In CSE, students are no longer taught the science of the reproductive system. Instead, students are exposed to the most explicit and expansive forms of pleasure-based sex education. Instruction includes the right to sexual gratification, pleasure, exploration and experimentation. Masturbation, anal sex, oral sex and abortion are taught. CSE is based on a social movement, not science.
First of all, parents should know their rights. Parents have the right to educate their children according to their own values.
Develop a good relationship with your child’s teacher, so they’ll be receptive to hearing if you have concerns. Insist they let you know ahead of time when sensitive issues will be discussed.
Be proactive in addressing healthy sexuality with your kids. Create a home atmosphere where it’s safe to ask questions.
WHAT IS THE STATUS OF SEX-ED IN UTAH
SET OUR CHILDREN UP FOR SUCCESS, NOT SEXUALITY SNAPSHOT OF WHERE WE ARE TODAY WITH SEX EDUCATION The current Nevada laws concerning sex education are sufficient.
We need laws in place that protect parental rights, allow access to curriculum, and ensure classes are taught by Nevada teachers with no influence of outside special interest groups.
COMPREHENSIVE SEXUALITY DOES NOT SET OUR CHILDREN UP FOR SUCCESS
ENGLAND IS A PRIME EXAMPLE of how increasing sex-education, contraception and abortion simply DOES NOT WORK!
At Duke University, Dr. Monique Chireau presented evidence at the United Nations March 2014.
A study was done in England from 2000 - 2010. England has the highest rates of adolescent pregnancy in Western Europe.
Despite 10 years of intensive efforts using typical prevention strategies including expanding sex education, increasing availability of contraception, increasing access to abortion (without parental consent) the teen birth rate continued to rise at 4% per year.
50% of teenage pregnancies in Britain end in abortion.
GROUPS BEHIND COMPREHENSIVE SEXUALITY EDUCATION
Sexuality education is comprised of a vast network of programs with Planned Parenthood, Advocates for Youth, and SIECUS at its center. These groups claim to provide and use catch phrases such as “comprehensive,” “age appropriate” and “medically accurate” information for the protection and well being of teens. However, their resources, websites, conferences and social media pages show otherwise. They openly promote indoctrinating social ideologies.
These groups also claim to promote “national” standards that are by title only. The Federal Government does not have national standards concerning sex education.
STANDARDS THAT PLANNED PARENTHOOD WANTS ADOPTED BY ALL SCHOOLS
Expanded ways to pleasure yourself even if the philosophy contradicts other faiths and values.
Sexual education starting as early as kindergarten.
Promote access to services and clinics.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD’S SEVEN YEAR PLAN
These progressive groups have followed this pattern in every location they have tried to implement their agenda. They have been successful.
Get community involvement and tie parents up in committee meetings while the program pushes work to get their programs adopted.
Force a community survey. Use the survey to achieve preconceived results.
Change the terminology to soften the message even though the programs are the same: Sex Education, Family Life Education, Human Growth and Development.
Claim compassion on a very small minority.
Create, exaggerate and publicize problems that are small or may not even exist.
Double speak or use the Orwellian language which deliberately disguises, distorts, or reverses the meaning of words. In most cases it is primarily meant to make the truth sound more palatable.
Intentionally make legal threats, draw out meetings and prolong the process to wear down the opposition until they give into their agenda.
SEX EDUCATION BATTLE IN TEMPE, ARIZONA January 9, 2014 LifeSiteNews.com Summary - The Tempe Union High School District brought in Planned Parenthood to present three “Comprehensive sex-ed curriculum” programs. When parents were outraged concerning the materials presented, the TUHSD assured parents that Planned Parenthood’s education director was only serving in an advisory role for the committee and that any sex-ed program recommended would be voted on by the school board and taught by faculty, not Planned Parenthood staff. The superintendent wrote a letter to the parents in order to appease their concerns. However, people on the sex ed committee work with Planned Parenthood.
Tempe, Arizona - Tempe Union High School District Considered Implementing Sex Ed Curriculum Written By Planned Parenthood. Three “Comprehensive, uniform sex-ed curriculum” programs reviewed that are considered free and/or low-cost programs to replace abstinence based programs. The programs were produced by the Seattle and King County, Washington, Schools; International Planned Parenthood Federation; and the Unitarian Universalist Church, respectively.
Family Life and Sexual Health (FLASH) published by Seattle and King County Schools, promotes abortion as a morally neutral option. It teaches that abortion is the most common surgical procedure performed in the United States. It ends nearly 25 percent of all American pregnancies, in contrast to adoption, which occurs in less than one percent of all U.S. pregnancies. It also advises students that most abortion procedures take only 5-10 minutes – the rest of the time spent at the facility is used for paperwork and “rest.” They also teach that abortions performed in the first trimester pose virtually no long-term risk of such problems as infertility, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage or birth defect; there is no association between abortion and breast cancer or any other type of cancer; and abortion does not pose a hazard to women’s mental health.
It’s All One
Our Whole Lives (OWL) - Unitarian Universalist Church - “The discussions, films, role-playing exercises and, yes, even overnight sleepovers covered such sensitive and usually taboo topics as abortion, masturbation, sexual fantasies, incest, rape and gender-reassignment surgery.”
Similarities in all the programs included promotion of promiscuity, abortion, contraceptives, and alternative sexualities such as homosexuality as morally neutral “human rights.” They also use endless amounts of role playing to help them untie their natural modesty so children may see this behavior as normal and acceptable.
SEX EDUCATION BATTLE IN LAYFAYETTE, CALIFORNIA Summary - In Acalanes Union High School District, special interest groups worked their way into the classrooms and Planned Parenthood educators were brought in to teach sex education. The educators promoted explicit sexuality and taught students how to get an abortion without parental notification on the first day. The community was deceived by the intent and ideology of Planned Parenthood and are now fighting to get them out. Direct quotes from students in the Acalanes Union High School District who participated in the sex ed class. (Names have been removed to protect the students.)
“I just want to check...we're supposed to wait to have sex until we're older right? Because they're acting like we should be doing it now."
“I feel like they are encouraging me to have sex.”
“They mentioned abstinence, but made it sound uncool and unrealistic.” -
“The presenter said, "Raise your hand if you really think most kids in high school aren't having sex."
“The lady said that when a condom needs to be put on, girls should ask the guy if she can do it because, "We all know how much boys like us to touch their ___________."
“I think they are teaching us things we shouldn't know about yet (anal sex.)"
“The teacher said that when some kids have sex for the first time it will be heterosexual, but for others it will be homosexual, so everyone should be thinking about that.”
“They made me feel like everyone around me is having sex.”
“The presenter made me feel uncomfortable with the crude way that she talked about sexuality and the jokes she made about something that is serious and sacred.”
“The lady teaching this class is ridiculous! She is acting like we are all having sex, and if we are not then we should be!"
“After the first day, I didn’t want to go anymore.”
“Several times during the lesson the teacher asked us where we can get services for abortions, treatment for STDs, and supplies for sexual activity; and each time she had us repeatedly chant ‘Planned Parenthood.