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The Worst Instances Of State-Funded Porn (AKA Sex Ed)

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Sexual education has become state-funded porn in recent years, and because of recently created state laws there is little parents can do to protect their children’s innocence. They claim it is about academics, but in reality it’s about pushing the liberal agenda. This X-rated sex education that is the product of collaboration between the Planned Parenthood/pro-abortion forces and “LGBTQ” advocates. Below are four examples of the worst offenders:

Get Real (North Carolina)

This sex ed curriculum not only included condom demonstrations, but seventh graders were welcome to try it out themselves. The moral implications of the morning after pill were not discussed, but they were told where they could access emergency contraception. They also encouraged sixth graders to discover their sexuality and feel free to “come out” as homosexual.

Sex Etc Magazine (Pinelands, New Jersey)

Published by a notoriously explicit Rutgers University program for teens. It includes material like, “Where do you stand on Friends With Benefits?” and “The clitoris and pleasure: What you should know.” One current issue of the magazine, available in the library for junior high students, featured questions from a 14-year-old about an alleged oral sex encounter.

Teen Talk (Palo Alto, California)

California law says that sex ed must include any way that one may contract an STI or HIV. Many parents were upset by the graphic detail they went into while describing things like oral and anal sex.

Welcoming Schools (Austin, Texas)

The lessons contain inaccuracies and blatant propaganda – that homosexual-headed families and boys dressing as girls are “normal,” and those who object are hateful bullies.

See more at World Net Daily

Are you sick of the state interfering with the morality you are teaching your children?

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