Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Secret Sex Training of 6th-Graders in Oregon

After officials of the Gervais (Oregon) School District learned that 5% of their female students had become pregnant, they announced a solution: Teachers should give private "safe sex" instruction to students beginning at 6th grade, provide unlimited condoms to kids upon request, and ensure that parents are NOT informed.
Sex education with condom distribution "is great for parents. I'm a parent of four girls. The conversations have started and they will continue -- unfortunately not all of our kids have that support at home."
-- Molly McCargar, Gervais School Board Member
UPDATE 3/17/15: Pornography Belongs in Classroom, More Experts Say

UPDATE 10/17/14: President Obama Pays Pre-teens to Learn Anal Sex in Hawaii

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Predatory Pre-school Girl Forces Oral Sex on Boys

Sex in New Jersey Kindergarten, Nobody Blames Culture

Schools Train 12-year-olds in Oral, Anal Sex

Teen Sex in New York, There's an App for That

School Sexualization Standards by NEA & Abortionists

To these sexual revolutionaries, Sex & Birth Control Go Together Like a Horse & Carriage

Unfortunately, 'Safe Sex' is Fictional - the Government is Losing the War on STDs

-- From "Ore. district OKs giving condoms to sixth-graders" by Saerom Yoo, Salem Statesman Journal 5/29/14

Superintendent Rick Hensel said Tuesday that nine girls in the Gervais School District became pregnant this school year. That means 5 percent of the school district's girls in grades six through 12 became pregnant.

According to the draft minutes from a May 14 meeting, the school board was generally supportive of distributing condoms to students in grades six through 12, but were concerned about the details.

The motion passed unanimously.

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From "Oregon school district OKs teachers giving condoms to sixth graders" by Leezel Tanglao, CBS News 5/29/14

The Gervais School District, which is located about 30 miles south of Portland, has moved forward with a new plan to allow specific teachers to distribute condoms to students who ask for one.

"If they wanted a condom, they would have to meet with a teacher -- a designated teacher, the sex ed teacher, or some of our counselors and maybe some administrators. So there would be designated people for students to have a conversation with and then a condom would be distributed at that time," Gervais School District Superintendent Rick Hensel told CBS News.

The district's total enrollment is a little over 1,000 students across four schools -- one elementary, one middle school, one high school and one alternative school.

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From "Gervais district plans to make condoms available" by Statesman Journal, posted at Blue Mountain Eagle (Grant County) 5/28/14

Teen pregnancy has been a concern for the board since a year ago, when a group of nursing interns from Oregon Health & Science University presented a study on the issue in Gervais.

The nursing students also discovered discrepancies between state law and Gervais School District's sex education curriculum. Oregon requires schools to teach about both abstinence and contraception, but the [study] did not indicate specifically how Gervais strayed from state law.

The presentation also pointed at the lack of access to condoms and information as a problem. Forty-two percent of Gervais High School students surveyed responded that they "never" or "sometimes" use anything to protect themselves from pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.

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From "Condoms to be given to sixth-graders in Gervais" by News Staff, KOIN-TV6 (Portland) 5/28/14

A school district in Marion County will allow some teachers to make condoms available to students as young as sixth-graders next fall.

District officials said whether parents will be notified when a student gets a condom is still under consideration, pointing to students’ constitutionally guaranteed privacy rights, which may prevent parental notification.

. . . the school board said they have not heard from many people who [oppose the condom program].

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Also read President Obama Wants an End to Abstinence Education, Favors Anal Sex

And read America Going to Hell; Christians Lose Convictions