A Texas school has banned a song by country music singer George Strait because they say it is encouraging sexual promiscuity in students. They are currently looking at banning the singer entirely for fear of the message he is sending to kids.
It all began when a gym teacher from Altruria ISD found two fifth grade students kissing on the playground. They say it began with the passing of a note in class earlier that day which asked the other student to check yes or no if they would “love” them later on. School administrators fear that the term love is now becoming a code word for intercourse.
After interrogating the students, officials became aware of how the incident stemmed from the students listening to the hit George Strait song “Check Yes or No,” though it is still unclear where they heard the song.
The superintendent of the school acted quickly to take measures which would ban the song from school grounds, including subjecting students to random searches for the prohibited music. Students found to have that song in their possession will currently face detention, possible suspension, and time spent in an isolation chamber.
There are further concerns about other more recent hit songs floating around the school by the singer, including a song titled “Give It Away” from an album called “It Just Comes Natural.” Many fear that this will lead to students having sex anywhere they can in an attempt to give it away as fast as possible. They justify this because it just comes natural.
At an upcoming school board meeting, trustees will be tasked with deciding whether or not to outright ban all George Strait songs from school property. It has been suggested that anyone caught with this music will have to spend time at an alternative school and may even have to attend sexual education counseling.
This is a developing story.
By: George R.M. Spooner
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