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Progress: Schools Teaching Your 10 Year Old Child About Anal Sex

July 14, 2010

My latest posty at David Horowitz’s NewsReal:

Funny, but I always thought that schools should focus on teaching our children subjects like reading, writing and math. Not so, evidently! That’s for fuddy-duddy, old school philistines. Nowadays, with that thing called Progress and hopeandchange ™, our children are being taught about things like oral and anal sex and ‘fisting’. Often under the guise of abstinence programs and without the consent, or even the knowledge of, their parents.

Montana is just the latest example of where this dangerous sexploitation of your children is occurring. Included in their new proposed “health” curriculum:

By fifth grade, they are taught there are several types of intercourse, and by the sixth grade, the draft document states that students should, “Understand that sexual intercourse includes but is not limited to vaginal, oral, or anal penetration; using the penis, fingers, tongue or objects.”

Fifth grade. That is ten and eleven year olds. Sixth grade, eleven and twelve year olds. I’m far from a prude, but I don’t care to discuss anal penetration with objects and, in fact, run screeching from my computer screen when sent to Urban Dictionary and coming across such a topic. Yet, our ten year old children are supposed to be able to handle such discussions? Worse, people think that they should have such discussions?

In Kindergarten, the new curriculum proposes that those five and six year olds know the proper terminology for body parts, such as penis, scrotum and testicles. You see, it’s far more important that they don’t use the word “pee-pee” and that they are sexually knowledgeable and empowered, at age five, than that they know how to spell their own names and count to 20.

I suppose this shouldn’t be surprising since the Obama appointed “Safe School Czar”, Kevin Jennings, promoted fisting to fourteen year olds. Of course, if you disagree with Jennings, you must be a prudish homophobe. Don’t agree with the sexualization of your children and the left’s Anti-Child agenda? You are so old school and oppressive!  Try a super cool and “empowering” demonstration of oral sex, for high school students, instead! That’s what happened in Tennessee earlier this year. Guess what? This was allegedly an abstinence program:

“It took me by surprise,” Rodrick Glover told The Tennessean. “My daughter thought it was pornography.”

“The sex-education policy says nothing about comprehensive sex,” he told the newspaper. “I am OK with the written policy with an emphasis on abstinence. How far can they go with this?”

There’s the rub; some programs are operating under the guise of being abstinence programs when they are anything but. At  Hillsboro High School in Nashville, Tennessee, for example, the high school seniors were given an actual demonstration of oral sex using anatomically correct models:

Teenagers at a Nashville public high school were given AIDS tests without their parents consent and reportedly shown how to perform oral sex – and now at least one parent is demanding answers.

The Hillsboro High School seniors were attending an eight-hour leadership class when representatives from an AIDS education organization demonstrating oral sex on anatomical models.

An actual abstinence-only program should, you know, teach abstinence. It shouldn’t teach children an “out” via alternate forms of sexual acts which, unfortunately, have convinced young people that sexual acts are not actually sexual acts.

Most young adults agree penile-vaginal intercourse is sex, but less than one in five think that oral-genital contact counts as “having sex,” according to a 2007 survey of undergraduate college students.

This attitude toward oral sex represents a dramatic and sudden shift in thinking since 1991, when a similar survey found that nearly twice as many young adults (about 40%) would classify oral-genital contact as sex.

Researchers point to former President Clinton’s infamous statement, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman,” as the pivotal turning point in society’s changing views about oral sex. The attitude shift has been dubbed the “Clinton-Lewinsky” effect.

It’s not just the Clinton-Lewinsky effect; it’s also what is being taught in our schools and a symptom of what has been happening in our society for decades. The sexualization of our children has resulted in many not only trying to turn children into little adults, but to also turn them into trampy versions of themselves.

By the Left’s redefining of words and by their allowing their agendas to drive absolutely everything, they are exploiting our children, dehumanizing them and putting them in danger.  They’ve already lost their Racist ™ card due to overuse; the scanner no longer works. They’ve lost their Sexist/Feminist card due to the fact that they’ve been exposed as Femisogynists. Now, they need to lose their For The Children card.  They do not care about children; in fact, they merely use them to further their own agendas. There is no clearer evidence than this: anal sex education. At age ten.

I’d wait around for their responses and pathetic attempts at justification, but I’m busily trying to raise a daughter who respects herself and makes smart decisions. And who is allowed to be a seven year old child. Sans thong and sans “sexual empowering knowledge” and, instead, worried more about which Betsy-Tacy book she will read next and what time her friend Will, whose “pee-pee ” she neither cares nor knows anything about, will be out to ride bikes with her.

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Originally posted at NewsReal

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10 Comments leave one →
  1. Dixibehr permalink
    July 14, 2010 10:24 am

    You’d be surprised how many teenagers (and apparently even adults) think that oral sex isn’t real sex.

    I don’t pretend to know what age children should be told that any combination of mouth, genitals, anus, hands, and breasts with another person IS sex, but at some point they should, and that abstinence means you play these games,either.

