Mainstream Mag Pushes ‘Porn Literacy’ Among Children

Mainstream Mag Pushes ‘Porn Literacy’ Among Children

A mainstream news magazine has published a filthy article promoting the use of pornography among children.

“As pornography is ever more accessible – yes, your kids are watching it – Friends’ Central teacher Al Vernacchio’s revolutionary approach to sex education is exactly what the sexologist ordered,” says the sub-headline of the article written by Claire Sasko and published in Philadelphia Magazine. 

Vernacchio’s sick “revolutionary” approach makes pizza a metaphor for sexual activity for the purpose of making sex easy for children to understand.

In an interview with the New York TimesVernachhio detailed his approach.

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“[W]ouldn’t it be great if our sexual activity started with a real sense of wanting, whether your desire is for intimacy, pleasure or orgasms… And you can be hungry for pizza and still decide, no thanks, I’m dieting. It’s not the healthiest thing for me now,” he said.

Remember, Vernacchio is a sex-ed teacher – his audience is children.

“If you’re gonna have pizza with someone else, what do you have to do?” he continued. “You gotta talk about what you want. Even if you’re going to have the same pizza you always have, you say, ‘We getting the usual?’ Just a check-in. And square, round, thick, thin, stuffed crust, pepperoni, stromboli, pineapple — none of those are wrong; variety in the pizza model doesn’t come with judgment.”

Vernacchio was invited to give a TED Talk on the topic, which is quite explicit.

Watch:

“There are a million different kinds of pizza,” he said in the speech. “There’s a million different toppings. There are a million different ways to eat pizza. And none of them are wrong, they’re different.”

“So what if we could take this pizza model and overlay it on top of sexual education?” he said. “If we could create sexuality education that was more like pizza, we could create education that invites people to think about their own desires, to make deliberate decisions about what they want, to talk about it with their partners, and to ultimately look not for some external outcome, but for what feels satisfying.”

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