Click over to this link. It's a tweet containing a couple of minutes of video from a Eugene, Oregon school board meeting. The speaker alleges that a teacher & high school football coach, Kirk Miller, demanded that his students provide detailed sexual fantasies in an assignment he set. He wants the teacher fired.
Fox News reports:
... parent Justin McCall said his older daughter, who is in the 10th grade at Churchill High School, revealed the assignment had also been conducted in class and that the teacher had asked students to pick the sexual items written on a piece of paper out of a hat that he passed around.
Further scrutiny of the "Health 2 Human Sexuality" class found that students were also allegedly given an assignment called "With Whom Would You Do it." The project involved a virtual spinning wheel labeled with sexual categories. Students were allegedly instructed to respond when the wheel stopped and write the initials of the person they would engage in the sex act with.
"My daughter told me it was literally up on the board and it mentioned you know who are you going to have anal penetration with, oral sex, licking of the ear, kissing and vaginal sex," McCall said, calling the assignment "disgusting and wrong."
There's more at the link, including more allegations against the school and school board.
Personally, if my child came home and told me about something like that, I honestly can't say what my reaction would be: but I fear it would be rather less verbal and rather more practical than Mr. McCall's. No teacher has any need - or any right - to ask such questions of his or her pupils. The very act of asking them is, to my mind, an admission of pedophilia, and should receive an appropriate response from any parent who cares about their children.
I can only hope that attempts to supplant the Eugene School Board later this year in the next elections bear fruit, and that those who've permitted and tolerated this filth are removed from office as fast as possible.