Concerned Parents Are Trying To Block Outrageous New Sex-Ed To Be Taught In Virginia Schools
An outrageous sex-ed curriculum is going to be taught in Virginia schools, and it’s nothing short of mind-boggling as it defies biology. Prepare to do away with designated “male” and “female” labels. At Virginia’s Fairfax County Public Schools, the newest theory to be taught in sexual education for grades 7 through 12 is that a person’s sexual identity is interchangeable or “fluid.”
This concept proposed that people will change throughout a lifetime, which means you could feel like a woman one day and a male a next. Students in middle school will be learning concepts that parents may not be ready to address with their kids.
“Students will be provided definitions for sexual orientation terms heterosexuality, homosexuality, and bisexuality; and the gender identity term transgender,” the district’s recommendations state. “Emphasis will be placed on recognizing that everyone is experiencing changes and the role of respectful, inclusive language in promoting an environment free of bias and discrimination.”
Eighth graders will be taught that individual identity “occurs over a lifetime and includes the component of sexual orientation and gender identity.” There does appear to be some confusion at this point whether parents will be able to opt their children out of the classes.
A spokesman for the school board is quoted as saying they are able to opt out, while an advocate for traditional family values is quoted as saying they are not. The new curriculum is coupled with the school board voting last week to include gender identity in the district’s nondiscrimination policy, which many parents strongly opposed.
“Human beings are created male and female. But the current transgender ideology goes way beyond that. They’re telling us you can be both genders, you can be no gender, you can be a gender that you make up for yourself. And we’re supposed to affirm all of it,” explained Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council.
School Board spokesman John Torre, said that the school board vote had nothing to do with curriculum changes, and it was highly coincidental. I personally believe that none of this is by chance at all.
God created male and female, and there is no confusion that there are not other options with the rare exception of a congenital abnormality. We are born with male or female parts biologically and that is not up for a debate. What we are teaching our children is that there is no natural order and that is un-realistic. More