According to The Meeting Point Project the "aim is to bring up the topic of emotions, presenting the youth with a series of questions about reactions" to the Obama screenshot. While Spanish bishop Mario Iceta Gavicogogeascoa's aim may have been to affect student discussions about sex and sexuality, his main role in writing the lesson plans may have gone too far for many parents. The six unit program in five languages now up on the internet includes two photos, one of an elderly couple holding hands and another image of a 1/2 naked young couple joining in a hug. Other questionable images for Catholic teens to consider include a scantily dressed young girl dancing with a man and Rodin's suggestive sculpture "The Kiss." A class discussion topic includes a teen boy talking about "Picking Up Some Chicks." The lesson plan objective admits to seeking to grab the teenagers' attention "to feel provoked." As if the Vatican has nothing else to worry about, why release these quite suggestive images?