Oregon high school teacher makes students write essays on their 'sexual fantasies'

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An Oregon high school is facing severe backlash from parents after a health teacher allegedly assigned students to write a short story about a sexual fantasy.

Kirk Miller, health teacher and football coach at Churchill High school in Eugene, allegedly wrote that the essays should not “involve penetration of any kind or oral sex,” but that they should reference at least three items from a list of suggestions including “romantic music, candles, massage oil, feathers, a feather boa and flavored syrup,” reports Oregon Live.

The apparent goal of the assignment was to demonstrate that it was possible to “show and receive loving physical affection without having sex,” according to screenshots shared with on social media by Churchill High parents.

“Shown is an assignment given to high school students at Churchill High School in Eugene. This was given by Mr. Miller, a health teacher and football coach,” said one parent in a public Facebook post. “Why a teacher and coach feels entitled to the sexual fantasies of minor aged male and female students is beyond my understanding. This is completely inappropriate and sickening.”

“Can you imaging having to look your teacher or coach in the eye knowing he has knowledge of your most intimate imaginations. This has NO BUSINESS in school or anywhere else. I am sharing this to bring attention to whats going on and will be sharing it elsewhere as well,” concluded the parent.

Katherine Rogers, whose 16-year-old daughter attends Churchill High but was not in Miller’s class, told Oregon Live about another assignment set by Miller that was titled “With Whom Would You Do it.”

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