Eagnews.org reports: The Parkway School District is contemplating changes to its sex education curriculum to include discussions about gender identity, but many parents and students are speaking out against the move. District officials are updating the health curriculum for the first time since 2008, and a current proposal before the school board would expand lessons to include topics like gender identity. Parents are concerned the topics – which would undoubtedly include talks about transgender, bi, gay, lesbian and other types of abnormal relationships – are better discussed at home, and worry the revamped sex education curriculum could undermine family values, KSDK reports. “I don’t want people getting into this whole LGBTQ mindset in school, because it could just throw them off for life,” Parkway student Rob Roseman told board members at a meeting last Wednesday, according to the news site... “Fender identity discussions will begin at the elementary school level over the course of at least four heath education classes,” KSDK reports. “Middle and high school students will have 6-8 classes devoted to gender issues, and healthy relationships – which include topics like homosexuality, and age of consent.”... MHFM Comment: This is a good example of why people should homeschool.
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