Elementary Students Get a Lesson in Silicon Breasts
Some parents of students at Shady Grove Elementary School in Henrico, Virginia are outraged after a career day presentation had a class of nine and 10-year-old's feeling silicon breast implants.
Apparently, the plastic surgeon who had been invited into the class to explain his profession allowed some of the curious students to paw an silicon implant, which was not in any way connected to a woman.
Parents took to Facebook to criticize the decision to allow the plastic surgeon and his prop into the school, writing things such as, "I'm still shocked and appalled that my 9-year-old saw and touched a breast implant," and "Career day sure isn't what it once was."
Do you think that this was appropriate? As a parent, would you have been upset to hear this story from your child? Should the doctor have brought something else with him to talk about his plastic surgery practice?