I Never Taught Sex Ed

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A little over 20 years ago, I did a great deal of substitute teaching at a certain suburban high school  in my county. I was in there practically every day, teaching all kinds of classes.

Except for “sex education.” No substitute was allowed to teach sex ed. If the teacher was absent, a vice principal would have to take the class.

And get this! The textbooks were never allowed to be taken out of the classroom. They were handed out to the kids when they came in and taken back when the class was over. The books never made it to a student’s locker. No parent was allowed to see them.

If anything good came out of the COVID panic, it’s this: Closing the schools and requiring “remote learning” at home finally clued parents in to what their kids were being “taught” in public school. Yeah–that scheme to have parents sign pledges not to listen in on their kids’ instruction, that went nowhere fast.

Today more parents than ever now know about the teachers’ unions’ penchant for “teaching” such abominations as critical race theory, “comprehensive sex education”, and indoctrination into socialism if not outright Marxism.

If your kids are still in public school after all this… Why?

3 comments on “I Never Taught Sex Ed

  1. I remember in high school when they first started teaching sex education. It was done under the rubric of Health. The boys watch a short film for them and the girls one for them – and that was it. I have to admit, my parents never talked to me about sex, so I learned it on the streets from my friends – not good.

  2. Yep: “If anything good came out of the COVID panic, it’s this: Closing the schools and requiring “remote learning” at home finally clued parents in to what their kids were being “taught” in public school. ” Agreed. If there’s one good that came from all this. What man and left meant for evil turns out to be for good for some Christian parents

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