- Jun 26, 2019
The only topics you have commented on this forum are this one, “transgender abuse” and the “socialized to be rapist” thread where in each case you come down on the right.
Whether it’s insinuating that there is an agenda behind the LGBT movement or going on anti-feminist rants. You can pretend it’s above politics but it shows.
Sharon Slater is opposed to all sex-Ed due to religious beliefs and has a crusade of dis-information and pseudoscience.
First I don’t just accept something I see on YouTube as truth without verification like most people in the conspiracy community. She seizes on parts of curriculums out of context and puts her spin on it to make it seem like it’s something it is not. I wouldn’t be surprised if she just printed some of those pamphlets her self either. I wasn’t convinced watching a person hold up an article they printed from their computer to be honest.
The California Board of Education removed this book and several others from the curriculum after outrage from Californian families. Just so you get an idea of what was going on those supplementary materials (though not all of them have even been removed), it includes descriptions of anal sex, bondage and other sexual activity. And the author is Heather Corrina -"Heather Corinna is an author, activist, and Internet publisher with a focus on progressive, affirming sexuality. She is a self-described "queer, rabblerousing, polymath." She was one of the pioneers of positive human sexuality on the Internet." Going by her bio and your logic you'd think she most likely is more liberal right? So why can supplementary materials be affiliated with one kind of political ideology but whenever it's anything right of you, it's a problem? And yes, the other programmes mentioned in the video do exist.