Sex Slavery expands in Georgia

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Mary S. McLellan, M.S., SRAS ~ ExposeSexEdNow.com

 

Sex Trafficking in GA Georgia is well known for having a human sex trafficking epidemic. Sex trafficking in Atlanta and other hot spots in Georgia have been reported for years and it’s only getting worse. So, why are children and families in Georgia so vulnerable to sex trafficking?

To make matters worse, recently Gov. Deal (R) caved to economic tyranny imposed by the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC).HRC is one of the main proponents of normalizing sex for minors in the nation. As a result of HRC’s bully tactics, religious leaders must now marry couples against their church’s doctrine, thus promoting sexual practices that violate religious liberty guaranteed by the GA and US  Constitution.

The HRC is a member of the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education and author of the so-called  federal Healthy Youth Act. Their goal is to mandate Comprehensive Sex Education (Sexual Rights-only) in all public schools. One method of achieving this goal is to make it illegal in Georgia to teach students the benefits of delaying sexual activity and the importance of marriage for raising healthy families. California has already passed such legislation.

FLASH is a sex program listed on Planned Parenthood’s website and the primary source of sexual health information for students in DeKalb County schools in metro-Atlanta. FLASH curricula has been used for years in Seattle and Kings County, Washington throughout elementary, middle, and high schools. FLASH normalizes sexual activity among and with minors.

FLASH sex classes are required to be co-ed so that students can learn to feel comfortable talking about sex with their friends. Teachers are trained to “norm” the classroom so that students feel safe asking  questions and students are told not to talk about content or discussions outside of the classroom. “Family” is defined without including a traditional family model.

A review of FLASH videos and information for teachers reveals that minors, who cannot legally consent to sex, learn about the following subject matter:

  • LGBT Youth: Reteaching Gender & Sexuality

    • This film won awards from Gay and Lesbian film festivals in San Francisco, Seattle, London, and Rio.

    • It normalizes gay, lesbian, transgender relationships – everyone is queer. If you are not queer, you are the odd one.

  • STD Prevention: STD Myths from SexEtc.org, a project of Answer at Rutgers University (YouTube.)

    • While this film has some medically accurate information about STDs, it promotes sexual activity as normal among and with minors.

    • STDs are either treatable or manageable.

    • Condoms and dental dams are the “best protection,” if not practicing abstinence. However, abstinence is not recommended as the best sexual health option nor is it presented as the norm for teens, which CDC data supports.

    • SexEtc.org/Answer is funded by the US Health and Human Services Maternal and Child Health, an author of the National Sexuality Education Standards, and a member of the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education. All of these entities promote sexual activity.

  • HIV-Focus on Testing: Sexual Health

    • This film depicts sex acts among and with minors using comic book style storytelling.

    • Contains foul and coarse language. Portrays parents as idiots.

  • HIV-Focus on Communication, only for 12th grade: Your Body. Your Rules

    • Normalizes sex among and with minors.

    • Teaches that assertiveness is good, but only if you are demanding condom use.

    • Girl says that she only has one rule for having sex: Use a condom.

  • Talking with Partners About Prevention: Just Like You Imagined?

    • Normalizes sex among and with minors.

    • Portrays normal life of a teen as chaotic.

None of the content we found in FLASH curricula teaches minors the benefits of avoiding risky sexual behavior. FLASH violates basic public health policies by normalizing sexual activity that has long-term health consequences for the general public. FLASH also undermines the authority of parents by portraying them as ignorant, out of touch with reality, and incapable to providing wise guidance to their children.

By normalizing child sex in public education, adolescents and teens are groomed to accept and engage in sex. This makes them most vulnerable to pedophiles, sex traffickers, and pornographers. Georgia is conducting state sponsored sexual exploitation of minors and no one seems to care.

Georgia now owns your children, their education, their faith, and their future. Under the guise of Sexual Rights, your children are now sex slaves to the state.

 

Charleston, SC: Making Proud Choices! is Back

 

Making Condoms FunMaking Proud Choices!, one of the most sexually explicit Planned Parenthood Sex Curricula in the nation is back for approval in the school district. Making Proud Choices! for 11-13 year old minors is promoted as an “Evidence-Based Safer-Sex Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STDs and HIV.” However, it does not teach abstinence from all sexual activity. In fact, abstinence is taught as “avoiding unprotected sex.”

Opting out of sex ed does little to protect students from pornographic content. Their peers will repeat or text (sext) what they have learned and/or they will be ostracized as “those prudes” who are not cool with learning how to have fun and pleasurable sex. Unless masses of parents opt out, no one cares. Even then, it won’t really change the bureaucracy in charge.

Making Proud Choices! has nothing to do with promoting health. It is about promoting sex. It does little to protect your child from STDs…

Think about it! Using condoms is counter-intuitive. A boy must have an erection in order to put a condom on. By that time, he is too stimulated to remember all of the steps to correctly and consistently use a condom.

