New Sex Ed ‘Common Core’ Would Force Explicit Images, Gender Mayhem, And Abortion On Kids by Nick Bell
by Nick Bell
October 12, 2021
Absent parent pushback, an updated guide used in public schools nationwide will promote abortion and gender confusion and expose kids to sordid, explicit sex education.
This article contains adult-level information about sex and genitals.
Last year, three leftist nonprofits created the National Sex Education Standards, a blueprint for the “sex education” of K-12 children. In practice, the standards serve as an indoctrination camp in extremist sexual ethics designed to destroy children’s innocence and undermine their attachment to the traditional, Judeo-Christian understanding of sex and marriage.
… The new standards are radically more extreme.
The 2020 standards unequivocally endorse abortion at any time, teach the topic starting in sixth grade, and even force teachers to provide information on local abortion clinics to students in ninth grade.
The standards also insist that children must be allowed to choose their own gender and false pronouns must “be respected by the adults in their lives.”
Kindergartners learn about gender identity, and third graders learn that gender is on a spectrum, about “the role of hormone blockers” for transgender youth, and how to “explain” masturbation.
Sixth graders — ages eleven and twelve — must define oral, anal, and vaginal sex as well as the benefits of withdrawing one’s penis before ejaculation during intercourse and how to use dental dams during oral sex.
New Standards Even More Deranged
The 2020 version is different from the 2011 version as explained in the standards:
….The new standards have entire sections in their “Guiding Principles” section devoted to “Social, Racial, and Reproductive Justice and Equity,” “Intersectionality,” and “Language Inclusivity.” They boast that “the updated NSES (Standards) calls attention to overt and covert discrimination.”
Disturbingly, the standards directly defy parental authority: “No one else is qualified to label or judge another person’s sexual identity, including their sexual orientation or gender identity, and it is important that the language and terms young people use to identify themselves is respected by the adults in their lives.”
…Another lesson, designed for children in eighth grade, implicitly encourages anal and oral sex by claiming the only way to prevent pregnancy is “no penis-in-vagina sex” and that getting an STD is “nothing to be embarrassed about.”
A sixth-grade class claims the touching of breasts or genitals “inside clothes” “may be” considered abstinence. The same class contains a card game asking whether various acts, like “oral sex (mouth on genitals),” “anal sex (penis to anus),” and “ touching breasts (inside clothes)” are considered abstinence.
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