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Whatever happened to the innocent children games like Freeze Tag, Hide & Go Seek, Itz. I mean, I must admit, we did have ‘Hide & Go Freak’ and ‘Spin The Bottle’ but the games they kids are playing now, make our horny pre-teen games look like Children’s Choir rehearsal.

According to Daily Mail, the latest playground game at Washington Elementary School in New Ulm, Minnesota, is Rape Tag!

‘Get Informed’ about this game and how it has parents outraged, after the jump!


The game is very similar to freeze tag, except to unfreeze someone, a student would have to simulate a sex act on the frozen person.

A parent reported the incident to school officials after finding their child was talking about the game on Facebook.

The school said it took immediate action, talking to teachers who later discussed it with their students.

The school’s principal, Bill Sprung, told KEYC-TV: ‘This age level of kids – 10, 11, 12—is a time when kids start to mature; start to experiment.

He added: ‘Part of that experimentation is that they do things we wish they wouldn’t have done.’

Mr Sprung told the station that he quickly alerted teachers, who spoke to their classes about the game.

But while it appeared to stop there, rumours about the game continued to appear on Facebook, prompting Mr Sprung to send a letter to parents.

The letter went home with students on January 30- 20 days after the parent first reported the incident.

The letter read: ‘On January 10th, a 5th grade parent informed me that 5th grade students were playing a game called “rape tag”.

‘The parent described rape tag as similar to freeze tag except that a person had to be humped to be unfrozen. After discussions with their classes, 5th grade teachers had reported that mainly students in two classrooms had played the game.’

‘They and noon duty supervisors have not reported any more incidents of the game’.

But according to Mr Sprung, about 15 to 20 parents have contacted him after receiving the letter, saying they’re disturbed that they now need to talk about sexually-explicit issues with their children.