“You’re My Bitch”: Common Core Standards Expose America’s Teens To Graphic Pornography (WARNING: ADULT CONTENT)

Cyrus Massoumi

The Leftists’ greatest triumph in the last five years has been its takeover of education. From Howard Zinn’s communist, American-hating People’s History of the United States, which is one of the most assigned American history book in U.S. colleges and high schools, to “fuzzy math,” which holds that demanding correct answers is racist, the Left has deluged our children with academic garbage. It’s now moving to a new front, which is to deluge our children with porn.

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The most recent weapon in the Left’s war against American values is the “Common Core Standard,” which 45 school districts across America have adopted as a way to improve education. Whether the standards improve education remains to be seen. What we know already is that, in English classes through the U.S., students are being exposed to poorly written novels that read like cheap porn.

The Daily Caller has highlighted yet another example of “Lit-Porn” that every 10th grader at Buena High School in Sierra Vista, Arizona, is required to read: Dreaming in Cuban, is a deservedly lesser-known book by Cristina Garcia, published way back in 1992. Why deservedly lesser known? Because it’s really bad, especially the porn bits that Buena High students are required to read out loud in class:

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Hugo and Felicia stripped in their room, dissolving easily into one another, and made love against the whitewashed walls. Hugo bit Felicia’s breast and left purplish bands of bruises on her upper thighs. He knelt before her in the tub and massaged black Spanish soap between her legs. He entered her repeatedly from behind.

Felicia learned what pleased him. She tied his arms above his head with their underclothing and slapped him sharply when he asked.

“You’re my bitch,” Hugo said, groaning.

In the morning he left, promising to return in the summer.

(Read More: Teacher Has Sex With Five Students In Classroom, Offers Sex As A “Prize”.)

There’s no nice way to say this: It’s bad writing, not to mention skin-crawlingly, violent, bad shower sex.

The only good thing about this kind of smut – and that’s what it is no matter how carefully the Leftist educational hierarchy tries to wrap it in high-falutin’ language about cross-cultural learning and male hegemonic domination – is that it seems to be turning young people off of sex. After all, the vast majority of entering Harvard freshmen are virgins . It seems that bad porn has its uses.

(Read More: Sex-Ed Teacher Has Sex With 14-Year-Old Student.)

One does have to wonder, though, whether the escalation in teaching/student sexual relations has as its genesis the fevered atmosphere created in classes where fresh-faced young people are forced to read aloud stories about debased sexual practices. The classroom was certainly a more wholesome atmosphere when America’s young people were reading Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, and even J.D. Salinger.

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