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Compulsory classes teach schoolchildren as young as 6 how to masturbate

“Sexual intercourse is rapidly becoming the one thing venerated in a world without veneration.” ― C.S. Lewis, Miracles

The Daily Mail reports on Sept. 21, 2019 that school children as young as six are taught to masturbate in 241 primary schools in Warwickshire County, England. The classes will be adopted by other local authorities next year as part of the UK’s government’s overhaul of Relationship and Sex Education (RSE). Beginning next September, parents will not be able to withdraw children from these classes.

The mandatory classes are part of a controversial new sex and relationships teaching program called All About Me, which some parents say are “sexualising” their young children. Documents obtained by The Mail on Sunday detail how All About Me classes involve 6 to 10-year old students being told by teachers that “lots of people like to tickle or stroke themselves as it might feel nice,” including touching their “private parts,” and that although some people may say this behavior is “dirty,” it is in fact “very normal.” The children are told that it is “not polite” to touch themselves in public, and that they should do that when alone in the bath, shower or in bed. The children are then given scenarios which they must judge to be “OK” or “not OK,” such as when a girl called Autumn “has a bath and is alone she likes to touch herself between her legs. It feels nice.”

The instruction on masturbation is repeated in lesson plans for Years Four and Five, involving 8 to 10-year-old students.

Jonny Hunt, 37, criticised draft Government guidelines for relationships and sex education for highlighting the importance of wedlock

Sex ed consultant Johnny Hunt

Jonny Hunt, 37, a sex education consultant who is one of the architects of All About Me, said: “This is not sex education but actually information around safe and appropriate touching. However uncomfortable adults may find it, children of all ages will self-stimulate from time to time. They may do this when anxious or simply because it feels nice.”

Naomi and Matthew Seymour, whose two sons attend Coten End Primary School in Warwick, strongly disagree with Hunt. Concerned their sons would be exposed to issues they “were not ready to hear,” the Seymours removed their sons from school for the week during which the program was taught.

Matthew Seymour, 38, said: “My wife cried the first time she read what was going to be in the lessons. This sexualisation of our children is just totally inappropriate. They are calling it self-touching and they won’t use the term masturbation, but when you read it that’s exactly what they’re talking about. We don’t want to start picket lines and wave banners. We’re just an ordinary family. I think many families who had seen these lesson plans would feel the same way we did.”

Piers Shepherd of the Family Education Trust said the government’s RSE guidance is too vague and that “It is even more concerning that parents may be denied the opportunity to withdraw their children from these lessons if the school brands them as relationship education classes rather than as sex education.”

Simon Calvert of the Christian Institute said: “It looks like Warwickshire has paid more attention to a controversial sex education consultancy than to… what parents understand to be in the best interests of their children.”

Matt Walsh of The Daily Wire, alerts us to similar sex-ed programs in other countries:

  • A program was recently rolled out in South African schools, instructing kids on the wonders of masturbation, anal sex, and oral sex.
  • A recent “framework” for sex education in California features, among other things, graphic descriptions of sodomy and bondage.

Walsh observes:

What we’re witnessing here is…pedophilia…a form of widespread, institutionalized child sexual abuse. The administrators who approve this material are predators, and the teachers who teach it are complicit….

But we should not be surprised by this. It is the inevitable consequence of allowing public schools to teach “sex-ed” in the first place. There is, it turns out, no non-creepy way for schools to handle the topic. There is no approach that isn’t at least inappropriate, and at worst abuse. That’s because schools have no business delivering lectures on sexuality, no matter what is being said about it. By broaching the subject, they are already treading on ground where they don’t belong. It’s no wonder that they marched all the way to this point.

As far as schools are concerned, sex should be a purely scientific subject. Teach the kids about anatomy. Teach them where babies come from. Teach them the facts of human reproduction. That’s it. The children don’t need to hear, and should not hear, the teacher’s personal views on what kind of touching is appropriate, and what sort of sex positions are enjoyable, and “when it is appropriate to be naked or semi-naked,” whether our cultural attitudes towards sexuality are repressive, and so on. None of that constitutes objective scientific information. It is, at best, the subjective view point of the person who came up with the lesson plan. And subjective view points about sexuality have no place — at all — in a school…. Just because I send my kids to school to learn the ABCs and 123s doesn’t mean I also want them to be indoctrinated into Mrs. Wilson’s personal philosophy on human sexuality. Actually I don’t send my kids to school at all — we homeschool — but the point stands.

If it would be considered a gross infringement for a teacher to stand up and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the middle of algebra class, why is it any less of a gross infringement for a teacher to proclaim the Gospel of Sexual Enlightenment…in the middle of health class? You might argue that schools “have to teach it” because parents refuse to do it themselves. But where does that end? There are many ethical, moral, and spiritual lessons that parents often fail to impart to their children. Should schools then become churches, daycare centers, therapists, spiritual gurus, and sex coaches all rolled into one, just to compensate for lackadaisical parenting? Schools don’t automatically inherit the right to teach whatever a parent doesn’t teach…. [s]chools should stick to the academic basics. Reading, writing, arithmetic, etc. It is not their job, or their right, to go beyond that.


