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After witnessing the legislative drool of the 2012 Conservative Clown Circus (CCC) and its pathetic attempts to grapple with the complexities of sex ed for Utah’s children, I conclude we needed to invent a new word: “ignorcation.”

“Ignorcation” is defined as the deliberate censoring of vital sexual knowledge on behalf of our kiddies for icky religious reasons.

Jay Waterhouse
Ogden

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