Mother of Second-Grader Bakes Vagina Cookies, Grows Irate When Teacher Refuses to Serve Them

 

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A Reddit user named “JPstudly” has relayed the story of a female friend of hers who teaches second graders.

When the kids in her class are good for a week, she rewards them by asking a parent to bring in snacks as a treat. She just never imagined one of these parents would bake those treats in the shape of a vagina.

Here is how the teacher explains what transpired:

[Mom] comes into the classroom with a pan full of treats and brings them to me and says with a smile “I decided you can use these to teach the kids about the woman’s vagina today”. Baffled and completely caught off guard I slowly peel the aluminum foil off the pan to behold a plethora of sugar cookie and frosting vaginas. Not just any old vagina, but ALL KINDS OF VAGINAS…

I give the parent the most professional look I can muster and quietly reply “I’m sorry Autumn, but I can’t give these to my students. This just isn’t appropriate.

And what happened from there?

The mother grew irate, of course. She screamed in front of the class about how the teacher “should be proud of [her] vagina” and them stormed out of the room, leaving the vagina cookies on the teacher’s desk.

(NOTE: The cookies pictured above are NOT the cookies in question; no photo accompanied this story on Reddit, perhaps because the teacher tried to scrap the labia off the items and serve them to her children.)

What do you think, readers? Serving vagina-shaped cookies to second-graders: fair, foul or REALLY REALLY foul?

And how does this act compare to the ones by parents that are featured below?

Red Band Society Season 1 Episode 2 Recap: Claim Your Life

We met the mothers on Red Band Society Season 1 Episode 2.

Sara (Andrea Parker) and Daniella (Tricia O’Kelley) made their debuts on the second episode of this new Fox series, showing up as the power couple behind delightfully bitchy cheerleader Kara.

Watching Kara interact with her parents was both funny and touching (like Red Band Society as a whole), as it led the sick teenager into an unexpected alliance with her anorexic hospital-mate Emma.

Elsewhere, Jordi learned that his cancer has spread to his soft tissue.

Which, yes, means his leg did not have to be amputated. But it doesn’t mean anything positive overall for Jordi… or for Leo, who had been hoping to have someone who could share in his one-legged life adventures.

Leo sort of threw a tantrum and then got drunk with Dash at a nearby frat party.

But he eventually flips out there as well and ends up in pain on the bedroom floor. Nurse Jackson comes to his rescue with the following advice – “You can’t run away from your life. It’s yours and it’s precious. You just have to claim it.” – and the ends up by Jordi’s bedside to close the episode.

As for the key questions we took away from Red Band Society this week:

Did you miss this installment? You can always watch Red Band Society online via TV Fanatic if you need to catch up.

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