Time to “Opt Out” of Sex Class?

Stop_SignMost sex ed in public schools has nothing to do with promoting  health. It does not promote abstinence from sex and it does not protect teens from STDs. Sex ed goes far beyond teaching the methods of contraception. In many cases, it is all about grooming immature students into a sexualized life-style, while their brains are developing.

When school starts, there will be a stack of forms and consents for parents to sign. There may be a passive consent form asking your permission to teach your child sex ed, without specifying the name of the program, content or intent. If you do not sign it, your child will be sent to sex class. Only if you tell them to “Opt Out” your child, will they be spared.

Parents (and taxpayers) need to call their school districts  and ask to view the entire contents of all sex education curricula being used. Make sure they give you the teacher’s manual, student workbooks, handouts, DVDs and posters.

Obviously, this will take time so you need to plan several hours, or do it as a team with each adult viewing different pieces of the curricula. Take notes. Write down page numbers and quotes from the pages. When you see something disturbing, get a partner to witness it and write it down, verbatim.

It is important for you to document what you see from the actual curricula, otherwise you will be accused of making it up.

One only has to see these programs and lessons for themselves, to understand that they are all about promoting sex, sexual rights, and increasing the profit margins of the sex and abortion industries.

The public schools are failing to teach our kids how to read, write, or understand math, science and history. Teachers often complain that they cannot teach students after they have had sex class. No wonder!

Students are being groomed for sex and dumbed down into sexual machines that cannot think for themselves. What better way to control the masses?

The following quotes are from Making Proud Choices! and should be a wake-up call for any reasonable parent or taxpayer. Making Proud Choices! teaches 11-13 year old middle school student how to make sex with condoms fun and pleasurable. It calls itself a “Safer-Sex Approach,” but the sexual foreplay they suggest would spread bodily fluids and STDs such as Syphilis, Herpes and HPV, which are transmitted skin to skin.

Making Proud Choices! does not teach reproduction, abstinence, or the benefits of marriage. It is all about promoting sex under the guise of condoms and STD prevention.

The following lesson is all about normalizing sex with and among minor children and encouraging tolerance towards those who want to have sex. Notice that the idea of “protected sex” is paramount. Abstinence is totally missing from this lesson.

Making Proud Choices!: Attitude statements about condom and contraception use for 6th Grade/Middle School (pg. 70)

1. Attitude: “It would be embarrassing to go to the drug store to get birth control.”

Answer: “(Even though it may be embarrassing, you have to work through it because a pregnancy can be more embarrassing.)”

 2. Attitude: “Using condoms would kill the mood and ruin sexual pleasure.”

Answer: “(Condoms can be fun and pleasurable if you know the skills to make them that way.)”

3. Attitude: “Girls who carry condoms are easy/slutty.”

Answer: “(Girls who carry condoms are smart, responsible, proud and safe.)”

4. Attitude: “Refusing to have sex if my partner will not use a condom is hard to do.”

Answer: “(Refusing unsafe sex is the proud responsible thing to do.)”

5.  Attitude: “It would be easy to discuss contraceptive methods and condom use with my boyfriend or girlfriend.

Answer: “(It is easy when your mind is made up and you know why you want to be safe.)”

Making Proud Choices!: “HOW TO MAKE CONDOMS FUN AND PLEASURABLE” 6th Grade & Middle School Activity B Procedure for Teachers (p.150)

Rational: “Helping participants see how they can make condom use fun and pleasurable for themselves and their partners encourages consistent use and a sense of pride and responsibility.”

Teachers are told to “Add the following ideas to the list if they [students] were not already mentioned by the participants.”

  • “Sex is more fun when condoms are used because…
  • You can use condoms as a method of foreplay.
  • You can think up sexual fantasy using condoms.
  • You can act sexy/sensual when putting condoms on.
  • You can hide one on your body and ask your partner to find it.
  • You can tease each other sexually while putting on the condom.
  • You can have fun putting one on our partner while pretending you are different people or in different situations.
  • You feel more relaxed and can really enjoy yourself.
  • Condoms make erections last longer.

