Stop Sexualizing Our Children
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Booker T. Washington said, "education is not a thing apart from life—not a "system," nor a philosophy; it is direct teaching how to live and how to work."

Therefore, under no circumstances should we "continue" to allow the purveyors of vain deceit to instruct our children. God is shaking and calling parents to remove their children from these houses of bondage, known as the public educational system, and to adhere to the weightier matters of the law, which IS our children's SOULS hanging in the balance, not their ACADEMICS. 

God designed the family as an expression of His spiritual truths to reflect His image and fulfilled a critical role in the earth. God commands parents to be the stewards and catalysts in instituting and demonstrating righteousness, morality, and a practical way of life to their children; this also sets the precedence of ensuring that His knowledge will be carried from generation to generation.

On May 28, the Illinois K-12 Sex Ed bill passed, The Keeping Youth Safe and Healthy Act (SB 818). This bill would require that schools teach the National Sex Education Standards, that are saturated with Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) that desensitize immoral sexuality such as masturbation, as normal child behavior, teaching children as young as 11 years old how to give and consent to sexual activity, encourages and advocates for radical child sexual rights and aggressively promote abortion as a contraception, wanting tampons in our boys bathroom, affirming homosexuality, pornography, transgender; queers, gender identity, sexual identity, and gender expression and teach our children that the nuclear family is a Western-prescribed structure.  


Section 6 (d). No student shall be required to take or participate in any class or course in comprehensive personal health and safety and comprehensive sexual health education. A student's parent or guardian may opt the student out of comprehensive personal health and safety and comprehensive sexual health education by submitting the request in writing. Refusal to take or participate in such a course or program may not be a reason for disciplinary action, academic penalty, suspension, or expulsion or any other sanction of a student. A school district may not require active parental consent for comprehensive personal health and safety and comprehensive sexual health education.


Governor J.B. Pritzker passed a law on August 9, 2019, HB0246, that LGBTQ History curriculum be taught to all Illinois K-12 public schools and requires that all must have the knowledge thereof, in order to graduate 8th grade, effective July 1, 2020. 


This history will require all children ages 5-18 in public schools be taught about LGBT men and women who have made some significant cultural contributions. Teachers will discussed not only their contributions—but their sexual behaviors. Textbooks will include the roles and contributions of homosexuals and opposite-sex impersonators. 


The new kid on the block is Black Lives Matters. They have unpacked their K-12 black history curriculum called Black Lives Matters at School. This insidious movement is rooted, not only in depicting that America is intrinsically racist, but also in the sexual rights movement. According to Black Lives Matter at School 13 guiding principles, they affirm transgender; queers, gender identity, sexual identify, and gender expression and “disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure.”


Similarly, the New York Times 1619 project by Nicole-Hannah Jones have unleashed their K-12 public school black history curriculum and CRT that advocates perpetual victimhood and implies that racism is the innate origin of America, therefore indemnifies excuses for Black Americans “systematic racism and oppression,” failures.

One more onslaught…
“Call for the Abolishment of History Classes in Illinois Schools Bill HB4954


Rep LaShawn Ford proclaimed…

“When it comes to teaching history in Illinois, we need to end the miseducation of Illinoisans. I’m calling on the Illinois State Board of Education and local school districts to take immediate action by removing current history books and curriculum practices that unfairly communicate our history.  Until a suitable alternative is developed, we should instead devote greater attention toward civics and ensuring students understand our democratic processes and how they can be involved.”  The press release announced that speakers would discuss “how current history teaching practices overlook the contributions by Women and members of the Black, Jewish, LGBTQ communities and other groups.”





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