With studies showing that Abstinence Only and Just Say No efforts have not resulted in any lessening of sexual activity among young people but inexplicably have increased their activity more than those that have not signed up, the two groups have begun a new campaign to stop sex among teenagers. The new program is titled: "Just Don't Look"
The thinking, according to a spokesman, is that if young people just don't look at each other, nothing much more will happen. Those that sign up will pledge never to look at another young person of the opposite sex.....that is, never look below the persons neck...and when looking directly at them, avoid eye contact of any kind. It is suggested, but not mandatory, that the girls wear Burhkas and boys wear full body suits at all times.
There are a few mandatory items. Any boy that is caught dropping his pencil on the floor in school and bends over to pick it up so he can look up the skirt of the girl sitting behind him, will be automatically expelled from school. The third offense will result in immediate castration. Females caught looking at pictures of male models in a magazine will be expelled as well as boys looking at the lingerie ads in The New York TImes. Those that sign up will be required not to look at a young person of the opposite sex until marraige.....and then... only if they don't enjoy it.
The groups say that they know this will be difficult....but the rewards far outweigh any discomfert the young people may have for the present. For those that abide by the rules, the future pleasures will be beyond the wildest dreams. For the young men....there will be 365 virgins in the afterlife...and unlimited blow jobs with a person of their choice, not gender specfic. For the girls...they will ride bareback on a bucking horse...for all of eternity.
"Just Don't Look" is the way to go said the spokesperson for the new group, concluding, "For those young people who find this a very hard program, we understand...we have been there..but remember..it is your home...your tub...your bar of soap...and it is nobody's business how long you wash it"