Wednesday, December 10, 2014

San Fran. Parents Want Abortionists Out of School

San Francisco Bay Area parents, along with their lawyers, are petitioning the Acalanes Union High School District in Lafayette, California to break its teaching contract with Planned Parenthood.  The parents say the school should not pay abortionists to sexualize their 13-year-old children with “Sex Check! Are You Ready For Sex?” worksheets urging kids to ask each other, “Do you want to go back to my place?” and “Is it OK if I take my pants off?”
"This [sex education] is nothing but a sales meeting. They're accessing students to find present and future [Planned Parenthood] clients without parents understanding what is going on in the classroom."
-- Camille Giglio, taxpaying resident of Walnut Creek, CA
UPDATE 2/7/15: Acalanes Parents Expose Sex Worker Abortionist Teachers

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Abortionist in Massachusetts School Opposed by Parents

Oregon Parents Want Obama-paid Abortionist out of School

Oregon Trains Pre-teens in Masturbation, Anal Sex

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

Texas School Trains 12-year-olds in Oral, Anal Sex

Also read how Planned Parenthood teams up with schools by providing "kinky sex trainers" for kids across America.

-- From "Sex education battle erupts in Lafayette" by Jana Katsuyama, Reporter, KTVU-TV2 (Oakland, CA) 11/6/14

The controversy stems from a parent of an Acalanes High School student who objected to the sex education program presented by Planned Parenthood.

The school says parents are notified in advance and allowed to opt out, but the parent Robin Longchamps says the district did not provide enough information.

Emily Poon, a college student from Pleasant Hill, was joined by about a dozen other college students who showed up carrying signs opposing Planned Parenthood.

"They have school nurses here that could do the job [of teaching sex ed]," Poon said.

Planned Parenthood says their curriculum does not include abortion, but they do address it if a student raises the question.

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From "Critics want Planned Parenthood out of Acalanes High School" by Jennifer Baires, Contra Costa Times 11/04/14

"Our board has long supported comprehensive sexual health and HIV/AID prevention," [Superintendent John] Nickerson said. "Planned Parenthood has been utilized as a consultant for well over 10 years in some of our schools."

"We have to give 10 days notice of what we're going to be teaching when it comes to this unit, and that information was provided ahead of time with the topics that would be covered," [Acalanes Principal Allison Silvestri] said. "The instructor followed ed. code and the curriculum we had agreed upon," she added. "I was very pleased with the professionalism."

Nickerson and Silvestri both said it is common practice to contract this curriculum out with Planned Parenthood because their people are more up-to-date than instructors at the school, and are often more comfortable talking with teenagers about the subject matter.

"It's a divisive issue and the school principal and superintendent and school board should have known better than to have (Planned Parenthood) come in exclusively," said Giglio, calling it a "pro-choice organization." "There are plenty of other organizations they could have asked."

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Planned Parenthood's Gay Agenda genderbread chart
From "Parents angry after school tells 13-year-olds they can have sex, choose gender" by Perry Chiaramonte, 12/10/14

“[Parents] are very concerned,” Brad Dacus, president of the Pacific Justice Institute, a non-profit legal organization that is assisting the concerned parents, told “Planned Parenthood is not exactly the best when it comes to putting young people first.

They were also taught about gender identity with the “Genderbread Person,” a play on the name of the holiday cookie, to teach them on how to identify themselves as either, “agender,” “bigender,” and “two spirit” to name a few.

“Our daughter took this course two years ago, after being provided the opportunity to opt out of the class,” John Lyons, whose two children attend AHS, told “The opt-out form provided a handful of bullet points about what the course would cover. After completing the course, it was apparent that some of what was ‘taught’ went beyond what was represented on the opt-out form. This is disappointing to us, because we are actually strong supporters of teen sex education in a peer environment to complement our home-based discussions.”

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From "School Stirs Controversy with 'Genderbread,' Sex Checklists" by Brad Dacus, posted at Standard Newswire 12/8/14

Parents of freshmen at Acalanes High School [AHS] in Lafayette started asking questions after students began reporting disturbing behavior in a sex ed class at the school.  Students reported that instructors threw a model of female reproductive organs at a student and that the instruction left them feeling pressured to have sex.  The parents eventually obtained documents from the school district that confirmed their fears and indicate that some of the instruction may have been illegal.

Pacific Justice Institute has begun working with the parents in Lafayette.  PJI sent a letter to the district on Nov. 24 raising "serious concerns" as to the legality of the program and included requests for public records.  The district briefly responded Dec. 4 to insist that it needed an additional two weeks to locate the records.

Meanwhile, parents have collected more than 100 signatures on a petition and are working to educate the school community about what is happening behind closed doors at AHS.  To date, the district and AHS principal have resisted calls to pull the program, which is scheduled to start back up in January.  A number of parents are expected to speak out about the program at a Dec. 10 school board meeting.

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Also read Abortionists' Sex Ed Banned from Louisiana Schools