Saturday, July 31, 2021

UN-Developed Sex Education Curriculum Sexualizes Children, Advocates Warn

A sex education curriculum that promotes transgender ideology, homosexuality, and sexual disinhibition among children is being taught in American classrooms, two pro-family advocates warned in an interview with NTD’s “The Nation Speaks.”

Sharon Slater, co-founder and president of advocacy group Family Watch International, told host Cindy Drukier about “harmful elements” in the United Nations-developed, U.S. government-sponsored Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), including its graphic, pleasure-focused approach toward teaching children about sexual behavior.

“The publication, ‘It’s Perfectly Normal,’ which is in many libraries and school libraries across the United States. It’s very graphic with depictions of children engaging in masturbation and various sexual acts,” said Slater, noting that while it is blurred out to the audience, children who read the CSE material will see “different couples—heterosexuals and homosexuals—engaging in sex.”

“And there’s been a million copies in print, and this is for age 10,” she continued, adding that it teaches children ages 12 through 14 to “share their sexual feelings” through activities including oral and anal sex, masturbation, or touching each other’s genitals while saying “I like you.”

The CSE curriculum, according to Slater, also encourages children to label themselves with sexual identities and needs, for example, a “polyamorous queer teen who needs to know how to have safe sex and relationships with multiple partners.”

“We’re seeing it in almost all the schools, you’re not safe if you’re in a Christian school or a private school, because this is federally funded,” she said. “And now under President [Joe] Biden, they’ve even increased the amount to $130 million that are pouring into the states to get these programs to the children everywhere.”

Slater was joined by Dr. Quentin Van Meter, a veteran pediatric endocrinologist and president of the conservative medical group American College of Pediatricians. He said that medically or surgically assisted transgenderism among young children becomes so popular that it is now a “social contagion phenomenon.”

When asked whether kids at age 13 and 14—who can legally undergo sex-change operations in certain states—actually understand the long-term impacts of the transition, Van Meter replied that they can’t.

“It’s trying to get the child to understand fertility or the fact that they will be sterile. They are sterilizing children by these processes,” he said. “There aren’t countries in the world that are called decent or moral will routinely allow children to be sterilized, and yet this is what’s happening here in this country. The child can’t even understand what that means.”

When it comes to the pro-CSE claim that youth are engaging in sexual activity anyway and that sex education is needed to avoid pregnancy and spread of STDs, Slater said recent research has shown poor outcomes from this type of education.

“There’s a major study (pdf) that was published in a peer-reviewed journal, which looked at 120 of the best studies out there on sex education,” she said. According to the 2019 review by Utah-based research group Institute for Research and Evaluation, 87 percent of the school-based CSE programs worldwide failed to produce desired results, such as delay of sexual initiation, increased condom use, or decreased pregnancy or STDs rates.

Contrary to the common claim, Slater added, American teenagers are having less sex, not more, over the past decade. Those who have had sex, however, experience more problems in their life than those who haven’t.

“The studies done by the CDC show that those that have had sexual contact are going to have more suicide, they’re going to have more depression, more problems in school, and all sorts of things,” she said. “So really, we are obligated to teach children to avoid sexual risky behavior, to avoid sex until marriage.”


One Black Father Just Ripped Critical Race Theory To Shreds!

The country’s largest teachers’ union just voted to promote CRT in schools.

There are 14,000 school districts in all 50 states. The use of the pandemic to demonstrate how much teachers’ unions despise parents and pupils was really a warm-up performance. CRT is on the way, according to the National Educators Association. Democrats will have to come up with a new claim that CRT is a Fox News fantasy. That makes videos like this even more critical to share.

This father has a problem with his children being taught that white people are evil. Their white mother, I’m sure, isn’t happy about it either.

“The problem with bringing [CRT] to the high school and grade school level is that we don’t have the educators to properly teach these kids. Instead, they’re using it as their own agenda to indoctrinate kids to hate each other. Whether you believe that to be true or not, the reality is that’s what happening. Critical race theory is teaching that white people are bad. That’s not true. That would teach my daughter that her mother’s evil.”

