Schools Teach Porn, Perversion, Link to Sexually Explicit Chat Rooms

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More than ever, children are on the front lines of the new phase in an old sexual revolution. Now approved classroom books teach students that their sexuality is just fun and games, this as a society declines deeper and deeper into moral corruption. (Facebook photo)

In early 2009, Facebook quietly removed several innocent military games marketed to child-age Facebook users because they auto-linked to adult sexual hookup sights, drawing children gamers into contact with adult predators.

In 2019, school curricula references adult-content chatrooms where pervert-predators teach children that their sexual organs are fun to share with people you love and trust.

Through the past decade, our society has declined into a swamp of immorality in which the pervert-predators teach our nation’s children about sex: not moral issues regarding sex, but methods of having sex.

This week, California’s Department of Education voted against the clearly expressed anxieties of a majority of gathered parents and approved a system of sex education guidance principles that include explicit material regarding sexual acts.

Those principles instruct teachers to prioritize and highlight, or in other words, favor, transgender and homosexual beliefs of identity and behavior norms for all students to adhere to and respond to when tests and exams are given.

Transgender identity issues and methods of masturbation and coupling sex and other group sexual activities are part of what is taught as normal and healthy for children in middle schools and even for classes in later-year elementary school.

Homosexuals take pride in the fact that they have an extraordinary advantage of access to children through an educational system that is directed by left-wing authorities. (Facebook photo)

An example of the curricula is the book, S.E.X.: The All-You-Need-to-Know Sexuality Guide to Get You Through Your Teens and Twenties, featuring explicit descriptions of anal sex, bondage and other erotic activities.

The book includes information on its cover about author Heather Corinna and her chatty website Scarleteen.com.

She allows an open forum for underage youth to link up with her adult friends who teach children about fisting, preparing genitals for sexual penetration, how to give clear consent for sex and why sex feels good.

In one of her online discussions, a pervert-predator is celebrated for teaching children, “our genitals are so unique and cool, and a fun and exciting thing to share with people we love and trust.”

Corinna’s curriculum book available to teachers for use in class mirrors much of that sentiment and supports the open-sex perversion-predator agenda with chapter descriptions such as:

  • I Pledge Allegiance to Myself and the United State of My Sexuality: “make a bold choice . . . stand up for a . . . sexual life that you make and live exactly to fit and benefit the unique person that you are and anyone else that you decide to share it with.”
  • Introductory remarks noted by Corinna include, “The term abstinence is very rarely used in these pages.”
  • She answers the question, “is it ever too early?” with the line, “giving a book like this to a ten-year-old is unlikely to be in any way damaging, but probably won’t be very helpful either.”
  • Your Sexuality, Your Body: “Sexuality isn’t technically ‘adult’ or anything that pops out of the blue when someone reaches a certain age. It’s been with us from day one . . . Sexuality isn’t just about your genitals, though, or about having sex. . . .”


they might be into one or another form of genital intercourse or entry, external stimulation, oral sex, grinding, or something else entirely

In the author’s chat rooms that are referenced with link information on the cover of the book available in class as part of the curriculum, a discussion on “let’s talk about girldick” delves into issues of transgender girls with “dicks” or genitals that can be called a penis.

Issues include how the penis of some “girls” may not perform as a male penis if the “girl” has begun hormone treatments. At some point, a student’s sexual partner may have the genitalia removed, the students are informed.

“Sex with other people and our penises may require a shift, both in terms of what us or others might want to do and what we feel able to,” the pervert-predator, cited as Liz Duck-Chong, adds.

“Depending on how someone feels about their body and the ways they want to be sexually touched, they might be into one or another form of genital intercourse or entry, external stimulation, oral sex, grinding, or something else entirely.”

This exposure to sex education curriculum may be difficult to read. It may be seen as inappropriate for children to see. It is an approved part of the curricula that students in California are exposed to.

(Corinna’s book was removed from a list of required or expressly recommended curriculum resources because of protests, but it is still available to the schools and teachers to selectively use.)

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