The U.S. has no federal standard on sex education, the newspaper added. Twenty-four states and the District of Columbia require their public schools to teach sex ed. Sex Ed Sit Out Spokesperson, Elizabeth Johnson said, We send our kids to school to learn reading and writing and science and history, not how to question whether they really are a boy or a girl and asserts that a group called the Human Rights Campaign is behind many of the nationwide efforts to shape school curricula.
Many of America’s public schools are teaching youths “pornographic” subject matter these days, some parents argue, so they’re planning a “Sex Ed Sit Out” on April 23 to protest sexualized school curricula found in their children’s schools. They want like-minded parents to keep their children at home that Monday, to send a message to local school boards and elected officials. (READ MORE)