The California Department of Education will adopt a new K-12 health curriculum framework, which will radically transform the way public school students are indoctrinated to think about gender and sexuality. This written set of goals and objectives, revamped in light of the state’s new LGBT affirming sex education law (the Healthy Youth Act), will guide curriculum development over the next decade.
For children of Christian/Catholic/Jewish/Muslim/LDS and other conservative minded parents, many of these new health lessons will contradict the values being taught at home.
Religious values such as marital fidelity, abstinence outside of marriage and celebrating differences between male and female come under subtle (and not so subtle) attack. For instance, students are taught about types of abuse they should avoid, which may be “emotional, physical, sexual or spiritual.”
Examples of religious abuse include,
- Forcing others to adhere to rigid gender roles.
- Not allowing a partner to do things they enjoy.
- Imply that students should have only one sex partner at a time — “Some students may be non-monogamous and the term “partner(s)” may also be used to be more inclusive.” [Please be aware the SINGLE GREATEST RISK for contracting sexually transmitted infections is NUMBER OF LIFETIME PARTNERS.]