Concerned parents in California are standing up against the implementation of the present comprehensive sex education curricula where children as young as 11 are exposed to sexually explicit content.
The California legislature passed AB 329 in 2015 which includes a provision allowing parents to pull their children from their school’s sexual education class.
Parents are now asking their school boards to implement policies to help them do just that. Parents need to be cognizant of how sexual and gender ideologues are co-opting school boards and sexual health curricula to change sexual and gender norms of future generations.
Changes in sexual health curriculums should steer children away from risky sexual behaviour by encouraging them to abstain from sexual activity all together until they’re married, not encourage them to explore sexual acts and identities.