Chicago Public Schools Mandate Sex Ed Classes for Kindergarten Studentsby Steven Ertelt
They are much, much too young to even be thinking about sex and sexual acts at their age are the worst form of pedophilia, but Chicago public schools think little boys and girls in kindergarten are ready for sex ed classes.
From a local report:
Some people may think a five-year old is too young for sex education. Administrators with Chicago Public schools do not.But parents are already up in arms about not only how appropriate the classes are but whether they distract from real education.
New to the curriculum this year, mandatory sexual and health education for kindergarten classes. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker took at look at the lesson the little ones will be learning.
Like every other kindergartner, Angelina Yang is learning reading, writing, arithmetic–and now sexual health education.“The new policy calls for 300 minutes of instruction or about 30 minutes a month,” the report says.
“I want to know what kind of education she is receiving before she gets that education,” said Angelia’s mom, Stella. ‘As a parent, I have a right to know.”
“If he has questions, I’m happy to answer them, but I’m not sure it belongs in a classroom setting,” said parent Brooke Lyon.
North Carolina is also pushing sex education programs on kids and PLanned Parenthood pushes sex ed on 11-year-olds.
ETR Associates—a sex program clearinghouse and offshoot of Planned Parenthood of Santa Cruz—admits on its webpage that a program being taught in North Carolina schools and elsewhere across the nation teaches toward four major “outcome expectancies or behavioral beliefs.” Belief number 4 is described in the ETR overview as “Hedonistic Beliefs.” Hedonistic philosophy places pleasure above everything else—as the greatest good.
Source: LifeSite News