Albemarle Nixes Sex Ed. Film

School officials have decided not to allow the Albemarle School Board to consider the adoption of a sex ed film, entitled “Rubber Glove of Love,” for the curriculum. The film became available for viewing last week, as is required before being voted on by the board, and ended up prompting objections from parents. The 18-minute film portrays teenaged couple Jill and Bill discussing sex, and shows several potential scenarios, including one in which they decide to merely kiss, and another in which they go to the drug store and buy condoms and whipped cream. Asks concerned resident Bonnie Bossi, “Why not save yourself for marriage?” Kate Andrews has the story in today’s Progress.

4 Responses to “Albemarle Nixes Sex Ed. Film”


  • “Rubber Glove of Love”?! Wow! I’d vote in favor of that one just because of its title, that’s hilarious!

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  • just trying to be amusing

  • > Asks concerned resident Bonnie Bossi, “Why not

    > save yourself for marriage?”

    Hey, why not bring Mrs. Bossi into class and have her say that to the kids, instead of showing the film? Why, that’s genius! I’m sure every single student in the class will follow the fine example set by M(r)s. Bossi! No more unwanted pregnancies or STDs! Hell, why not make her a national spokesperson! Why didnt they do this sooner?

  • Yeah, maybe she’s really hot!

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