School District Where Teacher Gave Boy a Lap Dance OKs Planned Parenthood Curriculum

State   |   Rita Diller   |   May 7, 2014   |   4:46PM   |   Houston, TX

In Houston, Texas, where middle-schoolers are being targeted with Planned Parenthood’s “It’s Your Game; Keep it Real” repugnant sex education curriculum, a middle school teacher has done the unthinkable. She kept a middle school boy after class and forced a lap dance upon him. This really should not come as a great surprise to those of us who realize what a sick culture of sex surrounds these children where Planned Parenthood sex programs are implemented.

plannedparenthood85CBS Houston reports that the 42-year-old female teacher admits she kept the boy and his classmates after class and performed the lap dance while his classmates watched—in honor of his birthday. It was described as a “full contact” lap dance, with the student reporting the teacher touched him all over his body and even placed her head between his legs. After the four-minute assault, she reportedly said, “Happy Birthday, Baby. I love you.”

This incident took place in Stovall Middle School in the Aldine Independent School District, which has approved Planned Parenthood’s “It’s Your Game; Keep it Real” sex curriculum for use in middle schools. STOPP was instrumental in working with parents to keep the program out of the Cy-Fair District middle schools in Houston. We have written extensively about it.

The offending teacher has been charged with “improper relationship with a student,” and was removed from the campus during the investigation.

But that’s not all. Further STOPP research revealed that also in April of this year, a 32-year-old counselor was removed from another Aldine Independent School District middle school after being accused of having sex with a student on multiple occasions after hours at the teacher’s apartment. The counselor denies the charges, but the school district reports that it uncovered “screen shots on Instagram indicating the boy had been to [the teacher’s] apartment near Midtown, gone with her to a bar near her home, and spent the night at the apartment with her.”



While these kinds of incidents can happen in any school district, adding Planned Parenthood’s pornographic sex education to the mix will only make the campus more dangerous. Note: Rita Diller is the national director of American Life League’s Stop Planned Parenthood Project.