Anti-Bullying Workshop Forces Middle School Students To Ask For "Lesbian Kiss", Parents and Eugene Delgaudio Outraged
Parents in Red Hook, New York are outraged after a public school workshop on sexuality instructed middle school students to "ask one another for a lesbian kiss."
"This is an outrage and is what you get when homosexual activists and liberal administrators team up to brainwash and violate children who have been been entrusted to them for an academic education. Your children are not safe from teachers and their latest "good ideas"" says Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate.
Delgaudio asked "To keep things in perspective, what would happen if YOU told a middle-schooler to try and get a kiss from ANY other middle-school student?"
The workshop, led by college students from a nearby school, was officially tasked with giving an anti-bullying presentation on sexual orientations and gender identities.
Parents say they were given no prior notification concerning the workshop and that the class went "way over the line."
The school's superintendent, however, defended the workshop, telling local media the workshop, "focused on improving culture, relationships, communication and self-perceptions. These are issues schools are obligated to address under New York's Dignity for All Students Act." he noted. Future workshops of a similar nature "may require more notification to parents," he said.