Sex And The Public Schools

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School Hallway - Photo by Maryland PrideYou are going to have a hard time believing some of the stuff that you are about to read.  Children in America are being sexualized at younger and younger ages these days, and our public schools play a major role in that.  As you will see below, even kindergarten students are getting naked and trying to have sex with each other in our schools.  So where in the world are these kids learning to do this?  Well, it certainly does not help that there is more sex on television and in our movies than ever before.  And it certainly does not help that some of the biggest pop stars on the planet such as Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry are blatantly using sex to sell records to their young fans.  But we can’t place all of the blame on entertainment.  Without a doubt, our schools are playing a major role in sexualizing our children, and most parents have very little understanding about what is actually happening.


As I mentioned above, kindergarten students are actually getting naked and are trying to have “sex” with one another.  That sounds absolutely crazy, but it is true.  In fact, a case that made national headlines recently happened in New Jersey

Kelly Mascio, 43, is facing termination in connection with the incident late last year at Mullica Township Elementary School in southern New Jersey. Mascio, who has taught for more than 15 years, is suspended with pay while a disciplinary process continues.

As detailed in a Mullica Township Police Department report, two of Macsio’s students–both five-years-old–went into an in-classroom bathroom and removed their clothes. When Mascio, pictured at right, subsequently discovered the children–a boy and a girl–they told her they were “having sex,” cops noted.

This is a sign of a very, very sick society.

So where did those poor little children get such a twisted idea?

It could have potentially come from a lot of places, but it certainly does not help that some public school systems are actually teaching kindergarten students about sex.  For example, in Chicago public schools kindergarten teachers are now required to set aside 30 minutes a month for sex education.

Does that trouble you?

It should.

When our kids get a little older, there seems to be very little that is off-limits in their sex education classes.  One father in Kansas recently discovered this the hard way

Mark Ellis says his daughter goes to Hocker Grove Middle School in the Shawnee Mission School District. She was so shocked by what she recently saw on a poster at school, that she took a picture of it home and showed her parents.

Her dad initially assumed it was a student prank, until he called the school and found  it was part of the curriculum.

“Why would you put it in front of 13-year-old students?” he asked.

He thought the poster, which lists things like “oral sex” and “grinding,” might’ve been a prank until he contacted the school principal. He was told it was a teaching material.

You can see a photo of the complete poster right here.  If you live in Kansas, your tax money is going to teach middle school students about “touching each other’s genitals”.

No wonder our country is so messed up.  Just consider the following stats…

-According to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately two-thirds of all Americans in the 15 to 24-year-old age bracket have engaged in oral sex.

-Today, the United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate on the entire planet.

-According to the latest figures released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, there are 20 million new sexually-transmitted infections in the United States every single year, and Americans in the 15 to 24-year-old age range account for approximately 50 percent of those new sexually-transmitted infections.

-At this point, one out of every four teen girls in the U.S. has at least one sexually transmitted disease.

These things did not happen by accident.  They are the consequences of raising our children in such a sexually-charged environment.

If parents only knew what was really going on out there, many more of them would be pulling their children out of the public schools.  For instance, in a previous article I shared a quote from one of my readers that actually attended one of the “best” public schools in the city of Detroit…

The school was a new seven story building just a couple of years old. The bathrooms would often lack toilet paper & soap beyond the second floor (the main floor), the bathroom sinks would often not work. The water fountains on north side of the building on from the third floor & up did not work. The elevators would constantly break down. I even got stuck on the elevator before. I almost tripped down a half a flight of stairs because the elastic seal (it was the metal bar at the front of a treader of I don’t know the name of it.) the stairs was not properly installed.

Students would often have sex on the stairs & throughout the school. Parents actually called the school many times & reported kids having sex on the stairs because all of them had glass windows 270 degrees.

And according to an ABC News investigation, this kind of thing is going on all over the country…

Students told us that some kids are having sex in school bathrooms and hallways — even in classrooms.

