13 January 2015
Shortly after fifteen of the sixteen Oregon school districts (featured on KOIN 6 Nov. 18, 2014 investigative report) were reported to have announced that they would not be sending students to the Oregon Adolescent Sexuality (ASC) Conference, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction Rob Saxton wrote a letter to the superintendents of these districts. Saxton’s letter stated,"we have reviewed the content delivered by the presenters at the conference and believe their information was appropriate”. This, despite substantiated evidence of objectionable materials and content presented at the 2014 ASC conference. Most parents agree discussions of “blow jobs”, workshops on how to use sex toys over the internet or have sex with Avatars, and performing simulated sex acts with grossly inflated and lubricated condoms is not appropriate for minors. These ASC workshops were indiscriminately accessible to individuals of all age groups.