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Sex-ed classes have been suspended in Isle of Man schools and a formal investigation launched after a drag queen allegedly taught 11-year-olds that there are 73 genders, and other Grade 7 groups were taught about anal sex and sex change surgeries.
According to The Telegraph, the Isle of Man government launched an independent review of its sex-ed curriculum in response to parent complaints about the “graphic, disproportionate, indecent presentation” involving descriptions of sexual acts and discussion about gender identities in lessons.
When one reportedly “upset” child disagreed about there being 73 genders, responding that there are “only two,” the drag queen allegedly replied, “you’ve upset me” and made the student leave the class.
Further complaints allege that one group of Grade 7 students was taught about oral and anal sex, while another group in the same grade was shown images of phalloplasty surgery, which involves surgeons stripping the skin and flesh of a female patient’s forearm and using it to construct a non-functional appendage resembling a penis.
“A lot of children are just too traumatized to even talk to their parents,” Eliza Cox, vice-chairman of Marown Commissioners, told Energy FM Isle of Man. “As a parent, you don’t know what your child is being taught.”
Cox said one young teacher on the island had told her that she was required to teach a class of Grade 7 and 8 students how to masturbate, and another was reportedly so uncomfortable with the content of a sex-ed lesson that she asked the students not to listen to her while she was teaching it.
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