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Any school I have ever heard of that offers sex education classes REQUIRES parental consent for the student to take the class. If the school OFFERS sex ed classes and the parent AGREES to allow their student to take the class, then the class should be comprehensive and cover birth control methods as well as abstinence...more
Most schools teaching a sex ed class require parental consent for the child to participate in the class. The question being presented here is IF a sex ed class is being presented, (and a parent has given consent for their child to attend it) should they be allowed to present only the abstinence approach, or should it ...more
I did not personally find the commercial all that funny. Perhaps it was sexist, but then again, I'm a feminist so I really don't care (any more than a chauvinist would care if the commercial was belittling females). I will say that in order for "humor" to be "funny", there has to be some basis or grain of truth to th...more
Raymond Burr was not disabled when he played the original Ironsides. I don't think disable actors should be barred from auditioning for parts portraying disabled individuals, but I don't think they should be given preference based specifically on thier disability. The best ACTOR or ACTRESS should be given the part.
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