Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Department of Education
State Board of Education
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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7/24/22  6:27 pm
Commenter: Anonymous

Support Parent Notification

 Parents should definitely be notified of any sex education material being presented during the school year, and, have the option to allow their child to opt-out or opt-in to that particular class.  There shouldn't even be material out for our young, impressionable children showing them subjects of sexuality; gay/lesbian/transgender; etc. topics.  Let children be children and teach them the basics of education.  Sex Ed should be taught by a "parent" with the child asking questions when it gets confusing.  If you don't agree, then you are not doing your parenting job.  "Sex Ed" has been introduced to children throughout the years WITHOUT explicit material and it should remain that way.  God created male and female to be partners.  Same sex partners have to know this isn't right, and if they want to live differently, DON'T FORCE THEIR gross lifestyle down other's throats or try to make it sound like it's a natural thing.   This WOKE generation and way of thinking is ridiculous.   Thank you to all the legislatures who still have the guts and faith to uphold our Christian values.

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