There has been much debate from the academic and parent views about Common Core. Honestly, I have so much to cover that in this post I am going to focus on Health/Sex Ed. It was brought to my attention last fall that the Department of Health and Human Services had a website and guides devoted to sexuality that might end up becoming the curriculum for schools. This deeply concerned me as a parent because what might be valid and good in one area of the country may not be in another. In Utah, the majority of the state has a similar if not same view on these types of topics and how they ought to be dealt with in education.
I began researching what the Federal Dept of HHS had to say about sexuality. What I found was that there was a great deal if not all of the information that was devoted to the research of Alfred Kinsey.
Dr. Judith Reisman, a visiting law professor at Liberty University School of Law, has focused on pornography as a pandemic, addicting men, women and children and upon exposing Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey’s fraudulent sex science research and education. Dr. Reisman has served as scientific consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations, the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). She is a world renowned expert on the discredited research of bug doctor turned “sexologist,” Alfred Kinsey.
Although Kinsey is married to a woman who took part in his many filmed “scientific” orgies, Kinsey was a promiscuous homosexual and sadomasochist. He managed to completely upend and twist the world’s perception of human sexuality in the 1950s and 1960s with his world famous “Kinsey Reports.”
It is unbelievable that even today, most people are completely unaware that during his tenure at Indiana University, Kinsey facilitated, with stopwatches and ledgers, the systematic sexual abuse of hundreds, if not thousands, of children and infants – all in the name of science.
Among so many other things, Kinsey asserted that children are “sexual from birth.” He further concluded, based upon experiments he directed and documented in his infamous Table 34, that adult-child sex is harmless, even beneficial…I will leave it at that as it becomes more detailed and horrifying to read. You are welcome to read the article at GodFatherPolitics to see the light version which is still disgusting.
It’s little wonder that Dr. Reisman identifies Kinsey as a “sexual psychopath.” These children were as young as 2 months old.
Disturbing though that may be, what’s equally disturbing is that nearly all of today’s liberal “comprehensive sex education” curricula – such as that pushed by groups like the National Education Association (NEA), Planned Parenthood and the Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) – is derived entirely from the criminally fraudulent research of Alfred Kinsey.But even more troubling is a recent discovery by Dr. Reisman. She found that the Obama administration, which fully embraces the debunked Kinsey sex-education model, has begun pushing a curriculum that, in many ways, eerily mirrors the “FBI Molester Grooming Paradigm.”
In short, she found that both Obama’s HHS and many public sex-education programs are doing to children, constructively, what pedophiles do to “groom” them for sex:
According to the FBI, child molesters:
- Demonstrate sex acts to children. Offenders commonly use pornography to teach or give instructions to naïve children about how to masturbate, perform oral sex and/or engage in sexual intercourse.
- Lower the sexual inhibitions of children. Some children naturally fear sexual activities. Some offenders show pictures of other children engaging in sexual activities to overcome these fears, indicating to their intended victims that it is all right to have sex with an adult because lots of other boys and girls do the same thing.
- Desensitize children to sex. Offenders commonly show child pornography to their intended victims to expose them to sexual acts before they are naturally curious about such activities.
- Sexually arouse children. Offenders commonly use pornographic images of other children to arouse victims, particularly those in adolescence.
During her lecture, Dr. Reisman shocked the 50-plus in attendance by illustrating that today’s Kinseyan-based sex education – as promoted by Obama’s HHS – does much of what the FBI describes above.
Graphic sexual images and explicit “values neutral” talk of sex and sexuality are rampant throughout classrooms across America, effectively desensitizing children and numbing their natural inhibitions. These inhibitions help protect children from potential predators.
According to Dr. Reisman, “the brain data fully support [the] finding” that such “sex education” literally changes the neural pathways of a child’s brain.” There is mounting scientific evidence to support this hypothesis.
Whatever its motive, the Obama administration is guilty of employing these grooming techniques on children.
Consider, for instance, that just last year, the Department of Health and Human Services’ “Questions and Answers About Sex” website provided a “Quick Guide to Healthy Living” section which, like Kinsey, outrageously claimed that “Children are human beings and therefore sexual beings … which is healthy and normal.”
Get the implication? And what do “sexual beings” do? Well, they have sex, of course. “It’s hard for parents to acknowledge this,” admitted the page.
The HHS link then suggested that youth “may also experiment with sexual experiences, including those with members of the same sex, during the years they are exploring their own sexuality.”
Sound familiar? Remember, the FBI indicates that pedophiles will “teach or give instructions to naïve children about how to masturbate, perform oral sex and/or engage in sexual intercourse.”
Who needs pedophiles when we have today’s “comprehensive sex education”? It does all that and more.
In light of this information, what are Utah Schools teaching? We have heard all kinds of things lately, but do you really know what is being taught? Have you ever wondered what the waivers are that you sign each year about “core curriculum”? Did you know that the schools do not have to inform you of what or when they teach core curriculum? There is no requirement for an optin or optout paper to go home with your child. You do have the right by state law to review all curriculum, however, if you do not ask, you likely won’t be told.“The Utah Health Core Curriculum states that students: Understand, appreciate, and accept individual differences in people” in Utah’s Sex Ed curriculum.
This phrase is focusing not on respecting people, but “differences,” and requiring that students actually go from understanding, to “appreciation”, to full-on acceptance.
“Respect the sexuality of others.” Not “respect others,” [i.e., people] but respect their sexuality [i.e., specific behaviors].
Does it matter? Or is appreciating and accepting people the same thing as appreciating and accepting their behaviors?
Fielding Elementary in Box Elder County had announced their Sex Ed curriculum for Kindergartners this fall. The secretary at the school confirmed it but had no info. The secretary said the principal was out, and that she did not know much about it, but that this was a statewide program that was just passed. The secretary said that parents can come and review the curriculum from the teacher before it is presented. However, at the time they did not have information about it or what would be taught. I was able to get ahold of the principal and made notes about what was said, you can read more by clicking on What Is Being Taught to Your Children?
Has anyone else noticed this is curriculum passed down by the state? Do we NOT have local control over curriculum? Isn’t the State only supposed to give us standards? While the curriculum linked here is from 2009 (and is Utah’s curriculum), while likely still relevant, I’m sure a much newer version (if this isn’t the newest) will have even more information for much younger children, especially with the state and feds trying to bring in more preschool programs. Again, President Obama has already made the statement that sex education should start in kindergarten.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is offering advice to parents and teens about sex education, including assurances that teens may “experiment” with homosexuality as part of “exploring their own sexuality,” and that masturbation should be of concern only “if a child seems preoccupied with it to the exclusion of other activities.”
The information, located on a “Questions and Answers About Sex” link on the “Quick Guide to Healthy Living” portion of the HHS Web site, also describes children and infants as “sexual beings.”
Under the question “When Do Kids Start Becoming Curious About Sex?” the answer notes that infants have curiosity about their bodies.
“Children are human beings and therefore sexual beings,” the Q&A Web page says. “It’s hard for parents to acknowledge this, just as it’s hard for kids to think of their parents as sexually active. But even infants have curiosity about their own bodies, which is healthy and normal.”