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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:15 pm
 


You know I would not say that racing to put on condoms is at all a good idea. You should take your time to put on a condom and not race to put the bloody thing on. This is going to teach kids fast is good when really the proper method of taking your time and getting out air bubbles and fitting it tightly is the much much better idea.

This teacher needs to have a serious talking to. He didn't think this through at all. Totally irresponsible.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:44 pm
 


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You know I would not say that racing to put on condoms is at all a good idea. You should take your time to put on a condom and not race to put the bloody thing on. This is going to teach kids fast is good when really the proper method of taking your time and getting out air bubbles and fitting it tightly is the much much better idea.

This teacher needs to have a serious talking to. He didn't think this through at all. Totally irresponsible.


Well, that was an attempt to make it Fun. You're right, but the Teacher was thinking outside the box.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:49 pm
 


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You know I would not say that racing to put on condoms is at all a good idea. You should take your time to put on a condom and not race to put the bloody thing on. This is going to teach kids fast is good when really the proper method of taking your time and getting out air bubbles and fitting it tightly is the much much better idea.

This teacher needs to have a serious talking to. He didn't think this through at all. Totally irresponsible.


Well, that was an attempt to make it Fun. You're right, but the Teacher was thinking outside the box.


If your thinking outside the box it's fine but I don't think this guy was even thinking. Racing is not only unsafe but it's not really respecting of the kids who don't feel comfortable.


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If your thinking outside the box it's fine but I don't think this guy was even thinking. Racing is not only unsafe but it's not really respecting of the kids who don't feel comfortable.


Are you seriously THAT bothered by this? Honestly, I don't see why such a big deal is being made of this. The boy in question is obviously very shy and felt uncomfortable. Fine. Then he should have said so to either his teacher or his parents so it could be resolved. I really don't see why everyone's so bent up by it.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:57 pm
 


He did and was still given a condom and expected to participate after his Mother contacted the teacher....


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 3:00 pm
 


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He did and was still given a condom and expected to participate after his Mother contacted the teacher....


If that little exercise saves his mother from becoming a grandma in the next couple years, they should both be thankful.

It was just a condom exercise. It's not like they were demonstrating positions.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 3:13 pm
 


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He did and was still given a condom and expected to participate after his Mother contacted the teacher....


If that little exercise saves his mother from becoming a grandma in the next couple years, they should both be thankful.

It was just a condom exercise. It's not like they were demonstrating positions.


Like in "The Meaning of Life"? :lol:


Something like that, yep. :lol:


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They act like it's hard to put on a condom... I mean, a fucking retarded baby gorilla could figure that shit out. And just in case you're not as bright as a retarded baby gorilla, there are pretty comprehensive visual instructions on the inside of every box to demonstrate the process. I don't see the point in a hands-on approach. Perhaps a single, tasteful demonstration performed by the teacher on like a banana or something would suffice.

This is just an example of a half-baked lesson plan by a teacher who didn't have the foresight to think that this was maybe going to far.


There are correct ways of putting them on and incorrect ways. Condom failure is usually caused by incorrect usage.


Obviously, but as I said, a brief, tasteful demonstration would suffice. There are also fairly graphic, illustrated instructions on the interior of any box of condoms.

Seriously, how difficult is it to roll on a condom??? Answer: not that difficult. You slowly roll it down an erect penis, leaving enough air-free room at the tip to collect ejaculate. Badda-bing. Not rocket science. If, after hearing that explanation and seeing a demonstration, you're still confused about it, you are officially an idiot. (Not you personally, btw, I'm speaking in general).

You do a little demonstration in front of the class, explaining everything thoroughly. You mention that condoms are not 100% effective, but they're as close as you're gonna get if you use them properly. You make sure to remind them never to re-use a condom. You tell them that they while most men can safely use standard size condoms, obviously there are some who will need to use the larger or smaller sizes which are also widely available.

Condoms are made to be simple to use, and they are. No need to scratch one's head over it (no pun intended).


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AHAHAHAHAHA.

Jesus Christ, all this news and weird crap that goes on at schools...


