Wednesday, August 13, 2014



Fremont sex ed conflict could spread statewide
Back from school: 10 sexual indoctrination laws motivating loving parents to permanently exit government schools for the sanctuary of home schools and church schools

Sacramento, California -- In light of disturbing "sex education" curriculum recently pushed in Fremont, California, a leading family issues organization is urging parents to permanently exit the government schools because of system-wide sexual indoctrination, failure to teach reading, and negative peer pressure.

Last week in Fremont, after hundreds of parents publicly objected, curriculum that graphically depicted sexual activities and sexual fetishes was temporarily shelved by the public school district there.

"What happened in Fremont won't stay in Fremont," said Randy Thomasson, president of, which defends children's innocence and promotes moral virtues for the common good. "This perverse curriculum is by a major publisher, McGraw-Hill, and there's nothing in state law prohibiting it in any classroom, school, or school district. Fathers and mothers need to realize this fact and take decisive action."

"The alarm is sounding for loving parents to get their precious children out of the government schools while there's still time," Thomasson said. "Parents who care about their children's hearts, minds, bodies, and souls are abandoning the public schools for the sanctuary of home schools and church schools. Our site,, is helping to inform parents and grandparents that 'back from school' is much better for kids than 'back to school.'" lists three bad things guaranteed to children in California public schools: sexual indoctrination, poor reading skills, and negative peer pressure.
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In addition, Thomasson noted, "There are also 10 sexual indoctrination laws requiring all children in California K-12 government schools to be taught that homosexuality, bisexuality, transsexuality, and teen heterosexual fornication are good and natural and maybe even for them." These California state laws are:

AB 1266 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2013, requires all K-12 public schools to permit biological boys in girls' restrooms, showers, clubs, and sports teams; and biological girls in boys' restrooms, showers, clubs, and sports teams. The "right" to violate these sexual boundaries is solely a self declaration of a different "gender identity."

SB 48 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2011, mandates that children from kindergarten through 12th grade, in all "instruction in social sciences," admire "the role and contributions of...lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans."

SB 543 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2010, allows school staff to remove children -- aged 12 and up -- from government schools and taken off-campus for counseling sessions, without parental permission or involvement. The purpose is to permit pro-homosexuality teachers and administrators to remove sexually-confused children in 6th grade and up from campus and take them to pro-homosexuality counselors who will encourage them to embrace the homosexual lifestyle. Parents will never hear about it.

ACR 82 (school or district option), approved by the California Legislature in 2010, creates de facto "morality-free zones" at participating schools (pre-kindergarten through public universities). Schools that become official "Discrimination-Free Zones" will "enact procedures" (including mandatory counseling) against students from pre-kindergarten on up who are accused of "hate," "intolerance," or "discrimination." How? By peacefully speaking or writing against the unnatural lifestyles of "sexual orientation" (homosexuality and bisexuality) and "gender identity" (transsexuality and cross-dressing), which are included in this measure. This means students, teachers, and parents who visit campus, who speak up for man-woman marriage, biological gender differences, and Biblical values, could be penalized.

SB 572 (teacher or school or district option), signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2009, establishes "Harvey Milk Day" in K-12 California public schools and community colleges. In classrooms, schools, and school districts that participate, children will now be taught to admire the life and values of late homosexual activist and teen predator Harvey Milk of San Francisco the month of May. According to the reputable biography, "The Mayor of Castro Street: The Life and Times of Harvey Milk" by Randy Shilts, Milk repeatedly engaged in adult-child sex, advocated for simultaneous homosexual relationships, and told a very public lie because he thought it would get him ahead. Since SB 572 requires participating schools to make children perform "exercises remembering the life of Harvey Milk," kids could be taught to support and emulate these bad values.

SB 777 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2007, prohibits all public school instruction and every school activity from "promoting a discriminatory bias" against (effectively requiring positive depictions of) transsexuality, bisexuality, and homosexuality to schoolchildren as young as five years old. SB 777 means children will be taught their "gender" is a matter of choice. When fully implemented, SB 777 will affect everything on campus -- classroom instruction, instructional materials, textbooks, guest speakers, handouts, videos, sex education, drama, music, school assemblies, sports teams, homecoming games, school proms, school clubs, etc. There is no "opt out" for parents. Thus, curriculum and school activities must be positive about homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality, because to be silent could be deemed to be "promoting a discriminatory bias."

AB 394 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2007, effectively promotes transsexual, bisexual, and homosexual indoctrination of students, parents, and teachers via "anti-harassment" and "anti-discrimination" materials, to be publicized in classrooms and assemblies, posted on walls, incorporated into curricula on school websites, and distributed in handouts to take home.

SB 71 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Gray Davis in 2003 and implemented in 2008 through the new "sexual health" standards approved by appointees of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell, teaches children as young as 5th grade that any consensual sexual behavior is "safe" as long as you "protect" yourself with a condom, and teaches children that homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality is "normal."

AB 1785 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Gray Davis in 2000, required the California State Board of Education to alter the state curriculum frameworks to include and require "human relations education" for children in K-12 public schools, with the aim of "fostering an appreciation of the diversity of California's population and discouraging the development of discriminatory attitudes and practices," according to the state legislative counsel's digest. Unfortunately, the bill defined "culture" and "cultural diversity" to include an unnatural meaning of "sex" or " gender" (redefined under Government Code, Section 12926(p) and (q), along with Penal Code, Section 422.56(c), producing an overly broad meaning that "includes a person's gender identity and gender related appearance and behavior whether or not stereotypically associated with the person's assigned sex at birth.") and "sexual orientation" (which Penal Code, Section 422 also defines to include all virtually all aspects of homosexuality and bisexuality).

AB 537 (mandatory), signed by Gov. Gray Davis in 1999, permits teachers and students to openly proclaim and display their homosexuality, bisexuality or transsexuality, even permitting cross-dressing teachers, school employees and student on campus, in classrooms, and in rest rooms. It's all being done under the banner of "non-discrimination" on the basis of "sexual orientation" (in all its forms) and "gender" (however subjectively defined).

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