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IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL: Classroom Sexual Abuse of Minors

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IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL: Classroom Sexual Abuse of Minors

During Easter week, a bill was passed which beggars belief.  Minnesota House Democrats voted in favor of teaching pornography and sexual perversion as part of the Minnesota House Education Omnibus Bill, HF2400, the offending section of which is a two-page mandate requiring “Sexual Health Education” curriculum, also known as Comprehensive Sex Ed (CSE). 

Simply put, CSE is pornographic. And by "pornographic" I don't mean in the hyperbolic sense of an exaggerated description of something which maybe a few Mormon or Fundamentalist Christian groups might find offensive.  No, this is the real thing, i.e., sketched images of men and women engaging in what back in the 1980's was known as "kinky sex"-- what civilized people (if they mentioned it at all) would have called perversion, a word which no longer seems to phase anyone. 

But if teaching 4th grade kids the ins and outs of sodomy does not rise to the level of perversion, then quite obviously "perversion" has no meaning. 

According to the Child Protection League (CPL), the CSE “unapologetically promotes abortion, white privilege ideology, gender identity and LGBT to children aged from kindergarten to 12th grade.”

"The CSE mandate," writes Julie Quist, "forces dangerous, gender-confused ideology on all K-12 schools. It promotes abortion, explicit and graphic sexual activities, and step by step instructions on how to engage in vaginal, oral and anal sex with never a hint of disapproval or caution."

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At the center of the CSE curriculum debate is a book called, "It's Perfectly Normal",  which is endorsed by Planned Parenthood and boasts of “more than one million copies in print”. The book contains explicit drawings of the male and female anatomy and covers such topics as vaginal, oral and anal sex, homosexuality and abortion which will be taught to elementary students as part of CSE. "It's Perfectly Normal" was written in 1995 by Robie Harris, who was a member of Planned Parenthood’s National Board of Advocates. A new edition of the book states it is “updated for the 21st century” on the cover.

normal(Author's Note: For obvious reasons, our editor will not allow images from this CSE text to be posted on this site. Lest the reader think I exaggerate, however, click here. WARNING: The pictures are censored but still graphic. They are uncensored, of course, in the official Planned Parenthood-approved book. TM

Surprise, surprise, the sexual degenerates at Planned Parenthood spawned the CSE curriculum and are now lobbying hard for its inclusion in this legislation.

According to CPL, the ultimate goal of CSE is to change the sexual and gender norms of society. CSE is a “rights-based” approach to sex education and promotes sexual “rights” to children at the expense of their mental, emotional and sexual health.

You probably won’t have heard about it yet, since CSE was stealthily introduced (as these things usually are) under cover of an omnibus bill of miscellaneous educational improvements and while most Minnesota residents were distracted by Easter celebrations and preparing their children for the final month of the 2018-19 school year.

Here’s DeplorableHousewives’s take on it:

It comes as no surprise that CSE [was] secretly pushed through the democrat-controlled House. Planned Parenthood serves as a spigot of money for democrat candidates and causes and uses our tax dollars to do so. Democrats are looking to insert perversion and promiscuity into public schools to keep funneling a never-ending supply of young vulnerable women to Planned Parenthood, thereby ensuring an infinite money stream to the democrat party.

Subtlety’s not Planned Parenthood's thing. 

"It's Perfectly Normal" is in fact anything but, and it includes detailed language and illustrations of homosexual acts, male and female self-pleasure, pornography and abortion, all of which are introduced in a lighthearted tone and a very positive light.

So this is where the long trail of tears of classroom sex-ed -- condemned by Pope Pius XI in Casti Connubii back in 1930 -- finally ended up. Far from teaching children the mere biology of human reproduction, classroom sex-ed is now an Alfred Kinsey fantasyland which includes detailed instruction on sodomy and abortion for prepubescent children. It's the sort of X-rated stuff that used to land people in jail and had Kinsey himself hiding in his attic to conduct his "research".  

Even the sex-ed of the 1980s and 90s seems positively PG in comparison.  And all can clearly see, finally, why Christian parents of that generation protested public school classroom sex-ed, especially the traditional Catholics who were dismissed as "puritanical", "paranoid" and "repressed" for their trouble.

Well, they've been fully vindicated. They were absolutely right.  They said classroom sex-ed was the beginning of the end of our civilization, and now here we are -- drowning in a social and moral toilet, where "educators" are teaching 10-year-olds that pornography is a good outlet and abortion is a normal thing. They've even got four-color textbooks now, with entire chapters dedicated to exploratory self-pleasure and same-sex options which I cannot describe here without violating decency laws that are probably still on the books in Minnesota.

