Most 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