Jacqulyn Levin, a health teacher at Crystal Lake High School, is crossing the line with her new approach to vagina education, alleges the Illinois Family Institute, a nonprofit conservative group. Why?
"To the tune of the Hokey Pokey, Levin led her class in a puerile dance that involved pointing to and singing about reproductive body parts while prancing about the classroom," says an article IFI posted to their website.
Robert King, the parent who got this whole thing stared, says “I am not a prudish person and I have no problem with scholastically based sex education. But the teacher used such a cavalier presentation method, and forced a student to participate when he requested to abstain from it. It is disrespectful to women and removes modesty about the reproductive parts.”
King complained to IFI that his son was told he couldn't opt out of the song-and-dance part of the class.
Jeff Puma, a spokesperson for the district, says the IFI article is “overtly misrepresentative of the activity in class." He says there was no music or movement around the room, and that the kids gave the dance its name, not the teacher.
So far ... no YouTube video of what we're sure would be a dance sensation.
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