Reporting on the controversy, Michael Foust writes:
Among the more controversial elements, the proposal says kindergarteners would learn the "basic reproductive body parts (penis, vagina, breast, nipples, testicles, scrotum, uterus)" and first-graders would learn "human beings can love people of the same gender & people of another gender." Fifth-graders would learn that "sexual intercourse includes but is not limited to vaginal, oral, or anal penetration" and seventh-graders would learn about Supreme Court opinions on abortion and "reproductive health."
Among the other controversial elements of the Helen, Mont., policy:
-- Kindergarteners would learn "a baby grows in a woman's uterus."
-- Third-graders would learn "the ovary produces eggs and the testicles produce sperm."
-- Fifth-graders would learn that "sexual orientation refers to a person's physical and/or romantic attraction to an individual of the same and/or different gender, and is one part of one's personality."
-- Sixth-graders would learn that "the penis, fingers, tongue or objects" can be used in sex. They would also learn that "gender identity is different from sexual orientation."
-- Beginning with seventh-graders, students would discuss Supreme Court decisions that have given people "the right to make personal decisions concerning sexuality & reproductive health matters, such as abortion, sterilization, and contraception."
-- Ninth-graders would begin learning that "erotic images in art reflect society's views about sexuality & help people understand sexuality."
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It boggles the mind. But these are the consequences of the government taking on the responsibilities that belong to parents.