Following are more Making Proud Choices! pages in the teacher manual:

Pg. 38-40 Teachers “norm” the classroom and get kids to agree not to talk about what happens in class when they leave.

Pg. 60  Abstinence is the same as safer sex.

Pg. 62 Pros about contraception, but no cons listed.

Pg. 66 Even for students who practice abstinence, they are told to use birth control as a back up.

Pg. 70, 85, 91 Instructions about fun, pleasurable sexual foreplay with condoms. This is beyond teaching “about” contraception and outside most state laws governing sex ed.

Pg. 73 Poster of STDs. HPV is missing.  Medically Inaccurate Info

Pg. 74, 8 & 10 Students are told that “anyone can get STDs.” Students who abstain will not get STDs.  Medically Inaccurate Info

Pg. 75 Condoms protect from STDs. Medically Inaccurate Info

Pg. 76-92  Condom skills classes to break down natural defenses about sex and condoms. Teaches about “kiddie condoms” for little penises.

Pg. 91 Students are warned not to drink alcohol or take drugs, but taught sexual foreplay.

Pg. 108 Green, Yellow and Red Light Behaviors. Some of the Green and Yellow light behaviors, which many teens will think they can handle, include: 

  • Having sex with a person who is having sex with other people
    • Oral sex on a guy with a condom
    • Anal sex with a condom
    • Mutual masturbation
    • Vaginal sex with a condom
    • Oral sex on a girl using a dental dam
    • Having sex with multiple partners and using a condom (group sex and/or serial partners)
    • Having sex with only one person (monogamous) [this normalizes serial monogamy]

This should get any parent or taxpayer started! There are many more pages throughout the curriculum to discover and expose. This means there is no way that schools can just not teach a lesson. It is polluted throughout.

These programs do not include anything that would teach your child to avoid risky behaviors, yet they are being used in schools, where Johnny can’t read, write, do math or understand basic science.

Even if your kids are grown, what about your grandchildren? What about your taxes spent to promote these programs.

What will you do? You are the last, but should be the first, defender of your children. You may still have the power to opt out your child from sex ed. Why not? If just 15 families in each school opted their children out of sex ed it would send a huge message to the school district.

If you feel it would embarrass your child to be outside the sex class, then you may be the one with the problem. Your child will be far more influenced by the content of these type classes than by going to the library or study hall.

You are the last defense for your children. If you don’t Parent Up for them now, no one else will.

Check out: Sex, Lies and Hook Ups: A Parent’s Guide for Fighting Back

Stop the Sexts! Stop the Wrecks!

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What would your teen do if their sex teacher taught them how to “enhance the mood” for sex with condoms by:

  • Using extra lubrication inside and outside the condom,
  • Using different colors and types/textures,
  • Telling their partner that using a condom can make a man last longer,
  • Letting the partner put the condom on the penis,
  • Having a sense of humor and making jokes,
  • Putting lubricant on the tip of the penis to increase sensitivity or use lubricated condoms,
  • Talking about it in advance, and
  • Having condoms open and ready to use?

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 If your teens are allowed to have a phone at school, the above classroom “instructions” would be sexted all over campus within minutes.

 The entire climate of the school is sexualized.

Forget about learning anything else that week!

 After school, kids are sexting each other to “enhance the mood” and practice before you get home from work.  But, don’t worry because the sex teacher also tells them:

  • To only buy condoms that are latex or polyurethane.
  • To not use condoms that are “glow in the dark.” “They are only gag gifts.”
  • That they are not “endorsing sexual activity among teenagers!”

What is the sex program? Making Proud Choices! Module 7 Developing Condom Use Skills, and similar instructions are also in Be Proud! Be Responsible! for High School

Making Proud Choices! is a “Safer-Sex Approach” curriculum and Be Proud! Be Responsible! is an “Evidence-based Intervention.” Neither are abstinence education programs, yet school districts and parents are being told that they are age-appropriate Comprehensive Health Education programs that fulfill their state Law.

Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Advocates are playing with our teens lives. Everyone knows that teens text each a lot, and with 75% of teens saying that their peers text and drive, it is not a stretch to predict that teens are in danger of sexting, driving and having wrecks.

