This is why you need to be involved in your state and local school board decisions. EAGNews reports:
Under current law, Massachusetts school boards, in consultation with parents, have the right to determine their own sex education curriculums, based on what they believe is proper and age appropriate for the children of their communities.
They are free to choose to Planned Parenthood standards, or put more emphasis on the wisdom of abstinence.
SB 2048 takes away that freedom, which is a major point of objection for Beckwith and his allies.
“What the legislation does is take control from school boards and give it to a state body that believes anal sex is appropriate for 11-year-olds,” Beckwith said.
Surprisingly (not really) the district is considering using curriculum published by Planned Parenthood. You know, the company who benefits most by unwanted pregnancies. It isn’t in their best interest to promote abstinence. Just follow the money.
Read the full account at EAGNews.
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