Hold still, because that’s not all.

“You already have an educator within your staff that has pulled my daughter aside and said, “Well, you’re a minority, so you know better than to engage in certain things.” When it was brought to the school’s attention, nothing happened to the educator. Instead, my daughter was brought in and she was ridiculed.”

Just wow.

Indeed, this father is a better man. Well, some people might be one of those crazies the sergeant-at-arms was taking out of the school if it were up to some people. This man became aware that the camera was focused on him and that he had a more crucial point to make. That started with him explaining what CRT was and who it was designed for. HINT: it’s not for kids in elementary school.

Teachers’ unions have always been more concerned with their Marxist ideology than with pupils or parents. As long as the money is in the nightstands, Democrats like Joe Biden and his White House will do whatever the unions tell them to. It is now more crucial than ever for people to unite.


Federal Education Officials Backpedal on Pushing Critical Race Theory in Schools

The U.S. Department of Education looked into critical race theory’s abyss and blinked.

In April, the agency proposed prioritizing the theory’s racially discriminatory ideas in a small federal grant program for K-12 schools. But after receiving a “significant” number of comments on the announcement, the agency demurred earlier this week, saying it would not give a “competitive advantage” to applicants proposing to use critical race theory.

Hungarian philosopher Georg Lukacs once described critical theory, the neo-Marxist progenitor of critical race theory, as being “on the edge of an abyss, of nothingness, of absurdity.” Hardly a compliment—and that came from another Marxist.

President Joe Biden’s administration was prepared to embrace this absurdity and inject it into federal grants for history and civics instruction in K-12 schools, as his administration has done in other areas of federal policy.

Critical race theory is a philosophy that views everything in public and private life—from government to business to art and anything in between—through the prism of racial identities.

The worldview is based on critical theory, which originated in Germany after World War I and combined the Marxist belief of an oppressed working class with an opaque description of relative truth.

The philosophy swept through universities in the U.S. in the 20th century. In the 1960s, theorists claimed American law was systemically oppressive, creating critical legal theory. By the 1980s, theorists added race, giving us critical race theory.

Derrick Bell, one of the originators of critical race theory, wrote: “We use a number of different voices, but all recognize that the American social order is maintained and perpetuated by racial subordination.”

Bell’s ideas echo today in the writings of Boston University professor Ibram X. Kendi, who writes, “It is a racial crime to look like yourself or empower yourself if you are not White in America.”

Biden’s administration must have missed Kendi’s racially discriminatory ruminations when it recommended the professor’s work to K-12 teachers across the country in the original federal grant announcement for history and civics instruction.

My colleagues at The Heritage Foundation and I responded by saying critical race theory “sends a toxic message to children of all backgrounds.” (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)

Educators’ application of the theory to classroom instruction—including segregating students for school activities and considering a child’s race when making decisions about sanctions for students’ disruptive and even dangerous behavior—likely violates civil rights laws.

An opinion by Montana’s state attorney general, Austin Knudsen, agrees. In May, Knudsen said, “A school unlawfully discriminates on the basis of race if it has effectively caused, encouraged, accepted, tolerated, or failed to correct a racially hostile environment.”

Knudsen went on to say: “Notably, racial acts need not be targeted at any particular individual in order to create a racially hostile environment.”

School assignments, then, such as in Iowa City, Iowa, public schools that say white individuals have an unfair privilege that produces “white supremacy” in America—even if there are white students who condemn racism—arguably violate federal laws.

The Education Department’s proposed changes to the grant program to add critical race theory generated some 35,000 comments, and the department backed away from adding it to the program’s priorities on Monday. Anyone who opposes racial discrimination should welcome the agency’s retreat.

