Letter to parents about dating
After all, sexual activity is pleasurable; it feels good.
Why raise questions about what consenting people do with their bodies?
The following is a letter to teenage children and their parents about sexuality.
This letter is for all teens, regardless of their age, sexual orientation or political persuasion.
Dear Parent, For a while, you knew that every year, your student would take a test in reading and mathematics, and the school would pay attention to how well your child did.
It was called “accountability” or maybe your state called it “adequate yearly progress.” Either way, your child’s performance mattered to how you and the community viewed the success of your school.
The point was that, if you weren’t happy with the work the school was doing to improve, you had some options.
While it may not be anti-biblical, I know that I will never accept it and I’ll never forgive you.
- Keith O’Neal, Reynoldsburg City Schools Our tour guide was spectacular!