Minnesota is a Dangerous Place for Children

On January 17, 2023, Governor Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flannagan announced they were going to “make Minnesota the best state in the country for kids to grow up.”

Four months later, let’s review the legislation that has been passed or proposed which directly impacts children in Minnesota. As it stands right [Read More]

Outrage Over the Richfield 3Rs Sex Education Curriculum

Article version in PDF

Last month, informed and concerned parents exposed a sexually explicit and morally bankrupt sex education curriculum during a Richfield, Minnesota school board meeting. Called the 3R’s; “Rights, Respect and Responsibility,” the harmless sounding title “deliberately” deceives parents, as one testifier charged. Parents read the [Read More]

Prohibit Obscenity in Schools Act

Obscenity in Schools

SF1609 and HF232
MN bills 2021-2022

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  1. Obscenity is harmful to minors
    Obscenity is defined in Minnesota Statute as harmful to minors:
    Minnesota statute 617.291:
    Subdivision 1. Finding. The legislature finds that sexually explicit materials and exhibitions presented before an audience are harmful to minors.
    Subdivision 2. Best interest. It is in the best [Read More]
2024-06-04T13:37:30-05:00December 9, 2021|CPL Article, education, exploitation, gender, sexuality education|

Libraries Violate Public Trust with Drag Queen Story Hours

November 4, 2019

Minnesota Hennepin County Libraries found themselves under long overdue scrutiny last month after pictures of local drag queens “Gemini Valentine” and “Sasha Sota” reading to toddlers were posted on the Child Protection League Action Facebook page. Gemini arrived in a skin tight leotard which came to [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:02:49-05:00November 11, 2019|CPL Article, education, exploitation, gender, sexuality education|

Mandated Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSE)

April 6, 2019

Legislative Session 2019
HF1414 / SF2065

Mandated CSE Handout (PDF)

What does the Minnesota’s Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSE) Bill do?

  • The MN Commissioner of Education must identify a model comprehensive sexual health education program for K through 12 and provide it to all schools, including written materials, curriculum resources, and training [Read More]
2023-06-05T17:03:24-05:00April 6, 2019|CPL Article, legislation, sexuality education|

Is your child UNSAFE at the doctor’s office?

June 29, 2018

Is your child UNSAFE at the doctor’s office?
HealthPartner’s New Dangerous Teen Questionnaire

New HealthPartner’s Policy
We Have Questions
It Gets Even More Dangerous
Questionnaire
Parents, Take Action

New HealthPartner’s Policy

On June 5, 2018 a mother took her teenage son to Riverway Clinic in Anoka for a checkup. At the end of the appointment she was told [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:06:31-05:00June 29, 2018|CPL Article, privacy, sexuality education|

The Health Risks of Aberrosexual Behavioral Choices

by JOHN R. DIGGS, JR. M.D.

As a physician, it is my duty to assess behavioral choices for their impact on health and well-being. When something is beneficial, such as exercise, good nutrition, or adequate sleep, it is my duty to recommend it. Likewise, when something is harmful, such as smoking, overeating, alcoholism, drug abuse, or aberrosexualism, i.e., biologically aberrant sexual [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:22:41-05:00December 10, 2015|CPL Article, gender, sexuality education|

Eroticizing the Classroom

July 2015

Protect Your Kids!

Dr. Judith Reisman, in her article, Abusive Charms: Eroticized Classrooms Target the Most Vunerable (PDF), states:

Among the new resources brought into the classroom as part of the federal education standards known as Common Core are materials that, but for the obscenity exemptions, would be illegal to provide to children. For example, per Common [Read More]
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