Calif. approves new sex ed guidance; critics say it is too explicit, morally corrupt


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(Worthy News) - California’s Department of Education voted to approve a controversial guidance for sex education for elementary and middle school students despite protests by parents and others.

Following hours of debate and public comments from both supporters and critics, as well as a protest attended by approximately 200 people, the California State Board of Education voted on Wednesday to approve the new guidance, which in part encourages public school teachers to discuss transgender identity with elementary school students and masturbation with middle school students.

A major issue for many parents and groups like the California Family Council was the content of the newly approved books that the Board of Education wanted to make available for public school teachers.

For example, one of the proposed books, titled S.E.X.: The All-You-Need-to-Know Sexuality Guide to Get You Through Your Teens and Twenties, features explicit descriptions of anal sex, bondage and other erotic activities. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]

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