Sunday, May 31, 2015

Pre-teens' Sex Lives Tracked by Feds via Schools

First established in 1991, the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) administered by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has morphed into a totalitarian's fantasy of child sexualization enabled by public schools across America.
“Adolescence is an inherently risky time. They are stretching their wings.”
-- Dr. Stephanie Zaza, director of the CDC division of adolescent and school health
For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Students Must Divulge Sex History for Obama Administration

Gay Teachers Indoctrinate 8-year-olds in North Carolina

Lesbian Seminar Teaching Kids How to be Homosexual

Lesbianism Taught at Middle School as Anti-Bullying

Oregon Trains Pre-teens in Masturbation, Anal Sex

Sexual Consent for Kindergartners, Demand California Feminists

President Obama Pays Pre-teens to Learn Anal Sex in Hawaii

Also read Public Boarding Schools Proposed by Obama Administration

-- From "Parents say students need counseling after school administered survey" posted at WFXT-TV25 (Boston, MA) 5/6/15

Parents say they're "shocked" by the kinds of questions on a Youth Risk Behavior Survey distributed by the (Massachusetts) Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and they are supporting a bill to make sure schools have parents' written permission before kids take them.

During the Education Committee hearing, one lawmaker compared the questions to what he saw under communism.

"This is what they give at the communist country I just came from," said Rep. Rady Mom, a Democrat from Lowell (Massachusetts).

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "2015 Middle School Youth Risk Behavior Survey" of Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, U.S. HHS CDC

[Excerpted questions:]

A transgender person is someone whose biological sex at birth does not match the way they think or feel about themselves. Are you transgender?

Have you ever had sexual intercourse (oral, anal, vaginal)?

How old were you when you had sexual intercourse (oral, anal, vaginal) for the first time?

During your life, with how many people have you had sexual intercourse (oral, anal, vaginal)?

During the past 3 months, with how many people did you have sexual intercourse (oral, anal, vaginal)?

Did you drink alcohol or use drugs before you had sexual intercourse (oral, anal, vaginal) the last time?

The last time you had sexual intercourse (oral, anal, vaginal), did you or your partner use a condom?

During your life, with whom have you had sexual contact?

How many times have you been pregnant or gotten someone pregnant?

To read the entire survey above (from the CDC website), CLICK HERE.

From "Methodology of the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System — 2013" of Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, U.S. HHS CDC

The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), established in 1991, monitors . . . sexual behaviors that contribute to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, other sexually transmitted diseases, and unintended pregnancy . . .

. . . YRBSS continues to evolve to meet the needs of CDC and other data users through the ongoing revision of the questionnaire, the addition of new populations, and the development of innovative methods for data collection.

To read the entire document above (from the CDC website), CLICK HERE.

From "Littleton school officials react to Youth Risk Survey" by John Lance, Littleton Independent (Littleton, MA) 5/20/15

High school and middle school staff laid out plans for responding to the results of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey conducted by Emerson Hospital at the Littleton School Committee’s May 14 meeting.

Every other year, Emerson Hospital partners with Littleton and surrounding school districts to conduct the Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Sixth-graders, eighth-graders, and high school students provide feedback on various activities, such as alcohol and drug use, stress, sleep and eating patterns, sexual behavior, and other risk behaviors.

Recently, the results of the 2014 survey were delivered to the Littleton School Committee.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Schools ask 12-year-olds if they've had sex of all kinds" by Leo Hohmann, World Net Daily 5/17/15

The main reason the surveys are given is to create misleading “statistics” that are used by radical groups from Planned Parenthood to LGBT groups, which use the data to persuade politicians to give more taxpayer money to their organizations – and let them into schools to help solve the “huge” problems that the surveys reveal, according to Mass Resistance, which has filed a bill in the Massachusetts Legislature requiring written permission from a parent and requiring schools to show the surveys to parents before subjecting students to them.

“It is a very emotional appeal, and millions of dollars are budgeted on the basis of these very questionable surveys,” the group says on its website.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "The case for starting sex education in kindergarten" by Saskia de Melker, posted at PBS Newshour 5/27/15

Welcome to “Spring Fever” week in primary schools across the Netherlands, the week of focused sex ed classes… for 4-year olds.

Of course, it’s not just for 4-year-olds. Eight-year-olds learn about self-image and gender stereotypes. 11-year-olds discuss sexual orientation and contraceptive options. But in the Netherlands, the approach, known as “comprehensive sex education,” starts as early as age 4.

Lessons like this are designed to get kids thinking and talking about the kind of intimacy that feels good and the kind that doesn’t. Other early lessons focus on body awareness. For example, students draw boys’ and girls’ bodies, tell stories about friends taking a bath together, and discuss who likes doing that and who doesn’t. By age seven, students are expected to be able to properly name body parts including genitals. They also learn about different types of families, what it means to be a good friend, and that a baby grows in a mother’s womb.

By law, all primary school students in the Netherlands must receive some form of sexuality education. The system allows for flexibility in how it’s taught. But it must address certain core principles — among them, sexual diversity and sexual assertiveness. That means encouraging respect for all sexual preferences . . .

The Dutch approach to sex ed has garnered international attention, largely because the Netherlands boasts some of the best outcomes when it comes to teen sexual health. . . . Researchers found that among 12 to 25 year olds in the Netherlands, most say they had  “wanted and fun” first sexual experiences. By comparison, 66 percent of sexually active American teens surveyed said they wished that they had waited longer to have sex for the first time. . . .

A 2008 United Nations report found that comprehensive sex ed, when taught effectively, allows young people to “explore their attitudes and values, and to practice the decision-making and other life skills they will need to be able to make informed choices about their sexual lives.” . . .

In [America], the tide is shifting toward an approach closer to that of the Dutch. Two of the largest school districts in the country — Chicago Public Schools and Florida’s Broward County — have recently mandated sex education for elementary school students. Chicago Public Schools requires at least 300 minutes a year of sex education for kindergarten through fourth grade students and twice as much time for fifth through twelfth graders. In the fall of 2015,  schools in Broward County will teach sex education at least once a year in every grade, and the curriculum will include information about topics like body image, sexting and social media.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Abstinence Education Illegal in California, Judge Rules

And, click headlines below to read the results of sexualization in public schools:

Sexting Epidemic: Indiana & Illinois Schools, Police Say

Teens Jailed for Child Porn Group Sex Video in Illinois

Teen Students Learn to Produce & Distribute Child Pornography

Arrested Wisconsin Preteens Threw Sex Party, Filmed It

Police Expose Colorado Students Sexting, Say Parents are Ignorant

Also read Education Experts Say: Relax Parents, Sexting is Simply How Kids Flirt Today

Not only that, but Education Experts Say that Pornography Belongs in the Classroom

In addition, read Homosexual Pedophile Teacher Says Child Porn OK to View