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Wednesday, April 13, 2016


In Iowa, a distraught father made threats against the school which his fourth-grade daughter was attending, because of sex-education. This despite there being a way to opt out and keep his daughter from ever finding out about sex. At least until it became a nasty surprise, that is. The discovery of sex hits everyone differently, and, in Iowa, some parents might want their precious cargo to find out the hard way.


From the web, this tidbit: "Bruce “Deano” Divers, Jr. sent a threatening email to the school saying he plans to “retaliate” for sex ed classes, KWWL reports. Divers also threatened two teachers on Facebook, according to police. Mr. Divers was arrested Monday with charges of harassment."
Source: Dad Threatens To ‘Retaliate’ Over Sex Ed Classes, Iowa Schools On Lockdown.
[Note: more about this here: Update, charges.]

Deano, you are a moron.

"Decorah schools spiritually declared war against my house today. When I retaliate Monday morning..."

Deano, Deano, Deano, Deano, Deano, Deano, Deano, Deano! No!

You have been arrested, and charges have been filed. Now, while you hunt around for a lawyer to represent an idiot, let me lecture your daughter. Please direct her to my blog here, and thank you.

Hello, little Miss Divers!

The first thing you've got to know is that sex is fun. That is why humans have survived for tens of thousands of years, and why the wise men and women engaged in education thought it might be a good idea to brief you and your classmates on it before you start experimenting.

There are several things you should understand right away:

1) Sexual activity may cause pregnancy.
2) Sexual activity may transmit diseases.
3) Sexual activity may be inappropriate.
4) Sexual activity might be coercive.
5) Sexual activity might be casual.
6) Sexual activity might not be a particularly good idea.
7) Sexual activity is probably not something you should have until you are a little older, and have really looked at the issue from all sides, taking your own social and intellectual needs into account, and figuring out how to square it with your personal moral compass, and whether or not it is something that in your chosen social environment might be frowned upon, gossiped about, or thoroughly problematic.


In short, pregnancy happens when sperm ("seed") meets ovum ("egg"). Sperm is manufactured in the testicles of a male ("balls", or "kloits"), ova (plural of ovum) are released monthly by two glandular organs in the pelvis of the human female, travel down ducts, and hit the uterus right about when tissues there have thickened and could form a hospitable environment for the development of a foetus ("problem", or "blessing", depending on extraneous factors).

Nine months of weird food crazes and growing discomfort may ensue, educational or career plans may be permanently shelved during this time, and relatives will express opinions, not all of them welcome.

The fertile period usually lasts a couple of days, starting approximately ten days after the last menstrual flow began. If there is no foetus, the thickened tissue eventually gets thrown out by the body, which is called menstruation, and may lead to discomfort and inconvenience.

The delivery of sperm to ovum is made when the male sexual organ, often facilitated by an erectile state, is inserted into a female orifice that serves no other purpose (so not the mouth, not the back door, and not the armpit), and seepage or ejaculation ensues. It is rare if there has been no insertion, but not unknown.

But why is sex fun?

One word: orgasm. No need to go into details, you can explore that entirely on your own. People really do not need company to achieve that result. Yeah, it can be more fun that way, but is not, strictly speaking, necessary. To the casual observer it can be startling.
Research has shown that many people achieve orgasms by themselves, and that doing so is perfectly normal, although for some it is a cause of tension, stress, and religious guilt.

[For males, the climax is often straightforward and rather mechanical. For women, it is frequently a more hypothetical construct. The male orgasm is easy to get a handle on, but many men wish there were an convenient "on" button for women.]

Not all sexual activity involves one male and one female. Sometimes it involves two males, or two females. Or multiples of any and all of that. In any case, whatever the combination, it isn't anyone else's business, and therefore is best done in private.

Sometimes peculiarities may be part of the programme. There are people who fixate on particular clothing, behaviours, or objects as tools for increasing their own or their partners' gratification, and if no one gets hurt, that also is a private matter.
Although often suited to risqué jokes or fondly remembered family histories.

"Aunt Agatha and the water melon pulp? Been there, done that, and we will NOT speak of watermelons any more. It took months to get the smell out of the barn!"

Awareness of one's own sexuality usually starts in the early teenage years, with the female development of characteristics such as breasts, wider hips, and sensitivity down there. Remarkably that also affects many males, but in their case the actual physical symptoms are broader shoulders, deeper voices, and an embarrassing rigidity or tumescence the control of which can take them a long time to figure out.
Until they do, they may carry their back-packs casually and stylishly in front of them when skulking in the school hallways, or blush furiously while facing the wall.

For either gender, these changes may be traumatic. Or not.

It is quite natural to be fascinated by one's own or another person's pubis ("crotch") during adolescence, but it is very bad form to demonstrate that in public.

During sexual development, pubic hair starts growing.
But sometimes that doesn't happen.
Which is rare.

If you need more information, look up these subjects on the internet: penis, vagina, testicles, ovaries, hormones, vaginal lining, uterus, cervix, bestiality, erectile tissue, morality, priests, mons veneris, aureole, pudendum, scrotal, fertility, fetishes, and nipples.

Labia majora (singular: labium majus), pudendal cleft, labia minora (singular: labium minus), interlabial sulci, clitoral hood, clitoral glans, nymphae, rugae ("mucosal folds"), frenulum clitoridis, vulval vestibule, squamous epithelium, areolar tissue, posterior boundary of the pudendum, perineum.

Clitoris, muliebria, prepuce.

It's all good.

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