Teacher Allows Class To Watch Movie As Reward And If You’re Thinking They Chose Porn, Nope, But Pretty Damn Close
Remember those random days off during the school year when teachers would have “in session” meetings? You’d get the day off and the teachers would spend the morning and afternoon watching videos about how to deal with kids sending dick pics in class and how to properly run the lunch line.
Maybe some schools should plan an extra “in session” day to school some teachers on basic pop culture knowledge. The class would be called “here, read any fucking current newspaper or magazine to find out what the hell is happening in the world.” A class such as that might have prevented a West Virginia teacher from accidentally showing Fifty Shades Of Grey to a room full of students because she’d “never heard of it.”
Portions of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” a controversial movie depicting graphic acts of sexual violence, was screened in a West Virginia classroom this week.
The filmography request was made by a group of Hampshire County students who asked their teacher, who was ignorant of the film’s content, if they could watch it as a reward for good work.
“Fortunately, an assistant principal walked by and saw what they were doing,” said school principal Jeff Woofter. “They got there 10 minutes after it started and shut it down.”
I bet the “boo” from that classroom was loud enough to be heard in Virginia. But how much could they have seen in ten minutes? I’ve never seen the movie. Is the first ten minutes all plot or do people start banging in ball gags right from the jump?
Maybe a little sex education wouldn’t hurt the kids in West Virginia. Bondage and rough sex might save a couple stale relationships in the state. It might even make home life better for the kids. They could explore other sexual avenues instead of just breaking things off their brother or sister.
[via Charleston Daily Mail]