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  1. 1. Sexual Indoctrination in Public Schools What parents need to know and what they can do Concerned Parents of Austin
  2. 2. Why should this concern us?  8 year old drag queen “Lactatia” Kids are becoming sexualized younger and younger.
  3. 3. Why should this concern us? Kids are becoming the target of these ideologies
  4. 4. What is being implemented?  Anti-bullying • Welcoming Schools  Health education • 3R’s – sex ed program  Library books  School-wide events – Pride Week, Day of Silence  Clubs – GLSEN introduced into regular curriculum
  5. 5. Welcoming Schools Program for PK – 5 Grades - Homosexuality - Gender ideology/transgenderism America's largest LGBTQ lobbying organization, with millions in funding
  6. 6. “I used to sit on AISD’s LBTQ community committee, and the district assured us that all forms had been updated to be inclusive of all families. Would you consider changing “mother” and “father” to “guardian” or “caregiver”?” -- in response to a student transferring into AISD - “A funder is looking at awarding Welcoming Schools with a grant for Texas – specific work. To receive this grant, our development team needs some background context + an estimate of what future engagement will look like. Can you provide me a summary of - Current schools you’re doing in TX with Welcoming Schools - The next year’s forecast for this work -- from Welcoming School Project Coordinator – HRC (district denied any current collaboration)
  7. 7. “Apparently, TFN, Planned Parenthood, Equality Texas and HRC /Welcoming Schools are all trying to organize a counter event …” – in response to our library presentation on Aug. 12, 2017 “We have it on good authority that they’re expecting a large coordinated response against their meeting are hoping it will attract a lot of media attention to their beliefs. The best action this Saturday is NO ACTION. They need to know that their views are small and insignificant, unworthy of direct response.” - In response to Aug. 12
  9. 9. It’s Perfectly Normal by Robie H. Harris Available at Allison, Barrington, Highland Park, Manchaca, Patton, Maplewood
  10. 10. Is this “perfectly normal” for a children’s book? “I cannot define pornography but I know when I see it” ~Unknown
  11. 11. “When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl. George really wants to play Charlotte in Charlotte’s Web. Will she be able to?” Source: Advocates for youth website Indoctrination at early stages (ages 3-6)
  12. 12. Are pride parades an appropriate venue for school-sponsored events?
  13. 13. Other LGBT programs/events Day of Silence Working with LGBT Students of Color LGBT-Inclusive Curriculum Guide for Educators Ready, Set, Respect! Gay-Straight Alliances AISD Pride Week - 1 week in October - Cross dressing throughout the week - Activities promoting LGBT
  15. 15. Why does such a small minority of the population have so much weight in the ways our children are educated?
  16. 16. “I am here to tell you: All that time I said I wasn't indoctrinating anyone with my beliefs about gay and lesbian and bi and trans and queer people? That was a lie” Canadian gay activist S. Bear Bergman, in HuffPo article “I Have Come to Indoctrinate Your Children Into My LGBTQ Agenda (And I'm Not a Bit Sorry)” S. Bear Bergman
  17. 17. History and Philosophy of Sex Ed And the consequences for teen health Concerned Parents of Austin
  18. 18. Karl Marx Alfred KinseyMargaret Sanger Whose beliefs, language and values? Writer of the Communist Manifesto (1848)  Main goal: Destruction of the family and religion  One means: Growth of unconstrained sexual intercourse among women  Founder of Planned Parenthood  Racist and eugenecist – ridding world of “human weeds” through contraception  Separation of sex from childbearing  would lead to women as objects of sex  Pedophile and extreme sexual deviant  Belief that children can receive sexual pleasure from birth  His ‘research’, based on other deviants, shaped society’s modern concepts of sexuality
  19. 19. Anything goes, no judgments allowed. Even on established high-risk behavior. Focus on sexual rights of children. The more information and the earlier your small children get it, the better. 1 2 Sexuality is our entire selves, influences us in every way, and encompasses everything. There are many ways to express sexuality and each is equal. 3 Children have the right to question their parent’s ideas about sex, to explore their own sexuality through experimentation and to develop their own values. 4 …and parents have the duty to support them in their quest, without judgment. 5 Adapted from the book “You’re Teaching My Child What?” by Dr. Miriam Grossman Tenets of the Sex Ed movement
  20. 20. “3 R’s” Program - Rights - Respect - Responsibility  Advocates for youth is an outgrowth of the population control movement of the 1960s and '70s  In 2001, Advocates began to frame the abstinence-only sex education debate as an assault on public health…this later became a cornerstone of the Obama administration's guiding principles...  Advocates for abortion, sexual “rights” for children. Key Facts
