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Comprehensive Sexual Education

In January 2016, California updated statutes regarding “comprehensive sexual health education.”

The ACLU, Planned Parenthood and similar groups took an active role in creating the “California Healthy Youth Act” which requires that all sex education programs in the state should:

  • normalize sexuality as part of human development;

  • ensure people receive integrated, comprehensive, accurate, and unbiased sexual health and HIV prevention and instruction; and

  • provide pupils with the knowledge and skills to have healthy, positive, and safe sexual relationships.

 

Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) curriculum does not just include the teachings of biology, anatomy, and the understandings of the human reproductive system, instead it serves as a “how to” guide for sex and encourages the various means of achieving sexual pleasure in all forms.

 

Parents and community leaders are often shocked by what is being taught in our classrooms:

  • Fisting

  • Sexual expression

  • Sexual orientation

  • Gender fluidity and pronouns

  • Vaginal intercourse

  • Oral sex

  • Anal sex

  • Masturbation

  • Mutual masturbation

  • Sexting

  • Virtual sex

  • The morning after pill

  • Abortion

  • Sexual promiscuity

Comprehensive Sexual Education is a "rights-based” approach to sexuality education and promotes sexual rights to children at the expense of their sexual health In California schools.

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