Bristol Palin Was Duped

Bristol PalinBristol Palin is no different than millions of Americans (50 and under), who are victims of the lie that “safe-sex” is equal to “abstinence.”

The Candie’s Foundation has never promoted Abstinence-Until-Marriage, nor does Comprehensive Sex Ed in the public schools. They promote “safe-sex” with condoms and call it “abstinence” education to betray the public.

“Abstinence,” as defined by the SexPerts in academia, education, media, and most Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs, is “avoiding unprotected sex” or “avoiding unsafe sex” or “wait until you are ready, but use condoms sex.” By re-defining “abstinence” the SexPerts have controlled the message. Marriage is never promoted.

Scott Phelps, a national leader in the Abstinence-Until-Marriage movement has an excellent op-ed in the Chicago Sun-Times about Palin, Candie’s Foundation, and the difference between bogus “abstinence” and Abstinence-Until-Marriage education.

Bristol Palin is Neither a Hypocrite nor a Liar

BY SCOTT PHELPS July 4, 2015 – Chicago-Sun Times

Bristol Palin is facing stiff criticism in the wake of her announcement that she is pregnant for a second time — and still unmarried. She is being called a hypocrite due to her work as an abstinence advocate for the Candies Foundation. Palin denies ever being paid as an “abstinence spokesperson.” Posting evidence online to the contrary, her detractors now say that she is not only a hypocrite but also a liar.

Bristol Palin is right. She is neither.  Read more here…

The Sexual Rights Coalition eagerly jumped on Palin to smear all abstinence education as ineffective and unworthy of funding, while they themselves rely on the term “abstinence” to lie their way into public school districts. They cannot have it both ways! Their brand of “abstinence” education is nothing more than promoting sexual foreplay and sex with condoms to millions of minors, teen and adults.

Marriage is the key concept in Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education. That’s why the Sexual Rights Coalition hates it so much. Their agenda is to promote sex at any age outside of marriage. It is the Kinsey, Planned parenthood, SIECUS Sex Agenda.

Everyone in America deserves to be taught Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education, regardless of sexual history or sexual orientation. There is no “choice” if this valuable sexual health message continues to be censored in our schools and colleges.

“Safe Sex” as “abstinence” is fraud.

 

 

 

Charleston, SC: Explicit Sex Program on Agenda

Making Proud Choices pictureDo you think your voice matters? Sometimes it doesn’t. After a dozen parents in Charleston County School District testified against Making Proud Choices!, with no one signed-up to speak in favor of it, the Health Advisory Committee (HAC) voted unanimously to send it forward to the Strategic Education Committee (SEC). The HAC did not listen. Their minds were made up, and they like to keep meetings to one-hour.

The SEC meets on Tuesday, July 7 at 9 AM.

However, sometimes your voice does matter, a lot! A similar effort failed in 2013 when one parent asked the 3-Trustees on the SEC to open and read just a few pages of the MPC! curriculum. This happened after the room full of proponents had spoken and assured the SEC that this programs was Evidence-based and essential for Charleston’s children. The Trustees were so stunned and surprised by the pornographic nature of the lessons that they voted to table it immediately.

Now, Making Proud Choices! is back on the agenda.

One parent made the difference two years ago. This time we need many more voices!

The HAC assured us at the last meeting that explicit sexual language and other issues have been edited. Are they admitting that MPC! contains porn? Who edited it? What is their expertise? If their background and bias is in condoms-only, risk reduction sex education, then they are not qualified to evaluate a program for abstinence content. Are we going to let them practice on our children with an unproven sex program?

School districts across the US often claim that curricula will be “edited” to conform with community standards. They will say and do anything to get the grant money promised by the Planned Parenthood Network.

After our team reviewed the so-called edits to MPC!, nothing about our position changed. We had not cherry-pick our objections from the curriculum. We used page numbers and quotes as concrete examples of the underlying problems with this sex program. The assumptions are made that “all kids will have sex” and “there’s nothing we can do to stop them” and “we just have to teach them how to have sex safely.”

MPC! and “Safe Sex” programs are an asinine approach to educating minors about sexual health. Sensible adults and authorities talk to kids about avoiding drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and gangs. And, laws that protect and restrict kids from using these products and participating in dangerous activities are enforced. Yet, when it involves preventing sexual activity and the exploitation of minors, those laws and sensibilities disappear.

It’s as if promoting “safe sex” has become the primary focus of the

Department of Education!

