This school year, in cooperation and coordination with the U.S. Departments of Education and Health, children ten years of age and older will be bombarded with wall posters listing ways for children to learn, “How do people express their sexual feelings?” From anal sex being taught to fifth-graders, to explaining masturbation as “normal,” minors are being taught in public schools that a range of sexual practices are normal and should be encouraged. In graphic detail pictures display a child-like version of pornography that extends well beyond “biology” or “health education.”
“Sexual education” teaching through Common Core is part of an overall movement to blur biological and gender lines, advocating any and all sexual behavior as “normal.”
A book endorsed by Planned Parenthood, It’s Perfectly Normal, is causing outrage among parents, who label its content as pornographic indoctrination of children as young as ten years old. Parents across the nation have complained and protested in response to the book being on a Fourth Grade reading list, without their knowledge or approval.
The pictures, most parents argue, are graphic and entirely inappropriate for young children whose parents assert they have sole control over what their children should learn in school, about sex or any other subject. (Indeed, parents are constitutionally protected to opt out of Common Core teaching.)
Courtesy of the American Life League Report, Michael Hichborn notes, the very “the obscene and sexually explicit material” being propagated to ten year olds was ruled inappropriate for prison inmates by a Washington State court. If the book’s contents violate state statues and prisoners are prohibited from reading it Hichborn asks, “Why is this book being given to ten year olds?”
Please note the contents of the video are graphic, yet clarify exactly what children are being taught under Common Core largely without any parental knowledge until after the fact.
Listen to learn more about what Fairfax County Virginia’s School Board has implemented for gender neutral curriculum, sexual fluidity, and “she-males,” despite overwhelming parental opposition.