School Takes Kids on Field Trip to Sex Shop

What would you expect if you enrolled your child in something called the Gaia Democratic School?

Well, the few Minneapolis parents who did that recently found out: the director of this newly-created private school–would you believe the name Starri Hedges?–took the kiddies on a field trip to the Smitten Kitten, an adult book store ( ).

Parents are now kind of cheesed off that their children were exposed to serious pornography, and are demanding the director’s resignation.

But what did they expect?

Well-to-do liberals are way behind Christians and conservatives when it comes to setting up private schools. Why bother? The far-left teacher unions control America’s public schools. They might as well be “progressive” private schools, only with much lousier food served in the cafeteria.

Some of these parents wish to protect their children from evangelization for precocious sexuality by putting them in public school. Dream on.

When it comes to “sex education,” the only difference between the Gaia Democratic School and a public school is that Gaia brought the kids to the adult book store, but the public school brings the adult book store into the classroom.

What–you don’t believe it? Because if you believed it, you’d have a hard time justifying your decision to keep your kids in public school.

Believe it.

Here is a 2010 news report of a New Jersey sex educators’ conference… . Read it.

I very much doubt it’s gotten any better in five years–only now they may be moving on from leading children into homosexuality, in favor of “transgender” perversion.

I know, I know–“Well, that certainly doesn’t happen at our school!”

But if it hasn’t happened in your town yet, don’t worry–it will. It will.

3 comments on “School Takes Kids on Field Trip to Sex Shop

  1. Wow! That is amazing. When I was in school, for one thing, the “sex shop” was not in a part of town safety-conscious people would care to visit, and had the school taken students to such a place there would have been pandemonium until everyone associated lost their job and their teaching credentials.

    Your article at Chalcedon, was eye opening. These people have accepted behaviors I don’t care to even contemplate. As my life has gone by, I’ve come to realize that sex is, foremost, about the family; forming an emotional bond and procreating new life. These matters are sacred.

    Pleasure is certainly part of it, and a gift from God, but sex is not simply a matter of pleasure. I believe that many people have forgotten the dignity our forebears possessed. They were not old fuddy-duddy types, but they were not given over to unrestrained pleasure seeking either. The Puritans, which include some of my ancestry, are frequently thought of as symbols of restraint, but they understood sex to be a gift from God and were not against sex for enjoyment, as long as it remained in harmony with biblical standards, which is to say limited to marriage.

    I could not imagine having a child in today’s public schools.

    1. I don’t have heart trouble, but I think I might want to have some nitroglycerin tablets ready to slip under my tongue, just in case. 🙂

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