This report contains subject matter that is not appropriate for children, even though children are the target audience of what is going on in some public schools. Please use discretion. We hesitated to even publish this, but if you don’t know what is happening to our schools, you won’t be able to combat it.
April 2023—Newton North High School, in Massachusetts, hosted a drag show for students as part of Transgender, Bisexual, Gay, and Lesbian Awareness Day. Students gave up 30-minutes of class time to watch drag performer Missy Steak. While the event was optional, students who chose not to participate were sent to the cafeteria ostracizing them from their peers.
March 2023—At Eliot K-8 Innovation School in Boston, Massachusetts, 6th and 7th graders were asked to fill out an explicit survey. One question asked, “Have you ever participated in oral sex? Oral sex is when a person puts their mouth on another person’s genitals or private area.” Another question asked, “A transgender person is someone who does not feel the same inside as the sex they were born with. Are you transgender?”
March 2023—Massachusetts’s sex education curriculum teaches middle school students to use cling wrap as a dental dam around their teeth for safe oral sex.
March 2023—Education officials in Fairfax County, Virginia, want to teach middle school sex education in coed classes.
January 2023—About 30 Missouri middle school students from Columbia Public Schools as part of a fieldtrip attended Columbia Values Diversity, a yearly event to mark Martin Luther King Day, which featured several drag performers from Nclusion Plus. On the permission slip for the fieldtrip, parents were not notified that the event would include a drag show.
January 2023—As part of a health class at Churchill High School in Eugene, Oregon, students who missed course work could complete an assignment titled “Fantasy Story.” This involved writing a short story about a sexual fantasy, and the students had to include three items, such as candles, massage oil, feathers, and flavored syrup, in the story.
December 2022—A teacher at Saturn Elementary School, located in the Los Angeles Unified School District, who claims to be a “trans demiboy non-binary,” used “gender-fluid” stuffed animals to teach children how to use “proper pronouns.” As part of the lesson, the teacher explained that there are “many more genders out there in the universe” than just male and female. Additionally, the teacher wished to include third-graders in the school’s “rainbow club.”
October 2022—Pitt County Schools began working with East Carolina University to develop radical gender-theory curricula and policies to ensure students stop normalizing heterosexuality, use gender pronouns in classes, help teachers create LGBT-focused classrooms, and provide children with “support” behind their parents’ backs. Two of the stated goals of this training are “Promote LGBTQ ideology in schools” and “Reduce heterosexism and cisgenderism (heterosexual privilege) in schools.”
September 2022—At the KIPP Poder Academy, a charter school that celebrates “diversity, equity and inclusion” in San Antonio, Texas, 13-year-old students had to role-play as seducing hookers in their Social Emotional Learning class. The students were paired up and called to the front of the room to strike poses. One pose was as a “seducing hooker,” with a hand on one hip and the other behind their ear. The teacher explained what a hooker was and what seduce meant. Some students felt uncomfortable by the game so the teacher gave them candy if they would participate. When a mother complained the school apologized but denied that this was an example of sexualizing children. It should be noted than San Antonio is a major hub for the sex trafficking of minors.
September 2022— The high school librarian in the Webster Groves School District, located outside of St. Louis, Missouri, hosted “Banned Book Week.” She encouraged students to read books that were commonly banned, and participating students were entered into a raffle for a “sweet prize.” One of the books for the event was “All Boys Aren’t Blue,” which has been removed from libraries in at least 29 school districts nationwide due to concerns about “sexually graphic material, including descriptions of queer sex,” according to The New York Times.
September 2022—Nonprofits such as Education, Training and Research, Planned Parenthood and others develop training materials that push the theory that sexual repression is to blame for sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies. Instead, they recommend an approach that favors greater and earlier openness about sexuality and more inclusivity.
September 2022—A teacher, who appears to be confused about her sex, at San Juan Hills High School in California offered students in her class access to a “queer library.” She had over 100 books in this collection, some of which contained sex imagery, information on orgies, sex parties and BDSM. One book, “Juliet Takes a Breath,” contains extremely graphic imagery of sex between women. Another, “Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Being Trans…,” discusses BDSM, fetishes, and a kink social media networking site. “This Book Is Gay,” another title in this collection, discusses the homosexual, casual hookup site Grindr, and includes detailed information on how to have anal and “girl on girl” sex, and explores sex parties and orgies. Another book, “The A-Z of Gender and Sexuality,” also discusses kink and fetishes as well as “tucking”—the process of hiding one’s penis and “whorephobia”—stigma against prostitutes. When the principal of the school was asked about the “queer library,” he said, “In my educational experience, books are always a good thing and any books that support our students, I’m for.”
