The tsunami of sexual harassment allegations sweeping the nation has prompted students in one Hollywood, Calif., school to file a class action lawsuit against sex education teachers.
The National Education Association, which represents almost 3 million education professionals nationwide, is responding with yet another protest using fake vaginas and penises.
Students at a middle school in the West Hollywood neighborhood of Hancock Park filed the class action suit just days after famous film producer Harvey Weinstein was disrobed as one of the nation’s premier sexual harassers of women.
“We blame public school sex education teachers,” said one 8th grade student who can’t be named for obvious reasons. “Whatever the **** they’ve been teaching kids for the last fifty years, it sure as **** isn’t working.”
The NEA disagrees.
“We’ve been representing teachers since 1857, and this is the worst sex abuse crisis we’ve ever seen,” said NEA spokesperson Madla Magsalsal. “That’s why we’re calling for K-12 students to boycott school on Valentine’s Day 2018. We’ll provide the pussyhats and dildos.”
“The NEA endorsed Jimmy Carter for president in 1976,” said another anonymous 7th grader, demonstrating a political acumen far beyond her years. “And he told Playboy Magazine that he committed adultery in his heart many times. The union also endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in 2015, years after she lied to protect a sexual predator who was her husband and POTUS.”
The student lawsuit is happening just as the State of California informs the U.S. Supreme Court that more than half of pregnancies in the state are unintended.
“Some 700,000 California women become pregnant each year, and over half of these pregnancies are unintended,” says the brief filed by the state in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Xavier Becerra.
“Frankly, we don’t know how any of this happened,” said NEA spokesperson Magsalsal. “But it’s not our fault.”