Stop the sexualization of our children!

Stop the sexualization of our children!

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Santa Clarita Mom started this petition to Superintendent of Saugus Union School District

The California Healthy Youth Act is coming to our schools.  

Starting in TK/K, children will be taught about transgender topics, sexual health, same sex families, and gender fluidity.  Parents will be UNABLE TO OPT OUT of the gender identity lessons as they will be under the umbrella of anti bullying. Students will “be taught about masturbation in fourth through sixth grades; in seventh and eighth grade they’ll learn about consent and sexual abuse, and in ninth through 12th grade, they’ll learn more about “contraception and healthy sexual relationships, including advice for LGBTQ students.” (The Washington Post). 

Allowing these topics to be taught in a public school setting, takes away power from parents to teach their beliefs and values at home.  As parents we have the right, and obligation to our children, to control this narrative. The language within the Healthy Youth Act emphasizes that these will be age-appropriate discussions.  It is up to us as parents to decide if these topics are age appropriate or not.  

By signing this petition, you are letting our local school boards know that we do NOT want our children exposed to this explicit information at school.  We demand the right to voice our concerns to the school board, and those responsible for curriculum choices, before the 2019-2020 school year begins. If the district decides to teach the framework of the California Healthy Youth Act within our schools we request that parents be informed when each lesson, including gender identity lessons, will take place. We have the right to know what our children are being taught. As parents we reserve the right to remove our child from ANY discussion that is against our beliefs and values.  

 

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