At a middle school outside Baltimore, Md., a couple of 12-year-olds had oral sex in their science class. Their classmates watched, but the teacher didn’t see them. (The teacher was suspended and later resigned.)

And the kids say it happens at home too, and we parents almost never know.

Do you know what is going on at the schools where you live?

Unless someone comes forward, you may never know the twisted things that are happening.

And what is happening in our middle schools and our high schools is just the beginning.  In fact, some young students recently received a shocking preview of what they should expect once they get to college…

Hundreds of elementary and middle school students who recently toured UC Berkeley got an early lesson in sex education when they witnessed a guy in a giant penis costume walking around handing out condoms, as well as a variety of condom-inspired games, an undergrad at the university told The College Fix on Wednesday.

The schoolchildren were on campus last week at the same time that the public university hosted National Condom Week observances that, in addition to the giant penis, included an assortment of sex-themed activities such as a vagina-anus condom toss, a vulva and anus “pin the tail,” and a condom water-balloon game.

We live in a society where anything goes.

If you can believe it, Facebook now has a whopping 58 different “gender classifications” to choose from.

Instead of teaching our children to make the right choices, we just encourage them to “try to be safe”.

What we need is more parents that are willing to step up and take charge like this mother

When a Milwaukee mother found out her 12-year-old daughter was talking to a young man and planning a fight on Facebook, she took swift action to ensure the girl learned a lesson.

Lorraine Walls not only banned her daughter, Luticia, from social media, she also posted a video of her getting chewed out by her mother for breaking the rules on the 12-year-old’s Facebook page — just to make sure all her friends could see it.

If you trust the moral education of your children to the schools, you never know what you are going to get.  In fact, some of the worst sexual predators out there are actually working as teachers.  The following is an example from California that is one of the worst that I have heard about…

Mark Berndt, 61, was arrested at his home in the Los Angeles suburb of Torrance on Monday, accused of abusing nearly two dozen boys and girls, ages six to 10, between 2008 and 2011, officials with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.

Authorities began investigating Berndt over a year ago, after more than 40 photos depicting children in classrooms with their eyes blindfolded and mouths covered with tape were turned over to police, Sheriff’s Department officials said.

Sometimes predators like that get sent away to prison for good.

But other times they win in court and they get their jobs back.  Just check out this sick example

Here’s what Wisconsin’s legal system and its teachers unions have just taught the nation: If you’re a teacher and you get fired for looking at porn at work, you’ll get your job back.

Such is the case of Andrew Harris, former seventh-grade science teacher at Glacier Creek Middle School in the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.

The district’s school board Monday voted in a special closed session to comply with an arbitrator’s 60-page order that demands Harris be reinstated. He was fired in 2010 after receiving and viewing multiple pornographic and sexually inappropriate images and videos, according to a complaint.

Someone that is “teaching” your children right now may be a sexual predator or a porn addict.  According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, there are 747,408 registered sex offenders in the United States.  And that number represents just the ones that have been caught and convicted.

We live in a sick, twisted, decaying society that is falling even farther downhill with each passing day.

So watch your children very carefully.  It is all too easy for them to become victims.

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  • K

    As more and more parents, have to work longer hours to make ends meet. As many even have to work two jobs, to to keep their heads above water. Somehow parenting ends up on auto-pilot. I wish I could tell you, how to find the time, but there just is no one size fits all solution. What I can tell you is auto-pilot will not work.

    • Nella Rogers

      Part of the problem is folks having kids who really cannot afford to have them at all. If people waited until they could afford kids and raise them properly that would go a long way to solve the problem.

      • K

        You must remember many who are struggling now. Were not struggling 7 or 8 years ago when they had their children. Other than that, your suggestion is logical. Which may be its’ flaw. Most people are not logical.

