Sex Education

It is time for parents, grandparents and every community members to STOP allowing our children to be indoctrinated by liberal school boards! 


Link to "Do you want your child to be a parent before they graduate from High School?" (SCHOOL BOARD INFO)-Link to Page with resources, background and documentation

Public education what are they teaching our children - How to have a healthy relationship or how to be a porn star?   Our country's liberal view on sexual relationships of all kinds has infiltrated our schools.   Children's minds are being bombarded with confusing topics that pursuing a health relationship is almost impossible to recognize. 

Look at the books in our media centers/libraries. (Warning-These are book in our school but highly inappropriate.)  

Do you know what 'sex education' program exists in your child's school?  It is even being taught in elementary schools!  If you don't have access reach out to your school board.  What are they hiding?? 

 Questions & Answers:

  • Are comprehensive sex education programs effective?  If so, why are 50% of all new STD infections occurring among 15–24-year-old students. (CDC)This graphic shows latest CDC data indicate that nearly half of all new STI infections occur among nation's youth, with 45.5% of all new STIs were among young people ages 15-24 in 2018

  • Aren’t most STDs treatable? No, not all STDs are curable and many show no signs and symptoms. Only way to prevent STDs is to avoid sexual behavior.  HIV is not curable, Hepatitis B effects 1% of the US Population, often unaware, 100 times more infectious than HIV. 

  • What difference does it make how many sexual partners a person has if they use protection?  The more sexual partners a person has the greater the chance of STDs, pregnancy, parenthood, and abortion.  Children are not mentally or physically prepared for any of these consequences. Many have lifelong long-term impacts.  A picture containing textDescription automatically generated

  • Won’t the teen pregnancy rate increase if we stop teaching contraceptive-based sex education programs?  No, teen pregnancy rates have dramatically decreased when funding for ‘safe sex’ and free birth control have been terminated. 

  • What is the impact of teens becoming parents?  

    • Increase rates High School Dropout

    • Only about 50% of teen mothers receive a high school diploma by 22 years of age, whereas approximately 90% of women who do not give birth during adolescence graduate from high school.

    • Teen fathers have a 25//30% lower probability of graduating from high school.

    • Increase in Mental Health issues: Depression, Substance Abuse, PTSD, Increase risk of living in poverty, being a single parent, living in an abuse relationship



Sex Education Articles

Website Link Date
Jul 5 2023

We need more people to speak up!  

Sex Education
Sep 10 2021 Sex Education
Jun 12 2023


"The toolkit from the nation's largest teachers union included LGBTQ+ trainings, LGBTQ+ book recommendations, links for LGBTQ+ guidance and a pronoun guide which detailed different ways to address people, including the masculine he/him/his and feminine she/her/hers and gender-neutral alternatives."

Sex Education, transgender, LGBTQ
Feb 5 2023

Renner's letter to Superintendent Addison Davis follows Julie Gebhards' challenge of a book at Pierce Middle School, called "This Book is Gay." According to Gebhards, the book graphic depictions of sexual conduct and step-by-step instructions on how to access a mobile sex app.

Hillsborough School Board, Sex Education, HGG

BEWARE: The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (also known as SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change) develops and advocates for the adoption of left-of-center “comprehensive” sexual education curricula and opposes abstinence education and parental oversight of sex ed classes in K-12 schools.

The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States was founded in 1964 by sexual education activist Mary S. Calderone, then a medical director at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, along with fellow activists Wallace Fulton, William Genne, Lester Kirkendall, Harold Lief, and Clark Vincent. [1]

Sex Education, Planned Parenthood, Influence Watch
Jan 13 2023

Why we need 5 new school board members! 

Hillsborough School Board, Sex Education
Jan 6 2008

Conclusion: The program achieved a significant reduction in teen sexual initiation, and the role of the cognitive mediators was supported.

Weed, Study, Sex Education
Jan 6 2017

With the government cuts in sex-ed funding, teen pregnancies in England have fallen to their lowest level since 1969, according to the new study. In fact, the statistics show teen pregnancy rates diminished the most in those areas where secular sex-ed budgets were most aggressively cut.

Phelps told LifeSiteNews that he has seen it before. “Specifically, Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest received a $4 million grant from the Obama administration for sex education,” he continued. “According to a report released by the Obama administration itself, females in the program reported becoming pregnant at a higher rate than females receiving the alternative program.”

