Columbia Grammar & Prep Parents Upset by Controversial New Sex Education Teacher

Columbia Grammar & Prep Parents Upset by Controversial New Sex Education Teacher

Parents at an elite private school in New York are scolding the school for hiring a new sex education teacher who uses the same controversial videos as a previous educator who was at the center of last year’s “porn literacy” scandal.

Lindsay Frum, also known as “Sexually Smart” on Twitter, is expected to teach four classes next month at Columbia Grammar School and Preparatory School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

But when the parents of the $56,000-a-year school were informed of her arrival on March 1, many worried she would not be outspoken in her teachings, according to the New York Post.

The concern comes less than a year after former teacher Justine Ang Fonte conducted an explicit “porn literacy” workshop for students without their parents’ knowledge.

Fonte has also come under fire for using the controversial Amaze series of sex education videos that educate children about gender identity and how they can use puberty blockers.

The series is also recommended and used by newcomer Fram, who tweets openly about her teachings and political views, including how the police should be abolished and why she prefers “mom” and “dad” to be called “adults who take care of about you.

The parents told The Post that they are also concerned that Fram will insert these far-left views into his teachings next month.

“Either the school didn’t check it properly or the school doesn’t care what it does, so the school administration should be held accountable for this,” one parent told The Post. “I want to know exactly what she is teaching my child.”

Lindsey Frum, also known as

Lindsey Frum, also known as “Sexually Smart” on Twitter, is expected to teach four classes next month at Columbia Grammar School and Preparatory School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

Fram, who tweets openly about her teachings and political views, including how the police should be abolished and why she prefers

Fram, who tweets openly about her teachings and political views, including how the police should be abolished and why she prefers “mom” and “dad” to be called “adults who care about you.”

Parents at Columbia Grammar School and Preparatory School on Manhattan's Upper West Side scold the school for hiring a new sex education teacher who uses the same controversial videos as the previous teacher who was at the center of last year's

Parents at Columbia Grammar School and Preparatory School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side scold the school for hiring a new sex education teacher who uses the same controversial videos as the previous teacher who was at the center of last year’s “porn literacy” scandal .

Last May, Justine Ang Fonte, who taught at Columbia Prep and Dalton School, found herself at the center of controversy after she gave a candid “porn literacy” seminar to about 120 boys and girls who were juniors in the school without warning their parents.

Students at Columbia Grammar School and Preparatory School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side were invited to watch a slide show titled “Porn Literacy: A Crossover Focus on Popular Porn.”

The workshop included photos of partially nude women, some in bondage, as well as references to common porn terms such as “creampie” and “gangbang”.

Fonte has since resigned and defended her teachings in an interview with the New York Times last summer.

Last May, Justine Ang Fonte (pictured), who taught at Columbia Prep and Dalton School, found herself at the center of controversy after she taught an explicit

Last May, Justine Ang Fonte (pictured), who taught at Columbia Prep and Dalton School, found herself at the center of controversy after she taught an explicit “porn literacy” workshop for about 120 boys and girls who were juniors in the school. not worried. parents

Fonte recently presented a slideshow about porn literacy to high school students.

Fonte recently presented a slideshow about porn literacy to high school students.

Most of the 120 students aged 16 to 17 who attended the lecture watched it on Zoom from home.

Teenagers were also shown “orgasm gap” statistics showing that straight women experience fewer orgasms with their partners than gay men or lesbians.

Students were also shown photographs of semi-naked women, some of them in bondage, to analyze “What is porn and what is art?”

Another slide mentioned various genres of porn such as “incest-themed”, “consensual” or “vanilla”, “barely legal”, “kink” and BDSM.

In addition, the slideshow included a list of the most popular pornographic terms in 2019, including “anal”, “gangbang”, and even “stepmom”, as well as discussions of OnlyFans, where “content creators” share photos and videos in which they naked or having sex. with subscribers for a monthly fee.

School officials later apologized to the parents for the lecture, with principal Dr. William Donoghue saying they did not know what the lesson would entail.

Both teachers also use the Amaze video series.

Fonte, the School of Health and Wellness, and the Dalton School showed students videos from the AMAZE free sex education series last fall.

Fonte, the School of Health and Wellness, and the Dalton School showed students videos from the AMAZE free sex education series last fall.

In the video, a little cartoon boy asks, “Hey, why does my penis sometimes get big and point up?”

“It’s called an erection,” the cartoon adult woman replies.

“Sometimes I touch my penis because it feels good,” the boy adds.

The cartoon girl then says, “Sometimes when I take a bath or when my mom puts me to bed, I like to touch my vulva too.”

“There you have a clitoris, Kayla, which is probably nice to touch in the same way that Keith’s penis is nice when he touches it,” the adult character says to the little girl.

The older woman adds: “Have you ever noticed that older children and adults don’t touch their private parts in public? You can touch yourself and see how different parts of the body feel, but it is better to do this only in private.

After outrage, Fonte told her parents that she did not use the word “masturbation” in class.

Those who complained to the school administration were told they misinterpreted the lessons, as The Post reported earlier last year.

In the video, a little cartoon boy asks,

In the video, a little cartoon boy asks, “Hey, why does my penis sometimes get big and point up?”

The cartoon adult then tells the boy that it's called an

The cartoon adult then tells the boy that it’s called an “erection” before the boy apparently turns to masturbation.

The cartoon girl then tells the adult that she, too, touches her vulva when she goes to bed.

The cartoon girl then tells the adult that she, too, touches her vulva when she goes to bed.

The video also teaches first graders the differences between a penis and a clitoris.

The video also teaches first graders the differences between a penis and a clitoris.

Fonte, who also taught at Columbia Prep, New York City’s oldest nonsectarian independent school founded in 1764, said she felt let down by both schools and feared for her safety when faced with email threats, and says her personal information has been shared on the Internet, which is a practice. known as “doxing”.

“I wanted to believe that Columbia Prep was the school to take on these educational, intellectual issues, and at least one person at that school believed I could do it,” she told the New York Times in July.

Fonte insisted that her workshops, including a mandatory one in porn that included incest role-playing games and OnlyFans, reflected mainstream approaches to sex education.

Describing her hopes for students, she said, “I arm them in a way that they can exercise free will and consent, knowing exactly what the parts are, what they are called, and how to take care of them.”

She was supported by several sex educators who told the NYT that there was nothing unacceptable about her classes as they met the current National Standards for Sex Education and the World Health Organization’s International Technical Guidelines for Sex Education.

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