Parents to Rally at Capitol for Sex-Ed Transparency Bill

Parental rights and faith-based organizations from around California will be gathering at the state capitol next week to support a bill that prevents elementary schools from hiding comprehensive sex education lessons from parents. Senator Mike Morrell authored the SB 673 after hearing that some schools were disrespecting parental rights by…

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ACLU & CA Dep. of Education Mislead Parents on Opt-Out Rights for Gender & Sexual Orientation Lessons

Despite what the California Department of Education (CDE) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) have been telling school districts, parents do have the right to opt their children out of sex education and health lessons on gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) explained…

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State Officials Remove Several Books from Sex Ed Guidelines After Parent Protest

Last Wednesday was the third time this year parents with Informed Parents of California (IPOC) traveled to Sacramento to protest the pornographic, immoral, and age inappropriate content within proposed Department of Education K-12 health curriculum guidelines. But no matter what adjectives they used to describe the sexual debauchery being promoted,…

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The Bible Under Assault

The Bible has been the subject of a lot of news lately. The Editors at GQ magazine recently published a piece called, “21 Books You Don’t Have to Read.” You guessed it. The Editors at GQ put the Bible as number 12 on the list, claiming that it is a…

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Concerned parents speak out against graphic, discriminatory sex education curriculum in San Diego

(Warning: this story contains graphic/frank descriptions of sexual activity.) By Amy Haywood When it comes to protecting children from harmful messages, San Diego Unified School District’s (SDUSD) school board president, Kevin Beiser, underestimated the parents and faith communities in his district. Earlier this month, a rally was organized at a…

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