Mom teaches kids too much about sex

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Spooky7272:
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I doubt you could find more than a few, if any, public schools that teach the sort of things this woman taught her children.  
 
 

You think not? What about in Brookline, Mass where they handed out pornographic "how-to" booklets to kids as young as 13? It's highly disgusting and extremely explicit. You can see it here, but, again I urge caution as it is very, very explicit.

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Should teachers who have this information and teach biology or sex education not tell their students that oral and anal sex spread AIDS and STDs? To withhold the information could result in some children dying because they didn't know the dangers.

Children are rarely, if ever, told about the dangers both physically and psychologically, about having sex outside the confines of marriage. They're only told of "safe sex" using condoms and dental dams.

Young kids are exposed to homosexual propaganda in grade school, as evidenced here.

And here as well.
 

So, again, this woman gets prosecuted (and rightly) but school officials are exempt?





Cyriacus:
Until I was 16, I thought "oral sex" was a sort of dirty verbal act. And I went to public schools!

miss_fluffy:
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You think not? What about in Brookline, Mass where they handed out pornographic "how-to" booklets to kids as young as 13? It's highly disgusting and extremely explicit. You can see it here, but, again I urge caution as it is very, very explicit.

I'm now thoroughly upset and disgusted.  Did this book get pulled?  I can't imagine how traumatic it might have been for children and parents to deal with this kind of filth.  These are things that young minds are not ready to know about.

PaxVobiscum:
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I doubt you could find more than a few, if any, public schools that teach the sort of things this woman taught her children.

 

You think not? What about in Brookline, Mass where they handed out pornographic "how-to" booklets to kids as young as 13?


That's one example, and it's pushing the homosexual agenda, which is far different from what the woman did; she was talking to her own children about heterosexual sex.  If she'd just told them the facts of life, no one would be complaining.  Telling them about her sexual experiences was TMI and there was no need to show them a sex toy, either.  If she told them about oral sex without being asked, that was TMI, too.  

But it doesn't compare to homosexual propaganda being pushed by public schools on all their students.  Parents are going to have to sue to stop this kind of thing happening in the public schools.  As a teacher, I'd have refused to hand those booklets out to students.  That's why tenure for teachers is a good thing; I could have refused, though I might have been disciplined if the school board was really behind it.  No school board in this area would help the homosexual agenda, though, because they have to run for re-election.

I said I doubt you could find more than a few, if any, schools that teach the sort of things this women taught her children.  That booklet went far beyond what she said, as far as we know about what she said.  

How many more examples can you find of public schools doing this sort of thing?    There are an awful lot of public schools in the US.  I would guess that only a small percent of schools are giving out sexually explicit materials.  I don't think any should be handing out something like that booklet and doubt that many are.


Also, did you read what I said about kids in K-3 who were having sex in 1975-77???  This is in the buckle of the Baptist Bible Belt, too, where Bible readings and prayer are part of every school day in this county.  We're talking about 8-9 year-olds at the oldest!  

Kids are just a lot more aware of sex and more sexually active than most adults want to admit.  It wasn't like that when I was a kid in the Fifties but maybe we were the last innocent generation.  My son-in-law reports similar experiences in his elementary school in another state in the Seventies.  (He didn't report them to me, mind you, my daughter said he told her about it.)  He also told her her had friends whose parents would have sex and leave the bedroom door open while he and his friends were in the living room.  Who knows how much that goes on?

If you homeschool your kids, keep a sharp eye on who they play with/visit, and don't have tv or the internet (oops!  you all have the internet!) you may be able to keep them innocent about perversions but it's not going to be easy.  I think it's good to let kids know from an early age about where babies come from and that sex is a part of married love, so that they know what's normal and any twisted stuff they hear later won't impact them much.  I don't know how you keep kids from hearing about homosexuality today if they watch tv or read newspapers, etc., but you don't have to tell them anything beyond "some men love other men and some women love other women but the Bible and the Church teach us that this is wrong, that men are to love women and women to love men."  You don't have to tell them about homosexual acts.    

Spooky7272:
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Also, did you read what I said about kids in K-3 who were having sex in 1975-77???  This is in the buckle of the Baptist Bible Belt, too, where Bible readings and prayer are part of every school day in this county.  We're talking about 8-9 year-olds at the oldest!

I read it. Like you pointed out, that's just one instance. I certainly never had sex in grade school (this was 1980-81), nor knew anyone who did.
I don't have time for the research right now but there is explicit sex ed being taught not just in Massachusetts but also New York, Maryland, California and Michigan. Do teenagers really need to know how to put on a condom?!?

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