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Before I could even click on the link that was sent, their reactions started pouring in.“I can't believe this. Kelton, being interviewed by her son, MTV's Mike Kelton. It instantly transported me back to the '90s when I was a baby-faced, curly-haired little girl who loved sitting at the front of the class. Looking back, I'm sure she did this to make the atmosphere of the class more casual or to assert her dominance over us… Just like in this Facebook Live video, the words “penis” and “vagina” were vigorously repeated over and over and over.
I won't believe it.”“SHUT THE FUCKING DOOR.”“OMGGGGGG.”“OMG. Her hands always motioned down to her own nether regions whenever she was referring to a vagina, uterus or intercourse. But there was something else besides this odd time warp that bothered me when watching the video: She was WRONG about so many things. Kelton asks genuinely.“What do you mean, you're a health…” Mike stammers. So, she launches into an embarrassingly inaccurate answer in which she says you can only get “medication at a clinic or a doctor, and you'd have to get a prescription.”Her son just sits there silent, completely and utterly stunned. I immediately shared my disbelief in the group chat. Now, I'm neither a villain nor some dismayed former student who has it out for her old teacher. But, I using her as an example of just how messed up our generation's sexual education was and still is.
There were nine of us in the group chat — all of them were my closest friends from my hometown. And then, I saw it: a Facebook Live video hosted by MTV, featuring our middle school health/sex ed teacher, Ms. Now, the rest of Facebook was having a field day watching this for several reasons: First, because it was a son interviewing his OWN MOM about sex (agree); Second, because the discussion was maybe not appropriate for younger Facebook users (disagree); And third, because Ms. But my friends and I were freaking out for different reasons. Kelton (a teacher I had not thought about in over a decade, even though she played an integral role in my childhood education) and her distinct mannerisms and voice live on-screen. She would always wear shorts and put one leg up on an empty chair or desk when teaching. And it certainly didn't help that I already felt uncomfortable because she was talking about sex. Kelton had such a direct and blunt way of teaching.
”I opened up Facebook Messenger to see what my high school friend was all-caps'ing about at noon on a Sunday.
Her thick Long Island accent grew more and more profound the faster and faster she talked. A few examples from the video above: When asked if a condom can get lost inside a vagina, Ms. But perhaps the biggest, most concerning mistake happens around minute when Mike asks, “How do you get Plan B? “Plan B, you know, the pill…”“Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know what you were talking about.”Yeah, that's because SHE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT PLAN B IS. I'm not looking to question or make fun of her intelligence or her credibility as an educator. A new global study found most people think their sex ed programs were outdated, negative, heterosexist and out-of-touch.
Kelton says, “I highly doubt it.” Her son then tells her about a time his friend went to the bathroom during brunch and pulled out a condom from the night before.“Michael,” she gasps, clearly disgusted by this very real and common possibility. I can't even imagine.”Then, when asked if girls can pee and orgasm at the same time, Ms. And neither can males.” Her son looks confused, and for good reason. You know, the morning-after pill, one of the most important drugs for women within our generation's lifetime and the first FDA-approved emergency contraceptive ever to be made available over-the-counter. And in our very own Sex ED survey, we recently found a large portion of Millennials have never even been tested for an STD.
At least my middle school even We know that about half of all young people initiate sex by age 17, yet as a society, we fail to educate them about sexual development and sexual health.
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