When I started this project I wondered if I’d have enough material to make a post everyday. But the institution is so polluted, so corrupt, so far gone that a day’s news, from just my few sources, gives me plenty to choose from. Let me just say that the monster that you call your “school” is very sick.
So here we have an article from the good folks at “The Federalist Papers”:
A new sex education bill in Massachusetts teaches sixth graders about anal sex, oral sex and the benefits of placing “non-microwavable saran wrap” over the “vulva or anus” during sex. Liberals are trying to hide the details of the bill by calling it a “Healthy Youth” act, but SB2048 mandates curriculum that would make even a sailor blush… EAGNews is reporting that the Massachusetts Family Institute is trying to get the word out about what is being taught to 11- and 12-year-olds.
“When the average legislator sees this till, it seems innocuous enough, but it involves some pretty obscene stuff,” said Andrew Beckwith, president of the Massachusetts Family Institute, which will lobby against the bill in the state House in January, following the legislature’s holiday recess.
The article gives a rundown of a few of the things that they have in store for your child. And of course, there’s the butchers at planned parenthood, always at the ready and right in the midst of it.
One sex education guide getting the thumbs up from the state is titled, “Get Real: Comprehensive Sex Education That Works,” published by Planned Parenthood. Here are a few examples of its lessons:
One explains that a dental dam is “placed over the vulva or anus during oral sex. It says people can also use non-microwavable saran wrap.”
Another describes a scenario where “Brittany’s girlfriend wants to have oral sex with her. Brittany really likes her girlfriend, and her friends say that having oral sex will bring them closer together.”
There doesn’t seem to be much of an emphasis on saying “no.” That’s because, according to many experts, “comprehensive sex education” is built on the presumption that all teens will have sex, and there is nothing morally objectionable about it.
Is this what you want for your sixth grader? It wasn’t that long ago the state would have taken your child away from you for exposing him to this sort of debauchery. Now the state is involved in the same thing. Now it’s up to you to save and rescue your child. Just do it!