Parents Want Sex-Ed Magazine Removed from Pinelands Junior High Schools
This South Jersey school board is looking to remove sex-education magazines from a junior high library because of "explicit" content.
Parents at Pinelands Regional School District are in uproar over a sex education magazine sitting at their children's school library.
According to parents, the sex-ed magazine 'Sex, Etc.' goes way too far showing graphic images and text to young students. For instance, one of the titles found in this magazine was: "The Clitoris and Pleasure: What You Should Know."
According to spokeswoman Lucinda Holt, the magazine follows the standards of sex education and are reviewed by doctors and experts. Additionally, she mentions these magazines are typically sent to high schools but middle schools also do subscribe.
For now, the magazines have been removed and are pending approval by the board.