Sex-ed with a subversive objective: Making kids activists

Friday, November 20, 2020
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

student with notebook textbookA California-based pro-family group has issued a warning about some teachers who it says are covertly injecting radical sex-ed propaganda into their lessons.

Karen England is executive director of the Capitol Resource Institute in Sacramento. She reports that Advocates for Youth makes its radical sex-education lessons and materials available to public school teachers free of charge and with no copyright restrictions.

"And they work alongside Planned Parenthood and SIECUS [Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States], and they work on comprehensive sex-ed but using that as a way to create activists out of our children," she describes.

Among the sex-ed campaigns sponsored by Advocates for Youth are "AMAZE" (which claims to "take the awkward out of sex ed" by using animated videos to deliver "all the answers [young people] want to know about sex"); and "The Condom Collective" (a program that distributes about one million condoms annually on America's college campuses).

England urges parents to download the curriculum, available via the Advocates for Youth website, to investigate the types of sex-ed lessons being taught to their children.

England

"They're very big on creating kids who will fight for Black Lives Matter, fight for LGBTQ curriculum, everything else in the classroom," she continues. "So, it's not just that they're indoctrinating them with all of these ideas, but they're taking them and organizing them to become activists."

One of the lessons, according to England, teaches students they can be tested and treated for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV without parental consent.

Capitol Resource Institute reports it has submitted an open records request to the more than 900 school districts in the Golden State, asking which specific curriculum is being used currently. The Institute is in the process of compiling those responses, says its website.

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