Every teen, regardless of sexual history or sexual orientationdeserves to be taught, and reminded often, about the benefits of abstinence and marriage. People seek to change their behaviors every day. They do this with eating habits, drugs, tobacco, alcohol and their peer groups. Sex programs like MPC! are kin to giving an addict a steady supply of the very substance they are trying to avoid.

Many sexually active teens and adults decide to return to abstinence and wait for life-long commitment, rather than settle for short-term uncommitted relationships. We should do everything we can to promote this kind of mature behavior.

 “Cleaning up” pornographic sex ed is like putting lipstick on a pig. It’s still a pig! 

Contact the Charleston County School Trustees and tell them to Vote NO! against Making Proud Choices!

PS: See what happened at a School Board Meeting in Florida! This is so typical!

Now, what will you do? We must stand up. If we don’t, it’s on us.

If we do, it’s on them. 

 

Update: Making “Poor” Choices! Charleston, SC

Making Proud Choices pictureMaking Proud Choices! (MPC!) passed the so-called Health Advisory Committee (HAC) last week and is now on the fast-track for approval from the Charleston County School District. Even after a dozen citizens testified against MPC!, and no one spoke in favor of it, the HAC voted unanimously to send it to the Strategic Education Committee (SEC) which meets Tuesday, June 2 at 9 AM.

A similar effort failed in 2013 when 3-Trustees on the SEC were asked to read just a few pages of content and were so alarmed by the pornographic nature of the lessons that they voted to table it immediately.

The HAC assured us that the pornographic language and other issues have been edited. However, after reviewing their edits, it changes nothing about our objections to this Condoms-Only Sex Program.

Within days of the HAC decision, it was reported that a Communities In Schools representative pressured a middle school principal to use the unapproved MPC!

What’s up with that?

What is Making Proud Choices!?

It is a condoms-only sex program used in some SC counties targeting minors (11-13), who cannot legally consent to sex. MPC! is listed on websites of the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education, including Planned Parenthood, Advocates for Youth, and SIECUS. All of these entities authored or support the National Sexuality Education Standards, the “Common Core” for Sexual Rights Education. The infrastructure for Common Core will act as a conduit for the National Sexuality Education Standards. (See previous post about MPC!)

An April 2015 report on MPC! was presented at The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy conference just a few weeks ago. Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas taught MPC! targeting African American and Hispanic children in 8th and 9th grade, while a control group was taught a regular health program.

By the end of the 3-year project, more of the MPC! 8th grade students:

  • Had sex for the first time
  • Had sex within 3 months after the program
  • Had unprotected sex, and
  • Were less likely to consistently use condoms…compared to the control students.

MPC! students scored higher on knowledge, but they were less confident that they could say no, to having sex.

Our protest is not about whether contraception should be taught in schools. It is about how and when contraception should be taught.

There is no assurance that any HAC edits or “improvements” will be implemented since the final version of the curriculum has not been made public. And, if significant changes are made, then it should be sent back for medical accuracy approval and evaluations by an independent agency.

As it stands, MPC!:

  • Goes far beyond the scope of law to teach minors sexual foreplay techniques, and how to have fun, pleasurable, erotic sex with condoms, under the guise of STD/HIV prevention.
  • Teaches minors that abstinence is the same as “avoiding unprotected sex.”
  • Violates SC Law by not emphasizing abstinence from sexual activity until marriage. The message is clearly to have sex whenever you “feel” ready. Like Friday night?
  • Targets 11-13 year old legal minors which should automatically deem it inappropriate. (Twelve is the average age for porn addiction and sex trafficking.)

The adolescent brain is not mature until about age 25. MPC! and other similar programs groom and exploit minors to engage in sexual activities right at the time when their brains are rapidly developing neural pathways and are most vulnerable to sexual influences.

With twenty-five percent of youth sexually abused by the time they are 18, the probability of sexually exploited children sitting in these classes is high. What are they to think and feel when they hear a trusted teacher tell them that sexual activity is normal and safe for children their age?

Making Proud Choices! is a poor and harmful choice for our children. Charleston’s youth deserve better!

Contact the Charleston County School Trustees and tell them to

Vote NO! against Making Proud Choices!

 

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

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!

 

 

 

“Rights to Sex” TRUMP “Right to Life”

InALifeSafe Sex advocates say that humans should have the Right to Sex, but if that sexual encounter results in a pregnancy, that child does not have a Right to Life. Does any of this make sense to you? Sex is no longer the way that humans make babies or for marital intimacy, it is solely for hedonistic entertainment.

