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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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7/19/22  9:29 am
Commenter: Arlene Azarcon

We support this bill… for the sake of preserving science and not feelings
 

Our schools have become polluted by social pressures of “lifestyles” versus containing should be meant for education…sex education should be based on science and biology, the makeup of human anatomy and it’s functions versus what someone’s lifestyle is. If one sees pedophilia as their lifestyle should that be taught as acceptable and normal in schools?  Or beasteology?  Or whatever else one feels like? Where’s the limit?  Where’s the truth?  The social pressure of certain political views and organizations have twisted and prevented teachers rights to teach as they should. The majority rules.  If there are people who choose to live alternative lifestyles, so be it… they can teach their own kids their lifestyle views at home … but that should not affect the majority of our society and distort the basic and fundamental truths.  Yes other peoples lifestyles that cause headline news can be acknowledged as alternative lifestyles that exist, but it should not take the lead over our kids education.  It’s like “when in Rome”.  Majority rules. The country’s root foundation rules.  Not alternative foundations.  Because of the political and social pressures that are now polluting and twisting our kids education… parents should be involved and heard. Explicit content has gone past the boundaries of what kind of explicit content is being deemed as education or warped views for the majority.  There has to be standards of fundamental truths, not “anything goes”. This is not America if so.  So yes we support these initiatives.

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