Not only are teens, and their parents, duped into believing that sex can be made safe by engaging in sexual foreplay and intercourse as long as condoms are used, they are being enticed into sexting in order to “enhance the mood” prior to getting it on!

Parents, the only “proud and responsible” thing to do is to kick these Sexual Foreplay programs (Comprehensive Sex Ed) out of your schools!

Have You Been Groomed for Sex?

MPC CurriculumAre you shocked anymore by reports of teachers having sex with students? After all, aren’t teachers doing what they’ve been taught is normal and expected throughout their own teen years, and college, as well as in their “professional” duties?

Why should they even get in trouble?

Daily, teachers having sex with students are caught and those promoting sex-without-boundaries in our public schools are hiding it any longer. In fact, they use it to deflect attention from the Sexual Foreplay  they teach our children.

By overwhelming us with daily reports, they can make us jaded to the realities, paralyzed with fear and/or fall deeper into denial about what our children are learning at such a young age.

And, it’s working! In some districts, more parents, teachers, school administrators, legislators, and even faith leaders are saying, “So, What?” or “Teens are going to have sex and there’s nothing we can do about it. We must teach them how to use condoms and take birth control, so they will at least be safe.”

You have been groomed, just like your children, to believe that every teen is having sex, to accept it as normal, to even participate in it, and then to move on.

Yet, according to the CDC (P 14), over 72% of teens (15-17) nationally surveyed have never had sex.

Every teen is NOT DOING IT!

Just like pedophiles, who target weak and vulnerable kids, the government, the media and the Planned Parenthood Networks have spent the last 40+ years targeting states and school districts desperate for money.

They also targeted worried parents who want to protect their kids. Most of today’s parents have never known a day without Planned Parenthood/SIECUS, Family Planning, Safe Sex Education, and abortion. They do not know a better way to do life, either!

Now, after decades of grooming, we are told by the “experts” that it is medically essential to teach kids how to have “fun and pleasurable” “safe sex” as part of so-called health education. One would think that sex ed is more essential than math, English or science!

According to the authorities at Planned Parenthood/SIECUS and their networks, promoting sexually explicit instruction to children is the only way to protect them from sexual perverts! Really?

Beware: Be shocked, but do nothing, is what the SexPerts want.

It’s all part of grooming a culture for sex.

A concerned parent gave us the following pages from Making Proud Choices!, one of the most sexually explicit programs in the nation, for 11-13 year old middle school students. It is fast becoming the standard for sex ed programs in public school districts.

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Do you want 11-13 year old boys and girls practicing these steps for condoms use? STD prevention is not mentioned.

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“foreplay,” “act sexy/sensual,” “hide one on your body,” “tease each other,” “have fun,” “pretend you are a different people,” “you feel more relaxed and can really enjoy yourself.”

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Do you really want your 11-13 year old daughter taught how to help her boyfriend get and keep an erection? This is not STD prevention!

 

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Is this supposed to be abstinence-based? There is no mention of delaying sex, no avoidance of the situation. This page only pushes being “spontaneous,” “no need to wait,” “spontaneity and pleasure of condom use,” “romantic,” and “eroticize condom use.”

Do you really want teachers telling your children to do this behind your back?

Do you really want teachers telling your children to do this behind your back? If students did this at school, they would be suspended or expelled.

Organizations like Advocates for Youth, the Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, and others in the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Sex Education Networks have received billions of Federal and State taxpayer dollars to groom state legislators and school districts into pushing Safe Sex-Only education.

They do this by training and indoctrinating (grooming) college students and teachers to accept child sex as a normal part of growing up. Then they use biased definitions for “medical accuracy” and “age appropriateness” based on their ideology to mandate only their brand of sex ed in the schools.

Abstinence until marriage and marriage as an ideal context for sex have been censored from many school districts in favor of Safe Sex-Only education.

Legislation has recently been introduced in some states that will mandate teaching minors (as young as 4 year olds) that touch/sex is not OK, IF it makes them uncomfortable.

