I would drop kick a teacher who decided it was their duty to have the sex talk with my child before me… especially at basically HALF the age of puberty! I’m gonna throw up.
My almost-seven-year-old inquired about how she got in my belly in the first place, to which I told her God placed her there when her daddy and I fell in love. However, when she asked how she got out of my belly, I simply said, “mommy’s pee-pee!” She voiced disgust and we’ll reconvene the conversation when the time is appropriate.
“A children’s elementary school distributed a flyer to children as young as second grade that promoted a clinic hosted by a medical volunteer corps. There was one problem: one side of the flyer advertised “free birth control and pre-pregnancy services” as well as free “implants, pills, condoms and more.”
I didn’t even understand intercourse until I was maybe 13 or 14 years of age… because puberty doesn’t really let you NOT wonder about it.
Also, I’m using the term “understand” VERY loosely. In order to truly understand something, you should have a pretty good grasp on the ramifications of your actions… or be old enough to at least spell and define the word ‘ramifications.’
Alas, the bar keeps lowering. This is NOT the kind of limbo I’d ever sign up for.
“Penkoski [a father of a seven-year-old in the class] told the board, “The public schools think they have the right to usurp my authority as their father. This school does not have that right.”
Let’s just go ahead and hand kiddos a box of matches after teaching them about fire safety. That shouldn’t ignite anything at all (so punny, har har har).
Indoctrinating innocent, young children and encouraging them to essentially rely on government assistance (given that they follow suit with inevitably becoming single parents at a young age with this sort of suggestive material) is a little questionable, don’t ya think? It couldn’t possibly be because the Democratic Party’s votes heavily rely on that.
Keep in mind that these flyers completely left out abstinence as an option to be safe. Apparently avoiding consequences through means of morale is soooo last decade.
“Penkoski explained that his outrage was triggered by the flyer putting him in a position where he would have to explain sex to a child he felt was too young to start dealing with the issue. He continued, “I know liberals on this council, specifically, will say something like, ‘Well, schools teach reproduction.’ You are right. They do teach biological facts in regard to reproduction. This flyer is not talking about reproduction. It teaches birth control. I also can’t help but notice that abstinence is not on this list.”
Why don’t these schools just stick to teaching about the biology of the reproductive system instead of inserting their unwarranted narrative into the minds of children too immature to appropriately comprehend the given material? Yes, that was a good point AND an innuendo. You’re welcome.
Oof, the word “livid” doesn’t even do it justice.