Sunday, January 30, 2005

8th-Graders Told Stripping, Exotic Dancing Are Rewarding Career Choices

8th-Graders Told Stripping, Exotic Dancing Are Rewarding Career Choices
Jim Brown and Jody Brown, AgapePress

A California pro-family activist is urging school officials in Palo Alto to ban a speaker who told middle-school students that stripping is a profitable career choice. Speaking at the annual career day on January 11 at Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School, management consultant William Fried urged girls in the audience to consider stripping and exotic dancing as lucrative career options. According to a report by Bay Area television station KTVU, Fried went so far as to say that, depending on their bust size, strippers and exotic dancers could make upwards of $250,000 a year or more. Speaking to Associated Press after the fact, the Foster City executive said "It's sick, but it's true. The truth of the matter is you can earn a tremendous amount of money as an exotic dancer, if that's your desire." The speaker had included the questionable career paths along with others in a list of more than a hundred potential careers. Randy Thomasson, executive director of the Sacramento-based Campaign for Children and Families, sees the incident as another example of schools in his state allowing children to be indoctrinated with concepts contrary to parents' values. He says it also exemplifies what happens when society stops degrading prostitution and strip dancing -- and is yet another reason for Christians to remove their children from public schools.
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