ChildCare Action Project:
Christian Analysis of American Culture (CAP)
What SIECUS* Wants Your Kids To Know About Sex
* Sex Information and Education Council of the United States
This article presents strong sexually-oriented material! It is offensive and even, to a point, vulgar and obscene. But this is what is likely being presented to your kids in school so you had best know it, too!
By counsel with Jodi and Paul Hoffman, we decided to share this with you, the sexual and even sensual nature of it notwithstanding. While we are very uncomfortable with presenting this to you, if we don't and if others don't your kids will likely become dangerously confused.
Please do not believe such SIECUS claims as "There is no evidence that erotic images in the arts cause inappropriate sexual behavior [presented to ages 15 - 18]. Child Protective Services related that "...in many cases of sexual abuse involving children, pornographic material was available in the home." Please do not believe "Sexual orientation cannot be changed by therapy or medicine [presented to ages 12 - 15]. Homosexual orientation IS NOT NATURAL AND IS NOT INNATE. Kinsey was wrong! And please do not believe "Homosexual love relationships can be as fulfilling as heterosexual relationships. [presented to ages 9 - 12]" If true, then why do heterosexuals generally live longer and healthier lives than homosexuals? Although not presented herein, I want to remind you that one of the agenda goals of the homosexual movement is to LOWER THE AGE OF CONSENT! And providing birth control systems and education to early teens in the name of education or in the name of preventing unwanted pregnancy is a move toward that goal! Further, if the homosexuals achieve that goal, what will you do if your early teen tells you of his or her consentual hetero- or homosexual relationship with his/her teacher, school bus driver, a coach, a police officer, a child welfare worker, a bank teller, a convenience store clerk, the next-door neighbor...... My tendancy when I first started in this research was to say "Oh, those things will never happen." and "There is nothing I can do about it." and "I really don't have the time to get involved." Then I pulled my head out of the sand and saw......clearly......how far the homosexual movement has come in just the last decade.
God is VERY CLEAR about His expectations regarding our sexual orientation. He even speaks of blood on the heads of the violators. "If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them." [Leviticus 20:13] Maybe "...their blood shall be upon them" is why homosexuals do not live as long as heterosexuals. Maybe they are causing their own early death by their deeds. Homosexuality is an abomination to the Lord - plain and simple. Understand, however, the homosexual is not an abomination, but homosexuality is an abomination. We must love the homosexual, but likewise we must hate homosexuality. Homosexuality is not an unforgivable sin. God will forgive the homosexual if s/he asks in faith believing, and we must follow His lead and help the homosexual to forgiveness and a proper lifestyle based on God's expectations.
The 16th annual Minnesota School of Health Education Conference, sponsored by Bethel College, St. Paul and Bernidji State University, was held on Feb. 5-6, 1996 at the Northwest Inn in Brooklyn Park. At the session entitled "AIDS/HIV/STD Update for Educators," Ruth Ellen Luehr, an official from the Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning, announced that the SIECUS guidelines are the framework for teachers to use in the public schools for sexuality education K-12. She also stated that the full sexual continuum - heterosexuality, bisexuality and homosexuality - is healthy and normal.
SIECUS (Sex Information and Education Council of the United States) is perhaps the foremost proponent of "comprehensive sex education" and condom based HIV/AIDS education in this country. Their "Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education: Kindergarten - 12th Grade" are being promoted and adopted as the framework for sexuality education programs throughout the nation.
The "Guidelines" consist of 700 statements divided into 6 "Key Concepts" with "Developmental Messages" for each age level. Consider a few of the messages that will be taught to our children (as quoted from their guidelines):
Level 1 Ages 5 - 8
Both girls and boys have body parts that feel good when touched (p. 11)
Sexual intercourse occurs when a man and a woman place the penis inside the vagina. (p. 12)
Some men and women are homosexual, which means they will be attracted to and fall in love with someone of the same gender. (p. 15)
Everyone, including children, has rights. (p. 28)
It feels good to touch parts of the body. (p. 31)
Touching and rubbing one's own genitals is called masturbation. (p. 34)
Level 2 Ages 9 - 12
Sexual intercourse provides pleasure. (p. 12)
There are ways to have genital intercourse without causing pregnancy. (p. 12)
Homosexual love relationships can be as fulfilling as heterosexual relationships. (p. 15)
Members of the same family may have different values. (p. 25)
Masturbation is often the first way a person experiences sexual pleasure. (p. 32)
Many boys and girls begin to masturbate for sexual pleasure during puberty. (p. 32)
Human beings have natural physical response to sexual stimulation. (p. 34)
Level 3 Ages 12 - 15
Some of the reproductive organs provide pleasure as well as reproductive capability. (p. 12)
Some young people have brief sexual experiences with the other gender but mainly feel attracted to their own gender (p. 15)
It is common for people to feel some attraction to men and women. (p. 15)
Sexual orientation cannot be changed by therapy or medicine. (p. 15)
Masturbation, either alone or with a partner, is one way a person can enjoy and express their sexuality without risking pregnancy or an STD/HIV. (p. 33)
Orgasm is an intense pleasurable release of sexual feeling or tension experienced at the peak of sexual arousal. (p. 35)
People may fantasize while they are alone or with a partner. (p. 35)
Level 4 Ages 15 - 18
Teenagers who have questions about their sexual orientation should consult a trusted and knowledgeable adult. (p. 16)
The telephoned number of the gay and lesbian switchboard is 1-... (p. 16)
For most people, sharing a sexual experience with a partner is the most satisfying way to express sexuality. (p. 33)
Some common sexual behaviors shared by partners include kissing, touching, caressing, massage, sharing explicit literature or art, bathing/showering together, and oral, vaginal, or anal intercourse. (p. 33)
Individuals are responsible for their own sexual pleasure. (p. 33)
Most women need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. (p. 35)
Some people use erotic photographs, movies or literature to enhance their sexual fantasies when alone or with a partner. (p. 35)
There is no evidence that erotic images in the arts cause inappropriate sexual behavior. (p. 49)
IN CONCLUSION: Parents looking for moral sex education will have difficulty finding it in school districts that follow the SIECUS guidelines. This sensual sexology can lead to harmful experimentation and behaviors that bring disease and needless suffering to children. Young people want truthful, moral guidelines. We can not allow SIECUS to continue on this path of potential destruction. We must be willing to devote our time and energy to stop this miseducation, lest we stand condemned for our apathy.
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We CAN stop the sexual enticement and the homosexual agenda of sex education in American schools!!! All it will take is for EVERY SINGLE ONE of us to speak out BOLDLY to our government officials. Let us emulate Nike and DO IT!!! Please do not do as I did and stick your head in the sand while the sexologists and homosexuals have their way with the parts of you that remain above the sand: the 'parts' that are exposed to whatever the 'government' says; the 'parts' that are vulnerable to attack without your voice to protect them; the 'parts' that go to school.