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Welcome to the New Sex Education 101 in Schools
Sex education in school used to involve talks with a guidance counselor about puberty. Generally, those talks didn’t place until fifth or sixth grade. This has now all changed. Schools are introducing, well, actually forcing “adult sex education” on kids as early as pre-school. They are also challenging children and having them question their birth gender. If that isn’t enough, some schools recruit children to form gay and transgender clubs and listen to suggestive music promoting a gay lifestyle. And yet, they say there is no gay agenda.
Chris Tremolgie of the Washington Examiner recently wrote a story exposing how public schools in places like California are secretly recruiting students to form gay and transgender clubs. This is being done without the consent of parents. Tremoglie shares his investigative research with the hosts of “After Dark.” He says many parents are completely unaware of the LGBTQ agenda being pushed at the schools. Those who have learned of the push said their children were told not to share it with their parents. Joining the conversation is Kelly Schenkoske, a concerned parent in California who pulled her children out of public schools. She and her husband opted to home school their two children. She said what is happening in schools under the guise of education is dangerous and confusing for children. She hopes to make parents aware of what’s happening in schools on her social media platforms and reach out to other parents.
Kelly Schenkoske is an independent researcher and education advocate. She hosts “A Time to Stand” podcast, discussing educational concerns, parental rights, and politics. She is an avid critic of Critical Race Theory, Social Emotional Learning, Comprehensive Sexuality Education, Community School models, Critical Pedagogy, and Equitable Math. Through her podcast, she hopes to inform other parents, and others of the hidden dangers schools are putting our children in with their woke ideas. Schenkoske lives in California with her husband and two children.
Follow on Twitter: @kellyske and @atime_tostand
Christopher Tremoglie is a commentator writer for the Washington Examiner. He graduated cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a double major in Political Science and Russian and East European Studies. He is a 3-time recipient of a Keystone Press Award. His writings have appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Broad + Liberty, The Northeast Times, National Review, and Daily Caller. He has also appeared on OANN and FOX News. He is a volunteer fireman in his community. He was named a Philadelphia Person of the Year in 2020.
More from Chris Tremoglie: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/author/christopher-tremoglie
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