“642 Things to Write About” – grooming minors to write about sex and killing people.
By Marica Micallef
Grooming the children is a very serious matter. Children are still pure, open souls who absorb more stuff than we think.
The term “grooming” is thus being used because it shows the exploitation of children derived from the context of having adults building a relationship, trust and emotional connection with them so they can be manipulated, exploited and abused. Children and young people who are groomed can be sexually abused, exploited or trafficked.
This is why parents, educators, guardians and whoever is involved with the care of children, must fight and push back the grooming of our children.
In America, the grooming of children is not only going round the LGBTIQA+ agenda, but it is further being widened to how to become a serial killer in a killing spree. And one of the ways that we are seeing this agenda pushing forth is through books.
It happened that in Hudson, Ohio, the students in the school’s Liberal Arts II writing class had received a book of inappropriate writing prompts. This book created outrage with Hudson Mayor Craig Shubert and Hudson High School parents calling for the resignation of the school board members and teachers.
In a school board meeting, Hudson Mayor Craig Shubert said:
“It has come to my attention that your educators are distributing essentially what is child pornography in the classroom. I’ve spoken to a judge this evening and she’s already confirmed that. So I’m going to give you a simple choice: either choose to resign from this board of education or you will be charged.”
The book in question carried the name of “642 Things to Write About”, from which Monica Havens, a mother of one of these high school seniors, shared some of the prompts at the board meeting:
- “Choose how you will die.”
- “Write a scene that begins: ‘It was the first time I killed a man.”
- “Describe your favorite part of a man’s body using only verbs.”
- “You have a dream that you’ve murdered someone. Who is it, how and why did the murder happen, and what happens afterward?”
- “You are a serial killer. What TV shows are on your DVR list? Why?”
- “The kill fee.”
- “Write a sex scene you wouldn’t show your mom.”
- “Rewrite the sex scene from above into one that you’d let your mom read.”
- “You have just been caught in bed by a jealous spouse. How will you talk your way out of this?”
- “Write a sermon for a beloved preacher who has been caught in a sex scandal.”
- “Describe a time when you wanted to orgasm but couldn’t;”
- “Ten euphemisms for sex.”
- “You are a brand-new suicide-hotline counsellor. Describe how you feel during the course of your first call.”
- “Write a letter from the point of view of a drug addict.”
- “Write an X-rated Disney scenario.”
- “A roomful of people who want to sleep together.”
“I can’t even wrap my brain around a teacher, I don’t care if it’s for college credit, these are minors,” Havens said.
“Erik Dirker, a police officer with the city of Stow, called for the school to install cameras in classrooms at the board meeting.
“Police officers wear body cameras to monitor their behavior, and they have brief interactions with the public. You guys have our kids all day and we don’t know what’s going on in the classrooms,” Dirker said at the meeting.
“I demand that there be cameras in classrooms as a matter of public record that we can pull and view what is being taught to our kids and what is being said to our kids,” Dirker said at the meeting.”
2 thoughts on ““642 Things to Write About” – grooming minors to write about sex and killing people.”
I vote yes for cameras in the classroom and who ever put that book in the education of the children should be jailed and all teacher who didn’t do anything about should be fired jailed and never be able to teach again.
Dear Tammy, the problem with cameras is that they infringe on privacy and it is like a Big Brother context. So, my concern is that in the beginning cameras might be set up “for everyone’s good and safety” but then they are slowly turned into something more invading. I feel it is more down to whoever is allowing these books in schools and the agenda which is being pushed and thus, along with this agenda, these books will be allowed and some “teachers” who are in favour of this agenda, will be employed. These are the times for parents to monitor more than ever and for children to speak up the minute they immediately realise that something is not up.