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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7/26/22  9:48 am
Commenter: no "sexually explicit" materials should be part of curriculum(read comment)

support- stop making this about marginalized people not having "sexually explicit" representation

people love to fire up the feeble minded who are unable to think critically and eat up every bit of divisive agenda fed to them. "what if this leads to explicit LGBTQ sexual material not being presented in the classroom, that's so discriminatory". say that out loud, and really digest what that is asking for. this argument makes no sense. it's like arguing that all poison manufacturers be given an equitable share in the ingredient content in school lunches. none of it is good for the children. no sexually explicit material should be part of curriculum. don't be blinded by the agenda argument, parents should be notified of sexually explicit and all materials that are being presented and given a choice to opt out. 

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