Sexuality Education, commonly called Sex Ed, is no longer simply teaching children about biological reproduction but has devolved into exposing children to graphic content at very early ages that strip children of their innocence.

History of Sex Ed

Sex education’s foundation began with the unethical experimentation of children in what is called The Kinsey Report. Kinsey was a pedophile who molested children for data and the conclusions he made from these molestations were extraordinarily unfounded. Judith Reisman was one of the key people to expose this fraud.

Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE)

What follows is a brief overview of CSE.  Please go to our dedicated page, Stop Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE), for details and resources concerning CSE. CPL has been strategically involved in campaigns to stop CSE in our schools.

“Comprehensive Sex Education commonly known as CSE is a highly controversial, “rights-based” approach to sex education that encompasses a great deal more than just teaching children and youth about sexual intercourse and human reproduction. CSE programs seek to change society by changing sexual and gender norms and teaching youth to advocate for their sexual rights.” Stop CSE

Did you know that CSE is an effort by SEICUS, the umbrella organization of Planned Parenthood, to advance CSE kindergarten through 12th grade in every state in every school in the nation? “Sex ed for social change.” That is SIECUS’ tag line. Pushing CSE is more than teaching children about sex, it is to bring about social change….

What is Comprehensive Sexuality Education?
Learn what CSE is, the organizations behind it, the worldview it represents and sample curriculum from Protect Our Kids. (6 minutes)

Sex Education in our Schools

What is being taught in our schools concerning sexuality education? Below are some concerns as well as helpful resources to understand how sexuality education is being presented.

  • Sex on the School Calendar (PDF)
    Appearing frequently in schools across the nation, sexualized content on school calendars has become increasingly prevalent. Something for every month and then some. Are any of these scheduled in your local district?
    • The National Sex Education Standards: Core Content and Skills, K–12 (Second Edition) (PDF)
      Some schools use these standards. Notice the organizations submitting these standards and their intend that goes beyond teaching basic sex education.“Developed by the Future of Sex Education (FoSE) Initiative, a partnership between Advocates for Youth, Answer, and SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change that seeks to create a national dialogue about the future of sex education and to promote the institutionalization of quality sex education in public schools.” p. 2“This updated NSES have been written with a trauma-informed lens; have been infused with principles of reproductive justice, racial justice, social justice, and equity; address social determinants of health and how these can lead to inequitable health outcomes; and take an intersectional approach. (emphasis added)” p. 8
  • Curriculum Samples
    CSE comes in various types of curriculums and from various organizations. A sampling is included on our Curriculum page including how to evaluate sex education curriculum.
  • Sex: The Rest of the Story
    By LeAnna Benn and Alfred J Derby, MD
    Comprehensive Sexual Education is damaging our most valuable resource—children. You will want to add this activist’s guide to transforming sex education in your reference library!
  • You’re Teaching My Child What? (56 minute video)
    book coverpresented by Miriam Grossman, MD
    Dr. Grossman’s mission is to highlight the dangers of the anything-goes, condom-based approach to sexual health. With examples from cutting edge research, she proves that sex is a serious matter, and can never be ‘casual’, especially for girls. Her book You’re Teaching My Child What? is an excellent resource.
  • Assessing the Benefits of Delayed Sexual Activity: A Synthesis of the Literature Report (PDF)
    Office of Planning, Research & Evaluation (OPRE), An Office of the Administration for Children & Families
    The project team reviewed 57 studies. “This report synthesizes the current research literature on the benefits of delayed sexual activity. Although we include research on teen pregnancy and STIs, a main purpose of the synthesis is to assess the evidence for potential benefits extending beyond these physical outcomes. We also discuss the methodological approaches researchers have developed to study the benefits of delayed sexual activity for these outcomes…”
  • The Health Risks of Aberrosexual Behavioral Choices (PDF)
    by John R Diggs, Jr. M.D.The health risks in sexual behaviors can not be overlooked. Students are often given a false sense of security about high-risk behaviors. Dr. Diggs addresses some of these issues in his report.

