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NSW high school apologises for showing year 10 students graphic video talk on pornography

High school is forced to apologize after students as young as 14 were shown a porn video talk that was so graphic the kids walked out

  • Secondary school in New South Wales under investigation for showing video about pornography
  • The Central Coast school showed a video during its Year 10 monthly assembly
  • The explicit video took several students by surprise, some crying.
  • Parents say they are outraged the video was allowed to be shown
  • The school principal has now “unreservedly apologized” for the incident.

A high school was criticized for showing students a video that discussed pornography in such graphic detail that some students walked out.

Wadalba Community School on the central coast of New South Wales was holding its year 10 monthly assembly on Monday when, without warning, students were shown a video TEDx talk by sexual health expert Ran Gavrieli. titled ‘Why I stopped watching porn’.

In the video, Gavrieli discusses different types of online porn to try to understand the question, “What would consider porn sexual?”

Wadalba Community School on the Central Coast of New South Wales was holding its year 10 monthly assembly on Monday, when students were shown unannounced a TED talk by sexual health expert Ran Gavrieli (in the Photo)

Wadalba Community School on the Central Coast of New South Wales was holding its year 10 monthly assembly on Monday, when students were shown unannounced a TED talk by sexual health expert Ran Gavrieli (in the photo) “Why did I stop watching porn?”

In the talk, Mr. Gavrieli stated that it was “whatever men find arousing.”

If men find it exciting to strangle a woman, have brutal sex without a single touch, hug, kiss, tender caress? Well, then she is sexual,” Gavrieli said in the video.

Are men excited to see a woman or a child cry? It’s sexual. Does it turn men on to rape a woman? Well, then it’s sexual.

Attempting to explain the purpose of cameras in porn, Mr. Gavrieli added that “porn cameras have no interest in capturing normal sensual activities like fondling, stroking, kissing, stroking, hugging, kissing – no, what the cameras do.” pornographic cameras is penetration.’

This video caught several 14-15 year old students by surprise and even left some students in tears as a result (Pictured: sexual health expert Ran Gavrieli giving the TEDx talk)

This video caught several 14-15 year old students by surprise and even left some students in tears as a result (Pictured: sexual health expert Ran Gavrieli giving the TEDx talk)

This video, allegedly shown without warning or context, took several students between the ages of 14 and 15 by surprise and even left some students in tears as a result, reported the daily telegraph.

A 14-year-old student claimed that she had been the victim of a party rape earlier this year and that graphic and detailed descriptions of pornography, particularly rape, had been “triggering”.

“I went to the bathroom right after because I was throwing up,” he said.

“They could have at least separated the girls and boys or given a trigger warning, especially when they were talking about rape.”

Eight other girls are believed to have left.

A parent of a student at the school said the video

A parent of a student at the school said the video “has affected a lot of students… when you have a video that talks about sexual dominance of men, choking, that’s a trigger for these girls.” (Pictured: Wadalba Community School on the Central Coast)

The school’s headmistress, Melinda Brown, later wrote to parents to “apologize unreservedly” for the incident, admitting that the lesson breached Department of Education guidelines.

“I apologize unreservedly for continuing this lesson without first informing you and giving you the option to remove your child from this lesson,” Ms. Brown wrote.

“I want to assure you that the incident does not reflect the high standards and care for students that Wadalba Community School upholds at all times.

A parent of a student at the school said the video “has affected a lot of students.

“When you have a video that talks about sexual dominance of men, suffocation, that’s a trigger for these girls.”

Another parent added: ‘I’m really surprised we haven’t been consulted.

‘Don’t get me wrong, these kids know a lot of things… but this should be a parent discussion.’

A spokesman for the Department of Education stated that

A spokesperson for the Department of Education stated that “the school did not follow Department policy and the incident does not reflect the high standards required by the Department” (Pictured: Wadalba Community School on the Central Coast)

A department spokesperson stated that ‘the school did not follow Department policy and the incident does not reflect the high standards required by the Department’.

“The matter has been referred to the Department’s Ethics and Professional Standards Directorate for investigation.”

“The Department apologizes wholeheartedly for any distress caused and advice is offered to the students involved.”

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