School Board Director Teaches Children in Sex Shop

A school board director for the Bellingham School District in Washington state is planning to host a class on sexuality for nine to 12-year-olds at the local sex shop she owns in downtown Bellingham.

Fox News is reporting on Jenn Mason, school board director at Bellingham Public School and the owner of sex shop called WinkWink who is planning to host the event for young children. It will focus on “sexual anatomy for pleasure” and “safer sex practices for all kinds of activities.”

Mason told KTTH radio host Jason Rantz that the purpose of the class is to introduce children ages nine to 12 to topics related to relationships, puberty, bodies and sexuality.

“We focus on what makes healthy vs. unhealthy friendships and romantic relationships, the science of how puberty works, consent and personal boundaries, defining ‘sex’, and discussing why people may or may not choose to engage in sexual activities,” she told Rantz.

She is planning to teach these subjects in four, three-hour sex ed classes that will be held at WinkWink as part of an event billed as the “Uncringe Academy.”

Notwithstanding the risqué subject matter, these children will be entering an establishment that sells sex toys, lingerie and books, and claims to be in the business of making “sexual pleasure, wellness, and health available and accessible to everyone.”

The store’s website goes on to express their belief in “normalizing, accepting, and affirming all bodies, identities, and gender experiences is an inherently political act. Pleasure is our revolution.”

WinkWink believes sex is more than just conventional relations between a man and a woman. “…[‘S]ex’ can really be any activity that a person does with themselves or others to become aroused,” the site says. “There’s no such thing as ‘real’ sex, and it’s okay if your definition of sex is different from someone else’s.”

This isn’t the first time Mason has been in the news for her controversial children’s activities at WinkWink. Earlier this year she hosted a “Queer Youth Open Mic Night” at her sex shop for children ranging in age from infant to 18 years in order to offer a “stage for young queer voices in our community.”

Parents looking for information about school board members for Bellingham Public Schools won’t find any mention of Mason’s controversial side job on the school’s website. It merely lists her as a “community educator and trauma counselor” who is a “small business owner working with nonprofit organizations and government agencies on resource development, communication, and events.” There’s no mention of her being a ”certified sex coach and educator” which is how she describes herself on WinkWink’s website.

This could explain why she was first elected to the board in 2017 and then re-elected in 2021.

Bellingham public schools did not comment on Mason’s activities because the event was being held in her personal capacity as a local business owner, not as a school official. However, they did make it a point to say that the Queer Youth Open Mic Night was not endorsed by the school.

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