WASHINGTON, DC – Fabian State University Press will publish this fall a 400-page research paper entitled Perversion and Your Child.The author of this groundbreaking research report is Horace Mann High School Sex Educationalist Erda von Schwantz.
Critics who are familiar with her research believe Miss von Schwantz’s book will significantly influence the way professionals view children. Her paper, “The Little Known Secrets Your Child Keeps Buried,” which appeared several years ago in the prestigious American Public School Journal for the Affirmation of Pedagogic Integrity, caused a storm of excitement upon publication. Her premise that “most teenagers find traditional sexual activity abnormal” made national headlines. In Perversion and Your Child, she goes a step further and identifies over 50 disorders, including bestiality and necrophilia that she found to be common among teenagers with hyper-active libidos.
The former Rhodes Scholar attributes this adolescent deviation to what Sigmund Freud has referred to as a child’s polymorphous-perverse disposition. “In an unrelenting search for ways to gratify basic sexual needs,” she writes, “the adolescent crosses over at an early age to what clinical psychologists identify as socially forbidden areas of experimentation.” In Perversion and Your child, von Schwantz provides a definitive solution to ending such deviation among high-risk teenagers, “To prevent this social crisis from continuing,” the outspoken sex educationalist writes, “we must institute in all our schools, as soon as possible, a mass sterilization program.”
This research, which has been generously funded with government grants, is seriously being debated in seven states.
Erda von Schwantz is a fictitious character in Joe David’s outrageously funny book, Teacher of the Year. Reviewers of the book have referred to it as “unique fun, startling” (Jennifer Stephens, WXCD-FM), “a good read” (Bob Madigan, WTOP Washington), “a madcap, often twistedly comic satire” (Sam Weller, New City Newspaper, Chicago), “wonderfully humorous...with serious messages about teaching and education” (Mike Bowler, Baltimore Sun).
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