Some Jew somewhere decided this witch is to be your overlord
If the kids don’t learn anal, then how will they know where to ram their penises?
Children in New York could be conditioned to accept gender fluidity as young as five years old and receive explicit lessons about sex acts before their teens, if newly-introduced Democrat legislation becomes law.
The New York Post reports that state Sen. Samra Brouk has proposed a bill that would require “comprehensive sexuality instruction for students in grades K-12” based on sex-ed standards written by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS).
The staff from this NGO looks exactly like you’d expect
“I am greatly concerned about the unacceptably high incidence of relationship violence, sexual harassment and assault, and online bullying in our society today,” Brouk claims. “We must equip the next generation with the skills and education they will need to thrive.”
However, a review of the SIECUS standards reveals that the material goes far beyond lessons against violence, harassment, or bullying. It calls for 5-year-olds to be taught about “gender identity,” 8-year-olds to be taught about puberty-blocking drugs, and 11-year-olds to be taught about “vaginal, oral, and anal sex,” “queer, two-spirit, asexual, [and] pansexual” gender identities, and the use of condoms and other contraceptive methods.
The standards also appear to suggest that children should be able to make life-altering medical decisions without the knowledge or consent of their parents.
“All adolescents have a right to comprehensive, developmentally and culturally appropriate, confidential support and sexual health services,” the document says. “And, if pregnant, young people have the right to comprehensive pregnancy options counseling and all related services. The updated NSES have thoughtfully taken into consideration that young people — including young people who are pregnant or parenting — should have decision-making power in their reproductive health and their decision to determine if, when, and under what circumstances they do or do not want to parent.”
If the legislation is enacted, “we would be outsourcing our curriculum to this outside organization,” Republican state Assemblyman Michael Reilly said. “That’s a concern.”
Yeah, that’s what you should be worried about.
That’s the main concern here.
Republicans typically shill for everything to be privatized, but when they’re asked what they think about teaching anal assault to 5-year-olds, they say “well, we don’t want a private company in charge of education” – because they’re sure as hell not going to say “THESE KIKES ARE TRYING TO TURN YOUR KIDS INTO FAGGOTS!”