    And I don’t think there’s anything wrong with 5 year olds knowing the proper names for body parts, or hearing them, but their parents should tell them first.

  2. July 14, 2010 10:48 am

    Children actually should know the proper names for their body parts. And they should start learning them from Mom and Dad from day one. Knowing the proper name “penis” or “anus” doesn’t mean that those parts have to be associated with sex. For a 3 year old, a penis is where the “pee-pee” (or urine) comes out (and “pee-pee” is what comes out, not what it comes out of.) An anus is where the “poopies” come out.

    The main reason that children should be taught proper names is that, if anyone ever tries to sexually abuse them, the child will be better equipped to tell adults in their life (and possibly prosecutors) exactly what happened. I’ve heard of cases being tossed for lack of evidence because a child didn’t know the proper name of the parts of their body (or those of the accused). Another reason is that my MIL has a tendency to call a penis a “Peter”. What happens if my son ever has a friend named Peter? That just doesn’t bode well…

    That being said, teaching anal sex to my child? Hell no! Demonstrating oral sex (with anatomically correct models or otherwise)? Hell no! At age 10 or 11? Are they frikkin’ insane? WTF?

    I’ve gotten into it with people about GLSEN before, but I think the organization is nothing more than a means for government sanctioned grooming of our children.

    BTW, Lori, I couldn’t find this piece on NRB… is it still there?

  3. July 14, 2010 11:22 am

    Laura Ingraham on Imus In The Morning, VIDEO, reading excerpts from
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    http://youhavetobethistalltogoonthisride.blogspot.com/2010/07/laura-ingrahams-new-book-obama-diaries.html

  4. macleod permalink
    July 14, 2010 11:25 am

    Gosh, when I was 15 I was still collecting baseball cards, and that was my passion. Like all of my friends. When I married, even though I’d been in the service and was a cop, there was an air of mystery, excitement, and a little anxiety that first night. That was great. Making all those discoveries at the same time as the one you love, was, I think, the way it was meant to be. We have lost so much.

  5. Tennessee Budd permalink
    July 14, 2010 1:20 pm

    I had sex explained to me (by my parents, of course) at age 6, but then, in the country, you learn a lot of such things early. If done properly, it’s all right.

  6. July 14, 2010 3:47 pm

    What is sex and what is not I guess depends on “What “IS” is”.

  7. Molten permalink
    July 14, 2010 6:11 pm

    Lori,

    Kevin Jennings did not personally promote fisting to 14 year olds.

    The Tufts University event in question was sponsored by 3 groups.

    1. The Massachusetts Department of Education
    2. The Governor’s Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth
    3. The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (this was Jennings group)

    The speakers who made the “fisting” comments were state employees with The Department of Education, and not directly affiliated with Jennings group. Jennings was not in the room at the time of the fisting comments. The 3 state employees involved were fired.

    If you blame Jennings for the fisting comments,(and you erroneously do) then you’d also have to blame the Governor of Massachusettes in 2000 since his “commission” was equally involved in “promoting” the event. Paul Cellucci was the repulican Governor at the time, a fiscal conservative and anti-tax dude who resigned in 2001 after GW Bush appointed him to be a US ambassador.

    So, using your own logic, George Bush appointed a “fisting” promoter to an ambassadorship. What a guy!

    Then you use two examples of “dangerous sexploitation of your children”…”under the guise of abstinence programs”..

    1. Helena Montana School District…hmmm…Lyndon Johnson in 1964 and Bill Clinton in 1992 are the only democrats to carry Montana since 1948…I think Montana is a pretty conservative state.

    And the “health curriculum” of the Helena School District can’t really be considered an “abstinence program” by any means.

    2. Hillsboro High School in Nashville, Tennessee…John McCain took Tennessee with 57% of the vote in 2008…I think Tennessee is a pretty conservative state.

    And the incident that you reference was an 8 hour “leadership class” with a single presentation by a group called “Nashville CARES”..

    Their website claims that they are: Tennessee’s leading community-based AIDS service organization. Our mission is to promote and participate in a comprehensive and compassionate response to HIV and AIDS through education, advocacy, and supportive services.

    Again, not really and “abstinence program” by any means.

    Now, I personally do not agree with what was said and done at either of your “examples”, but you sure as heck can’t blame Obama or the left for these isolated events. And you can’t equate either of them to abstinence programs no matter how hard you try.

    By the way, teaching abstinence but not birth control makes it more likely that once teenagers initiate sexual activity they will have unsafe sex and contract sexually transmitted diseases. Abstinence-only education programs are ineffective and a waste of taxpayer dollars.

    Oh, and the modern feminist movement has been fighting against “the sexualization of our children” for decades…just thought you might like to know that.

  8. Tennessee Budd permalink
    July 19, 2010 12:44 pm

    Yes, TN is generally conservative, but Nashville isn’t–it regularly votes leftist.

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