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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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8/2/22  10:26 am
Commenter: Anonymous


Stop the madness. Do we really even needing to debate this? Where has common sense and decency gone? I grew up without any sexually explicit instruction or exposure at school and was able to enjoy being a child without all the confusion we are putting upon children today. The belief that we need to expose children to sexually explicit material at a young age is not found in what is best for the child it is found in adults who are trying to legitimize their own behavior. The fact that we want to confuse children at an young age with sexuality is reprehensible and criminal. The end of our culture is in sight when we justify damaging a child's innocence with gross immorality and confusion and for what reason; to satisfy something that is missing in our own lives. To somehow make up for the fact that we no longer know how to truly love each other. The selfishness that is promulgated by developing sexual appetites in young children will be need to be accounted for, either in this life or the one to come.

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