IF? They are minors! What IF they are being groomed to like it? This legislation is being disguised as “sexual abuse and assault prevention education.” It is directly from the National Sexuality Education Standards authored by…Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, Advocates for Youth and the CDC. These are “Common Core Standards” for Safe Sex education. 

Minors should be protected from predators and pedophiles regardless of “consent.” They are being groomed!

Finally, these organizations give millions of dollars to poor states and school districts for “FREE” training and resources in Safe Sex-only programs. For example, a school district in North Carolina, that received $4 million to promote Making Proud Choices!, pays students $100 to complete the program.

None of these programs, (Making a Difference!, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Safer Choices, and Teen Outreach Program) limit their content to reproduction, rather they primarily teach about the fun and pleasures of sex with condoms.

We must stop these programs at the source, which includes Federal and State funding and access to students through Laws and Standards – and replace them with Evidence-based programs that focus on the skills and benefits of forming healthy families within marriage. Otherwise, families will continue to be chaotically formed.

What will you do? You, the adults, are supposed to protect children. Let’s get serious about exposing and stopping these programs and their predators!

Stop Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Sex Ed in South Carolina!

Stop_SignCitizens of South Carolina! Contact your House of Representative members on the Education Committee tell them to vote NO! on H3435.

NEXT TUESDAY, the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Network (New Morning Foundation, Tell Them SC, Advocates for Youth, SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, ACLU and many others) are pushing the SC House Education Committee to    pass H3435, their so-called Healthy Youth Amendment.

It should be called the SC Sexual Foreplay Education Amendment!!

This Healthy Youth Amendment, which failed last year, is right out of the Planned Parenthood and SIECUS playbook. It will require that anyone teaching sex education in public schools be “certified” by the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS controlled powers of the state and federal government.

This means that sexual foreplay education programs like Making Proud Choices!, Making a Difference!, Safer Choices, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, and Teen Outreach Program will be the Law in every public school of the state.

All of these programs are found on the Planned Parenthood website!

Even if you do not have children in the public schools, your taxes are paying for these dangerous adolescent brain altering programs to be mandated statewide.

–If passed in its current form, H3435 will ultimately CENSOR programs that teach an abstinence-until-marriage message from having access to public middle and high school students.

–If passed in its current form, H3435 will PROMOTE Alfred Kinsey’s brand of “medically accurate” and “age appropriate” sex education which promotes consensual sexual activity among and with minors.

–If passed in its current form, H3435 will require that girls and boys be taught together and learn how to use condoms together.

–If passed in its current form, H3435 will make it virtually impossible for students in the public schools to learn about the benefits of abstinence until marriage, about the life skills to be successful at abstinence until marriage, and it will prevent them from learning about the benefits of MARRIAGE, AT ALL. Marriage has already been taken out of the SC Health Standards for public schools because it might offend someone!

This past Wednesday, Tell Them SC and the New Morning Foundation bombarded legislators with emails demanding that they pass H3435.

If you really care about the future of SC and the nation AND do not want your taxes being used to promote pornographic sex education to children and teens, under the guise of Comprehensive or so-called Safe Sex Education, then please contact your House Education Committee members by next Tuesday’s vote.

For more info on sexual foreplay ed programs CURRENTLY in your public schools: ExposeSexEdNow.com

SC Sexual Foreplay Education Act?

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Joyce Fishman Klien, long time Safe Sex Advocate from Anderson, Greenville and Pickens County is promoting the SC Health Education Act, which should really be called the SC Sexual Foreplay Education Act.

A “new” Law, which failed last year, is being propose again by the New Morning Foundation, Tell Them SC and the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Reps. Skelton and Horne, both Republicans, are sponsoring the legislation again. They are all part of what we call the Planned Parenthood Network in SC and are outspoken advocates of Sexual Foreplay programs such as Making A Difference! and Making Proud Choices! for 11-13 year old minors, as well as Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Safer Choices and Teen Outreach Program for high school students.

For more details on these Sexual Foreplay programs, read Exposesexednow.com.

The SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is the primary trainer of teachers for these programs, receiving millions of dollars from the Feds and SC state agencies. They do not teach any Evidence-based Abstinence-until-Marriage Programs.

