The future of sex ed has arrived. Is America ready?



By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

Are you ready for your elementary school children to get a diploma in English, math, art, science and sex?  How about sex being a part of the curriculum in every class—history, the sex lives of national leaders.  Math, how many sperm are released by men?  Art—can you draw eight sexually positions—English is the best.  Can you describe at least twenty genders?

“It’s the second meeting of the Informed and In Charge program at Western High School, and today’s activity is called the “sexuality wall.”

The gist is pretty straightforward: At one end of the classroom is a big sheet of paper with “Sexuality?” written in blue marker. “Write down as many different terms regarding sexuality, regarding identity, regarding gender, as you may have heard,” the instructor, Sinai Torrejon, asks the class.

A mix of around 20 students from different grade levels — wearing tank tops and wide-legged pants, ripped jeans and hoodies, false eyelashes and no makeup — grab markers and get to work. They chat among themselves. “I wrote pan — pansexual,” one says. “Asexual means you don’t like nothing, you don’t have those feelings,” explains another.

The students seem calm and comfortable. Though they take the activity seriously, they’re also having fun with it: One of them uses several different markers to write “bisexual” and “lesbian” in letters that look three-dimensional, like they’re popping off the paper. “

Perverts Unite—you can have a job in government schools.  Any wonder our schools are failing academically, kids get more excited by sexual positions than math equations.  Hedonism is the religion being taught in our schools.  Why are you still allowing government to sexually abuse your children?

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The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Citizens Journal

Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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One Response to The future of sex ed has arrived. Is America ready?

  1. Ginny Bryce December 11, 2019 at 10:43 pm

    by UNAIDS, Unicef, UNWomen, World Health Organization
    Some 100+ pages.
    Sex-Ed in Schools is appearing in various states in the U.S., in Australia, UK and many other countries.


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