This is the filthy, disgusting work of the luciferian common core curriculum, funded by the Gates Foundation and backed by the satanic-infested U.S. government. Sexualizing children is a despicable act of depravity, and teaching them to stick their penis in someone's asshole while lying to them about how "pleasurable" it is to get fucked up the ass and have human shit all over them -- well, I just want to throw up.
This makes me fighting mad. Do you see where this country is going folks? Do you see the insidious takeover of the minds of American children by the pornographic/Jewish-led/luciferian agenda? Do you see the infiltration of absolute FILTH moving into the school system -- i.e., the very same system you give your children over to so that you can go and attend to other, more important things?
Report: Chicago schools teaching ‘safe’ anal sex to 5th graders
CHICAGO – A graphic sexual education curriculum meant for Chicago Public Schools’ (CPS) fifth and sixth graders shocked parents during a presentation given during “report card pickup “at the Andrew Jackson Language Academy.
cps6-300x194The presentation included slides that are clearly not age appropriate, and include “demonstrations” of applying male and female condoms (FC), DNAinfo reports.
While CPS spokesman Bill McCaffrey said in a statement that the “objectionable material presented at Andrew Jackson Language Academy this week is not and never was part of the student sexual education curriculum” as reported at the local NBC affiliate, the slides shown to parents are also posted at Waters Elementary School as part of the “Sexual Health Education” curriculum for “Grade 6.”
Links to K-8 sex ed lessons can be found here. It should be noted that Waters elementary indicates that they “opted out” of the condom demonstrations, which adds to speculation that the demonstrations were indeed a part of the curriculum.
Fifth and sixth graders are also assured that the “morning after pill” is “NOT an abortion pill,” and that “Youth 12 years of age or older can receive sexual health and reproductive services without parental consent.”
The female condom seems to be particularly relevant to the presentation, as there are a considerable number of slides dedicated to this particular form of birth control.
Some of the praise lavished on the FC is that it can be inserted “hours before vaginal sex, so you don’t have to interrupt foreplay to be safe!” The FC, according to the presentation, is great for “Women, men, transgender folk,” and you can use if you are “gay” or “straight.”
Some screenshots of some of the graphic slides (Page 42 is too graphic to be shown here):
Watch a local broadcast featuring parents who were shown the presentation here.
Originally published at Liberty Unyielding
Fifth-Grade Sex Ed Plan Horrifies Chicago Parents Who Say It's Obscene
NEAR WEST SIDE — Parents at a Near West Side school say they are "shocked" and "horrified" after viewing a new sex education curriculum intended for fifth-graders, saying the way the information is presented is over the top and not age-appropriate.
During report card pickup Wednesday at Andrew Jackson Language Academy, the school hosted several parent workshops, including an afternoon meeting on Chicago Public Schools' newest sex ed curriculum.
At one point, parents could view materials intended for students. A binder labeled as the curriculum for students in fifth grade touted the benefits of female condoms for extending sex and increasing pleasure and encouraged using lubrication.
The chairwoman of the Local School Council, Angela Bryant, called the way the information was to be presented to students "appalling" and not age-appropriate.
Bryant said she is in favor of health education that explains sex in an informative way, but said that the CPS handouts were composed "in a manner that actually is piquing curiosity about sexual pleasure."
In a statement Friday afternoon, CPS officials said that the objectional material presented at Jackson was a mistake.
"It is not and never was part of the student sexual education curriculum," CPS spokesman Bill McCaffrey wrote. "It was mistakenly downloaded and included in the parent presentation, and we agree with parents it is not appropriate for elementary school students."
But a slideshow posted on another school's website, the Waters Elementary School, includes all five of the objectionable slides in a Powerpoint presentation. According to the school's website, the slideshows contain lessons and handouts presented to students in April 2014.
Waters opted out of teaching contraception at the school in fifth grade, and the materials were presented to sixth grade classes, according to the school's website.
Dr. Stephanie Whyte, chief officer of student health and wellness at CPS, plans to schedule a meeting with Jackson's staff to review the curriculum by grade. A community meeting will also be planned, McCaffrey said.
Under the new sex ed guidelines, 5th grade students are typically taught about contraception, McCaffrey confirmed. The discussion includes use of female condoms, he said.
Officials have said parents can opt their children out of school sex-ed classes by providing written notice to a school.
Parents were notified of Wednesday's presentation in a letter from school principal Mathew Ditto. The letter said a CPS representative would be at the meeting where "we will share the lessons and information that will be taught to your child." CPS has said some of the lessons are even intended for children in kindergarten.
The letter said the topics included personal safety, human reproduction and childbirth, puberty, abstinence and healthy relationships. Fourth-graders and above would also learn information about HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections.
Students in fifth grade and above would also learn about contraception and pregnancy prevention, and lessons would include a condom demonstration, the letter stated.
Bryant, the local school council chairwoman, was one of just 20 parents who attended the meeting. She said lesson plans were presented in a binder while the CPS representative spoke about the curriculum, which the school plans to implement starting in January. Each curriculum binder was labeled by grade level, she said.
But some of the information disturbed parents at the meeting, leading one to snap photos of five pages in the binder that included a lesson plan for fifth-graders.
One of the pages, titled "Feel Good Reasons to Use FCs [Female Condoms]," included how to make sexual intercourse last longer and read: "Once you pop, you don't have to stop!"
The page included a drawing of a woman lifting up a 1950s-style house dress next to a smoking grill and read: "Feel the heat! FCs adjust to your body temperature, so you and your partner can both feel the heat."
Another page reads: "Got issues? Lube! Lube! Lube!"
Bryant said she was "offended" and horrified" that the "obscene" curriculum was intended for the school's fifth-grade children, who are typically 10 or 11 years old.
"The curriculum is appalling," Bryant said. "The language to me was the most offensive part initially. Pop and lube, lube lube, and those kid of things. ... [It] serves to rob many of our children of their innocence."
"The language for me is very much concerning to me as a parent. The content goes beyond what I feel is age-appropriate for a fifth-grader," said Bryant, who has two children who attend the school, which has 565 students.
An additional page in the binder instructs students how to use female condoms for anal sex.
Another Jackson parent, who asked not to be named, said she considers herself a liberal parent, but the curriculum slides were too much.
"I'm appalled. ... It doesn't necessarily meet the kids where they are at," she said. "Talking about lube and the heat that would be generated by using a female condom is not appropriate for a fifth-grader."
Parents said they had more questions about the curriculum; the school might hold another meeting. For example, parents weren't sure who would be teaching the information or how the information in the binders would be presented to students.
A CPS teacher who did not want to be named confirmed that the new sex ed curriculum was implemented in fifth-grade classes at her North Side school during the last school year.
"Parents were really upset," the teacher said.
In a 2013 press release, CPS officials said implementation of this type of comprehensive education policy "helps to reduce school-level incidents of sexual misconduct and harassment and positively impact rates of [sexually transmitted diseases] and unintended pregnancy among Chicago’s youth."
At a board meeting in February 2013 where the new curriculum was approved, Whyte presented statistics showing that Cook County ranks first nationally for rates of gonorrhea and syphilis among all counties and second in Chlamydia.
She said more than half of all CPS high-school students report having had sexual intercourse, 12 percent before the age of 13. More than a third reported not using a condom during their last sexual intercourse, and more than a quarter say they've never been taught about HIV.