Ask a stupid question?

stupid alertTell Them SC, the advocacy arm of the New Morning Foundation, in league with the Planned Parenthood (PP) Sex Ed Network, is asking their members to send emails to the candidates for SC Governor and ask, “As Governor, would you support medically accurate sex education?”

That is really a stupid and leading question! I hope the candidates don’t fall for it!

Rather, the candidates should demand that “medically accurate sex education” be thoroughly defined by breaking down every component, providing scientific citations, and allowing transparency for all lessons taught in their so-called “age appropriate” programs.

That is how the PP Sexual Rights Agenda will be EXPOSED!

The PP Network in SC continues to push their so-called Healthy Youth Amendment (H3435) and will introduce it AGAIN in January 2015, even after two failed attempts. That’s what Progressives do!

To the PP Sex Ed Network, “medically accurate sex education” is defined by themselves (Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, Guttmacher Institute, National Sexuality Standards and Obamacare), along with their pro-abortion and “safe sex” advocates who publish in medical and public health journals.

Having the Planned Parenthood Network define “medically accurate sex ed” would be like having the R. J. Reynold’s Tobacco Company define “safe” cigarettes!

PP Sex Ed is “safe sex” education and it teaches minors as young as 11 years old how to “express their sexual feelings” through brainstorming activities about oral sex, sexual fantasy, anal sex, touching each others genitals and grinding. (Pg. 65 Making A Difference! for middle schools.)

The following is a direct quote from Making A Difference! Pg. 64: “We want you to know that at your age the proud and responsible things to remember are:

  • It’s OK to THINK about sex.
  • It’s Ok to TALK about sex.
  • It’s OK to DEVELOP feelings and attitudes about sex.

BUT it’s NOT a good idea to HAVE sex until you are prepared to have sex with respect and responsibility.” Really? Who determines what is means to be “age appropriate”, “respectful” and “responsible?”

  • When did I give the school permission to tell my 11-year-old son or daughter that:
  • it’s OK to TALK about sex? With whom? Could this lead to sexting?
  • it’s OK (for the PP Sex Network) to help my child “Develop feelings and attitudes about sex!”
  • when they know how to make “respectful and responsible” sexual decisions, it is OK to have sex?
  • what makes a good or bad idea? Are they teaching ideology? Values? Are these your values?

More than half of SC’s counties have PP “safe sex” programs in their schools and most parents have no idea what is taught. Just because a program, like Making A Difference!, says it is “Abstinence-only” does not mean it teaches “Abstinence-Until-Marriage.” It just means it does not promote contraception. Even so,  there is a big difference between “abstain until Friday night or when you feel ready” and “abstain until marriage.” Without boundaries, anything goes!

So, I hope our candidates, and our Legislators, won’t be duped into answering this stupid and leading question until the entire definition of “medically accurate sex education,” according to the Planned Parenthood Network is exposed.

Considering the welfare of your children, it may be the most important question they ever answer!

Read “What can I get away with today?” and more disturbing information about Sexual Foreplay Ed in our schools at ExposeSexEdNow.com

Sex Ed: What can I get away with today?

RedYellowGreenLightsWhat are kids learning about avoiding risky behaviors?

Are we teaching them that some risks are worth the consequences?

This is not how prevention  approaches the use of tobacco, drugs, and alcohol. Parents and teachers use every scientific argument known to be directive and adamant about abstaining from these substances and there are laws designed to prevent youth and adults from engaging or promoting such risky behaviors. This approach is the reason that tobacco use among teens has dramatically decreased over the past twenty-years.

Yet, when risky behaviors pertain to sexual activity, parents, teachers, and even law enforcement, become ambivalent and provide wishy-washy guidance, at best, leaving young people exposed to the consequences of sex without boundaries. Why do we shrink back from using every medically accurate, scientific fact to teach our teens and young adults how to abstain and set clear boundaries for appropriate sexual activity?

Why are we, in fact, doing just the opposite?

Many parents tell us that they feel like hypocrites telling their teens to delay sex, even until marriage, because they did not do so. This is exactly how societies go from bad to worse! Adults need to know that this is no longer about them and their sexual history! They have a chance to effect their child’s future. They need to refocus their attention onto what is best for their children and their peers. They need to give them the best sexual health messages, because that’s what most good parents do.

