For a very long time in America, academics were complicated: Schools offered multiple subjects for which challenging assignments and tough tests were the norm. Concerning sex, however, things were simple: There were boys and girls and XX/XY chromosomes — a small point of fact among many things covered in biology class. As for sexual activity, it wasn’t spoken about to children.
Education seems to be inverted: “Gender identity” has replaced sex, and it’s quite complex. All forms of carnal activity are encouraged in class. Academics have, however, been simplified, as can be seen from the nation’s plummeting test scores.
The San Diego Unified Schools District (SDUSD) is a prime example of schooling’s increasing sexual complexity. Its teachers are being trained in the modern mosaics of wokeness.
Christopher Rufo, City Journal, reports that the district has adopted the principles of academic queer theory. It will then “translate them into K-12 education, with the ultimate goal to dismantle ‘heteronormativity’ and promote a constellation of new sexual identities such as genderqueer, ‘nonbinary’, ‘pansexual’ and even ‘two-spirit. ‘”
Christopher obtained many documents from SDUSD that reflected his ideological efforts.
Rufo stated that the district believes our sexual misinformation was a result of whiteness, a well-known sinister source.
White Europeans created a false gender binary and used the categories “male” or “female” to dominate racial minorities and sexual minorities.
“Workshops to LGBTQ+ Youth & Allies”, which includes more than 200 educational slides, decries the outdated notion that men and women make the universe go round.
Gender Binary refers to a social construct that places “male” or “female”, as synonyms with “man” or “woman”, and dictates how those assigned to these categories should behave.
It is a serious condition.
This system is limited and excludes transgender, nonbinary, intersex, and gender-nonconforming individuals.
Long ago, schoolchildren were told to shut up and sit down. These days, however, there is unprecedented accommodation. SDUSD instructors are required to use the “gender pronouns” requested by students and to maintain eye contact so that everyone feels included and seen.
Evidently, intimacy is crucial. Accordingly, the district’s “Key message for discussion” is that “sex can still be fun and meaningful in healthy relationships.” Another group conversation asked, “What does “LGBTQ+-inclusive sexual ed” mean to you?”
- Safe Oral Sex
- Safer Vaginal Sex
- Safer Anal Sex
- Two sexual diagrams are shown — those of “reproductive anatomy of people with a penis” and “reproductive anatomy of people with a vulva.”
The training, which includes practice exercises, then serves as a starting point for hypothetical questions: “Is masturbating okay?” “How can gay people have sex?”
What does semen taste like?
- What might be the intent of the question?
- What knowledge do they need to make healthy choices?
- How could you make your response inclusive of all students?
- How would you respond?
It is possible that answering this question would have led to a court appearance. America’s puritanical ways have been put to rest.
Also addressed: Students who want to give up their biological sex. The district clearly identifies where authority lies: with the school and not the parents.
Request for Student Information Change — Confidential
Students have the right to privacy. This includes the right to keep their transgender status and gender-nonconforming presentations at school private. …
Staff members of the school cannot disclose information that could reveal the student’s gender identity or transgender status to anyone. Given the sensitive nature of the information, school staff must not reveal a student’s preferred name, pronoun(s), and other confidential information regarding the student’s gender-nonconforming or transgender status to parents, guardians, staff members, or third parties without permission from the student.
If a survey had been conducted in 1980 asking students if they were afraid of school, the probable result would have been a near-zero percentage. Today’s generation knows that disagreement is violence. With the help of the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, SDUSD addresses safety at school.
GLSEN’s 2011 study shows that the following students felt unsafe due to their gender identity.
- Cisgender Males: 32.2 percent
- Cisgender Females: 22.5 percent
- Another Gender: 61.2 percent
- Genderqueer: 61.6 percent
- Transgender: 75.1 percent
Teachers will be required to look out for words and actions that can create fear. To emphasize the number of marginalized children that faculty will be responsible for, the training presents a portrait of three students in public education. Each student introduces themselves with a brief descriptor.
- “I’m a 17-year-old Chicana lesbian and intersectional feminist living in Houston, Texas.”
- “I use they/them pronouns and identify as genderfluid. I’m passionate about gender eradication and POC (nonwhite) movements.”
- “I’m a 15-year-old transgender guy. I am asexual and panromantic, which means that I take the phrase ‘hearts not parts’ very literally.”
Education has changed dramatically. The training documents show that the San Diego Unified Schools District has enough gender identity and sex education to cover the entire school year. This sector is at least under control.
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