One parent, Per J, is not happy about where his child who’s in second grade will go next week with her classmates.
The school is taking the kids (who are approximately 7-8 years old) to a place called “The Tiger’s Nest”.
The dad has heard around town that this place is a cult or a sect and that something sketchy most certainly occurs at this place.
It is proven in the past that sex-cults do exist in Denmark, that’s a documented fact, so this could very well be true.
Even if it is not a cult and it is “just” a tantra-sex course where people learn sex, is that really a place for an 8 year old?The school leader says: “We have to prepare our pupils for a good education and a good life, and a local business like The Tiger’s Nest is a good place to visit in regards to that.”This, however, is enough and over the line for even the Danes.
At least most of them.Eva Jakobsen comments on Facebook:
“I’m not uptight at all, but there has to be a limit, and that limit has been reached!”The other comments in this screenshot basically say the same except for Christina Larsen who says:
“In our home we also have sex, does that mean our kids can’t live here?” with 17 likes.Be sure to check out the other news stories out of Denmark, that you won’t hear on mainstream television.Oh, link to original source if you think this is fake: http://ekstrabladet.dk/nationen/far-forarget-over-2-klasses-skoletur-de-dyrker-tantra-sex/5415116
Danish supermarket/grocery store NETTO now sells sex toys and even shows it in their commercials.
NETTO is just a normal supermarket that has been around for a long time, equivalent to Aldi, that I (the citizen journalist) know exist in the USA.
In connection to new years eve comping up soon, they thought it would be funny to sell these sex toys in their stores, where kids often go with their parents.
In the physical commercial that comes to your house every week in Denmark, they have a section called “A totally innocent new year” that shows products like fluffy handcuffs, a cleaning feather, and in the description for the cleaning feather, it says “Totally useless for cleaning”, trying to be funny while they potentially sell sex toys to kids.
They also sell sets of dice with “fun words” on them, some of them being “Lick” and “Touch”, etc.
The marketing responsible Martin Hasgaard Olesen says that he’s not worried the Danes will get upset.
“We know that a few might react to it, because it’s different. But it’s new years, so we’re just having a little fun around this time of year”.
And he was right, judging from Facebook where it is being discussed, most people for sure have no problem with it whatsoever.
All the five top comments say that it’s funny.
But is it really? Do we need more sex being thrown in the faces of our children?
It turns out that they also sell vibrators. I didn’t catch that at first.
The lipstick is a vibrator, and so is the white thing that they call a muscle-relaxer.