Many Comprehensive Health Ed programs in our schools add-on pregnancy and STD prevention curricula found on the Planned Parenthood website. These curricula teach sexual foreplay techniques with condoms to 11-16 year old teens, under the guise of HIV/STD prevention. Rather than teach clear, protective boundaries, they teach what teens/adults can get away with in our culture. With the clear and unambiguous boundaries of marriage and monogamous life-long fidelity rapidly disappearing from our culture, Sexual Rights have become the predominant message.

However, even with hormonal birth control and condoms, sexual activity still leads to predictable consequences such as pregnancy, disease, and life-long regret. Planned Parenthood, and other abortion services, benefit financially when the inevitable happens. No wonder they push these programs in our schools.

For at least the past three decades, Sex Ed in our schools, military, and colleges has abandoned the science of reproduction, and the medical and social benefits of abstinence and pregnancy prevention. Sex Ed is almost entirely about how to reduce the risks of sex, while still having “erotic, fun, and pleasurable” sex with condoms.

Sex education is an integral part of a worldwide Sexual Rights Agenda that fails to protect the rights of its victims to be really safe and free from harm.

While adults can legally make decisions about their sexual risks, minors and teens cannot, and they deserve legal and social protections from this dangerous agenda and from the adults who indulge in it.

Just two decades ago, military and civilian personnel were effectively trained on sexual harassment using actual court cases, so that they would know the clear boundaries they must follow to stay out of trouble. In recent years, Red, Yellow and Green Light trainings deal with tolerating the sexual behaviors of others and how far a person can go without violating “consent.” Or, how to obtain “consent” without being charged with harassment, sexual abuse or rape.

The lessons taught are about how to avoid the consequences of behavior, not about how to avoid the behavior leading to the consequences. This strategy has never worked for alcohol, drugs, and tobacco use.

Why do we insanely insist that it will work for out-of-bounds sexual activity?

Click on the pictures below. These are very similar sex lessons taught to students, under the guise of HIV Prevention. These sex lessons are known as Red, Yellow and Green Light Activities, found in Making A Difference! (pg. 120) for middle schools and in Be Proud! Be Responsible! (pg. 54) for high schools. Both curricula are produced by Select Media and are provided “FREE” to school districts and “Safe Sex-only” agencies around the nation with Federal and State grants using our tax money.

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The purported goal of these lessons is to encourage the use of condoms (protected sex) while engaging in so-called “safe sex.” All of these activities are openly discussed in class as “safe” or “unsafe” ways to express sexual feelings. The Yellow Light activities are presented as “safe,” as long as condoms are used consistently and correctly at every incidence of sex. Even some of the Green Light activities are suspect, and the Red Light activities are really not off limits, as long as “protection” is used.

Even the CDC has stopped using percent effectiveness of condoms against HIV/STD transmission in their most recent Fact Sheet. They only claim that condoms are “highly effective.” However, condoms are only effective if used consistently and correctly during every act of vaginal sexual intercourse. The CDC warns about anal sex, yet promotes condoms for this activity, especially for gay and bisexual men.

Factor in normal human behavior, and the consequences from engaging in these sexual activities are just a “roll of the dice.” One does not get to choose which consequence(s) – STDs, pregnancy, depression, school failure, suicide, or nothing – they would prefer to endure.

“Better to be safe, than sorry” use to be the prevailing wisdom.

Now it is simply, “What can I get away with!”

This is not wisdom and it protects no one.

Find out if any of these sexual foreplay programs are in your child’s school district: Making A Difference!, Making Proud Choices!, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Safer Choices, It’s Your Game, Draw the Line/Respect the Line, Teen Outreach Program, and Promoting Health Among Teens.

If you need help, contact us at ExposeSexEd@gmail.com. Let us know what is in your school district. If you don’t know, find out! That’s what good parents do!

 

Summerville, SC: Sex Ed Ploys

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After attending 2 orchestrated meetings this week in Summerville that should have exposed the Planned Parenthood Sex Ed agenda, I am convinced that the power brokers in the school district are either in denial or complicit in promoting sexual foreplay education to our 11-17 year old youth.

