Story (and pictures) from UK Daily Mail. (H/T Andrew)
A mother has taken her seven-year-old daughter out of school after she was made to watch a cartoon showing a couple chasing each other around a bed and having sex.
Seven and eight-year-old pupils watched the controversial Channel 4 sex education DVD, Living and Growing, at their village primary school.
A voice-over on the DVD describes the sex as ‘exciting’.
Mrs Bullivant said: ‘The cartoon was very graphic. My daughter was frightened and children have unfortunately been copying what they have seen. Parents should have been given the decision of whether the video should have been shown or not.
I think that the cause of this push for sex education is feminism. Feminists want women to learn to desire commitment-free sex, (c.f. – the sexual revolution), because they think that women should be identical to men. That is also why feminists support taxpayer-funded contraception and abortion – which reduces the costs and risks of premarital sex. Single-payer health care is also great for lowering the costs of risky sexual behavior by passing them on to taxpayers.
And there are other lessons to be learned from this story for left-of-center “Christians” who think that teachers have the best interests of the children at heart.
- Sex education causes young people to have sex earlier, to get pregnant out-of-wedlock and to abort innocent children
- Having your children or your neighbor’s children engage in sex before they are married is not pleasing to Jesus
- The more money is taxed away for public schools, the less each family has for homeschooling and private schools
- Even if YOU can afford homeschooling or private education, your neighbors can’t, and their behaviors drive up social costs
- The goal of teacher unions is to outlaw school choice, so that this indoctrination of children becomes unavoidable
You can read about the results of the Labour Party’s aggressive push for sex education for young children here: Most children of British mothers born out of wedlock – UK Telegraph.