Teacher faces sack for asking male students to bring semen-filled condoms to class

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Mara Inés Peredowho, a sex education teacher in Bolivia, is facing dismissal after asking her male students to bring a condom filled with their sperm to class.

Parents in Bolivia were outraged by the lesson, which was supposed to be part of a sex education class on the male reproductive system, and the unusual lesson may now cost the female teacher her job at the Juana Azurduy de Padilla school in Minero.

Peredo, who has been accused of bribing minors, has apologized for the “misunderstanding.”

It was emphasized that the students were not required to complete the “homework.”

“I am a mother of four small children and I am not a pervert,” Peredowho told Duty magazine.

Peredo went on to say that the assignment was to see how long sperm could survive in a humid environment.

“That was my goal as a teacher, not to pervert the students and have them masturbate and bring it in a jar, which was never my intention,” she added.

She stated that the lesson was also to warn girls to avoid this substance if they wanted to avoid pregnancy.

“I have not killed anyone, I have not raped anyone,” the teacher explained.

“If I have to go to jail for teaching a sex education class, the population will tell, because the young people will find out sooner or later, one way or another, that I am imparting knowledge, and if I have made a mistake, I apologise to the entire Minero and Bolivian society.”

According to Carlos Oporto, director of the Santa Cruz Special Force to Combat Violence,

“Right now, we’re watching psychological interviews of Minero high school students.”

“The outcome of those will determine whether or not we take action.”

“She has been suspended from the corresponding function for the duration of the investigation,” said Edwin Huayllani, departmental director of education.