Narcan, Author Evilleavenger
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The Los Angeles school district will be distributing narcan (naloxone) at all levels, from kindergarten through high school . Staff training in the drug’s use is slated to start in October .
The rate of overdoses in Los Angeles county (believed related to fentanyl) has increased by 1700% since 2016 . At least seven teens overdosed this past month alone. Narcan temporarily reverses the effects of an overdose.
The administration of a narcotic antidote is yet another task unrelated to education we are assigning our teachers. However necessary such intervention may be, it does nothing to address the underlying problems. Continue reading
“Boy with Hands on His Shoulders” by Rian Lemaire Smulders c/o Saatchi Art
The El Paso School District has begun the termination of Amber Parker, an English teacher at Franklin High School, for instructing her students to refer to pedophiles as MAPs or “minor-attracted persons” in a viral video which her supporters maintain was taken out of context . Parker is purported to have said, “So don’t judge people just because they want to have sex with a 5 y.o.”
Dr. Allyn Walker, a professor at Virginia’s Old Dominion University, resigned after having stressed at a panel the importance of pedophiles being treated with “dignity” .
These are not isolated incidents. There are pedophile advocacy organizations worldwide .
The acronym MAP is apparently preferred by pedophiles over the label “child molester”. It represents an attempt to normalize pedophilia, and is increasingly being adopted as politically correct, particularly in the LGBT context.
Seeking to remove any negative connotation from the term pederast, there are even pedophiles now characterizing themselves as virtuous . Such individuals view their twisted desires as mere symptoms of a fallen world — somewhere along the spectrum of normal human sexuality (neither aberrant, nor evil). Continue reading