      • Watermeloniqua

        So you are advocating that only the rich elite should be able to have children. I don’t know anyone who can actually “afford” children, if they focus on the children’s wants, not needs. Everyone seems to think that children NEED fancy electronics, the finest clothes, expensive lessons and other superfluous things. Children aren’t really that expensive if you raise them with what they actually need (food, clothes, shelter, sensible toys), but don’t try and tell most parents that. We support 4 (soon to be 5) people on one income and aren’t on any form of assistance, because we aren’t STUPID and wasteful! It can be done, if you are committed to it. But most people aren’t.

  • Tim

    I just went to a site that lists the Facebook gender classifications. What the heck is a “Cisgender male”? Our society is seriously messed up.

  • Rodster

    None of this comes as a surprise to me. Parents who try to home school their kids are finding it tougher these days because the govt is making it tougher on them. I believe in Germany, it’s a crime. This is what happens when you try to remove God and basic values from the lives of a Nation and replace it with secularism and the State.

    • CynicalGuy42

      Hitler was the one who outlawed home-schooling in the first place.

  • dadelaw

    Do you think children should be encouraged to mastabate?

  • John Doe

    The U.S. does not have the highest teen pregnancy rate, not even close. The source you used to make that claim only showed developed countries. In fact, teen pregnancy in the U.S actually seems to be decreasing. Please do proper research, otherwise you’re being dishonest. In the case of that 13-year-old from Kansas, she is just a year away from the age that she will statistically become sexually active, God forbid. The USA Today articles you shared stated that it is important for teens to be educated, which kind of seems to contradict your argument. Also, any parent that trusts a school to instill morals into their children is simply irresponsible. Parents need to take an active role in ensuring that the morals of the household supersede those of society. Please don’t make parents out to be helpless and ignorant.

  • Derp

    So typical to blame the media, or schools, or anyone else.
    “Parents would be shocked if they only knew….” is a theme I picked up in this article.
    Yet, if there wasn’t such an epidemic of absentee parents, perhaps this wouldn’t be such an issue. I mean, isn’t it common core for most parents today to sit their kid in front of a TV, or computer, then walk away and do whatever it is that they’re doing?
    Then they come back and say “*gasp!* My child was exposed to X, Y and Z while I wasn’t paying attention to them.”
    Please, it’s so typical nowadays for people to look for someone else to blame, or someone else to take responsibility. This article is simply more of the same. “Blame the media.” “Blame the teachers.”
    I swear, Michael, ever since you had your book published, your articles are becoming more and more tripe in order to hype the already paranoid into a frothing frenzy.
    How about this, Michael. Why don’t you attack the real problem: Most American parents don’t know how to raise their children. Or they’re too busy to raise their children. Maybe they’re not bad parents; they’re just overwhelmed with trying to survive.
    It’s always easier to demonize someone else. How about taking the harder route and hit the problem at the core? It would be painful, but hopefully would open some eyes…or at least force some people to look at themselves and how they raise their children.
    What do you say? Sound like something that’s achievable?

    • nickhz

      well said

    • gomurr

      “I mean, isn’t it common core for most parents today..”

      “Common Core”? Interesting you would use that phrase, if misplaced.

      I tend to agree with you about a lack of parental involvement in many cases, but you cannot dismiss the role of the schools, where your child spends 6 or 7 hours a day, or the media, which is designed to affect behavior and promote currently “acceptable” social attitudes.

      Unless a child is forthcoming with a parent about what is being taught in school, most parents are clueless. don’t expect the teachers or administration to be open with information, especially now with Common Core.

  • dadelaw

    If Americans didn’t have such a negative attitude towards secks in
    general, they might be able to deal with this problem a little more
    (I had to misspell the word in my post below since the
    system rejected my post with the word spelled correctly.) Americans are
    so PATHETIC! Oh good Lord, even this post was rejected because of “secks” (spelled correctly)

  • Piglet

    It doesn’t get any better when they go on to college. Google “College Rules” and “Dare Dorm” and you’ll turn up websites that pay students $10K to make sex films to be posted online. There does not appear to be any limit to what they’ll do for the money.

