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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Diane Schneider
I hate to say I told you so, but ... well ... I did.
Parents need to ask their children's teachers if and why they would belong to the National Education Association, the huge teachers union that is pushing the sexualizing of our children ("NEA at work," Culture, Monday).
"Graphic sex education for youth is the new battleground at the UN, as evidenced by side events during the past week at the Commission on the Status of Women," writes Lauren Funk at the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute.
In her presentation, titled "Sexuality, Homophobia and Transphobia: The Need to Improve Access to Education and Work," Ms. Schneider said, "Homophobia exists when those stuck in the binary box of 'strictly hetero' find themselves slipping out of that role that religion and family promote."
"Schools need to teach about orgasms," NEA representative Diane Schneider said at a recent panel discussion.