  21. 21. K-1st Grader 5-6 years old Examples:  Sharing of details about genitalia in groups (vulva, penis, anus)  Celebrating diverse families: “Is it okay if some children have two mothers or two fathers?” (answer must be Yes)  How to support others in gender non-conformity Examples:  “There are some body parts that mostly just girls have and some parts that mostly just boys have. Being a boy or a girl doesn’t have to mean you have those parts.”  Reading “My Princess Boy”  CONSENT: What touch feels good, what doesn’t (“right to determine whether and how they are being touched”) 2st Grader 7 years old Examples:  More detailed terminology: “This is the clitoris… it is very sensitive.”  Coaching children to overcome discomfort discussing private matters  Where to go for more information: books in school library, school nurse or doctor, Internet (‘reliable’ sites), parents NOT mentioned 4-5th Grader 9-10 years old 3R’s Sex Ed Curriculum
  22. 22. Middle School 12-14 years old Examples:  Activities with “NO RISK for STIs”: “Bathing together; Kissing on the lips; Mutual masturbation; Solo masturbation; Holding hands; and Abstaining from sexual activity.” (For ages 11-12, 6th grade book, pg. 110) Examples:  Various role plays promote teen sex. For example, “Andrea and Diana are two girls who just met last weekend at a party. They had fun together, and now they’ve hooked up again this weekend. They’re alone in Andrea’s basement. Plan a role-play in which Diana asks Andrea about having sex and they make a decision.” (For ages 14 and up, High school book, pg. 30)  “With oral sex, the person performing oral sex is at higher risk because their mouth is coming into contact with the other person’s genitals. People can reduce their STI risk further by using flavored condoms or other barriers like dental dams.” High School 3R’s Sex Ed Curriculum
  23. 23. Texas Age of Consent Laws  Texas Penal Code Section 21.11 and Penal Code Section 22.011 defines the legal Age of Consent in Texas.  People who are under the age of 17 are not capable of giving consent to sexual activity.  Children lack the brain development to fully understand the consequences of the choices they make.
  24. 24. What we see and are being told Pregnancy and STD prevention, “science based”, “medically accurate”, “age appropriate” What we don’t see and they won’t tell  Sexualization at an early age, loss of innocence  Encouragement of risky and harmful behaviors  Grooming for exploitation  Deconstruction of the traditional family  Destruction of religious and moral codes Sexuality education can have serious consequences Dig deep to identify what it is really being taught to your kids.
  25. 25. How do these programs enter Texas Schools? Concerned Parents of Austin
  26. 26. Contact your school district and find out how to get on the SHAC! Board of Trustees must establish SHAC SHAC presents recommendations School Health Advisory Council Board of Trustees • Citizen Committee required in Texas Education Code 28.004 for every School District • Members may be appointed by Trustees • Majority of members must be parents of students in the district • Provides advice to the district on coordinated school health programming • “Assists the district in ensuring that local community values are reflected in the district's health education instruction” Committees: • Human Sexuality • Physical Fitness • Nutrition • Mental Health • Risky Behaviors • Safety School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) Trustees must consider recommendations Citizen Committees • Bond • School Naming • Zoning • SHAC Accountable to Trustees School District
  27. 27. TFN SHAC Initiative
  28. 28. Planned Parenthood Business Model Contraception STD Testing/ Treatments and Emergency Contraception Abortion Sex Planned Parenthood in Schools
  29. 29. Types of Sex Education Sexual Risk ReductionSexual Risk Avoidance SRAAbstinence SRR “Comprehensive” Emphasis on Abstinence Devote more than 50% of page content to promoting abstinence Devote less than 5% of their page content to SRA. Allocate six times more content to the goal of promoting contraception than to the goal of promoting abstinence. Focus Risk elimination. (abstinence) Risk reduction. (contraceptive use, especially condoms) Message Focused. (Abstinence until marriage is clearly the BEST choice.) Mixed. (EITHER abstinence OR having sex with a condom are equally good choices; or, abstinence is marginally better than having sex with contraception.) Philosophy a) Teen sex and/or casual sex is problematic, even if contraception is used, based on risk of STDs, pregnancy, and negative emotional consequences a) As long as contraception is used, teen sex and/or casual sex is unproblematic. There are no potential negative emotional consequences. b) Armed with full information about the risks of teen sex and the benefits of abstinence, teens CAN and DO choose to refrain from having sex. (The majority of teens today – 53% - have not had sex.) b) Teen sex is expected, inevitable, and a natural part of healthy sexual development. Behavioral Goal Delayed sexual initiation, preferably until marriage, or “renewed abstinence” for the student already sexually experienced. Increased contraceptive use, especially condom. Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) Abstinence-Only Education Abstinence Plus Education No Mention of Contraception Contraception Education Advocate for Contraception Use Source: Parents School Toolkit,

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    Aug. 30, 2019

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