Tuesday, October 25, 2011

NY Schools To Teach Sex Performance Techniques

New York City school children as young as 11-years-old could soon be learning sex education from workbooks that include instruction on “mutual masturbation, French kissing, oral and anal sex,” and “intercourse using a condom and an oil-based lubricant.”

For background, read Condom Training Mandated for New York City Schools

UPDATE 10/25/11: Discussion of parental rights & appropriateness of the curriculum

UPDATE 11/16/11: New York Times glorifies sexualization of children, and shows how it's done

-- From "NYC Defends Graphic Sex-Ed Classes" by Todd Starnes, FOX News 10/23/11

The revelations were uncovered in “recommended” workbooks reviewed exclusively by The New York Post.

Sex education will become mandatory in New York City middle and high schools next year. Students will be required to take one semester of sex education in sixth or seventh grades and one in ninth or tenth grades.

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From "Parent furor at bawdy sex ed" by Susan Edelman, New York Post 10/24/11

Workbooks reviewed by The Post include the following assignments:

* High-school students go to stores and jot down condom brands, prices and features such as lubrication.

* Teens research a route from school to a clinic that provides birth control and STD tests, and write down its confidentiality policy.

* Kids ages 11 and 12 sort “risk cards” to rate the safety of various activities, including "intercourse using a condom and an oil-based lubricant," mutual masturbation, French kissing, oral sex and anal sex.

* Teens are referred to resources such as Columbia University’s Web site Go Ask Alice, which explores topics like “doggie-style” and other positions, “sadomasochistic sex play,” phone sex, oral sex with braces, fetishes, porn stars, vibrators and bestiality.

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From "Some upset at New York sex education" by Logan Burruss, CNN 10/25/11

"Abstinence is a very important part of the curriculum," Department of Education Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott said in a statement Monday. "But we also have a responsibility to ensure that teenagers who are choosing to have sex understand the potential consequences of their actions."

"We have a responsibility, when you have an out of wedlock birthrate and a sexually transmitted disease rate that we have in this city, to try to do something about it," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday. "Shame on us if we don't."

The NYC Parents' Choice Coalition has a different attitude on the matter, expressed on their website by the motto, "Taking a stand against the NYC sex ed mandate."

The group is urging parents to opt their children out of sexual education classes and demand that a more abstinence driven alternative be taught instead.

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From "Parents’ Group Wants ‘Equal Billing’ For Abstinence Programs In New NYC Sex Education Curriculum" posted at CBS TV-2 New York 10/24/11

[Michael Benjamin, the Executive Director of the New York City Parents’ Choice Coalition, said] “In a sense, they’re encouraging children to explore their sexuality.”

“If you’re going to have a curriculum that is based on having sex…then give abstinence equal billing,” said Brooklyn parent Sylvia Laughlin.

Rev. Michael Faulker said the city program pushes kids to have sex.

“I think that anything that you focus on the most is where you’re going to find the results. If you talk about not having sex and you show kids how to have sex, they’re going to have sex,” Faulkner said.

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From "New York's outrageous sex ed for kids" by Catholic Online 10/25/11

The New York City Department of Health is advertising a position to hire a "Condom Coordinator" at a salary of more than $80,000 per year. The job will likely include the distribution of condoms to children.

. . . teaching kids as young as 11 about such topics (topics that should really be taught at home and in church) will "normalize" the behavior and teach children that promiscuous sexual activity is okay as long as they use "protection" and know how to get free services from confidential clinics; services from clinics that could include abortion.

As with most such curriculums, there will likely be a feature that allows parents to opt their children out of at least the more objectionable parts of the curriculum. However, simply opting a child out when the dominant culture becomes one of promiscuity, can make navigating the moral and physical pitfalls of the teenage years far more dangerous--with lifelong implications for what can quickly become an unlucky majority.

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