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Wednesday, 29 January 2014

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Most California students in sex ed classes are bored beyond belief.

SACRAMENTO, California - The state of California has always prided itself as being in the forefront when it comes to education.

California high schools have in recent years gone from concentrating mostly on non-academic activities such as cheerleading and badminton to subjects like the Ancient History of the Aztec Culture and the Pros and Cons of Breastfeeding.

One area where the Left Coast state led the nation was in sex education. The state prided itself in providing sex education to every student enrolled in the school.

But as a principal in the Tarzana School District pointed out, recent high school sex education research studies showed that 99.7 percent of the students already knew everything that there was to know about sex.

It was found that as a result many of the sex ed students would fall asleep in class because they were extremely bored.

And so it was for that reason that effective with the 2014-2015 school year, every high school in California will no longer have any sex education classes.

SIDENOTE: A source with the California High School Federation stated that all of the anatomically correct male and female rubber models which were used to demonstrate the various sexual parts will be collected from each school and they will all be sold on eBay.

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