Students were sickened by the sex conference telling them how to do “gay sex.”
As you read the descriptions below, keep in mind the age range of the students according to the headline at EAGnews.org: “Parents outraged after middle schoolers attend LGBTQ sex conference.”
The father of a Des Moines senior told the site his daughter was “absolutely distraught” by the material at the conference and felt bamboozled by organizers who misled attendees about the focus of the event.
“She thought she was attending this conference to learn how students can be supportive of their homosexual peers, how they can bring unity to her school. She went thinking it was going to be on bullying, and she wanted to learn how to be more supportive, inclusive and accepting,” the father said.
“When she got there, it wasn’t really on bullying; it was basically a sexual education class for same-sex couples,” he said. “It was crude. One presenter told students who asked whether anal sex hurt that, as a lesbian, it really depended on how big the device is that their partner straps on.”
So that is how one of the older students responded to the content of the conference. How do you think the middle schoolers felt?
Reporter Victor Skinner puts together reports from several sources. Here are the things he lists
- Students were taught how girls can sew fake testicles into their underwear to pass as boys.
- A speaker wore an outfit made out of condoms that could be “used as needed.”
- A speaker talked about using the internet to find an orgy to attend.
- One session discussed binding a young woman’s breasts to pass as a male, and using drugs to delay puberty.
- The featured speaker was a transvestite who sang raunchy lyrics that encouraged using vandalism against anyone who didn’t approve of a queer sexual lifestyle.
- A comedian recommended oral-anal contact using flavored oils for a better experience.
Humboldt school officials refused to promise to stop attending the annual conference because “We are an equal opportunity school and do not discriminate against anyone.”
The conference was sponsored by the Principal Financial Group, Nationwide, Office Depot, and The TJX Companies, Inc., which owns T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, and Sierra Trading Post, The Family Leader reports.
This sex conference took place in Iowa. Imagine what is going on in blue states.