“So after $4 million of taxpayer funding, teen pregnancy increased among teens who received the government's contraception-based sex education program,”

Sex Education
Dec 15 2022 Sex Education
Jan 3 2023

"Florida must always be a great place to raise a family – we will enact more family-friendly policies to make it easier to raise children, and we will defend our children against those who seek to rob them of their innocence." - GRD

#TheFreeStateofFlorida #FLInauguration2023

DeSantis, Education, Sex Education
Nov 21 2022

TAMPA — Incensed by the Hillsborough County School Board’s choice of sex education curriculum in September, more than 3,000 parents and other residents petitioned the district in hopes of forcing a change.

On Thursday, dozens of the objectors urged an independent hearing officer to recommend that the board drop its choice and start over. They told retired judge Claudia Isom that the curriculum did not encourage abstinence-based lessons, as state law requires if sex education is taught, and that many of the materials are inappropriate for students in seventh through ninth grades.

Sex Education, School Board
Aug 17 2019

“Gender theory”/“Gender ideology” – Select Teaching Resources The following select excerpts from various sources are intended to provide some information (not exhaustive) in the area of “gender theory”/“gender ideology” and may be helpful for educational purposes in the pastoral and public policy context.

gender, human sexuality, Sex Education
Mar 9 2022

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Sex Education, gender, Pinellas
Jan 22 2022

The Pirate Podcast brings you up to speed on the Inclusive Schools Support Guide written by a transgender advisor and endorsed by the Pinellas County School Board.

Link to Podcast

Photo of Esme Rodriguez, Author, Pinellas County Inclusive Schools Support Guide, Safe and Healthy School Coordinator. 


Sex Education, human sexuality, gender
Jan 28 2022

Polk County Public Schools Superintendent Frederick Heid has asked middle and high school librarians to remove 16 books from school media center shelves for a review after receiving complaints about the books from the activist group County Citizens Defending Freedom.

Sex Education, human sexuality, gender
Feb 11 2022


Biden just denounced the Parental Rights in Education Act as “a hateful bill” towards the LGBTQI+ community, but this is a good bill which should be called “The-Don’t-Change-My-Son-Into-a-Daughter Act.” Though opponents nickname it the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, there is nothing in this bill preventing anyone from ‘saying gay.’ It is designed to limit young students’ exposure to conversations about gender and sexual orientation before they’ve matured. Listen to John Stemberger discuss this bill on Washington Watch with Tony Perkins.

parental rights, Sex Education, gender
Dec 2 2021

MUST READ THIS ARTICLE   Littlejohn, who is a mother of three children and a licensed mental health counselor, was shocked. Shocked at the fact that the meeting took place without her knowledge.

She had previously informed school officials about the family situation. Her daughter was experiencing stress about her gender at the height of the pandemic and the family was completely caught by surprise. The family found a counselor and began researching the issue.

And now school officials had intervened between her and her daughter over a very personal issue.

She would later explain in a speech to the Florida Family Policy Council how “gender ideology almost destroyed my family.”

gender, Sex Education, human sexuality
Feb 4 2022 Sex Education, gender

Click here for PowerPoint on Pinellas's Sex Education Program...  
Thank you..SafeEd K-12

Sex Education, Pinellas, gender
Nov 25 2019

Is this what we want throughout our nation?  "Christian Edwards, a parent who lives in Murrieta said, 'I came out to support parents who don’t want to be forced to vaccinate their children and to fight back against the schools allowing minors to leave campus to have abortions or hormone therapy.'"

Voicing disapproval from behind a computer or cell phone on social media just doesn’t cut it anymore, especially with social media censoring dissenting voices more and more these days.

Sex Education, California, gender
Sex Education

As of October 31, 2017, fifteen Florida school districts have adopted a comprehensive health education policy that includes a requirement for comprehensive reproductive and sexual health education curriculum. These districts include: Alachua, Desoto, Franklin, Gadsden, Glades, Hendry, Hillsborough, Indian River, Leon, Liberty, Martin, Monroe, Pasco, Polk, and Putnam. These policies include the following language.

The board requires evidence-based, medically accurate, age-appropriate, and comprehensive reproductive and sexual health education curriculum. This curriculum shall include information about:

  • abstinence as the only certain way to avoid pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS;
  • the consequences of teenage pregnancy;
  • the health benefits and side effects of contraception and condoms;
  • responsible decision-making, communication, and relationship skills; and
  • the importance of family-child communication.

Sex Education, gender