The sheer number of federal grants—in education and other policies—and the administration’s prior statements and actions aligned with critical race theory’s prejudice mean the task remains for everyone to hold this administration responsible for following the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona wrote in his statement on the agency’s decision to temper its adherence to critical race theory that his department will “continue our work providing engaging, innovative learning opportunities to students, in order to build stronger societies and better futures for all communities.”

His agency could start by making sure this and any other grant program does not overtly or covertly promote discriminatory theories with Marxist roots.

To create “better futures for all communities,” focus on giving students the skills they need to be successful in school and in life. No one will balk at that idea.


Black Supremacists Demanding To Tell You Where To Send Your Kids To School!

A Texas-based social justice group asked affluent white supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement to not send their children to Ivy League schools so that students of color have a greater chance of getting a spot.

Dallas Justice Now (DJN), which appears to have been set up recently, is asking white supporters of Black Lives Matter to commit to ‘making sacrifices to correct centuries of injustice.’

The group is specifically calling on white people to sign its ‘college pledge’ not to send their children to Ivy League or US News & World Report Top 50 schools ‘and instead leave those spots open for students from Black, LatinX, and other marginalized backgrounds who were denied access to these institutions for hundreds of years.’

According to the racial activist group, championing Democrats and Black Lives Matter does not relegate white privilege.

“We are writing to you because we understand you are white and live within the Highland Park Independent School District and thus benefit from enormous privileges taken at the expense of communities of color,” the racial activist group states. “You live in the whitest and wealthiest neighborhood in Dallas. Whether you know it or not, you earned or inherited your money through oppressing people of color.

“However, it is also our understanding that you are a Democrat and supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement which makes you one of our white allies and puts you in a position to help correct these crucial injustices. We need you to step up and back up your words with actions and truly sacrifice to make our segregated city more just.

White Americans must sacrifice their privilege by committing to keeping their children out of Ivy Leagues schools, allowing only minorities and students from marginalized communities to attend the elite institutions, and persuading their white privileged cohorts to do the same, DJN implores.

“We are asking you to pledge that your children will not apply or attend any IVY League School or US News & World Report Top 50 School. If you do not have children under 18 then we ask you to pledge to hold your white privileged friends, family, and neighbors with children to this standard,” the letter continues. “These schools have afforded white families for generations. Having your children attend these schools takes away spaces from students of color who need the job opportunities, education, and influence that these schools provide.

Rich, white Americans who refuse to comply with the pledge are perpetuating racism, the group argued.

We know that this sounds like a tough commitment to make. But it is truly disheartening to see wealthy folks sanding charitable donations, posting #BlackLivesMatter on social media, or putting up yard signs as if to say that minimal effort is all they are prepared to do in the fight for racial justice,” the pledge states. “The quest for justice requires commitment from our white allies and we thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in making such a commitment.”

Below is the pledge Dallas Justice Now made to doubles down its rebuke of white Americans:

“As a white person with privilege both from my whiteness and my neighborhood I recognize the need to make sacrifices to correct hundreds of years of murder, slavery, discrimination, and lack of educational and economic opportunities perpetrated upon people of color. I understand that access to top schools is a key component in economic and social advancement. Therefore, I commit that my children will not apply to or attend an Ivy League School or US News & World Report Top 50 School so that position at that school is available for people of color to help correct historical wrongs,” the pledge states. “If I do not have children under 18 then I will commit to encouraging my white privileged friends, neighbors, and family members with children to sign the pledge and holding them accountable until they do so.”

Data from the US Census Bureau shows 88 percent of residents in University Park are white, with just 1.5 percent of people being black or African American. In Highland Park, 91 percent are white and less than 1 percent are black or African American.

Both areas are among the richest in the state, with residents enjoying a median household income above $200,000 and Highland Park ranking in the 10 wealthiest communities in America back in 2018.

The average house price stood at $1.3 million in University Park and $1.5 million in Highland Park between 2015 and 2019, with some mansions along the iconic Beverly Drive currently on the market for $10 million.




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