Student online sex stories
Whereas Von Packard, a parent of three grown children, found the issue encouraged sexual objectification, Oracle features editor Negin Shahiar, a junior, said the stories “have significant education value” and may in some instances be tasteless but not obscene.
In the Oracle’s features on “Sex and Relationships,” he said, “there’s nothing I would have taken down.” The articles covered Valentine’s Day advice, the side benefits of breakups, various kinds of love, a sex poll, abstinence, humorous advice for guys and a story, “What they teach you in health, and what you really need to know.” It was those last two stories that drew the most parental ire.
“If those articles were written in a company newsletter in a New York second that employee would be terminated,” said Moe De Luca of Mountain View.
The beaming blonde allegedly engaged in “sexual content with the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire” of the student, the Daily Star reported.
Detectives launched the investigation on March 10 after getting a tip from a school administrator.
“Lockhart parents entrust their children to us every day, and it is something we do not take lightly,” schools superintendent Susan Bohn said in a statement.