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Guidance Document Change: The guidance document "Model Policies Concerning Instructional Materials with Sexually Explicit Content" was developed in conjunction with stakeholders in order to comply with SB656 (2022).
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7/16/22  11:52 am
Commenter: W.A.R.P. We are Respecter of People

Freedom of Speech/ Education of our children on sexual matters.

I want to express the importance of educating our children on sex and sexual touch. We as a country punish people for sex crimes yet we fail to educate our children on the importance off sex education. We don’t need to exclude sex talk we in fact need more educational information to help prevent sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sex when apporiate, sexting, sex before marriage, sex after marriage, responsibility after you have sex unprotected, false allegations of sexual assault and what to do in a dating relationship, age of consent with sex, what sexual abuse consists of, what inappropriate to look at on social media involving sexual internet stings and sexuality explicit materials. The real message is SEX is a hot topic and needs to be taught more we actually need more funding for sex education this would help eliminate a lot of sex offenses.

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