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Graphic sex education poster just the latest in schools abusing the right to teach kids

A Kansas family’s outrage over  a sex education poster in their daughter’s middle school raises awareness of the increasing inclusion of pornography and foul language in education children on sex.

“How do people express their sexual feelings?” the poster read. Underneath the question was a list of possible answers. Some were G-rated, like hugging, holding hands and talking. But there were also some NC-17 answers like “vaginal intercourse, anal sex, touching each other’s genitals, oral sex, sexual fantasy and caressing.”

Sex Education sexual feelings poster anal sex intercourse graphicEllis told Fox’s Todd Starnes that the sexual acts listed on the poster were “outrageous for 13-year-old children.”

“I looked at my wife, we looked at each other and I was hoping it was a prank a student had pulled,” he said.

Ellis discovered that not only was the poster legitimate, it was also part of the approved curriculum at the middle school.

“It makes me wonder what our country has come to when kids get something like this thrown in front of them,” he said.

The poster has been removed and a spokeswoman for the Kansas school district, Leigh Anne Neal, explained that the poster is one small part of the school’s curriculum for middle schoolers — and it’s supposed to be part of a larger lesson, not a standalone resource. Neal pointed out that a teacher-led discussion about these type of sexual expressions would provide important context for the terms that appear on the poster.

“It’s just a poster — eye-popping, but it’s better they show us now than later on,” eighth-grader Lyssa Watland told a local Fox affiliate. “There are kids honestly that are my age who are sexually active and they don’t know the consequences.”

Kansas is hardly along with their “riske” sex education: Chicago begins sex education in kindergarten, including discussions on gender identity and sexual orientation, New York teaches about the lesbian kiss as well as pansexuals versus genderqueers, the Common Core approved book ‘The Bluest Eye’ centers on rape incest and worse and oh yeah, the condom turkey at Thanksgiving is commonplace in many public schools.

In Maine, a “gay sex talk” for middle-schoolers became so graphic, the district had to issue an apology. Read more on that here.

Overseas Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions in America, has rolled out sex ed beginning at age 5, teaching that there is nothing wrong with China’s one child law.

It’s a little hard to know where the boundries are anymore. Schools don’t seem to know their place and responsibility as educators, feeling that there is nothing that they cannot discuss or what age to discuss it.

Meanwhile we have kids having sex earlier and earlier, increases in sexual harassment and a massive rise in teachers having sex with their students.

Maybe we should revamp the entire program, since it doesn’t sound like much is working correctly.

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- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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