Just so you know what public schools in some parts of the country are teaching kids to do, here's some of what was discussed at a GLSEN event funded by the Massachusetts Department of Education in 2000 at which both students and teachers were being educated:
Woman: Question is: What's fisting?Isn't that what you want your middle schoolers to be learning? Isn't that what you want your tax dollars funding? And GLSEN's executive director now works for Obama. The whole collection of materials is pretty repulsive. If you want to do this sort of thing in the privacy of your home, fine, but I don't see why this is the government's job.
Man: A little known fact is that you don't make a fist like this. When they do it, it's like this. This is a lot easier than this. [laughter]
Woman: You work your way up to it… [unclear] one finger, two fingers, three fingers … Some people can take a hand, or they can't take a hand.
Woman teacher: Fisting is not forcing your hand into somebody's orifice or opening or hole or whatever you want to say if they don't want it there. So the first thing is usually relax [unclear] … It's not like you're doing any forced sex on anybody. It's usually [unclear, and chatter] … two consenting adults … it's two consenting adults, and you work your way up to it.… [unclear] you can put one finger … two fingers, three fingers … Some people can take a hand, or they can't take a hand.
Some people don't want to go that far … It's all a very intense and [unclear] experience and not an abusive or rough [unclear] kind of experience… Some people do want pain and I'm not cutting that down, but that's typically not why people do that.