DISGUSTING: Field Trip Offers 9 yr-olds Sex Pleasure Ed

Parents in Washington state have a new reason to worry about the poisonous effects of leftism in education.

It has come to light that the director of Bellingham School District’s school board has a secondary profession. And she plans to use her extra-curricular activities to corrupt minds as young as nine years old.

Jenn Mason, owner of WinkWink (a sex store) recently announced that her store will be the site for sex education classes she plans to teach. Topics include “sexual anatomy for pleasure” and “safer sex practices for all kinds of sexual activities.” But I’m guessing that’s not the kind of toy store elementary students were hoping to visit.

Fox News adds:

“The class for 9- to 12-year-olds is an introduction to topics related to relationships, puberty, bodies, and sexuality. We focus on what makes healthy vs. unhealthy friendships and romantic relationships, the science of how puberty works, consent and personal boundaries, defining ‘sex’, and discussing why people may or may not choose to engage in sexual activities,” Jenn Mason, owner of sex shop WinkWink in Bellingham and school board director for the Bellingham School District, told KTTH radio host Jason Rantz.

Mason announced there will be four, three-hour sex education classes held at WinkWink next month as part of an event billed the “Uncringe Academy.” The classes, which Mason will teach, are broken down by age, with 9- to 12-year-olds in one class and 13- to 17-year-olds in another class.

Now, I’m no expert, but in my non-expert mom of seven opinion, there is a huge difference in development between the ages of 13 and 17. Puberty is something new for most 13 year-olds. They are still at the age where they should be taught that sex is an adult activity. By 17, it’s a different playing field. Approximately 43% of older teens are sexually active.

And while schools have been burdened with teaching fundamental sex ed for decades, this new approach isn’t just about safety. It’s about shaping a child’s morals and beliefs in relation to sexual identity and other subjects that should be solely at the discretion of parents.

The Gender Unicorn

A few months ago, we brought you the story of the “gender unicorn.” This disturbing graph is used to teach children as young as four years old how to choose their own gender/sexuality/sexual identity.

As Lawrence Johnson wrote:

As children growing up, there were certain standards and societal staples we learned at home. Along with academics, these norms were reaffirmed at school. How to share, play fair, take turns, be polite, and of course, the time-tested notion that some students were girls, and the rest were boys-and that’s all.

As we progressed through school, these basic principles concerning two genders were further explained in biology class. However, in 2022 something changed. Based on certain groups and many, many media sources, we have somehow gone from two genders to seventy-two.

That’s right-seventy-two.

How did we get here, you may ask? By changing the substantive to the subjective.

To put it more succinctly, in a quote from the film, “Iron Man 2”, the movie’s villain references defeating the hero: “If you could make God bleed, people would cease to believe in Him. There will be blood in the water; the sharks will come.  All I have to do is sit back and watch as the world consumes you.” Whenever you impute the validity of a standard, facts become a narrative, and any extension becomes subject to interpretation.

As such, they simply had to cast doubt concerning a subject that seventh grade biology easily explains, but that far too few truly understand- gender. 

There has always been what some considered, “gender-benders.” Individuals whose demeanor, mannerisms or even purported sexual attractions caused some to view the concept of only two genders as suspect. Despite these, “feelings,” or “beliefs,” gender is not based on how you view others- or even yourself, but rather something far more biological- chromosomes.

An article at Parlia.com offers this clear explanation: “Outside of English, many languages only have one word that means both gender and sex. Gender and sex are the same thing for many cultures. Thus, gender and sex are synonymous. There are only two sexes: XX and XY. People with XX chromosomes produce eggs and people with XY chromosomes produce sperm. There cannot be a third gender because there are only two chromosome configurations that people can have. If you are born with XX chromosomes, you are a female in sex and in gender. Whereas if you are born with XY chromosomes, you are a male.”

Yet, the unicorn sets the standard?

Gender Unicorn, Kevin jackson

Thanks to people like Jenn Mason, that’s exactly what’s happening. Right before our eyes. Soon, homeschooling will be the only way to ensure your children receive a moral education. Or even a factual one. The place that was supposed to give kids the absolute certainties now feeds them lines of fiction disguised as reality.

It’s no wonder the next generation is crippled, unable to accomplish the greatness of generations past. How can these students plan for the next big discovery? They’re still trying to discover whether they happen to be boys or girls.

 

 

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