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Update on Middle Schoolers Being Taught How to Use Strap-On: Fake News

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Update:

Upon new information surfacing and doing more research, we found that the sources we used for the story on Florida middle schoolers learning how to use strap-ons were wrong and the story is actually false.

Unfortunately, there are so many ridiculous news stories our there these day that are true, sometimes it is hard to know what is real and what is not. Although previously reliable, we will not be using that source anymore, either.

Rather than the photos being a teacher showing middle school students how to use a strap-on, the photos were from a sex store owner giving classes to adults.

Snopes reports on the incident saying:

The photographs displayed in the original article were not in fact pictures of a Florida substitute teacher named Sharon Mercer, but rather pictures of Carlyle Jansen, the founder and owner of Good for Her (a progressive, female-friendly sex store in Toronto, Ontario), who has upon occasion been invited to give talks about sexual health at Toronto-area high schools. But Ms. Jansen told us that she also teaches sex ed classes for adult audiences, that the photographs displayed in the outrage-provoking article were snapped at a university-level (not a sixth grade) class, and that she “would not have done those positions and discussed strap-ons to that extent in a high school setting.”

Instead, someone repurposed those photos and incorporated them into a post that read as a sort of melange of moral panics, touching on fears about the threat of common core curriculum, openly gay teachers, and general ambient concerns about acceptance of homosexuality in society. As quickly as it appeared, the InfoWars post evaporated as it was scrubbed from that site.

Many Conservative sites were duped into believing it was real and given the context of the false narrative, it is an infuriating situation.

We apologize for the confusion there as we try to always make sure our stories are 100% accurate. We hate fake news just as much as you do! However, accidents do happen and therefore, we want everyone to know that this story is false, although previously reported true.

The original article is below.


Children in sixth grade are being given sexual education classes, which is okay if they are age appropriate. However, these CHILDREN are being taught how use a strap-on sex toy!

The unbelievable photos in this article are straight out of a Jacksonville, Florida classroom! A student in the class took photos on a phone as the the 11-12 year-olds are literally being taught how to use strap-on dildos as part of a “Common Core” sex ed lesson.

In one image, the teacher even shows how to insert the strap-on while her buttocks are in the air and her legs up over her head.

In another image, the woman shows the children how to wear a harness to which the strap-on is attached.

Clinton Middle School in Duval County hired 39-year-old Sharon Mercer to teach the sex education class but after the photos emerged she was suspended and the school refused further comment. Mercer claimed her suspension was an act of “bigotry” because she was a “proud member of the LGBTQ community.”

Newly implemented Common Core educational standards have been assailed for their attempt to create a lowest common denominator form of teaching which many assert only works to dumb down lessons and prevent smart students from excelling, but these images give a glimpse into an even darker side to the federally mandated rules.

The teaching of so-called “alternative” sexual lifestyles is mandated in many states under Common Core.

The Secrets of the Fed website also points to a book being given to 4th graders under new Common Core standards entitled It’s Perfectly Normal, which teaches children as young as nine how to masturbate.

They are teaching the kids lessons like these at such young ages now, and then wonder why so many teen pregnancies are happening!! Let the kids be kids!

I am not saying sex-ed shouldn’t be taught, but it should be age appropriate. Children who are not even hitting puberty yet shouldn’t be learning about strap-ons!

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About the author

Keely Sharp

Keely Sharp

Keely is a 23-year-old conservative writer for many different sites, including Keepandbear.com. While she lives in Georgia, she grew up in Florida. Keely is pro-life, Christian, and a member of the NRA. When she is not writing, she enjoys going to the range and hiking with her dogs.

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