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Rocklin charter school won't allow parents to opt out of "transgender" teachings

robin stout rocklin superintendent

Rocklin Superintendent Robin Stout

Solution: Disenroll and/or homeschool.
I told you about this school in August when a kindergarten teacher led a “transgender” discussion in class, to introduce a child who was “transitioning,” without notifying parents of the discussion. Many parents were outraged.
Looks like the school is doubling down on denying biology and moving forward with the “transgender” agenda.
From KCRA: The school board for Rocklin Academy Charter School voted late Monday night in favor of a literary policy that allows controversial books like “I Am Jazz,” which is about a transgender girl, to be read in class and won’t allow parents the option of opting their children out of that lesson.
However, the school will “endeavor” to notify parents about such controversial topics.
Hundreds of parents packed the charter school board meeting for the Rocklin Academy Family of Schools Monday for a passionate debate about gender identity and its place in the classroom.
Some parents proposed a new policy requiring the charter school to let them know if controversial topics, like gender identity, would be discussed in class and allow their students to opt out.
“For them to say that they can teach my child about transgender without me even knowing about it is wrong,” said parent Chelsea McQuistan, who has two children who attend Rocklin Academy Gateway and a third who is about to enter kindergarten.
“Gender and sexuality are not the same thing, and I think we end up in a place where parents can opt out of anything they find offensive, which is subjective,” said Jen Hansen, another parent in the charter school.
The debate was sparked in June when a Rocklin Academy Gateway transgender student brought the book “I Am Jazz,” to her kindergarten class. She then asked the teacher to read the book, which is about a transgender girl’s transition, to the class so other students knew what she was going through.
Some parents said their children came home questioning their gender after school. “This book was outside the curriculum and I see it as a controversial subject to discuss with a kindergartner,” said Wendy Sickler, who is the parent of two kids at Rocklin Academy Gateway.
Ankur Dhawan’s daughter was in class when the teacher read “I Am Jazz” to students and was taken aback when she told him about it.
“I’ve struggled with the question of parental notification quite a bit. But when I put my need against the child who’s going through that transition, I realized it’s not the same thing,” Dhawan said. “This child needs us to come together as a community and respect their dignity and their character.”
California law allows parents to opt out of sex education, but gender identity doesn’t fall under that category.
“It’s like race or religion or ethnicity. It’s a protected class but it’s not sex ed so parents actually don’t have the opportunity to opt out and it would be illegal for the school to make it possible to opt out,” said Elizabeth Ashford, who works for Fiona Hutton and Associates, the public relations firm hired by Rocklin Academy to serve as spokesperson.
“It does not prohibit an opt-out provision for school districts, so for them to say that is just disingenuous,” California Family Council Director Greg Burt said in response to Ashford’s statement.
The school board heard more than three hours of comment before they voted late Monday to not to change their current literature policy, which allows the inclusion of transgender characters, and “endeavor” to notify parents about controversial topics.
“The school is going to endeavor to do that,” Ashford said. “If they can’t get to it ahead of it, they will try to inform the parents after the fact.”
The board also struck down a proposal to allow parents to opt out of gender identity topics in class.
Rocklin Academy said 14 families have chosen to disenroll from their charter schools as a result of this issue, and they expect more families to withdraw in the wake of the board meeting.

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Parents Furious After School Teaches Graphic Sex Class ( I Need More Duct Tape)

