Talking Points

April 24, 2006

Public Sex

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 1:35 pm

The right and wrong of having and viewing sex – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

Three kids were expelled from the Baymanet “Middle School” (just call it Junior High like they use to) – its in Alabama. It happened after their teacher noticed their flawlessly executed plan to entertain fellow students.

The three  8th graders slipped a movie in their classroom DVD player, while the teacher was busy grading papers.  They fired up the movie, and classmates are treated to a X-rated feature.  One student objected.  (There is always one malcontented kid that blows it for everybody),  told the teacher what was going on.

The three expelled students; probably at home now doing homework, or watching movies.  Now without a doubt, this incident will follow the students for the rest of their lives.  Part of their permanent record; which is not all bad, because for some places in this country, these kids will be ideal candidates for network television programmers, or public school sex-ed teachers.  Such as San Francisco or New York.

Else where, a female shrink with the Arkansas Correctional Department, has been expelled. Terminated.  For having sex with an inmate.  Her name is not being made public because its still under investigation.  However, a prison spokeswoman says that the 54yearold shrink had sex with the inmate in her office.

Prison official say its illegal for corrections employees to have sex with an inmate, and consent is not a defense.

Now something is wrong with this.  Despite what we have been told, what two consenting adults do behind closed doors isn’t their own business.

And since when can the state tell a woman what she can and can’t do with her own body.  Who consented to that?

And that’s the memo

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