Friday, January 13, 2012

School Sexualization Standards by NEA, Abortionists

A coalition of organizations, including Planned Parenthood and the largest teachers union (National Education Association), has issued a new national sex education curriculum for kindergarten through high school designed to guide children toward sexual activity, glorify homosexuality, and end all abstinence-based sex education.

For background, read Abstinence Education Yields Lowest Teen Birth Rate Ever and also read Feds Fund Homosexualists' School Training as well as Planned Parenthood Lures Teen clients via Texting in addition, read Planned Parenthood's Sexual Assault on Kids

UPDATE 1/18/12: Details and motivations of the sexual indoctrinators' plans (opinion)

UPDATE 8/16/12: Planned Parenthood's Oral Sex Push Bad According to Federal Government Report

UPDATE 2/6/12 - Planned Parenthood's Business Model: Hooking Kids on Sex (Warning: Sexually graphic video)

-- From "Sex education standards encourage teaching of sexual identity, anti-bullying in schools" by Kimberly Hefling, Associated Press 1/9/12

Young elementary school students should use the proper names for body parts and, by the end of fifth grade, know that sexual orientation is “the romantic attraction of an individual to someone of the same gender or a different gender,” according to new sexual education guidelines released Monday by a coalition of health and education groups.

By presenting minimum standards that schools can use to formulate school curriculums for each age level, the groups hope that schools can build a sequential foundation that in the long term will better help teens as they grow into adults.

Despite awareness of bullying, for example, Debra Hauser, president of Advocates for Youth, one of the groups involved with creating the standards, said some schools don’t address it — or at least not in relation to sexual orientation or gender identity, which is where she said a lot of the bullying occurs.

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From "Sex-ed advocates launch ‘Future of Sex Education’ project, propose national sex-ed standards" by Marcos Restrepo, The American Independent 1/11/12

Advocates for Youth, along with staff from Answer and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), launched the “The Future of Sex Education” project and drafted “a strategic framework” to develop the sexuality education standards in public schools.

The Future of Sex Education project includes “Envisioning the Future of Sex Education,” a “tool kit” “limited to Pre-K through Grade 12 public school students and all of the adults involved in providing sexuality education in this setting: school administrators, teachers, educators, parents, and others.”

According to Education Week, when the the Future of Sex Education Initiative “was conceived, the hope was that federal spending on abstinence-only sexual education would eventually be extinguished (which isn’t yet the case ) and something would be needed to teach sexuality, comprehensively.”

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From "Brand new ‘guidelines’ pushing radical, explicit sex ed agenda on schools nationwide" by Christine Dhanagom, 1/12/12

The guidelines, published Monday in the Journal of School Health, were authored by the American Association of Health Education, the American School Health Association, the National Education Association – Health Information Network, the Society of State Leaders of Health and Physical Education, Advocates for Youth, Answer, and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States.

While the document does not say what organizations were represented at the meeting, the “advisory committee” and list of “additional reviewers” includes two representatives from Planned Parenthood, a representative from Planned Parenthood’s former research arm, the Guttmacher Institute, and the director of training and curriculum development for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.

The 6th – 8th grade curriculum calls for an explanation of the correct way to use a condom and an analysis of “external influences that have an impact on one’s attitudes about gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity.”

By the end of 12th grade, the curriculum prescribes that students should be able to “differentiate between biological sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression.”

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Also read Kids Choose Porn as Better Teacher than School