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Essay Writing Contest on Best Porn Movies In Prison

In an effort to promote literacy amongst convicts, a maximum security prison in the state of Florida is proposing to hold an essay writing contest with the topic of “best porn movies”. The warden feels that this is an effective way to get prisoners reading and writing again.

“While most people may think the topic is rather crude, we feel that the only way to reach into the convict’s consciousness is by putting up activities that involve some of their fairly common interests.” That was the statement Warden Glick gave during as he proposed the said activity to the Board of directors. According to Glick, the best way to educating a person is to put the subject matter into terms that the student can relate to. This take on education is the same teaching strategy employed by many educators around the world. “We plan on still educating them on the basics of reading and reading, and delve into some of the more complex dimensions of the English subject. The essay competition will be judged the same way as the quality of essays is measured in other contests. We just feel that we should start with a topic that we feel the inmates are interested in and fairly knowledgeable about.”

The Board of Directors is still reluctant to approve such an unorthodox method, fearing certain negative effects. Director Bond expresses his reluctance openly. “This is a can of worms that I, myself, don’t feel we need to open. While I understand warden Glick’s noble intentions, let’s look at the possible message this sends out. First off, we do not promote pornography in any way, shape of porn. Encouraging inmates to actually write about it? I don’t know. Also, let’s keep in mind that several of these men have not had sexual intercourse with a woman for years. Having them think thoughts relating to pornography could potentially be dangerous. And let’s not forget the public outcry that could result from this. Porn essays today, what comes next? Art class dedicated to drug use?”

The prisoners themselves have mixed emotions about the project, but none of the naysayers indicate any sort of offense over the use of porn. A good portion of the inmates feel it’s a fresh approach. “They always have us writing about are feelings and emotions and our childhood and all that shit. None of us care about that.”

The project is currently under review.

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