'Radical' material exposed

Friday, August 21, 2020
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

student on laptopA consortium of Christian organizations is strongly urging parents to view a documentary today that reveals what children are learning in public school sex education programs.

"Sexxx Ed: Let Parents Decide" is a 30-minute documentary put together by the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) and other Christian organizations concerned about what students are exposed to in school. PJI President Brad Dacus warns that the film is not for minors.

"It exposes the radical, extreme sex education LGBTQ material and the sex acts that it specifically prescribes," he explains. "Everything that parents see in this film is what their children will likely see or have seen in their government public school."

Dacus

The film shows alternative forms of education and options parents, even those who have not been able to afford alternatives before, can take to avoid this exposure.

"Any child in a government school who adopts this program will have a very difficult and highly unlikely probability of maintaining their Christian faith and belief in the scripture," Dacus laments.

This 30-minute documentary, which is free for those who register ahead of time, will stream today from 2:00 pm until 10:00 pm Pacific Time.

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