Sunday, July 23, 2017

Tuesday Sex Education Stand-Off in San Diego

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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Parents are fighting back against the sex education programs being taught to their children.  On Tuesday, July 25, 2017, a confrontation with the San Diego Unified School District school board is on the agenda.

Board of Education | 4100 Normal Street, San Diego, California 92103 | (619) 725-5550
San Diego Unified School District

The material being shown to the children is being described by the parents as being "pornographic" in nature.  In a conversation with a parent today after my radio program, the words "horrified" and "disgusted" were used when discussing the material being shown to pre-teens and early-teens.

One line on the agenda indicates that Planned Parenthood is involved with at least a part of the sex education program being taught to the children in San Diego.

Other organizations behind the sex education:

The curriculum is being provided to children as young as the 6th Grade.  This is nothing new.  Public schools have been pulling this garbage since the sixties.  In the seventies, when I was in the sixth grade, it was mandatory and co-ed.  Most of us didn't pay attention.  The room was full of giggles.  However, the next day there were two instances of students caught in bathrooms "checking each other out."

Isn't this supposed to be something the parents should be teaching?  If there are questions, who gave the schools the authority to be the responder?

Studies have shown that comprehensive sex education increases sexual activity among kids, and
results in an increase in teen pregnancies.  Meanwhile, when funding for sex education decreases, so does pregnancy rates.

There has also been a 62% increase in the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases among young people.

Last May, more than 1,000 people signed a petition objecting to the new sex education curriculum in the San Diego Unified School District.  It took two months before the trustees finally allowed the issue to appear on the agenda for a school board meeting.

“Parents are shocked, “ said Karin De Jauregui, one of several people who spoke against the curriculum. “Parents are appalled by this curriculum. The law states that parents have the ultimate authority in impacting values to their children, not the schools.”
Tuesday will get interesting, no doubt.

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