Jump to navigation Jump to search A rainbow party is a supposed group sex event featured in an urban legend spread since the early 2000s. The idea was publicized on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2003, and became the subject of a juvenile novel called Rainbow Party. The story was sex party in michigan related by American pediatrician Meg Meeker in her 2002 book Epidemic: How Teen Sex Is Killing Our Kids.
The book related case stories of adolescents suffering cancer, sterility, acute infections, and unwanted pregnancies as a consequence of starting sexual activity too early in life. Still, she thought it might be fun, and arranged to attend with a friend. Once she realized what was happening, Allyson was too stunned and frightened to do anything. The idea of the rainbow party was publicized in October 2003 on the episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show titled “Is Your Child Leading a Double Life? American youth and the lack of parental awareness of the sexual practices of their children. In turn, concerns were raised that excluding the book from bookstores and libraries would amount to censorship.
The publishers justified Rainbow Party on the grounds that it was a cautionary tale intended to teach readers that oral sex can be dangerous. Canadian parenting coach Lisa Bunnage claimed in a 2014 TEDxSFU talk that such parties were taking place. She claimed that despite rainbow parties being described by Wikipedia as an urban legend, they were an ongoing issue. Epidemic: How Teen Sex Is Killing Our Kids. Stories of Oprah: the Oprahfication of American culture. Symposium on the court’s ruling in Trump v.
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