LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sex-themed posters are propaganda

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What responsible parent would want their kids to see sexual messages (“Kansas middle school how-to poster to express ‘sexual feelings’ sparks ire,” Web, Jan. 16)? Kids don’t need sex shoved at them, but that’s just what the Hocker Grave Middle School in Kansas is doing to its students.

People ask what’s wrong with public schools. Well, garbage like this is just the start. This is one more reason for parents to home-school their kids. That way, children will be taught the core academics they really need, instead of being indoctrinated with propaganda like this.

STEPHEN V. GILMORE

Charlotte, N.C.

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