Mary S. McLellan, M.S., SRAS – ExposeSexEdNow.com
The New York Times’ opinion piece by Peggy Orenstein, entitled When Did Porn Become Sex Ed?, is a shameless promotion of her new book Girls and Sex. While pretending disdain for porn’s influence on our youth, Orenstein promotes Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) as the solution to porn.
Yet, much of CSE is porn under the guise of so-called “safe sex.”
Orenstein’s article labels youth, especially girls, as victims of the evil right-wing establishment that denies them the right to pleasurable sex. She continues by ridiculing sexual restraint, mocking parents, and of course demonizing abstinence education.
True to Alinsky, she tells teens and college students exactly what they want to hear. That their sexual exploits are justified because “the system” has failed them. Any consequences they may suffer are not their fault!
The author whines on…
““And while we are more often telling children that both parties must agree unequivocally to a sexual encounter, we still tend to avoid the biggest taboo of all: women’s capacity for and entitlement to sexual pleasure.””
Really? The real question should be…
When did Sex Ed become Porn?
CSE is Sexual Rights Education supported by staunch pro-abortion advocates. Since the late 80’s, these SexPerts have used federally funded Sex Ed programs to direct minors to the pleasures of sex. Much of the content is medically inaccurate and definitely not age appropriate. You can find out more by reading ExposeSexEdNow and by going to Stop the War on Children.
Decades ago the purpose of “sex ed” was to teach puberty, male and female reproduction, and the consequences of sex outside of marriage. Thanks to Kinsey, Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, and the Sexual Rights Agenda, the purpose of Sex Ed today is to teach kids how to reach orgasm with multiple life-time partners.
CSE is taxpayer funded porn addiction. Porn creates neural pathways in the brain demanding more and worse porn to be satisfied. Porn has always been used to expose youth to the pleasures of sex. This is not new. It targets kids during their most vulnerable years, before their bodies and brains are mature. It is the ideal way to create addicts.
The timing of this NYTimes article is also deliberate. Currently, many state legislators are debating changes to their Sex Ed Laws. Sexual Rights Groups are mandating CSE-only for all public schools. Some even want to eliminate parental consent.
By promoting CSE, Peggy Orenstein exposes her bias towards promoting sexual liberties, even for legal minors who cannot consent to sex. She wants more porn, not less porn, for your child. And, she wants it mandated so that optimal sexual health messages, like sexual restraint, will be censored.
If CSE is mandated in your state and/or in your school district get your children out. Your tax money is indoctrinating them to believe the lie that the consequences of sexual freedom are worth the pleasures. However, sexual freedom often leads to sexual slavery.
Find out more about CSE and ask the right questions.