This proposed Law would make it illegal for any Evidence-based Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education programs to be taught in any public schools.

Heritage Keepers® is the only Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education program in the nation that has been proven effective and approved as an evidence-based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program by US Health and Human Services. It is the only program, out of all programs, listed that complies with the Congressional definition for abstinence education.

A year after Heritage Keepers®, students participating in the program initiated sex at a rate 67% lower than students not receiving the program.

Since approval by US HHS, almost 2 years ago, Heritage Keepers®, has been targeted by the Planned Parenthood Networks, not only in SC, but throughout the nation. They say that Heritage Keepers® “cracked the Holy Grail” referring to their guarded US HHS list of programs that school districts and health departments use when selecting programs for their students.

Now that Heritage Keepers® is on that list, school districts and health departments across the nation are requesting it, rather than the sexual foreplay and abstinence-until-whenever… programs. They want their students to receive abstinence-until-marriage and benefits of marriage education as the first and strongest reproductive sexual health message.

Heritage Keepers® complies with the current SC Health Education Act, therefore the Planned Parenthood Network must change the Law to prevent Heritage Keepers® from receiving funding or access to students.

This is pure and blatant censorship. It is also the Planned Parenthood Networks’ strategy to completely take over sex education in our nation.

These attacks only validate that the Planned Parenthood Networks throughout America are denying the healthiest sexual health message for our children. If teens and young adults abstain until marriage, then the likelihood of ever having an abortion drops to 6%.

This would mean financial disaster for their industry since the demand for contraception, abortion and STD testing, and drugs from Big Pharma, would plummet!

The Planned Parenthood Networks are working in all states to pass and enforce laws that will mandate Sexual Foreplay-Only programs, thus eliminating the opportunity for students (minors) to ever hear a compelling abstinence-until-marriage message.

In America, it is only right for all students to have the opportunity to learn about the emotional, physical, financial, and familial benefits of abstinence and marriage. Otherwise, America can only look forward to more chaotic families being formed, more crushing entitlement programs, and more citizens dependent on an ever increasing and powerful government.

 

 

Is “Making A Difference!” telling a whopper?

Burger KingJust because a product says it’s a “burger”, a “cheese food”, “chocolatey” or a “meaty” dog food, does not mean that it has real beef, cheese, chocolate or meat in it. These are terms used to sell a product that may not meet the FDA’s definition for the products they  seek to imitate.

The same is true for many so-called abstinence education programs, billed as “abstinence-based”, an “abstinence approach”, or “abstinence-first”, when they have little abstinence content or behavioral results.

According to analysts at the Heritage Foundation, Making A Difference! and other such programs have at most 5% abstinence and 0% marriage promotion, but 95% other ingredients, such as safe sex, sexual foreplay, condoms and contraception/birth control education, condom negotiation skills, and promotion of alternative sexual practices (oral and anal sex) and uncommitted relationships, rather than life-long healthy marriages. A program that does not meet the Congressional definition of abstinence education, and contains questionable content and/or poor, if any, behavioral change towards increasing abstinent behaviors over a 12 month period, should not be allowed to call itself an abstinence education program.

It is not the real deal and many school districts, desperate for a program that will decrease teen sex, pregnancies and disease, are not getting what they hoped for.

Making A Difference!, states on its cover that it is an “Evidence-Based, Abstinence Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STD and HIV Prevention.” However, according to the evaluation on the US HHS website, Making A Difference! only delayed sex among its 11-13 year old virgin participants for 3 months and had no significant impact at 6 or 12 months after the program. For sexually active minors, it had no significant impact on the frequency of sexual intercourse, nor the correct/consistent use of condoms, nor even the use of condoms, at all. How is this program suppose to stop the spread of STD/HIV or reduce the rate of pregnancies?

It is the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Networks, PhDs, great marketing by Select Media, and millions of dollars in federal funding that have created the illusion that Making A Difference! is a quality product, with positive behavioral outcomes.

