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July 14, 2010 / J. Shaw

Proposed Kindergarten Sex Ed

In kindergarten, school nurses will teach students terms such as “nipple, breast, penis, scrotum and uterus.”  In the first grade, children will learn that homosexual sexual relations could happen between two men or two women. At 10 years old, instruction will include the various ways people can have intercourse, different positions, oral sex.

An overflow crowd jammed the Helena school board meeting Tuesday night to voice their concerns — and support — about a proposal to extend sex education to children as young as kindergarten age.

According to the 62-page draft proposal, beginning in kindergarten, school nurses will teach students proper terms such as “nipple, breast, penis, scrotum and uterus.” Once they are promoted to first grade, children will learn that sexual relations could happen between two men or two women. By the time students are 10 years old, instruction will include the various ways people can have intercourse, be it vaginally, orally or through “anal penetration,” according to the proposal.

“As educators and as parents and as communities, we need to be more proactive in helping inform our students at an appropriate age what the risk factors are associated with their own behaviors so that they can make better decisions about their well-being,” Dr. Bruce Messinger, the Superintendent of Helena Public Schools, told Fox News.

Click here to view the proposed curriculum.

The Montana Family Foundation is fighting the proposed changes, telling Fox News its biggest concern is teaching graphic sexual detail to kids who are not emotionally able to process or comprehend it. If the changes pass, kids as young as 5 will begin to learn medically accurate names for a number of both male and female “private parts.”

“The problem is they think it would be age appropriate to teach different sexual positions and different sexual variations to 10 year olds,” said Jeff Laszloffy of the Montana Family Foundation.
Messinger said parents will be able to have their kids opt-out, but Laszloffy said teachers want to have the same option.

“I think the reason it is such a concern is it tramples parental rights, it places government squarely between parents and their children,” Laszloffy said.

Article: Montana Parents Weigh In on Proposed Kindergarten Sex Ed and “Kiddy Sex Ed”

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