What's worse is that the pamphlet is actually meant for students -- 18-year-old students as opposed to junior high. Is that supposed to make it better?
From the Toronto Sun:
Family members are shocked after Grade 7 Catholic school students received oral sex pamphlets meant for 18 year olds.H/t The Corner. For the full story, click HERE.
“My granddaughter is totally not into sex or anything like that. She could not believe that she was handed this in school. And when I saw it — I'm 62 years old — I was upset," said Carmen James-Poulin, the grandmother of a student at Marymount Academy in Sudbury, Ont.
The explicit flyers were distributed Thursday during an open house at the all-girls Catholic school for students in Grades 7 to 12.
The pamphlet includes a guide on how to perform oral sex on men and women, as well as pros and cons to giving or receiving the act.
It was put together by Toronto's Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE).
“They had a booth in the gymnasium, so they had to have permission to get in there. They wouldn't have just been able to set up without somebody's permission,” said James-Poulin, grandmother to one of the girls who came home with the sexually explicit pamphlet.
"It's not educational. It's vulgar. It belongs on a porn site."
This is at least the second time the pamphlet has ended up in the wrong hands. In 2010, QMI Agency reported that a science teacher at a Montreal school handed it out to a Grade 8 class. At the time, CATIE official Veronique Destrube said it was designed for 18-year-olds.