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School Exposed Grooming 8th Graders for “Favorite Sex Acts”

A Connecticut public school told eighth-grade students in a sex education class to list their sexual likes and dislikes as pizza toppings as a way to teach consent, according to a report from Parents Defending Education (PDE).

The assignment titled “Pizza & Consent” at Enfield Public Schools in Enfield, Connecticut, used pizza as a metaphor for sex and compared “kissing” and “giving oral” to pizza toppings, according to PDE. The assignment also reportedly asked students to list their to sexual likes, dislikes and boundaries.

“We can use pizza as a metaphor for sex!” the assignment said. “When you order pizza with your friends, everyone checks in about each other’s preferences, right?”

“The same goes with sex,” the assignment said. “You have to check in with your partner(s) and ask for their preferences … Maybe your partner(s) only want to be touched a certain way, or maybe your partner(s) prefer to use certain language.” Read more…

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