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MacDonaill wrote:
sandorski wrote:
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They act like it's hard to put on a condom... I mean, a fucking retarded baby gorilla could figure that shit out. And just in case you're not as bright as a retarded baby gorilla, there are pretty comprehensive visual instructions on the inside of every box to demonstrate the process. I don't see the point in a hands-on approach. Perhaps a single, tasteful demonstration performed by the teacher on like a banana or something would suffice.

This is just an example of a half-baked lesson plan by a teacher who didn't have the foresight to think that this was maybe going to far.


There are correct ways of putting them on and incorrect ways. Condom failure is usually caused by incorrect usage.


Obviously, but as I said, a brief, tasteful demonstration would suffice. There are also fairly graphic, illustrated instructions on the interior of any box of condoms.

Seriously, how difficult is it to roll on a condom??? Answer: not that difficult. You slowly roll it down an erect penis, leaving enough air-free room at the tip to collect ejaculate. Badda-bing. Not rocket science. If, after hearing that explanation and seeing a demonstration, you're still confused about it, you are officially an idiot. (Not you personally, btw, I'm speaking in general).

You do a little demonstration in front of the class, explaining everything thoroughly. You mention that condoms are not 100% effective, but they're as close as you're gonna get if you use them properly. You make sure to remind them never to re-use a condom. You tell them that they while most men can safely use standard size condoms, obviously there are some who will need to use the larger or smaller sizes which are also widely available.

Condoms are made to be simple to use, and they are. No need to scratch one's head over it (no pun intended).


Practice makes Perfect. Why have Docs go through a Practicum?? Doing is much more informative than looking at pics. I really don't see the problem here.


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Practice makes Perfect. Why have Docs go through a Practicum?? Doing is much more informative than looking at pics. I really don't see the problem here.

I think it was the buying that was the problem... Not everybody is ready at 14 to buy or use condoms...


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:07 pm
 


To put this in context, family life courses begin early because studies have shown that sexual activity begins early. Sex is taught in detail in Grade 4 and 5.

Teachers might say: Should pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease be the result of a 14 year old being too embarassed to buy a condom prior to having sex?

Moreover, can pregnancy or STDs be prevented if a 14 year old does NOT know how to use a condom prior to having sex?

I should also remind parents that such courses were instituted because sex was NOT taught or even discussed in the home resulting in teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. So, don't knock the schools for taking over parental responsibilities that you ignored, to the detriment of many young people.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:10 pm
 


I would say asking kids to buy a condom for class is a bad idea. I think a race to put one on is a bad idea. But hands on experience to put on is a good idea IMHO. Just remember the akwardness of doing it for the first time, and think about if you were in the proper frame of mind to read the instructions on the box. I know for me it was to dark in the room to read the instructions. But if you have done it once you don't need to read the instructions. I know we had to put one on a dildo back in the 80's when I was in sex ED and that hands on experience helped me in the dark. [B-o]


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:16 pm
 


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I would say asking kids to buy a condom for class is a bad idea. I think a race to put one on is a bad idea. But hands on experience to put on is a good idea IMHO. Just remember the akwardness of doing it for the first time, and think about if you were in the proper frame of mind to read the instructions on the box. I know for me it was to dark in the room to read the instructions. But if you have done it once you don't need to read the instructions. I know we had to put one on a dildo back in the 80's when I was in sex ED and that hands on experience helped me in the dark. [B-o]


OK, since young people of that age are involved in sexual activity according to the studies and buying a condom is rather necessary to prevent pregnency or STDs, why is that a bad idea?????


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:20 pm
 


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I would say asking kids to buy a condom for class is a bad idea. I think a race to put one on is a bad idea. But hands on experience to put on is a good idea IMHO. Just remember the akwardness of doing it for the first time, and think about if you were in the proper frame of mind to read the instructions on the box. I know for me it was to dark in the room to read the instructions. But if you have done it once you don't need to read the instructions. I know we had to put one on a dildo back in the 80's when I was in sex ED and that hands on experience helped me in the dark. [B-o]


OK, since young people of that age are involved in sexual activity according to the studies and buying a condom is rather necessary to prevent pregnency or STDs, why is that a bad idea?????

Because it is a pretty awkward thing to do for a 14 year old kid, who is in no way ready for that. For kids who are, fine, but not everyone is.
That, and.. who paid for it?


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