With few exceptions, the radical Left has taken American academia by storm.
In line with the notion that people claiming an LGBTQ+ identity are oppressed minorities, most colleges — from Harvard to Hofstra — create special programming and resource centers for the “inclusion, affirmation, and celebration” of sexual “expressions.”
However, academics are not content to retain such programming only for those who have reached adulthood — or, in some shocking cases, even those who have reached elementary school.
Here are five disgusting sex education programs created for young children.
“Intersectional” porn workshop
A school in New York introduced students to a workshop about pornography.
As the New York Post reported, Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School in Manhattan — to which parents pay $47,000 per year — offered a course titled “Pornography Literacy: An intersectional focus on mainstream porn.”
The students — mostly between the ages of 16 and 17 — were shown a slide presentation that, among other topics, discussed the “orgasm gap” between men and women, showed images of partially nude women, and introduced an analysis of “what is porn and what is art.”
One part of the presentation listed various porn genres, including “incest-themed,” consensual or “vanilla,” “barely legal,” and “kink and BDSM.”
“We were all like, ‘What?’” one female student told the New York Post. “Everyone was texting each other, ‘What the hell is this? It’s so stupid.’”
Oral sex book
Fifteen-year-olds at another school were required to read a novel that included graphic sexual content.
At Loudoun County Public Schools — a district in an affluent northern Virginia neighborhood — students in a freshman English class read “Monday’s Not Coming” by Tiffany Jackson.
“‘Me and Monday… We did do something.’ He took a deep breath. ‘She… sucked my d***. I didn’t really want it to happen, it just kinda… did,’” said one portion of the book. “Her top lip curled up. ‘Wait a minute, is that what was really going on? She did your homework and you [ate] her c****ie! Is that why you crying? ‘Cause Monday’s not around to do your homework no more?’”
The phrases “Is she f***ing all of them,” “F***ING P***Y!,” “Man, f*** you then dumb b****,” and “That b**** is out like a f***ing turkey!” also appeared in the novel.
Sex education for “malleable” children
Another set of professors argued in favor of children starting sex education at ten years of age.
Four academics from Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health wrote that if programs “are implemented at a time when adolescents are still malleable and relatively free of sexual and reproductive health problems and gender role biases, very young adolescents can be guided safely through this life stage, supported by their parents, families and communities.”
Targeted investment in these “very young adolescents” — especially between the ages of 10 and 14 — would enable “foundations for healthy future relationships” and positive reproductive health.
The professors also noted the importance of tailoring “holistic, gendered programme approaches” to “gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning youth.”
“Gender is a choice”
One school in San Diego decided to lead six-year-olds through a book claiming “gender is a choice.”
As The College Fix reports, La Jolla Country Day School — at which parents fork over $30,000 per year in tuition — read a book entitled “It Feels Good to Be Yourself” to its first graders.
“This sweet, straightforward exploration of gender identity will give children a fuller understanding of themselves and others,” reads the book’s description on Amazon. “With child-friendly language and vibrant art, It Feels Good to Be Yourself provides young readers and parents alike with the vocabulary to discuss this important topic with sensitivity.”
However, in this particular instance, one local news outlet reported that “none of the parents were notified of this curriculum ahead of time.”
Administrators told the news outlet that the children discussed “acceptance of identity” as an aspect of the school’s “Dignity” model.
“LGBTQ-inclusive” curriculum for four-year-olds
A set of professors recently claimed that “LGBTQ-inclusive” sex education ought to begin in elementary school.
Professors Eva Goldfarb and Lisa Lieberman — both of whom teach “public health” at Montclair State University — wrote in a study that “substantial evidence supports sex education beginning in elementary school, that is scaffolded and of longer duration, as well as LGBTQ-inclusive education across the school curriculum and a social justice approach to healthy sexuality.”
“This review suggests that not only are younger children able to discuss sexuality-related issues but that the early grades may, in fact, be the best time to introduce topics related to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, gender equality, and social justice related to the LGBTQ community before hetero- and cisnormative values and assumptions become more deeply ingrained and less mutable,” the professors claimed.
They also expressed a desire for “expanding social justice pedagogy within the sex education curriculum beyond the topics of gender and sexual orientation.”
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