Combating the Sexualization of Our Children with Jaco Booyens
Jaco Booyens, renowned anti-sex trafficking activist, interviewed by PragerU CEO Marissa Streit.
In schools across America, lessons are being taught that put our kids in danger.  Jaco Booyens explains the sexualization of children, its direct impact on sex crimes, and empowering parents to protect their children.
27 minutes

Why Kids Don’t Tell Their Parents about Offensive Sexual Materials in their Classroom
Four reasons children gave for not telling their parents about offensive ideas and materials presented to them in the classroom.

  1. I thought they already knew.
  2. I thought my parents went through the same class.
  3. I thought they approved, since it is in school.
  4. I thought it must be okay because they told me I could trust my teachers.

In other words, parents’ trust for the teachers and schools, which they have passed on to their children, are being betrayed. When a child is exposed to ideas and information that violate their family’s values, attitudes, and beliefs, they are unable to recognize it as an offense, because the parents have entrusted them to the care of the school.

It’s Perfectly Normal

Sample of It’s Perfectly Normal Curriculum

The sample below is a “developmentally-appropriate programmatic instruction” book available in school libraries and used in the Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) curriculum promoted by SIECUS and Planned Parenthood. Is this appropriate for a 10 year old?! Your children may be in danger! This may be coming to a school near you!
It’s Perfectly Normal review by Barb Anderson (PDF)

MN Schools that have It’s Perfectly Normal in their library

These are the schools we are aware of having It’s Perfectly Normal in their student libraries. We will remove a school from the list once we have confirmation that they have removed the book from their resource or student library.

McKinley Elementary School Bloomington Public Schools

  • Oak Grove Elementary
  • Valley View Middle School

Osseo Area Schools/District 279

  • Crest View Elementary
  • Palmer Lake Elementary
  • Zanewood Community School

Saint Paul Public Schools

  • Randolph Heights Elementary
  • Washington Technology Secondary
  • Humbolt Secondary School
  • Harding Senior High
  • Highland Park Middle School

Electronic resource

  • Phalen Lake Hmong Studies Magnet
  • Open World Learning Community
  • Highwood Hills Elementary

Minneapolis Public Schools

  • Emerson Spanish Immersion Learning Center
  • Hmong International Academy
  • Olson Middle School
  • Anwatin Middle School
  • Edison High School
  • Wellstone International High School
  • Nellie Stone Johnson

Hopkins Public Schools

  • Meadowbrook Elementary
  • Hopkins North Jr. High
  • South Washington School District 833
  • Lake Middle School

Annandale Public Schools District 876

  • Annandale Middle School

St. Cloud District 742

  • Discovery Community Elementary School
  • Apollo High School
  • Spring Lake Park High School

Planned Parenthood

Who knew that Planned Parenthood has a published manifesto describing its extreme sexual views for youth? Alarms are being sounded about Planned Parenthood’s prominent Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) role in our schools as they team up with SIECUS. The model for SIECUS is “Sex Education for social change” and now expanded to “Sex ed is a vehicle for racial justice.” It is no longer about teaching children basic biology but using sex ed for radical changes in our society using cultural Marxism ideologies such as critical race theory, systemic racism, etc.

  • Monica Cline (19 minutes)
    A former instructor of Comprehensive Sex Education trained by Planned Parenthood tells her story.

  • Hooking Kids on Sex (6 minutes)
    Planned Parenthood exposes children to sexual material in order to seed a generation of sex addicts, who will become future customers for the abortion giant. This report exposes Planned Parenthood’s sex-education programs, using images from Planned Parenthood’s own websites, social networks, and events.

  • Planned Parenthood Eden Prairie Clinic, Minnesota (7 minutes)
    This footage reveals the danger of the Planned Parenthood agenda going back to 2014 when it was captured. If you want to protect your children, do not let them go to Planned Parenthood or allow the schools to take them there!

  • Amaze (content warning to parents)
    Beware! A community educator for Planned Parenthood has created Amaze that produced online cartoon shorts that appeal to children and adolescents but the content goes even beyond Comprehensive Sex Education materials. This is an initiative led by Advocates for Youth, Answer and Youth Tech Health and IPPF/WHR.
  • How Planned Parenthood Enables Child Predators
    According to the most reliable studies, among girls 15 and younger who become pregnant, 60% to 80% of them are impregnated by adult men. This pedophilia is being hidden from law enforcement by mandatory reporting laws being intentionally ignored by clinics such as Planned Parenthood that provide pregnancy testing and abortion services.