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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Government Middle School Sex Indoctrination Statists

Government mandated compulsory public school education is patently unconstitutional in my opinion. It violates the First Amendment Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Association clauses of the United States Constitution. It also clearly violates the Fifth Amendment due process clause by wrongfully depriving innocent persons of their liberty.
The state has no legitimate business forcing its political and educational agenda upon a free people. It does so for the purpose of compelling personal conformance to the dictates of the collective; controlling and depriving the people of their right to freedom of thought and individuality during their formative years.
Of course, every child should have the benefit of a basic education, to acquire the ability to read, write and reckon, but that instruction and all other educational input should remain private and at the sole discretion of the child’s parents until the age of majority. If parents cannot afford to pay for it I have no objection to the government paying for basic education in a private secular setting.
But government statists are not satisfied with compelling merely a basic education to their tender young captives. They want to meddle with and interfere into the most intimate and private aspects of each child’s life, including their sex lives.
Government statists actually want to teach your kids, i.e. indoctrinate children as young as 12 years old, or even younger, on what to think and do about every aspect of sex.
I’m not talking about teaching them the basic concepts of human biological reproduction here. That has its rightful place in biology class. This is about the government teaching your children about its own collective ideas regarding, among other things, oral, anal, vaginal sex.
Statists don’t trust parents to teach their young children about sexual matters when it becomes appropriate to do so. They don’t trust children to learn some things for themselves just as children, including my own generation, have done for millions of years. That’s part of the joy of sex – finding out for oneself how to accomplish the specifics. After all, it’s no one else’s business. It’s private. It’s intimate. It’s individual.
“We don’t care about that,” say the compulsory education statists in Houston Texas today. Hundreds of parents there are outraged, and rightly so, over a new sex education program that teaches 12-year-old children about oral, anal and vaginal sex – and uses a graphic curriculum to instruct students on how to use condoms.
The new curriculum is called, “It’s Your Game, Keep It Real.” You see, they might as well trivialize sex while they’re at it. It’s a game.
“We don’t need the school district showing the kids how to put on condoms,” said one parent. “This is very alarming.”
I agree; especially in view of the fact that it is far and away easier for a teenager to put on a condom when the time is right than for a 5-year-old to tie his own shoes or put on galoshes. Any respectable moron can put on a condom.
“I started looking at the curriculum and I got this sense of dread,” said the parent. “I thought, ‘oh my gosh, what is it that they are putting in front of our kids?’” She’s referring to videos which include cursing and slang, and actors dressed provocatively. “It has heavy petting and making out – and this is the seventh grade curriculum.”
Some of the video was so graphic that a Houston television station was unable to air footage from the curriculum, she said.
“I think its soft porn when they have a girl on the couch and she says, ‘Let me help you put the condom on,’” said another parent. “They’re teaching them oral, anal and vaginal sex… They’re teaching them all kinds of sex.”
Well of course they are. They’re the government middle school sex indoctrination statists.


  1. Quote from article: "If parents cannot afford to pay for it I have no objection to the government paying for basic education in a private secular setting."

    And thus, we begin the slide down the slippery slope. "Government paying"? What does that even mean? "Basic"? "Secular"? I bet if you talk to the people providing this sex education, they'll tell you they believe it's both basic and secular. Courts have ruled many times that many school activities some people consider religous are secular and/or only ceremonial. And what is more basic than procreation?

    I have a better idea. If some people can't afford private education, you give them some of your money to pay for it. That's all that's really happening when the "government" pays for it. Then you can put any restrictions you want on how your money is spent.

    If people are really interested in helping poor children go to school, then there should be plenty of people ready to pay for it without state coercion and violence.

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