Texas School District Mandates Teaching Elementary Students To Perform Sex Acts

The slippery slope continues to get slicker as a school district in Texas has just mandated that young children be taught such things as anal and oral sex.

Growing up, I remember people talking about “the gay agenda”, and I didn’t think much of it. Popular culture did a good job of mocking those folks as wearing “tinfoil hats”, but now I’m starting to think they weren’t so crazy after all.

Fast-forward a decade, and now we have the city of Austin requiring elementary school children to learn about things that they have no business learning about. All this in an attempt to appease the small percentage of people who identify as LGBTQ.

From KXAN, the NBC affiliate in Austin:

The curriculum spans grades three through eight. Under the new curriculum, for the first time, the district will teach students about gender identity and sexual orientation. The lessons will also help kids identify an adult they can trust; plus talk to them about options if they get pregnant, and seventh graders would learn how to use a condom.

“I think it’s really important that our sex-ed curriculum talks about the biology of our body parts, what’s coming down the line when we hit puberty, healthy communication and outline what a healthy relationship looks like,” said Matt Shead, an executive member of Informed Parents of Austin, a group of AISD parents advocating for “policies in the Austin Independent School District that pertain to the LGBTQ community.”

“I want to know the administration, teachers, parents all have the same language that we are using to talk about these things to minimize confusion,” he added.

Wait, so these people want to teach kids they can be any gender they want, but claim to want to “minimize confusion”? Here’s a suggestion: boys have a penis. Girls have a vagina. Boom, done. Zero room for confusion.

The district is also working to make sure teachers use “parent” and “guardian” as opposed to gendered language like “mom,” and “dad”. You know, because saying “mom” and “dad” might confuse someone…

Parents and activist groups have voiced their concerns over the new sex-ed curriculum:

“Austin ISD has broken the sacred trust between school and parent,” Texas Values spokesman David Walls said in a statement. “Austin parents have no reason to entrust their children to a school district that welcomes sex criminals and sexually explicit materials in the school.”

This hot-take comes from Fox News Radio’s Todd Starnes:

To force this kind of pornography on school children is nothing more than government-sanctioned child abuse. The district’s policy is all about grooming children for sex.

As one parent declared, “The curriculum is an attack on Christianity and family and on parental rights.”

More than 100 citizens spoke at Monday night’s district meeting and the overwhelming majority were opposed to the policy.

Those speaking on behalf of the plan included a nine-year-old child, a fourth-grader, the parent of a transgender second grader, a lady who identified by the pronoun “they/them” and some gal wearing a t-shirt that read, “I met God. They’re queer, y’all.”

Now, I live in Texas, and this move doesn’t surprise me at all. Austin is a liberal cesspool. The city is more concerned with turning kids queer than they are addressing actual problems, like the rise in the homeless population (sorry, we call them “campers” here, because homeless is too mean).

So, here we have the party that claims to promote “science” attempting to tell boys they can be girls if they want to. If you think this trend will end in Austin, you haven’t been paying attention.