What the literal hell is going on here?  And who's going to be entrusted with teaching this stuff to our kids? Perhaps the gentleman ex-convict who was my public school teacher back in the 4th grade? Somehow he passed the background checks and ended up with full access to me and my classmates before parents got wise to him and he was finally "reassigned". 

Or how about Mark Berndt and Martin Springer of Miramonte elementary in Los Angeles, California. These two "educators", according to "made national news with their cases of graphic sexual abuse in the school. Berndt taught children for 30 years before his arrest."

Or how about these guys, also profiled by 

  • Jason Fennes, a former first grade teacher in Morris county, New Jersey, was arrested for sexually abusing one of this six-year-old students in 2005. According to the victim, the abuse incidents happened during class. One incident happened in the school bathroom, and the other happened when Fennes made her sit on his lap while the rest of the class did an art project. 
  • Daniel Acker Jr., a retired elementary teacher in Shelby county, Alabama, has admitted to groping little girls on at least 20 occasions, including an incident in 1992 where the community rallied around him, and he was allowed to keep teaching. He has a stellar community service record in the schools where he worked and in the churches where he served, but that’s not unusual for child molesters. He was arrested January 4th. 
  • Brett Picou, teacher aide in P.S. 52 in Queens, accused of sexually abusing six 9 and 10 year old girls.
  • Taleek Brooks, school aide in P.S. 243 in Brooklyn, charged with creating child pornography in a classroom and with possession of child porn.

Stop Educator Abuse Misconduct & Exploitation (SESAME) has compiled alarming statistics on sexual abuse in public schools nationwide, reporting that nearly 500 educators were arrested in 2015. They report:

Of children in 8th through 11th grade, about 3.5 million students (nearly 7%) surveyed reported having had physical sexual contact from an adult (most often a teacher or coach). The type of physical contact ranged from unwanted touching of their body, all the way up to sexual intercourse.

This statistic increases to about 4.5 million children (10%) when it takes other types of sexual misconduct into consideration, such as being shown pornography or being subjected to sexually explicit language or exhibitionism.

I’ve got a question or two for the folks in the Planned Parenthood abortion industry--you who played the wounded saints during the clerical sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church:  What do you think of the idea of state governments giving every Catholic priest in America a copy of "It's Perfectly Normal", along with instructions to teach 4th graders about masturbation and gay sex? Is that okay with you? If not, why not? There are significantly more cases of minors being abused in public schools than in the Catholic parishes.  So, what's the problem?  

If your sex-ed program is the type of thing to which an 8-year-old girl can be exposed, how can you sit on your high horse and say that child molestation is wrong? Child sexual abuse, also called child molestation, is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation. Sexual abuse can happen without the adult ever even touching the child.

Creepy middle-aged men in trench coats, hanging out by children's playgrounds, weren't necessarily arrested and sent off to jail for physically touching anyone. Remember what a pervert looked like back in the day? Well, he's not out skulking around behind the jungle gym anymore.  He's in the classroom, teaching this little girl how to masturbate: 

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Society used to regard sexual molestation as evil because it robs the child of her innocence—the psychological consequences of which have a seemingly infinite number of extremely detrimental variations. It is also, often, physically harmful and very, very scary.

Has society decided that the manner in which a child is exposed makes all the difference? Well, in the middle of what seems to be an across-the-board epidemic of sexual predation by educators, supervisors and—yes—clergy, Minnesota is going to slap this book into the hands of public-school teachers and hope for the best? At the very least, our kids are being put in dangerous situations where sex talk and graphic images will surely stir up all sort of ugly thoughts, things and unwanted attention. 

Because, of course, twice-divorced Mr. Peterson, 4th grade homeroom, can certainly explain masturbation to little Susie without being “stimulated” by it.  Let's just see what happens. 

By the way, Mr. Peterson will look something like this clown: 

Bottom line? History will look back on this as the moment when America started institutionalizing child molestation. Even according to Planned Parenthood, we’re now living in a “rape culture”. But rather than take steps to actually protect kids, we're going to expose them to very real psychological, moral and spiritual harm in classrooms everywhere.  And this we call "progressive." 

Hey, teachers, leave those kids alone! 

One consolation. Not everyone in the Minnesota House has lost their minds. Here's a voice of sanity, Representative Eric Lucero, God bless him:


Well played, Minnesota!  No wonder the home-school movement is booming in the land of ten thousand lakes.


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