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Sex-ed is disinvited from NY district after gum analogy

BALDWINSVILLE, new york – New York school district will no longer invite an outside group to give sex education talks after a presenter of the group in comparison with a girl, her virginity to chew chewing gum.

The Post-Standard of Syracuse reports that a presenter of New Hope Family Services uses the chewing gum analogy during a recent health class, C. W. Baker High School in Baldwinsville.

According to a recording of a student, the representative of the group of enlisted guys from the class in a skit, telling a boy that she gave him a gift, she had to save her life.

The “gift” was a piece of chewing gum referred to is a symbol for virginity.

After a parent complained on social media, Baldwinsville Superintendent Matthew McDonald, says the district no longer invite outside organisations to discuss human sexuality.

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Information from: The Post-Standard, http://www.syracuse.com

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