California’s New Sex Education: Kindergarten Gender Identity Talks, Encouraging Middle-Schoolers to Masturbate

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
May 9, 2019

Getting kids to think about sex is a critically important component of Progress. It was about time someone started telling kids that maybe they’re trannies and that masturbation is okay.

If kids don’t think about sex all the time and don’t masturbate, they may end up playing sports, being healthy and having social lives — which could lead to them having healthy heterosexual relationships likely to produce families and white babies.

That’s not supposed to happen.

AP:

California has overhauled its sex education guidance for public school teachers, encouraging them to talk about gender identity with kindergartners and giving advice to help LGBT teenagers navigate relationships and practice safe sex.

LGBT advocates praised the new recommendations for giving such attention to a community that often is left out of sex education policies. But some parents and conservative groups assailed the more than 700-page document as an assault on parental rights, arguing those issues should be taught by parents in the home.

The guidance approved by the California State Board of Education on Wednesday does not require teachers to teach anything. But it is designed to expose them to the latest research and help them make sure students are meeting state standards. It’s also influenced by a 2015 state law that made California one of the first states to address LGBT issues as part of sex education.

Not requiring teachers to teach degeneracy is like not requiring goblins to invade your country: they’re going to do it anyway because it’s what they want and there’s nothing stopping them.

Much of the pushback has focused not on the framework itself, but on the books it recommends students read. One suggested book for high schoolers is “S.E.X.: The All-You-Need-to-Know Sexuality Guide to Get You Through Your Teens and Twenties.” It includes descriptions of anal sex, bondage and other sexual activity. Several parents read from the book and held it up so board members could see the pictures, which many described as “obscene.”

But Wednesday, the State Board of Education removed that book, and a few others, from the guidance. State Board of Education member Feliza I. Ortiz-Licon said the books had “created panic” and distracted from the framework’s goals, including teaching students about consent and sex trafficking.

What a blatant attack on Progress. Young teenage students should learn about tying themselves up and getting stuff put inside their rectums because this is current year and we’re no longer living in the Middle Ages.

We have rights now.

A straight-A student.

More than 200 people signed up to speak during a public hearing on Wednesday that lasted for several hours. Supporters and opponents mingled together in the lobby of the California Department of Education, where parents handed out snacks to appease their young children while waiting for their number to appear on dry-erase board telling them it was their turn to get one minute of time at the microphone.

Speakers included 16-year-old Phoenix Ali Rajah, a transgender boy who said he is rarely taught information for people like him during sex education classes at his Los Angeles area high school.

I’m never taught about how to be in a relationship with gay men,” he said, adding that the “conversation with sex starts from a different place.”

Indeed, the conversation about the gay — just like gay sex — starts from a different place. And now, thanks to these new guidelines, this young brave Ali Rajah foreign degenerate will be able to learn how to arrange sex meetings with gay men through the internet.

This is what Progress is about.

The framework tells teachers that students in kindergarten can identify as transgender and offers tips for how to talk about that, adding “the goal is not to cause confusion about the gender of the child but to develop an awareness that other expressions exist.”

Yes, and if they tell you they’re superheroes, you better believe them too because kindergarten kids definitely know stuff and enjoy all of the mental faculties required to make good, life-altering, permanent decisions.

In fact, we should just go ahead and give kindergarten-aged kids the right to vote and allow them to determine their diet and how to use their time too. If they want to stay at home watching cartoons all day, it’s in their human rights to do so.

It gives tips for discussing masturbation with middle-schoolers, including telling them it is not physically harmful, and for discussing puberty with transgender teens that creates “an environment that is inclusive and challenges binary concepts about gender.”

Telling kids that masturbation is not physically harmful is the same as encouraging masturbation. It’s saying that masturbation has clear upsides and no downsides, which is likely to result in a loss of inhibition and lots of kids giving it a try — and that’s by design. They want kids to masturbate. They want kids to watch porn, to identify as the other gender and to become sterile degenerates.

They want to suck the life out of them.

If masturbation is not harmful, why not do it all the time?

If they’re giving me sex education and talking to me about sex, maybe it’s time for me to have sex?

If they’re telling me about all these different sexual activities, maybe sex is only a fun thing you do for pleasure and not something you do to make babies?

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