OK, It’s time we go back to Tar and Feathers. This is insane.    ~Steve~
 —————————————-       H/T Hardnox  ————————
Fox News Radio.     By Todd Starnes
Parents in a small Washington State community are infuriated after their 11-year-old children were given graphic descriptions of oral and anal sex during a sex education class led by an elementary school principal.
Fifth-graders at Onalaska Elementary School were supposed to get a lesson about HIV-AIDS, but the class discussion turned graphic when a child asked about other forms of sexual activity. The principal, who happened to be teaching the class, then told the children about oral and anal sex.
“I’m one pissed off cowboy,” parent James Gilliand told Fox News Radio. “I didn’t appreciate them teaching my daughter – who is innocent of that – at all.”
Gilliland and his wife, Kadra, were among the moms and dads in Onalaska, about 73 miles south of Tacoma, demanding answers from their local school system – and so far – they are still waiting.
“I was just shocked because I trusted my little country school,” Kadra Gilliland told Fox News Radio. “I didn’t think they were going to talk about such things. I trusted by school – that’s the bottom line and they crossed the line.”
School officials did not return calls seeking comment.
However, Superintendent Scott Fenter defended the principal’s action to local media and said that the lesson did not go too far.
“I think the principal handled it appropriately at the time; she only gave factual information, no demonstrations,” Fenter told NWCN.com. “Because in sixth grade they start becoming sexually aware and you’ve got to teach them ahead of time.”
In an interview with Seattle’s Q-13 Fox News, Fenter said the lessons came from “state-adopted curriculum.”
“In reality, she stuck to the curriculum,” he told Seattle’s Q-13 Fox News. “It’s pretty difficult to talk about STDs or sexually transmitted diseases without explaining what that is, or how it’s transmitted.”
Since 1988 Washington State has required some sort of sex education starting in the fifth grade.
“Kids leaving 5th grade and moving into middle school start getting exposed to a lot more information, and we know thats the age where many children start to become sexually active, unfortunately,” Fenter told the Fox affiliate. “And thats a scary thought, (but) that`s the truth.”
Parent Curtis Pannkuk said if that’s the case – the curriculum needs to be changed.
“One of the other parents said it well – they raped the minds of the ten year old, eleven year old kids,” he told Fox News Radio. “Children were traumatized.”
The Pannkuk and Gilliland families said they knew something was wrong when the daughters came home from school. They were quiet and withdrawn.
“You could tell she was embarrassed,” Jean Pannkuk told Fox News Radio. “She didn’t want to have to repeat what had been said. It was really sad to see her struggle with feeling like she was responsible.”
Pannkuk and her husband sat their daughter down and asked her explain what she was taught in the class.
“You take a man’s penis and you put it in your mouth – that’s what the girls do to the boys,” their daughter told the couple. “The boys spread the girls legs apart and put their mouths down on the vaginas.”
Pannkuk said he became enraged as his 11-year-old daughter recounted what the principal had told the classroom.
Rest of this crap  HERE!!!

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Sexpert says schools should teach teens about "pleasurable moaning"

A so-called sex expert (“sex educator, writer, speaker, consultant”) named Cory Silverberg extolls masturbation as “the cornerstone of sexual health” and says sex ed in schools should include instructions on “pleasurable moaning.”

“Sex educator” Cory Silverberg: Would you want this man near your children?

Peter Baklinski reports for LifeSiteNews, May 1, 2012, that Silverberg told the Star last week that sex education in schools needs to become more graphic and explicit if it is to be relevant to today’s generation of kids.
Cory Silverberg, a sex educator from Toronto, told the Star’s Ann Douglas, “Teenagers need to know what pleasure looks and sounds like — pleasurable moaning, asking for more — in order to be sure that a partner is providing enthusiastic consent to sex.”
Silverberg suggested that conversations about pornography should become part of an updated sex ed curriculum: not to warn children of the dangers, backed by research, that are inherent in the use of pornography, but to make children aware of the “stereotypical views about how men and women should interact sexually.”
Silverberg also want parents to talk to their teens about “pleasurable moaning,”  so that the teens will be able to interpret the “pleasurable moaning” of an intoxicated or passed out sexual partner as a sign of sexual consent. “Can you really speak up for yourself if you’ve had so much to drink you’re completely passive or passed out, for instance? People need to be sure that their partners are actually saying yes.”
Silverberg is the same “sexpert” who is is about to publish a children’s book, aimed at children from pre-school through 8-years-old, which portrays the dozens of alternative methods that can be used to create a new human life (about 30 according to the author). The book will also be accompanied by a teacher’s resource to assist its implementation in a school setting.
In discussing the book, Silverberg disparages traditional stories that tell what he calls a “nice story (mommy + daddy + intercourse = you!)” adding, “more and more of us are acknowledging the help we get to bring children into our lives. That help might be a doctor, fertility clinic, adoption or foster agency; it might be a turkey baster and a friend; it might be a sperm donor or a surrogate.”

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Education: Psychopaths are in Charge


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XXX-rated Planned Parenthood Sex Curriculum in Schools

This is beyond disgusting.  It’s sick, twisted and evil.  It’s curriculum that has been “taught” to our children, approved by school boards and funded by tax dollars for many years. 
Warning Extreme Eye Bleach Alert!  Graphic Content

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Roe v. Wade Spawned New Industry

This is a companion to Dr. Eowyn’s previous post entitled Aborted Human Fetal Cells in Your Food, Vaccines and Cosmetics that lists corporations involved with the use of fetal cells.  After reading that eyeopener, I did further research.  This video is based on information found in a 2010 article on medical ethics entitled “Commercial Markets Created by Abortion.
Price List       Back Page of Brochure
72 page doctoral thesis on which the article, “Commercial Markets Created by Abortion” is online with searchable links:  https://o.b5z.net/i/u/10060511/f/Licentiate_Thesis_PDF1.pdf
Other articles on the Fellowship of Minds have more detailed information about the education establshment’s goal to sexualize  little children. See The War On Childhood Escalates .

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