Making A Difference! is not what it seems to be. And, taxpayer funds are being spent to indoctrinate 11-13 year old minors, who cannot legally consent to sex, into thinking that sex with or among their peers is normal and healthy. Making A Difference! in middle schools paves the way for students to receive even more sexually graphic programs like Making Proud Choices! and Be Proud! Be Responsible!, all written by the same PhDs, and published by their company, Select Media. Students will receive even more detailed, hands-on, instructions about sexual foreplay, making condoms fun and pleasurable, and how to use condoms and dental dams to “protect” themselves against STDs.

Check out the programs in your schools, find out if they are listed on the US HHS website, but then look up their outcomes and their own websites. Don’t be duped into “buying” a bogus, so-called abstinence program that is really teaching children how to engage in sexual activity.

Exposed: “Making A Difference!”

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Making A Difference!, one of the sex education curricula in the news, out of Kansas and South Carolina, plainly states on its cover that it is an “Evidence-Based, Abstinence Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STD and HIV Prevention.”

The authors, Jemmott/Jemmott and their Select Media company, are responsible for this Sexual Foreplay curriculum, as well as, Making Proud Choices!, and Be Proud! Be Responsible!, in school districts across the nation.

The same sexually explicit content found on the Making A Difference! poster can be found in Module 2, pg. 65 of the Facilitator Manual, and similar verbiage is repeated on pg. 149, 150 in Making Proud Choices! and pg. 54 in Be Proud! Be Responsible!

Proponents of Making A Difference! defend its poster by saying that it’s content is taken out of context. So, let’s look at the context. The RATIONALE for this “brainstorming” lesson in Making A Difference! is in a sidebar on page 65 and states:

“Understanding that there are many behaviors that express sexual feelings help participants choose sexual behaviors that do not result in pregnancy or sexually transmitted infection.”

So, 11-13 year old minors are instructed to “choose sexual behaviors” and given a list of options to “brainstorm” about in class with mixed genders present. This lesson is all about introducing and normalizing sex acts to adolescents. As long as the risk of a pregnancy or STD is reduced, the sex act is OK. This is classic condom use and sexual foreplay instruction and it is found in most of the Jemmott/Jemmott and Select Media programs.

Where is the so-called “Abstinence Approach?” It appears to teach kids that, while abstinence is the best choice (disclaimer), PROTECTED SEX is just as safe when it comes to preventing pregnancy and disease.

Is this medically accurate, age appropriate instruction?

If this were in any other setting, there could be criminal charges against the perpetrators for sexual exploitation of minors. As it is, public school districts and their teachers are exempt when instructing your children about sexually explicit subjects under the guise of Pregnancy and STD Prevention.

These types of curricula play with your child’s mind and mold him/her towards sexual exploration. The content also labels mostly innocent behaviors as “sexual” so that the boundaries between nonsexual behaviors gets blurred with sexual foreplay behaviors.

Behaviors such as hugging, talking, saying “I like you,” dancing, holding hands, kissing, caressing, and massage are listed as “sexual behaviors” along with oral sex, sexual fantasy, anal sex, touching each others genitals, vaginal intercourse and grinding.

They are all on the same list.

Adolescents have a difficult time with boundaries, as it is. What are they to think when their teacher states that these innocent behaviors are also “sexual?” Why shouldn’t they “cross the line” into those other more exciting sexual behaviors?” After all, they are all listed as “sexual behaviors.”

Sex education in the schools has been out of bounds for decades and our culture is reflecting it. The Jemmotts, Select Media, and many other authors and publishing/distribution companies have made fortunes with federal CDC HIV funding contracts and by peddling their wares to school districts across the nation.

The federal government and the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Networks continue to use your tax money to fund and approve these programs and to influence legislation to mandate them in all schools.

It is all about the money. The earlier an adolescent begins to have sex, the more sexual partners they will have, and the more sexual partners they have the more likely they will get pregnant and have an abortion.    It is all about the money.

No one cares about your children more than you do. Right? Sexual Climate and Peer Group are significant predictors of teen sexual activity. And, your school may be providing the perfect sexual climate (cesspool) and negative peer pressure to entice and seduce your child and their friends into engaging in sexual behaviors.

Now that you know, what will you do about it?