The supposedly "conservative" state of Idaho has been purchasing a "porn literacy" curriculum for children through its health department
· · Sep 15, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Just in case you thought you'd be protected from the sexual revolution by living in a conservative state like Idaho, think again.

The health department in the Gem State has been purchasing a curriculum from a pro-sex non-profit meant to teach children how to look up porn.

Yep, the state is using tax dollars to introduce children to porn.

While you are trying to protect your children from pornography, you have these non-profits writing pro-pornography curricula while states' HEALTH DEPARTMENTS are buying it up to introduce it to children.

Comprehensive sex-ed is often pro-pornography, especially when it's from any "affirming" organization like this one.

Idaho Freedom has a detailed write-up on how their state is pushing pornography on children.

ETR's Reducing the Risk curriculum promises to teach abstinence. Instead, ETR delivers a variety of approaches, including a "LGBTQ Inclusive" curriculum that queers education with an emphasis on "gender identity, sexual orientation and behavior." ETR also advocates for teaching elementary students about "porn literacy," which involves instruction on "kink and power, pleasure, sexual identity, sexual acts, and sexual exploration in relation to pornography."

For ETR, pornography consumption is a "required topic" in sex education. Though, as ETR admits, "the evidence is largely unclear whether sexually explicit media use influences future sexual health among adolescents." Introducing graphic sexual content into elementary schools creates opens minds and prepares students for sexual activity.

In an ETR-sponsored training titled "Porn Literacy in Sex Ed," Sarah Diamond, Associate Director of Prevention and Education at the University of San Diego, hopes sex educators avoid stigmatizing porn as bad but rather "help students reflect on their own values about pornography." Diamond suggests administering "porn literacy values" surveys and recommended activities wherein students defend ideas like "pornography can be a good way to learn about sex," even if they disagree.

Yeah, these perverts are suggesting that CHILDREN research PORN on their own.

But don't worry, they aren't groomers or anything like that. They're just concerned adults that want children to see graphic sex acts and have no shame in watching the explicit material.

No grooming here.

Allie Beth Stuckey nails it:

There are more details about the disgusting, perverted things this Planned Parenthood-supported organization is pushing on children. It's truly sickening.

ETR's radical curriculum spreads into Idaho schools through health districts. Idaho North Central Public Health District, for example, which serves Lewiston, Moscow, Orofino, Grangeville, and Kamiah, implements RTR in local schools.

A RTR curriculum link on the health district's website directs viewers and teachers to ETR's trainings on Porn Literacy and Queering Sex Ed.

The North Central Health District's website directs teens to several other resources endorsed by this government-financed interest group. The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy link takes kids to Power to Decide, showing kids where to get an abortion. Another link provided by the district is Love is Respect, which introduces kids to topics like polyamory and gender transitions. The Sex etc. link takes students to articles such as Transgender Men Can Get Pregnant, Too, surveys about masturbation, and AMAZE Org videos featuring cartoon depictions of porn and abortion.

Health districts are working to introduce the RTR curriculum into more schools. According to the 2018-2022 strategic plan of Central District Health, which serves Ada, Boise, Elmore, and Valley counties, RTR is being implemented in schools in three of the four counties it serves.

Yep, this stuff is in Idaho schools.

And you better make sure it's not in YOUR schools too.


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