sex ed teacher who taught 6-year-olds about masturbation resigns, blames bosses

Teaching children about sex is a sensitive subject and should be treated as such. Justine Ang Fonte, a health director in a school in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, enjoyed years of success.

However, she had to resign after she taught six-year-old children about masturbation and showed OnlyFans content to teens. She is blaming her bosses.

The case of a $47,000-a-year Dalton school divided the States, and here is what we know about the workshops and where it all went wrong.

Inside Justine Ang Fonte’s Workshops

The Blaze noted that Fonte’s classes “went into great detail about prepubescent children touching themselves in an intimate manner.” Further, it “showed children a video featuring cartoon characters discussing erections, masturbation, and more and specifically detailed intimate parts such as a woman’s clitoris.”

The New York Post had an inside scoop about the workshops, including incest, BDSM, and more. They described that the slide presentation included 120 boys and girls.

It included “three big male vulnerabilities,” statistics on the “orgasm gap,” pointing out that straight women have far fewer orgasms with their partners than gay men or women.

Also, it had photos of partially nude women, some in bondage, to explain “what is porn and what is art.” The Post saw parts of the presentation that included the most Googled pornographic terms. Among them are “creampie,” “anal,” “gangbang,” “stepmom,” and more.

The Post wrote:

“One slide cited various porn genres such as “incest-themed,” consensual or “vanilla,” “barely legal,” and “kink and BDSM” (which included “waterboard electro” torture porn as an example).”

The school was once attended by Baron Trump, and apart from apologizing to parents, this prestigious institution is not saying much.

Fonte’s Defense

The news about the classes in prestigious Dalton School shocked everyone and went viral in a heartbeat.

Fonte is still pushing sexual education, as she stated she hopes her ex-students “can exercise body agency and consent by knowing exactly what those parts are, what they are called, and how to take care of them.”

She added that the school was not ready to “take on these issues in an educational, intellectual way.”

Of course, people wanted to know who is Justine Ang and what is behind her reasoning. The Times reported that Fonte resigned because her bosses “[failed] to back me up.” Now, she is considered about her safety.

Fonte claims she is being doxxed, as she is also getting threats in her inbox. She said:

“At least one person at that school trusted that I could do it. And I did. But they weren’t ready to back it up, and it cost me my safety.”

The Blaze added that the former teacher would continue her work. Though she will no longer be a teacher, she is planning to write a book.

The case divided the media. The Daily Wire is sure that Fonte is sexualizing children. The New York Times penned a piece claiming that these classes are not unusual, according to the professionals in the field.

The whole case turned into a political issue, but does anyone think about children? Is this hyper-sexualizing or progressive way of thinking?