California Adds Gross Sex Ed Class for Kindergarten


Sodom and Gomorrah and California. That’s what I call three of a kind. The first two have nothing on California. The California B0oard of Education has sent out guidance to schools to start teaching gender identity to Kindergarten students.

Haven’t they seceded from the country yet? Quit stalling and git ‘er done, Cali. I guess they want to start messing up people’s lives at an earlier age. Kindergarten kids are not savvy enough to understand transgenders. But, then again, neither do I at age 63.  Teachers are encouraged to allow the 4 and 5-year-old kids to identify as transgender.

From The Conservative Tribune

The document consists of more than 700 pages and includes guidelines on a variety of health-related issues, but the most heinous guidelines are related to sex education.

“The goal is not to cause confusion about the gender of the child but to develop an awareness that other expressions exist,” the document states.

The original draft of the guidelines recommended that high school students should read a book titled “S.E.X.: The All-You-Need-to-Know Sexuality Guide to Get You Through Your Teens and Twenties.” The book “includes descriptions of anal sex, bondage and other sexual activity,” according to CBS News.

The state-approved document includes extremely explicit scenarios: “Two students are at a party. One asks the other for oral sex,” and “Daughter asks mom if she will take her to get birth control. Mom replies, ‘Why do you want birth control? Are you having sex?’”

Other material in the guidance includes teaching middle-school students about masturbation and giving teenagers LGBT-friendly relationship tips.

 

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