Hello class, please welcome a Planned Parenthood 'pleasure activist'

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

A controversial sex education instruction is being debated in the California legislature, and in the school district itself, in the midst of parental outrage. 

Alcalanes Union High School has been criticized for bringing in Planned Parenthood workers who are presenting explicit sexual content to students.

Dacus, Brad (PJI)One of the workers describes herself as a "pleasure activist" and another leads "pleasure workshops," says Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute.

He says the California legislature is now debating a bill to give parents greater control over such workshops.  

The bill "would require written parental consent for outside groups that present sex education in public schools," he tells OneNewsNow.

A news story from last year reported that some parents were upset but downplayed the controversy. The school principal said the curriculum was approved and used for several years, and parents were legally notified.

"I was very pleased with the professionalism," the principal told the Contra Costa Times

Dacus and PJI reported in January that it demanded the names of the instructors, learning that one of them "leads 'pleasure workshops'" for a sex toy porn shop. The second person was an "education manager" for Planned Parenthood who attended a pornography conference for her "continuing education." 

Dacus told OneNewsNow last November that Alcalanes students went through a "sex checklist" and were quizzed using a "Gingerbread Person" about their sexual identity, including if they are "two spirit" or "bi-gender." 

Dacus says other states are not addressing this because it hasn't become a problem for them - yet. He points out that what happens in California, including in its public schools, often spreads across the country. 

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