The first meeting was a forum for candidates running for state office. The audience was asked to submit questions which were completely ignored if they pertained to challenging the sexually explicit sex ed programs being used in the middle and high schools.

Therefore, Rep. Jenny Horne and Rep. Chris Murphy got off having to explain why they are promoting 4-Planned Parenthood Sex Ed programs in Summerville schools and why they are pushing for the state to mandate at least 11 of these programs throughout the state.

These Saul Alinsky tactics also prevented the other candidates from outing Horne and Murphy. Slick!

The next meeting, several miles away, was the district School Board meeting. Their agenda indicated that there would be a report on their “workshop” held last week – where questions, comments and discussions were not allowed – to explain how they were going to change how they use Making Proud Choices! and other sex ed programs in the district to make them more “palatable.”

At this “workshop” Superintendent Joseph Pye stated:

“We have shared this (Making Proud Choices! sex ed curriculum) with [Rep] Jenny Horne and she is fine with what we are teaching.”

Last week’s “workshop” was quickly put together and did not allow for adequate public awareness. As a result, very few people attended and those that did were not allowed to participate as one would expect.

Back to the School Board meeting… after 2 hours of business, the Board chair asked if anyone had signed up prior to the meeting to speak. Since no one had, the topic of sex education was brushed aside and ignored.  The meeting was over. No one knew that they had to sign up to speak on the topic in order for the Board to follow their own agenda!

So much for transparency and accountability!

 

 

 

Is Summerville, SC Pimping Out Our Girls?

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Is your 11-13 year old daughter’s middle school sex ed class teaching her how to sexually arouse boys, put their condoms on, have intercourse and an orgasm, then take off the condom carefully and help them relax?

In Summerville, South Carolina, where Making Proud Choices! is taught, that is exactly what the program teaches. Yet, according to Superintendent Joe Pye,

“We’re not talking about sex, we’re talking about health.”

“We’re following the law, but we’re doing it our way so that we put students’ education first.”

What does “our way” mean? Don’t believe it when they say that “their teachers” know what to leave out when teaching this program. The Federal funding used to push these programs requires fidelity to the curricula. They have no authority to add to or leave out content. What happens when Pye is no longer Superintendent? This is what Progressives do. They get programs into the schools and let them progress…

None of these programs promote marriage as the ideal context for sex or abstinence until marriage as an option. Both are required by SC Law.

Pye also adds that, “I think we need to be more encouraging with them [parents] seeing it [the program/curriculum] – letting them go and sit in on a class.”

Really? What about those parents who, after seeing the curriculum, wrote protest letters last year? They were told to opt out if they didn’t like it. That it was legal!

Parents and taxpayers, maybe you should take up Pye on his offer to sit in on ALL of the classes being taught. Better yet, have the classes video taped so that you can view them later?

Just look at the lesson posted above on condom use from Making Proud Choices! Girls are being told, in their sex ed classes, how to service boys sexually.

Source for quotes: Summerville Journal Scene May 8, 2014 (District 2 workshop focuses on teaching abstinence – not available online. Why?)

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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!

Exposed: “Making a Difference!”

Expose Sex Ed Now!

Making a DiffernceMAD 001Beware!!! Just because a sex education program says it is “abstinence” or “abstinence-only” or “an abstinence approach” does not make it so. The Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Networks in SC, NC, TX, HI, AZ, KS, NY, FL, WA, CA, OH, etc. are already teaching this in public schools as abstinence!

“Making A Difference!” does not teach middle school students (11-13 year olds MINORS) about MARRIAGE, so where is the context for sex? Until you want to?

Without context, there are no boundaries for sex.

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Exposed: “Making a Difference!”

Making a Differnce MAD 001Beware!!! Just because a sex education program says it is “abstinence” or “abstinence-only” or “an abstinence approach” does not make it so. The Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Networks in SC, NC, TX, HI, AZ, KS, NY, FL, WA, CA, OH, etc. are already teaching this in public schools as abstinence!

“Making A Difference!” does not teach middle school students (11-13 year olds MINORS) about MARRIAGE, so where is the context for sex? Until you want to?

Without context, there are no boundaries for sex.