Anti Fed Ed Warriors, if you grew up in the 1960s, or have studied them, you’ll know that ‘free love’ made the headlines more than once. While CSE (Comprehensive Sexuality Education) as we know it NOW, wasn’t in our classrooms back then. At least not where I grew up. CSE was under the Mom/Dad ‘department’ of our education, not the county’s schools. CSE is what’s found in the National Sex Ed Skills Standards (for K-12th grades).
However, times have changed. CSE has been shoved at us from every direction AND for every age. I recently received an email declaring the month of May as “Sex Ed For All” month. Why? To help usher in the month of June as Pride month, of course.
If your school or district, after school programming, or local libraries and doctors offices don’t already have some form of CSE for your family or children, it’s not too far off in getting there.
Below, is an unrelated image to our CSE topic, HOWEVER, much of CSE is presented via SEL, Social Emotional Learning!
Now, before I get into the sensitive content, I wanted to point out the email I received, wasn’t in the beginning of May, but closer to the middle of May. Again, the focus isn’t so much what May stands for or even June, but a gearing up in readiness FOR the sexuality agenda via education.
Below is a screen shot from the SEC (Sex Ed Collaborative). The 19 groups represent at least 3 regional Planned Parenthood groups, The Univ. of MN, Healthy Teen Network, Eyes Open (IA), MOSH (MI), Teen Health MS, GCAPP (GA), Health Connected, SHIFT NC, WV FREE, Cardea, RSEI (also with Planned Parenthood), Answer, the Institute for Women and Ethnic Studies, Fact Forward (SC), ETR (for teacher training), SIECUS (now known as Sex Ed for Social Change), Advocates for Youth, and, Power to Decide.
Warriors, if you look at this short video from the Sex Ed Collaborative, you’ll see how the current COVID crisis (ie: forcing children to stay home and learn on computers) is impacting teaching ‘quality’ sexual education.
According to this May 2021 article, the entire teaching profession must be brought up to speed on the agenda for using sex education for social changes. What social changes?! The shift is away from parent-led guidance on this most sensitive subject. It’s shifting away from the ‘outdated concepts’ that sex is God-given and should be ‘whatever you feel, with whomever, whenever, and however. As I stated in the opening, if you were in the 60s, you remember this type of attitude. You might have even been to something like Woodstock, where this attitude was seen in action.
Warriors, if you could see the email I received detailing all this, you might be angry, so I won’t show you the pictures embedded. I will, however, share an excerpt, “No matter the regulations in your state or school district, ETR is here to help you select the best science-based health curricula for your community. We have several options that will allow you to customize your classroom experience to teach any of the following topics:
- Healthy relationships and communication skills
- Sexual and reproductive health
- Abstinence or delaying sexual activity
- Birth control and pregnancy prevention
- STI/STD prevention
- LGBTQ+ inclusive and affirming education”
If you’re not sure what ETR does, it’s a non-profit, national group devoted to better health outcomes. When I visited their website the first thing I saw, was the SEL banner. In that image was CASEL, Consortium for Academic, Social, and, Emotional Learning. CASEL is a dastardly CCSS Machine member.
Warriors, please do not misunderstand, we DO need to teach our children wisely about such matters as sex. However, we shouldn’t be globalized about it. We shouldn’t be relying simply on the science based curricula. Why? It’s skewed! How do I know? I’ve met the great childhood sexual abuse protector, Dr. Judith Reisman. Her work was to expose the evil and abusive roots of child sex abuse conducted in the name of science by Dr. Alfred Kinsey. His group was filled with known child predators. These people’s ‘findings’ (manipulated results) were taken as ‘gospel’ and embedded not only in every sexual type of publications since then, but helped to rewrite the American penial codes so that rapists and child predators would have easier punishments! The proof is out there to back all this up. Look for Dr. Judith’s book “Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences”. How does Kinsey tie to all I’ve written for you, today? Kinsey is responsible for the founding of SEICUS (now Sex Ed for Social Change)! It’s also Kinsey, who, according to Good Reads, was responsible for the sex revolution of the 1960s.