Canadian teenagers accidentally receive explicit sex education including fetishes and drug use

Elementary school students in Canada were accidentally given an explicit sex education guide with bondage and drugs after a nurse confused his cartoons with a children's book.

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Grade six and seven students from the Erickson Elementary School, near Creston, British Columbia, would participate in a planned three-day course on sexual health, but the local public health nurse Kayla Benson erroneously deviated from the regular syllabus.

At the end of the last lesson on June 20, the CACE Safer Sex Guide – intended to help adults prevent hepatitis and HIV – was distributed to students as a take-away, leading to a litany of complaints from dismayed parents.

The 47-page & # 39; s book contains a number of cartoon drawings of animal characters, which apparently led Benson to regard the book as age-appropriate for pre-teens.

The school nurse, Kayla Benton, admitted she didn't have the book completely & # 39; revised & # 39; before handing out the students

The school nurse, Kayla Benton, admitted she didn't have the book completely & # 39; revised & # 39; before handing out the students

It was handed over to group six and seven students from the Erickson Elementary School near Creston, during a planned three-day course on sexual health on June 20

It was handed over to group six and seven students from the Erickson Elementary School near Creston, during a planned three-day course on sexual health on June 20

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It was handed over to group six and seven students from the Erickson Elementary School near Creston, during a planned three-day course on sexual health on June 20

At the end of the last lesson on June 20, the CACE Safer Sex Guide - designed to help adults prevent hepatitis and HIV - was distributed to students as a take-away, leading to a litany of anxiety complaints parents

At the end of the last lesson on June 20, the CACE Safer Sex Guide - designed to help adults prevent hepatitis and HIV - was distributed to students as a take-away, leading to a litany of anxiety complaints parents

At the end of the last lesson on June 20, the CACE Safer Sex Guide – designed to help adults prevent hepatitis and HIV – was distributed to students as a take-away, leading to a litany of anxiety complaints parents

However, the book also contains graphic descriptions of sexual acts, fetishes – including bondage – and even offers advice on the use of shared sex toys and the best ways to use drugs.

& # 39; If you are sniffing drugs, use your own straw or bumper. Rolled sticky notes make disposable straws for single use, & a passage of the book is reading.

Horrified parent Tertina Sandre said she heard that her son, who was in sixth grade, was in possession of a book after an alarming interaction in her car on the way home.

& # 39; He said: & # 39; Mom, look, they teach us about finger f ****** in school and I said something like & # 39; excuse me & # 39; and I confiscated the book & # 39 ;, Sandre said. Worldwide news.

The 47-page & # 39; s book contains a number of cartoon drawings of animal figures, which apparently led nurse Kayla Benson to regard the book as age-appropriate for pre-teens
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The 47-page & # 39; s book contains a number of cartoon drawings of animal figures, which apparently led nurse Kayla Benson to regard the book as age-appropriate for pre-teens

The 47-page & # 39; s book contains a number of cartoon drawings of animal figures, which apparently led nurse Kayla Benson to regard the book as age-appropriate for pre-teens

However, the book also contains graphic descriptions of sexual acts, fetishes - including bondage - and even offers advice on the use of shared sex toys and the best ways to use drugs

However, the book also contains graphic descriptions of sexual acts, fetishes - including bondage - and even offers advice on the use of shared sex toys and the best ways to use drugs

However, the book also contains graphic descriptions of sexual acts, fetishes – including bondage – and even offers advice on the use of shared sex toys and the best ways to use drugs

Other parents shared similar moments of aversion on social media when they discovered that their child had come home with the book.

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& # 39; Then let me ask you when you put your child to bed and instead of & # 39; good night loves you & # 39; I get & # 39; mama why would anyone want someone to put his fist above his l ** or lick it & # 39;, & # 39; said a mother on a Facebook page of a community.

& # 39; Be grateful that your children are still innocent because mine is no longer innocent and has questions I cannot answer! & # 39; She continued.

One day after the incident, schoolmaster Christine Perkins and Benson sent apologies to the parents. Perkins has also called each parent individually, she said.

Benson admitted she didn't have the book completely & # 39; revised & # 39; before she handed it to students.

& # 39; After review, it was clear that an explicit language and content was used that might not be appropriate for this age group, & # 39; read Benson's letter.

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Benson added that she was remitted because of the mistake, with Chief Inspector Perkins also accepting the culprit.

& # 39; After review, it was clear that an explicit language and content was used that might not be appropriate for this age group, & # 39; said a letter of apology from Benson.

& # 39; After review, it was clear that an explicit language and content was used that might not be appropriate for this age group, & # 39; said a letter of apology from Benson.

She added that she regrets the incident

She added that she regrets the incident

& # 39; In the assessment it was clear that an explicit language and content was used that might not be appropriate for this age group, & # 39; read an apology letter from Benson and added that she is repentant

One day after the incident, schoolmaster Christine Perkins and Benson sent apologies to the parents. Perkins has also called each parent individually, she said

One day after the incident, schoolmaster Christine Perkins and Benson sent apologies to the parents. Perkins has also called each parent individually, she said

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One day after the incident, schoolmaster Christine Perkins and Benson sent apologies to the parents. Perkins has also called each parent individually, she said

Horrified parent Tertina Sandre said she heard that her son, who is in sixth grade, was in possession of a book after an alarming interaction on the way home from school

Horrified parent Tertina Sandre said she heard that her son, who is in sixth grade, was in possession of a book after an alarming interaction on the way home from school

Horrified parent Tertina Sandre said she heard that her son, who is in sixth grade, was in possession of a book after an alarming interaction on the way home from school

& # 39; It is extremely important to follow appropriate education. We do not want to be too far ahead of ourselves, but at the same time we do not want to inform children. Of course we don't want our kids to go out and get STDs or get pregnant, & Perkins said.

& # 39; But there are certain ages and certain ways, methods to teach at different age levels, and I think that was the step that was missed here. & # 39;

Perkins added that a psychologist was present at primary school on Tuesday and that counseling services will be provided to parents and students if necessary.

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