Making Proud Choices! is a popular Comprehensive Sex Ed curriculum that goes far beyond teaching the methods, pros and cons, of contraception. It is about grooming students for sex, by creating neural pathways while their adolescent brains are rapidly developing. It is the typical age for sex and porn addiction.

The Sexual Rights Cartel in South Carolina has worked overtime to get Making Proud Choices! approved. They are part of the much larger National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education which controls sex ed at the local, state and federal levels using your tax money and your children to advance their agenda.

The Charleston County School District’s so-called Health Advisory Committee will vote as early as next week to approve Making Proud Choices! as the only available program in the district for 11-13 year old middle school students. Similar efforts failed two years ago, but the Sexual Rights Cartel is back with a vengeance using a new committee stacked with advocates or those ignorant of the real content. All 13-members are handpicked by the Sexual Rights Cartel.

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The following lesson is from Making Proud Choices! and should be a wake-up call for any parent or taxpayer.

Making Proud Choices! does not teach reproduction, abstinence, or the benefits of marriage. It is all about promoting sex under the guise of STD prevention by teaching fun ways to use condoms.

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 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 your 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.

 

Is it any wonder that students cannot read, write, or understand math, science and history?

Do you really think the Sexual Rights Cartel in schools will get sex education right?

Fifty Shades…about child sexual abuse!

child sexual abuseWho is writing about the child sexual abuse depicted in Fifty Shades of Grey? All the buzz is about so-called “consensual sex;” about how all sexual behaviors are normal and healthy, as long as no one gets hurt. Really? What about Christian?

Anne Lee, the founder of Darkness to Light, a non-profit based in Charleston, SC, knows first-hand about child sexual abuse. Darkness to Light trains adults in how to protect children from sexual predators.

Many of the principles taught in the Darkness to Light trainings are violated in Comprehensive Sex Education classes. Children are groomed at an early age with explicit sexual information making them vulnerable to porn, sex trafficking, and other sexual crimes.

Fifty shades of childhood trauma

Mar 7 2015 The Post and Courier Charleston, SC

Almost every woman I know has read “Fifty Shades of Grey.” I had no interest in it. But when my sister-in-law came to visit, she brought the trilogy, and I saw a way to sample a few pages without a real commitment. To my surprise, I finished all three novels. They are not, however, the books that everyone else seems to have read.

The key fact of “Fifty Shades” is not what the billionaire bondage enthusiast does to women; it’s what was done to him. As a child, Christian Grey was physically abused and neglected; as a young teenager, he was sexually abused by a socially prominent friend of his adoptive mother. It’s no surprise, therefore, that these indelible scars drive his behavior with women. “Fifty Shades” is built on one of the oldest myths in the history of abuse: The abused becomes the abuser.

I understand the attraction of a handsome, young, rich man. I appreciate that women in settled relationships might respond to a spicy story. But in a country where 25 percent of all adults have suffered some form of abuse, I wonder if readers aren’t also — or primarily — responding to the trilogy’s unacknowledged theme. Although we may not acknowledge it or want to share it, those of us who have struggled with the trauma of childhood sexual abuse see glimpses of our own struggle within Christian’s story. We pull for this hero/villain to move from his shadowy past and into a healthy relationship. We want him to triumph over his past. And, first and foremost, we want him to break the chain of the abused becoming abusers — we want no more victims.

As the founder of an organization that seeks to prevent sexual abuse of children, I went looking for reviews and articles that connected this theme to Christian Grey’s behavior. I couldn’t find one. Of the many explorations of Christian’s obsession with bondage and domination, none mentioned abuse.

Tellingly, nothing I read connected this fictional trilogy to three non-fiction situations that have experienced the same primary element: Penn State, the Boy Scouts and the Catholic Church. In each case, there were abusers accomplished in their pursuit of young victims. They groom. They misrepresent what’s happening. They convince the victim that this is what he wants.

Later, when these cases become public, many of us are shocked. We can’t believe anyone would ever do that. But there’s no longer any reason to be blind to offensive, illegal behavior. There are trainings that teach adults how to protect children. And there are programs and books for children that show them the limits of appropriate adult behavior.

Those who devoured “Fifty Shades of Grey” — and, as many do, want to talk about it — would do well to go online to find local community resources and national organizations that combat childhood sexual abuse. They should do whatever they feel is appropriate to protect the children in their lives. Then, when they next talk about the book, they’ll have something compelling, relevant and useful to add to the conversation.

Anne Lee, Founder of Darkness to Light

Heritage Keepers® Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education Program is a Partner in Prevention with Darkness to Light. All staff are trained annually by Darkness to Light in how to prevent child sexual abuse. As mandated reporters, Heritage Keepers® believes that it is the adult’s (educators) responsibility to protect children from sexual exploitation, not the child’s responsibility to know that they are being groomed for sex!