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The "experts" want to tell your child about sex

If you, like most parents, are anxious about how to impart a healthy and moral view of sexuality to your children, a coalition of  ”experts” want to come to your rescue. They have decided what your children need to know about sex and when they need to know it.
The Journal of School Health published the special report, National Sexuality Education Standards: Core Content and Skills, K–12. The purpose of these standards is to make a radical agenda normative for all public schools in the United States.
According to the “experts,” what should your child know? By the end of the second grade, your child needs to, “Identify different kinds of family structures,” which means that they not only want your child to know about traditional two-parent families, single-parent families, blended divorced families and gay-parent families, but they want them to see each of these as equally acceptable and good. In addition, by the end of the second grade your child should be able to, “Provide examples of how friends, family, media, society and culture influence ways in which boys and girls think they should act.” Notice how family is lumped in with the media, society and culture as just another source of influence to be critically evaluated – by children in the second grade.

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Tony said…
There are three kinds of "family structures".

1. A blessed family: A mother who is a woman married to a father who is a man with as many children as God sees to bless them with.

2. An unfortunate family: A family missing a mother or a father through death or divorce.

3. A sinful family: two or more people shacking up whatever the gender with any number of children.

Religious freedom is under attack, and the most fundamental of religious freedoms is the freedom to teach your own children.

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