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Public School Sex Ed Gone Wild: Condoms for 1st Graders

| by Jill Stanek

In a world gone mad the solution to our 50-year grossly failed social experiment of comprehensive sex and widespread contraception distribution is to up the ante.

So we see the Providence, MA, public school system launching a program next year to distribute condoms to kids as young as 6, specifically overriding parental involvement. According to NYDailyNews.com on June 22:

[T]he school committee has unanimously adopted a condom distribution policy beginning as early as first grade....

The committee also directed school leaders not to honor demands from parents who object to their kids receiving protection....

 
More from the Boston Globe:

Superintendent Beth Singer, who wrote the policy... insists that if an especially young child requests a condom, the nurse will ask the student's motive and act accordingly.

"If that were to happen, we would deal with it in a professional and appropriate way," she said. "I don't anticipate that this policy is going to affect youngsters. It's there for adolescents.... We do know from research" that children now have sex at a younger age.


Meanwhile I'm realizing Planned Parenthood of the Heartland is really into visuals. First it devised telemed RU-486 abortions, and then one of its sex ed instructors got carried away with sexually explicit photos and anatomical demonstrations to teens as young as 14. According to Fox:

Parent[ ]... Colleen Dostal... was most upset over the instructor simulating sexual acts using stuffed animals designed to resemble STD's.

"I do not understand why any adult with a classroom of children would show them sexual positions," she told Fox News Radio. "I think that's horribly inappropriate."

As for the photographs, "I believe some of those photos were pornographic," she said....

"I understand it's a state law that sex education be taught but it is also state mandated that parents be told that this is going to happen and we were not told."...

Scott Gray, whose 16-year-old son was in the class [said], "As far as we were concerned, it wasn't sex ed, it was sex demonstration...."


PP instructor Jennifer Horner followed her company's playbook and denied denied denied. According to lexch.com:

... Horner... who instructed the week-long sex education class, said the bulk of the allegations levied at that meeting were simply not true.

"I understand that things get turned around and twisted," said Horner....

Horner also responded to some specific allegations, such as the fact that she was attributed as saying PP is proud to be the #1 provider of abortions in America.

"Not even close. I would never say that," she said....

According to parents... Horner also taught students the idea that "another definition of abstinence means using a condom."

Horner said that too is not accurate....

She said it is important in a mix-gender class for students to understand about one another's bodies....

"Things can get turned around, ideas can get turned around," she said....