Sex Ed Sit Out: ‘Stick to the Biology of Reproduction or We Will Pull our Children out of Schools Permanently’

Parents unhappy with controversial sex education in school are pulling their children out of class April 23 in a protest called Sex Ed Sit Out. The protest was started by a few mothers on social media, but has gained momentum across several U.S cities, the UK and Australia.

“Parents are demanding to know why their children are being taught how to have anal and oral sex, masturbate one another, and question one’s gender,” LifeSiteNews reported.

They also want to know why their tax dollars are funding resources that teach promiscuous behavior and which the CDC has deemed a health risk.

“Funding is dangled in front of the schools by special interest groups to push this propaganda, contingent upon the schools using their curriculum,” Elizabeth Johnston, one of the protesting mothers explained. “There is no transparency with parents and downright deception being employed on the part of school administrators. Parents can’t opt their kids out of the sex ed and anti-bullying programs when they don’t even know they exist and when they are being rolled out across the curriculum in multiple subject areas.”

Comprehensive sex ed is often sponsored by special interest LGBT groups like Human Rights Campaign, and disguised as anti-bullying programs, according to Rhonda Miller, Education Chairman of the Indiana Liberty Coalition.

“If it’s not okay for special interest groups like the NRA to be buying classroom time to push their agenda, then how is it okay for HRC monies to be buying schools off to teach gender-bending ideology and anal sex tutorials?” Miller said.

The goal of the Sex Ed Sit Out protest is to have school administrators stop what Johnson calls “graphic and radical LGBT gender-bending propaganda.”

“We send our kids to school to learn reading, writing, science and history, not how to have sex without getting caught or inconvenienced. Stick to the biology of reproduction or we will pull our children out of schools permanently,” Johnson said.

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