(Tea Party 247) – Here in the United States, the disturbing, perverted, and utterly depraved trend of highly graphic sex ed classes has been spreading like wildfire through America’s classrooms.
Children are exposed to information on things like blood play, bondage, homosexuality, and other topics that have absolutely no place in a public school classroom, let alone anywhere children and young adults may happen to be.
When they’re not ushering in drag queens to teach them how to do makeup they’re passing out probing surveys about their drug use, self-harm, or various types of sexual contact they may have had.
The state of America’s schools is in shambles.
And they want to blame traditional heteronormativity and capitalism for our country’s problems?!
Over in the UK, the trend has been much of the same, and soon, parents in Wales and England will have no option as to whether or not their children are exposed to state-sponsored sex or religious education.
This is absolute tyranny.
The BBC reports:
Parents will no longer have the right to withdraw children from lessons about relationships, sexuality and religion, the Welsh Government has confirmed.
Education Minister Kirsty Williams said the move would be tested next year before becoming statutory when the new curriculum is launched in 2022.
Parents are currently able to request their children do not take part in sex and religious education.
Parents have greeted the announcement with mixed opinions.
Sally Stephenson, a mother of a 13-year-old and 15-year-old from Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, told BBC Radio Wales Breakfast with Claire Summers: “I just think it’s a really good idea to teach children about different religions and different relationships.
“I want them to understand that we are all different and there are people who lives different lives to us and most importantly I want them to be open-minded and respectful of other people and their beliefs.”
But Russell Williams, father to a 10-year-old and four-year-old from Cardigan, Ceredigion, told the programme: “I don’t think it can be taken as a one size fits all decision.
“There should be discussions involved, different schools have different levels of ethnic diversity and sexual diversity.
“There should be local level discussions as to whether you can take your children out of these classes. I don’t think it’s simply yes or no.”
When it comes to the role parents play in the classroom, they should always have the ultimate say in what their children participate in.
But you’d think at th is point it would be common sense among any adult to see that 11-year-olds don’t need to learn.