Landmark Report: CSE programs in U.S. schools fail to demonstrate a reduction in pregnancy and STDs—some increase teen pregnancy and risky sexual behaviors.
The Washington Times
Upon returning to middle school from an orthodontist appointment to tighten his braces, 12-year-old Johnny struggles through a pre-algebra lecture then schlepps off to his health class where he is instructed in anal sex, oral sex, masturbation and sexual fantasy.
Is this the latest Hollywood dystopian movie? A chapter from a juvenile fiction bestseller?
No. This is the actual experience of countless public schoolchildren across the United States who are receiving graphic sexual instruction, courtesy of the U.S. government.
Welcome to Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), funded by our tax dollars and delivered via our federal Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program.
Most parents want their children to understand the negative health consequences of risky sexual behavior. But do we want our children, grandchildren — or any children for that matter — sexualized by their schoolteachers using a graphic CSE curriculum? Some of these programs, taught to children as young as 12, are so explicit they would violate FCC standards if shown on the evening news.
Subtly — and also not so subtly — they sexualize children by normalizing teen sex. Consider these excerpts from current federally funded TPP programs for middle-school students: READ MORE