On Fox News today, Todd Starnes reported that a Kansas father said he was shocked after he discovered his 13-year-old daughter’s health curriculum included references to vaginal intercourse, anal sex, and touching each other’s genitals. The above poster was photographed by the girl and shown to her parents. In case you can’t read it, it says:
“How do people express their sexual feelings?
Oral sex Hugging
Sexual fantasy Touching each other’s genitals
Anal sex Vaginal intercourse
Massage Saying “I like you”
Cuddling on the couch
Todd said, “It takes a special kind of stupid to teach children that vaginal sex and anal are examples of an abstinence-based curriculum.”
You can read the whole story at:
World Net Daily (WND) also ran a story from Breitbart on the same incident. You can read it at:
I noted a couple of interesting comments, one on the Breitbart website and the other at WND:
The idea behind home schooling is to pull your kids out of Government Programming Hubs. They produce illiterate chimps incapable of critical thinking, void of any real life skill other than setting up and iphone or finding out which show about gay lifestyle to watch on the Bravo channel. Should you want to raise a littler of ill-informed, entitled, clueless neophytes destined for a life of servitude and obscurity, feel free to leave them in these idiot processing centers.
Time for Christian parents to wake up and stop pretending their children’s school is different. If you are certain your kids are exceptional enough to overcome the steady drumbeat of conformity, and you don’t mind them being coarsened by daily exposure to a god-hating, perversion-glorifying culture, then maybe you can justify keeping your kids in government schools. But sadly, most children will be conformed to the world’s ways, their salt will have no savor, and they will be trampled underfoot.
Homeschooling is a lot easier than fighting an entrenched system that seeks to hungrily devour children, and the successes of homeschooling speak much louder than the shrill advocacy of/for government schools.