- The California Board of Education, Planned Parenthood, and the ACLU created and implemented a progressive sex education and gender theory agenda.
- Students are shown sexually explicit content from kindergarten through 12th grade.
- Topics include fisting, blood play, masturbation, oral sex, and more.
The California Board of Education implemented progressive sex and gender education curriculum in public schools across the state, regardless, in some cases, of parental knowledge or consent.
Both of these pieces of education legislation mandate that school districts require sex ed and encourage students to question their parents on sexual topics – topics explored in the kindergarten through 12th grade sex education curricula implemented in California schools.
Lawmakers Create The California Healthy Youth Act, A Bill Mandating K-12 Sex Ed
AB-329, otherwise known as the California Healthy Youth Act, was created in 2016 and has several aimed purposes.
The bill aims to teach K-12 students how to ward off HIV and other STDs, to teach “healthy attitudes” towards sexual orientation, gender, and relationships, and to “promote understanding of sexuality as a normal part of human development.”
The bill also promises to “provide educators with clear tools and guidance to accomplish that end.”
AB-329 allows for parents to opt their children out of sexual education. However, the bill prohibits parents from opting their children out of materials that discuss gender, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation.
The law also prohibits abstinence-only education and prohibits any discussion of religious doctrine, according to an ACLU handout.
The handout adds that beginning in seventh grade, children must be taught “all FDA-approved methods preventing pregnancy and transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (including condoms, contraceptives, and antiretroviral treatment) and abstinence.”
Educators Must “Affirmatively Recognize Different Sexual Orientations And Be Inclusive”