Parents in Virginia need to know that the state board of education in Richmond is at work preparing the sex ed curriculum for all public schools beginning in the fall, 2021. Be aware of trends: New Jersey just added ‘anal sex’ to its learning standards for eighth graders. That being the case, Virginia well may add the same standard to its curriculum, too.
Lawmakers in Richmond last winter made sure that the sex ed curriculum includes all manner of sexual material when they handed their mandate to the board of education. That includes the accommodation of transgender (TG) students in using restrooms, shower and dressing rooms of their identified gender. For example, girls will have biological males using their facilities regardless of modesty.
In addition, TG students will dress as they gender-identify and be called by their chosen name and pronouns. If I tell you I am…
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