    • Watermeloniqua

      This is why I will NEVER send my children to college. If they want to go, they’ll pay for it themselves because I will not fund this kind of filth. People should refuse to send their kids…but they’re too concerned with image and making sure their kids are doing the socially acceptable thing instead of the correct thing. And this is what we get.

  • CallmeAdam

    I can’t immediately recall this Bible verse; it was in one of the Gospels and it talked about people raising up others to be just as bad as themselves. As a result, those who were raised up ended up even more evil than their peers.

    Talk about the student surpassing the teacher…

    Likewise, if it has gotten this bad in the public school systems, I can only expect it to continually worsen once this generation in question grows up and begins raising the next, etc., etc.

  • ProudInfidel

    Everybody needs to read the 45 Goals for the Communist takeover of America (1963) as read into the Congressional Record–Appendix, pp. A34-A35 on January 10, 1963. It’s scary how many of them have been accomplished!

  • NoChip4Me

    If the schools concentrated on Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Spelling, Sentence structure, History and Geography we would be a lot better off.

    Why can’t we go back to the old school system? In one blog, a reader did not even know who Josef Stalin was.
    Those who do not learn history’s mistakes are doomed to repeat it.

    Take away the video games, the TV and hand these kids a book that is going to impart knowledge.

    ProudInfidel is right, we have accomplished most of the 45 Communist’s goals for the destruction of our government.

  • Sandbagger

    When the parents themselves are sexually selling/abusing their own children, what do they care if the school gets in on the party?

    Parents need to educate themselves as to the tactics used by pedophiles and actually keep their eyes and ears open.

    Like an old slogan said: Children are to be SEEN and HEARD and BELIEVED.

  • oma3

    Parents, if you care about your children get them out of these cesspools and teach them yourself!

    This is one of the goals of communism- corrupt the youth so they will be easy to herd.

  • pookieamos

    Aside from the left having no morals , for whatever reason would they teach kindergartners about sex ? One possibility , perhaps they are being desensitized for sex with adults , you know Pedophelia ? Or perhaps they are being taught for future Islamic control ?

  • Cynical Guy 42

    Hey Michael, what’s your take on Common Core?

  • Watermeloniqua

    TURN OFF THE TV AND DON’T WATCH MOVIES! That will go a long way to solving that problem. You can’t control what happens outside of your home but when we go out and see pre-teens and teens dressed like prostitutes (which is a very common sight here), I make sure to discuss it with my children and usually say something like “What a shame that those girls don’t respect themselves enough to dress appropriately”. My kids seem to understand, but they get a VERY different education than most children. I also look for appropriate books and other materials for their consumption. They do not have video games or anything of the sort, no social media, NONE of it. When they are adults, if they choose to live a different life than they were raised, that’s their choice. But I will be damned if they will be like their “peers”. As a parent it is my responsibility to raise them right.

    • DJohn1

      The problem is “forbidden fruit” and that is what is taught both in and out of the school system.
      Subliminals are built into the system. It is not just TV or Computer Games.
      An entire generation or 3 were brought up that cigarettes are evil and should be avoided at any cost.

      The American Tobacco Industry went so far as to promote church ladies speaking before 7th and 8th grade classes telling children how evil smoking was to an entire group of children in the 50s. The result was they all wanted to try it. The age group was deliberately used.
      You are on the right track. People copy their parents. You lead by example.
      I applaud your discipline and morale resolve to raise children right.
      I must have done something right along the way. I am far from perfect. But all three of my boys and their families have turned into good Christians and they are raising their families in the same traditions.

      • Watermeloniqua

        I see your point, but maybe if people taught their children the truth and pointed out the manipulation inherent in the system, they might think twice. If I had known that it was all a way to basically screw me over, I would have done a lot of things differently. But I didn’t have that knowledge then. We do now, so hopefully that will make a difference. I hope my kids will turn out as well as yours have!