On April 23, 2019, a majority of State Representatives in the MN House voted to mandate (H.F. 1414) every Pre K-12 public/charter school to teach “Comprehensive” Sex Ed (CSE).
Join families across Minnesota to send a message to legislators to protect our children from a Minnesota school mandate that schools must teach Comprehensive Sex Ed (CSE) curricula that is being pushed by Planned Parenthood.
When: Sunday, Sept. 22 | 1:30 – 3:30 PM
Rain or Shine
Where: MN State Capitol Steps, St. Paul (unless rain then in the rotunda)
Protect Kids Rally flyers to download:
Did You Know?
Please watch this short video to discover the “impact” of this bill.
War on Children: Exposing the Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda (11 minute video)
CSE removes all natural and protective boundaries for children and teens, encouraging early sexual exploration in graphic detail.
CSE uses porn-like images and graphic descriptions to teach children as young as 10 that all “consensual” sexual activity is their “right”. Example: It’s Perfectly Normal
CSE teaches kids how to:
- “consent” to sex
- to masturbate
- experience climax
- claim bodily autonomy for abortion rights
- promote multiple sexual orientations and gender identities
- get referrals for abortion and gender counseling with no parental involvement or notification
- have “safe” vaginal, oral and anal sex
CSE allows unlicensed Planned Parenthood and gender activists into your child’s classroom to teach these dangerous and unhealthy practices.
CSE grooms children for early sexual activity making them vulnerable targets for sexual abuse, experimentation and trafficking
Are You OK With That?
If not, please mark your calendars for Sunday, September 22 and join other concerned families for the Protect Kids Rally!
- Ways to Help (PDF)
Be part of the solution – volunteer to help Stop CSE! Link to attached document
- Stop Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)
Legislative mandate, legislators’ opposition responses in video and roll call votes 2019
- The Dangers of Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE)
History, links, videos and more (CSE)