SF schools are now acting in loco parentis, combining it with indoctrination. It must be read to be believed. From SFGate.com:
Galileo High School celebrated Valentine's Day in a style befitting San Francisco on Tuesday as hundreds of students lined up to "marry" their sweethearts regardless of gender, sexual orientation or relationship status.
They then learned how to correctly put on a condom using goggles that gave them a drunken view of things, and played a variety of games that promoted safer sex.
The school's annual "Love Fest" drew hundred of teens in the school's central courtyard.
. . . The event, sponsored by the Gay Straight Alliance and the Wellness Center, tried to promote acceptance and tolerance at school and safe decisions in the intimate moments that could happen at that age.
At one table, health teacher Raina Meyers put goggles on students that made their vision slightly blurry, simulating a drunken state. She then told them to put a condom on a wooden penis.
Most of the students left air in the condom tip, which could lead to breakage, and that prompted an instructional rebuke from Meyers. . . .
A handful of students milled about at the safer sex exhibits, but the biggest draw was the wedding table, where students fidgeted as they waited for their nuptials.
They signed a photocopied marriage certificate and said a quick "I do" when a student officiant asked about taking the other person as spouse.
The marriage was sealed with optional, one-size-fits-all plastic gold bands.
Many students admitted they decided to participate after teachers said they would get extra credit. . . .
Everything about this story is wrong and objectionable on multiple levels. But that last bit is the topper. Extra Credit? Extra credit for what discipline? English, science, math, history? Someone explain to me how a school is possibly going to up the grade of one of these young future lefties of America from a C to a B in any academic discipline because they learned how to put a condom on an erect penis while drunk? Honestly, it is getting perilously close to the point where its time to burn it all down and start over from scratch.
(H/T The Daily Gator)