Safe Sex advocates support and teach many of the programs found on the Planned Parenthood and SIECUS websites. If pressed, their Networks claim that they DO teach abstinence in their programs. That they teach it at the beginning of every sex class!  Just before they teach minors that it is healthy and normal for kids their age to know how to sexually stimulate each others genitals.

Safe Sex-only programs like Making a Difference!, Making Proud Choices!, Pono Choices!, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, It’s Your Game, and Teen Outreach Program, are creating chaos, not only in AZ, CAHI, OH, OR, KS, MS, NC, ND, NY, SC, TN, TX, UT, but in the lives of our children and their families across the nation. Many of these programs have been in our schools for decades. However, under the Obama administration, they have been given unfettered access and funding, which is now increasing public exposure and scrutiny.

The basic premise of Safe Sex-only Education is that sexual activity, exploration and engagement is a Human Right from birth. (Reisman, Grossman) Sexual relationships are not to be controlled, but to be hotly pursued, because they are part of being human. In their minds, to do otherwise would hinder “healthy” human growth and development. Sex is a human right, and anything goes, at any age, with anyone, with anything, and with any gender. Whatever.

With this extreme Safe Sex ideology in mind, is it any wonder that proponents of Safe Sex for minors and school age teens, are lobbying state legislators to mandate Safe Sex-only education? And, they are demanding that taxpayers fund the government infrastructure, public school systems and universities that will further institutionalize it in our culture.

Is it any wonder that these same Safe Sex advocates view abstinence-until-marriage education programs as outdated, discriminatory, and a violation of the Sexual Rights every human should be entitled? This is why evidence-based abstinence-until-marriage programs, like Heritage Keepers®, are demonized and outlawed in many states.

Teaching kids to abstain from sexual activity, to wait until marriage, and to form their families within a life-long, mutually monogamous, faithful relationship, commonly known as marriage, is just ridiculous in their minds. Sex is considered a “sacred” Human Rights issue worthy of Laws and Regulations to protect it.

Unless parents and faith leaders stand up to stop this, our children and our nation are racing towards absolute chaos.

To postpone some of the chaos, Planned Parenthood and Obamacare have teamed up, again, to control any pesky pregnancies that might result from all of the Safe Sex being taught. This is why taxpayers are now forced to fund contraception, hormonal birth control, and abortions as yet, another  entitlement program.

But, hormones and abortion cannot stop STDs and HIV. In fact, there is evidence that hormonal birth control makes it easier for women to contract STDs! Other than abstinence, correct and consistent condom use is the only method that has been effective at reducing, but not eliminating, the transmission of HIV and some STDs. Even then, there is no way to measure correct and consistent condom use on a large scale. Therefore, there is no real way to prove, or disprove, whether a Safe Sex program really works, or not.

But that doesn’t matter, as long as access to students is not denied.

Sex education is no longer about teaching reproductive health so that teens understand their bodies. It is not really about teaching kids how to use contraception and birth control anymore, either. It is about how to reduce HIV/STDs by teaching kids how to have fun and pleasurable safe sex experiences while using condoms and dental dams. Otherwise, the masses (our children and grandchildren) that they say must be taught about their Sexual Rights, will not use condoms to keep HIV/STDs under control.

What about the STDs that condoms are less effective at preventing, like HPV, Herpes, and Syphilis? Those are considered normal, acceptable risks. Besides, more government entitlements are available through Big Pharma for the HPV vaccine, Herpes drugs and antibiotics. Forget the cervical cancer and the infertility that results from these normal STDs.

If we the people, do not stop this madness, then America is over. There has never been a culture that thrived under these circumstances. They have all fallen and disappeared.

It only takes one person in each school district, community, state, or church to stand up and expose the Safe Sex agenda. Even normal liberals do not want their children exposed to this kind of pornographic indoctrination.

Most of us are in denial or blind, until we see it for ourselves. Find out what is in your child’s school. Show it to other parents. Read it out loud to elected officials.

Ask them if this is good enough for their children and their friends.

 

Common Core: More Fear and Funding

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Upset about Common Core? You should be.

But, it may be too late.

While the masses have been busy working, raising families, and living their own lives our federal government has been busy spending our tax money to build and expand an infrastructure that is now, probably, too big to fail.

This infrastructure was designed by Progressives, and has been patiently implemented over the past 50 years by Democrats and Republican, to centralize government control.

