Parents infuriated after controversial sex worksheet given out at Oklahoma middle school

Oct 26, 2017 by

by Sara Gonzales, The Blaze: Jay Middle School in Jay, Oklahoma, is under fire from some parents who say the school took a sex education class way too far. Parent Mandy Callihan posted on Facebook that her 12-year-old daughter came to her in tears earlier this month after she was too embarrassed...

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We Corrupt Our Children But Turn Our College Students Into Babies

Oct 24, 2017 by

by Matt Walsh, Daily Wire: In our society, we expect our children to be adults but our adults to be children. We protect college students from opposing ideas but we make no effort to protect elementary school students from all manner of perversion and deviancy. We provide safe spaces at...

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Bringing Sex Ed Home: Let’s Talk About the Talk

Oct 22, 2017 by

by Eric Metaxas, LifeSite: There’s a battle raging right now over sex education, and our kids are in the line of fire. “Your teacher told you what?” These are the first words of too many parents when they discover what their teens and pre-teens are learning in health class....

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Open letter on relationships education in England

Oct 10, 2017 by

From Coalition for Marriage. This morning [10th October] the Daily Telegraph published the following letter, coordinated by the Coalition for Marriage and SPUC Safe at School, advising the Government to re-think relationships education in England: Parents and guardians must retain the fundamental...

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Teach Schoolchildren About PrEP, The HIV Prevention Drug, Says Major New Report

Sep 28, 2017 by

by Patrick Strudwick, BuzzFeed: HIV Scotland’s recommendations include new laws making sex education compulsory in all schools and ensuring pupils know about PrEP. A major new report from Scotland’s largest HIV policy organisation has recommended that pupils in secondary schools are...

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Fifty years of Sex Education: Where are we and how did we get here?

Aug 1, 2017 by

by Gill Robins, Christian Concern: Wind the school clock back fifty years to 27 July 1967. The Sexual Offences Act 1967 gains Royal Assent and homosexual practice is no longer illegal. Based on the current zeitgeist, you might expect that schools would be encouraged to hold Pride parties, to make...

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