VIDEO: [DailyUS News] Parents were enraged when students of the Erickson Elementary School, near Creston B.C., were mistakenly given the graphic CATIE Safer Sex Guide which is designed to help adults avoid contracting Hepatitis and HIV. The guide handed out by a public health nurse contains images of bondage, sex acts and fetishes. It also give advice on how to share sex toys and use drugs. [June 27, 2019]
On June 20, a local public health nurse joined a grade 6/7 health class at Erickson Elementary School near Creston, B.C. to provide a scheduled lesson on sexual health.
A “safer sex guide,” published by the Canadian Aids Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE), was mistakenly distributed to students following the sex-ed class.
The booklet contains information on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and the chances of getting an STI depending on the type of sex you have.
It includes sections on various sex acts, and allegedly uses graphic slang language for the sexual activities.
It also contains tips on how to reduce the chances of passing HIV or Hepatitis C while using recreational drugs during sex.
“If you snort drugs, use your own straw or bumper. Rolled-up sticky notes make single-use, disposable straw,” is one example in the safe sex on drugs section.
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