Local control is now essentially gone. How could this happen? In America? Why didn’t someone tell us?

Many have tried to tell you.

The infrastructure for Common Core State Standards is the same used for every government program established over the past 50+ years. Progressives, use fear (poverty, teen pregnancy, hunger, homelessness, etc.) and funding (your money), to start and grow federal programs that are suppose to alleviate our fears and “fix” the problems.

Since the 60’s and 70’s, the fear of poverty was supposed to be “fixed” by War on Poverty programs; the crisis of teen pregnancies and unwanted children was to be “fixed” by Family Planning and abortion on demand; hunger was to be “fixed” by food stamps; and homelessness was to be “fixed” by Section 8 housing and sub-prime mortgages. There are now more than 70 means tested federal programs, none of which have “fixed” the problems they were designed for.

By using fear and funding, the infrastructure to “fix” all of the issues plaguing our culture continues to increase, and taxpayers are duped into giving up more and more of their money and control to take care of problems that money and government control can never fix.

When leaders were told decades ago that Planned Parenthood and their spin-off, Sexuality Education Information Council of the US (SIECUS), had a plan for a National Petting Project to teach sexual foreplay in our public schools, they laughed. (1988)

During the 90’s, they were told that SIECUS, Planned Parenthood, and others were using the free flow of Federal HIV money to influence state and local policy control over sex education in our schools. They laughed louder when we told them that the federal government had established contracts with Institutions of Higher Education to provide training, technical assistance, establish policies, guidelines, dissemination, evaluation and increase collaboration for the institutionalization of Comprehensive School Health.

Even after they were told that seven (7) contracts were made with national organizations to assist Institutions of Higher Education for producing, publishing, packaging, distribution, research and evaluation, program development, dissemination, training, technical assistance, infrastructure development, website management for teachers, and professional development, they scoffed and said it was a conspiracy theory.

Then these leaders were given internet links showing that  CDC’s Department of Adolescent School Health (CDC DASH) had established state and local Cooperative Agreements or Contracts in 55 States and Territories including 20 local education agencies to promote “safe sex” education. They continued to scoff.

Even after trying harder to tell them that SIECUS and the Planned Parenthood Network was using federal HIV funding contracts to establish the National AIDS Education and Information Program to conduct train-the-trainer workshops, regional conferences to establish state programs that would institutionalize sexuality curricula guidelines, design state infrastructures to support these programs, use recognition awards with CDC DASH funding, and establish the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education (NCSSE) which was responsible for teacher assessment, preparation, training and credentialing throughout the infrastructure, they grew tired and ignored us.

Ten years ago, notebooks and reports were compiled with information readily available on the internet and provided to local, state and national leaders that detailed contracts, cooperative agreements and national connections between CDC DASH, NCSSE, SIECUS and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, Council of Chief State School Officers, State Teacher Training Centers, National School Health Leadership Conferences, Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Association of Schools of Public Health, Advocates for Youth, Academy of Education Development, Education and Training Resources (ETR), National, State and Local Pregnancy Prevention Programs, Association of State and Territorial Directors of Health Promotion and Public Health Education, Resource Center for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention, Education Development Center, School Health Program News, National Education Association (NEA), Health Information Network (WIN), National Training Partnership, and the Training and Development Consortium.

References showing that state and local contracts and cooperative agreements were established with School Districts to manipulate School Health Advisory Committees, funding for District School Health Coordinators, training of teachers and nurses, improve school environment, policy development,  overcoming controversy and barriers, activist with school boards, media and advocacy. With all this evidence in hand, nothing happened.

And, at the individual school level, CDC DASH funding for “safe sex” programs was provided for School Health Councils, School Nurses, Health Education Teachers and After School Programs. Hundreds of other CDC DASH contracts and funding streams were also created. No one blinked.

Many have been shouting to anyone that would listen about the teaching of sexual foreplay to minors in the schools and they have been laughed at, scoffed at, and called crazy, right wing zealots.

Now, because of the fear of academic failures across the nation, Common Core is the prevailing “fix”. It just needs more funding. However, Common Core has been in bed with the National Sexuality Standards for over a decade. The similarities between Common Core and the institutionalization of “safe sex” education in our schools are obvious to those of us who have been fighting the sexual exploitation of generations of our children. It’s all the same game plan.

Maybe you really didn’t know about all of this. You do now.

Does it matter?

 

Read more about the connection between Common Core and the National Sexuality Education Standards.