Earlier this week, teachers on Reddit revealed some of the craziest misconceptions students have about sex. We can’t blame them for thinking that Skittles are a perfectly acceptable form of birth control, we can only blame the adults who’ve left them woefully uniformed.
Well, according to a new survey, they’re not gonna find much reliable information from adults either. An email poll conducted by Vouchercloud.net to find out how knowledgable Americans are about tech-related terms discovered that, sadly, 11 percent of the more than 2,000 participants thought that HTML (the code used to build websites) was a sexually transmitted infection. That’s about one in ten Americans who thinks you can contract HTML from unprotected sex. Keep reading »
Teachers everywhere, hear this tale of porn-watching gone wrong and cower in fear. Why is it never a good idea to browse amputee porn just moments before your students arrive? Oh, because Murphy’s Law dictates that some way, somehow, the fornicating amputees will find their way onto the projector instead of your intended lesson plans and that before you even realize your grave mistake, one of your students will snap a photo and send it to the local newspaper. Keep reading »