School breaks law in pressuring students on sexual questions

Friday, February 13, 2015
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

A California high school is back at promoting a sexual agenda without parental consent. This time the school allowed students to be shamed for opposing the LGBT lifestyle.

Last November, Acalanes High School in Lafayette, California, upset parents when they invited Planned Parenthood into the classroom to ask 13-year-olds if they were ready for sex. Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute says now members of the Queer Straight Alliance are bullying students in the classroom.

Dacus, Brad (PJI)“They actually had the audacity to draw a line and say, Okay, students who are in favor of this lifestyle step forward,” he explains. “This was a blatant attempt to try to isolate students who had a Christian worldview.”

He says once again the conduct at Alcanes High School violates state and federal laws.

“For some reason this high school just doesn’t get it,” he tells OneNewsNow. “They don’t seem to understand that in addition to state laws, there are also federal laws that address the concept of surveying students on questions involving sex, morality, family life or religion without the express written consent of parents.”

Dacus says if this matter cannot be resolved in an administrative manner, the Pacific Justice Institute will not hesitate to seek recourse through the courts.

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