September 2022—At Norman High School in Oklahoma, a teacher, who appears to be confused about her sex, sought to provide students with books specifically banned by the state’s Department of Education. The teacher gave her students QR codes to books that she had labeled “Books the State Doesn’t Want You to Read.” These books contained graphic images and explicit materials.
August 2022—Newport-Mesa Unified School District in California uses a textbook which instructs students that there are over 10 sexual orientations and eight genders. The list of sexual orientations include androsexual, polysexual, skoliosexual, demisexual, and gynesexual, while the genders include androgynous, bygender, gender-nonconforming, gender questioning, and nonbinary. Additionally, this same school district uses the “Genderbread Identity” man as a tool to indoctrinate children. One section includes a video on “what it is like to be trans in high school.” The school district also uses another text book, “Comprehensive Health,” which includes profiles of students, including their names, sexual orientation and gender identity, and asks kids to create their own. For example, “Kai” is 14 years old. She is gender-fluid and pansexual, according to her profile.
August 2022—The Wauwatosa School District in Wisconsin approved a curriculum that teaches 4th graders about “gender identity and expression.” The learning targets and standards say students will be able to “Have awareness of different definitions for gender, including transgender, cisgender, and non-binary;” “Understand that individuals may identify beyond male and female;” “Understand the use of pronouns around gender identity;” and “Understand that a label may not describe someone perfectly.” Meanwhile, the curriculum for third-grade students also has a “gender identity and expression” with lessons that mainly focus on understanding the use of different gender pronouns.
May 2022—Spring Lake Public Schools, in Michigan, offered the book “Gender Queer” in school libraries. The book is a graphic novel memoir and features mature sexual content and images of nude individuals engaging in sex acts.
February 2022—At John F. Kennedy Middle School in Enfield, Connecticut, 8th graders received an assignment to “use pizza as a metaphor for sex.” Students were asked to draw a pizza and list the toppings that they would prefer on their pizza and the toppings they do not like. The students were to then extend the metaphor to sex by writing what sexual activities they would prefer to engage as represented by the toppings they preferred while the toppings they do not like represented sexual activities they wished to avoid. As an example, the instructions said, “Likes: Cheese = Kissing Dislikes: Olives = Giving Oral.”
October 2021—Fairfax County Public Schools, in Virginia, gave a survey asking detailed questions about sex to children as young as 13 years old. In addition to asking eighth-grade students “have you ever had sex before?”, the survey also asked “How old were you when you had sex?”; “During your life, with how many people have you had sexual intercourse?”; “During the past 3 months, with how many people have you had sexual intercourse?”; “Did you drink alcohol or use drugs before you had sexual intercourse the last time?”; and “The last time you had sexual intercourse, did you or your partner use a condom?” Additionally, the survey gave students a list of options to choose from as a method to prevent pregnancy including “no method was used to prevent pregnancy;” “birth-control pills;” “condoms;” “an IUD … or implant;” “A shot… patch… or birth-control ring;” “withdrawal;” and “not sure.” Students were also asked, “Have you ever had oral sex?” Furthermore, the survey solicited answers on trangenderism by asking, “Some people describe themselves as transgender when their sex at birth does not match the way they think or feel about their gender. Are you transgender?”
June 2019—The ACLU and Planned Parenthood partnered with school districts across California to make progressive sex education and gender theory instructional materials for teachers. One video coached teachers on ways to help students obtain abortions without parental knowledge or consent and how to conceal the absences from parents. A parent from Murrieta School District claimed the instructional videos discussed “mutual masturbation” along with “gender roles, the gender spectrum, and in the support materials … they take it even further. They discuss everything, topics like roleplaying for different genders, blood play, dental dams … fisting is mentioned. I mean, they mention it all.” In another video an ACLU official tells teachers how to prevent parents from opting their children out of LGBT education going so far as to say “opting out of just LGBTQ stuff is illegal and should be impossible.”
May 2018—Western Albermarle High School in Virginia worked with Charlottesville Sexual Assault Resource Agency to show freshman girls a video by Laci Grace, a self-described sex educator who frequently partners with Planned Parenthood to produce her videos. The video begins with Green offering viewers a discount to one of her sponsors, which describes itself as the “#1 adult toy superstore.” Green goes on to discuss “penis pleasure,” sex toys, and how “your butt can be a wonderful source of pleasure as well.” Later in the video, she talks about oral sex, “butt stuff,” “hand play,” and giving an “awesome blow job.”