton Of Bricks (5 pics)


3 This School's Sex-Ed Program Got Dropped Like A Ton Of Bricks (5 pics)


4 This School's Sex-Ed Program Got Dropped Like A Ton Of Bricks (5 pics)


5 This School's Sex-Ed Program Got Dropped Like A Ton Of Bricks (5 pics)

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№1 Author: saint357 (15 Oct 2014 13:56) Total user comments: 2366


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wtf
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№2 Author: flex (15 Oct 2014 14:59) Total user comments: 94


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Is this made from 9gag or what?
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№3 Author: Durka531 (15 Oct 2014 19:10) Total user comments: 2


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Well before i pass judgment on this I'd like to see the entire book not just cropped pictures that may or may not be taken out of context since this is only showing 5 pages of what looks like a 25 plus page book. Now lets be honest here the what she says and means may be a bit crass but I have been on the receiving end of several of those over the years from girlfriends, friends and female relatives. Especially the infamous "nothing" or the five more minutes.
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№4 Author: styopa (15 Oct 2014 20:30) Total user comments: 1230


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Personally, most of those are right in my experience. It's just too politically incorrect to say them out loud.
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№5 Author: twitchyfuzz (16 Oct 2014 04:59) Total user comments: 373


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Actually, (lol), I've seen this book. That the individual who wrote the article would only focus on the sex parts of the book was what made it familiar to me. The book.. was written in the 1980s. And, I'm only familiar with Focus on the Family because I tend to support its values. The organization has come forward in great leaps and bounds to actually be PC in its ways of addressing genders and LGBT community. However, I wouldn't trust this particular article writer's stand on what the organization's stance is simply for using a book from the 1980s.

A rather pitiful way to "attack" an organization using a book now approaching 30 years old.
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№6 Author: loveandhate (16 Oct 2014 21:18) Total user comments: 1571


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mmmm im not sure what to say
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