Planned Parenthood and cohorts churn out National Standards for public schools--Part 2: The content and how to stop it!
This article originally appeared in this issue of the WSR: 2012-02-29

By the end of second grade, the national standards being pushed by Planned Parenthood and its cohorts through a group called FoSE (The Future of Sex Education) say that 7-year-olds should use “proper” names for male and female body parts, explain that all living things reproduce, and identify different kinds of family structures. Rather than teaching them that their private parts are not to be touched other than for cleaning, it teaches they have the right to tell others not to touch their body if they do not want to be touched.

By the end of 5th grade, 11-year-old students must “define sexual orientation as the romantic attraction of an individual to someone of the same gender or a different gender,” and “describe the process of human reproduction.”

By the end of 8th grade, the 14-year-old students must be able to “differentiate between gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation and explain the range of gender roles.” They must define sexual intercourse and its relation to human reproduction. The standards define sexual intercourse as “when a penis is inserted into a vagina, mouth or anus.” That is certainly not the definition most parents think of when they define sexual intercourse, nor the definition parents want their 14-year-olds to parrot. They must also define “emergency contraception” and its use, and “describe a range of ways people express affection within various types of relationships.”

By the end of 12th grade, students must be able to “describe the human sexual response cycle, including the role hormones play.” They must “differentiate between biological sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression.”

The National Sexuality Education Standards are a one-way gate constructed by Planned Parenthood and friends to ensure that only Kinsey-inspired, Planned Parenthood-style “comprehensive” sex education may enter into the public schools. Not only that, but the evidence is clear that they seek to ensure that children be schooled in brazen immorality to the exclusion of religious or parental influence.

Do you know what your children are learning in school? It is time for parents and other concerned citizens to contact the local school district and insist on receiving all the information that is being taught to their children in the realm of human sexuality and by whom it is being taught.

There is strength in numbers, and our publication Parent Power!! will teach you how to organize resistance to Planned Parenthood and its cohorts and get them out of your schools. Our website devotes an entire section to getting and keeping Planned Parenthood out of public schools. Our just-released video, “Hooking Kids on Sex II,” can be a powerful tool in your hands to stop Planned Parenthood’s encroachment into the public schools. Warning: It is a very graphic presentation of Planned Parenthood materials and community outreach, and is not suitable for children. You can view it at http://all.org/ppsexed. Then forward it to your local school officials and elected representatives.

Our experts are available to help. To book one of our speakers, contact stopp@all.org today!

To read Part 1 of this article, which describes the players in the crafting and pushing of the national standards and their interconnection with Planned Parenthood, click here.