Jul 05, 2022
Sex shop owner in Washington state, who serves on school board, to host classes on pleasure for kids as young as 9
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Mason also described sex in vague terms, arguing that sexual intercourse is open to interpretation.
“While some people think of sex as only being when a penis goes in a vagina, ‘sex’ can really be any activity that a person does with themselves or others to become aroused,” she told Rantz. “There’s no such thing as ‘real’ sex and it’s okay if your definition of sex is different from someone else’s.”
The classes Mason is offering will be held in her personal capacity as a business owner, and not as the director for the Bellingham School District, Rantz reported. They are not associated with the school district.
Mason stirred controversy last month with another youth event at her sex shop directed at kids who identify as LGBTQ+. The event was called "Queer Youth Open Mic Night" and it was held to celebrate "young queer voices," according to the National Desk. Children were encouraged "to share poetry, music or a story" at WinkWink.
WinkWink's website states "there is no law or store policy that sets an age-limit for our customers," and that "all people" are allowed in the shop at any time. While "ID is required for any items that must be legally sold to people 18 and over," the store says "we don't actually sell any pornography or any other items that are age-restricted.”
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