“Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) goes far beyond sex-ed, and is a dangerous assault on the health and innocence of children.” ~ American College of Pediatricians

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While there is not one universal definition of “comprehensive sexuality education” (CSE) and what it includes, CSE is a highly controversial, “rights-based” approach to sex education that encompasses a great deal more than just teaching children and youth about sexual intercourse and human reproduction. Developed in the West, primarily in the United States, CSE is now being implemented in most countries around the world.

Comprehensive sexuality education programs seek to change society by changing sexual and gender norms and teaching youth to advocate for their sexual rights. Most CSE programs promote acceptance of diverse sexual identities and orientations and have an almost obsessive focus on sexual pleasure, instructing children and youth at the earliest ages on how to obtain sexual pleasure in a variety of ways.

The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Agenda:

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How Does CSE Harm Children?

How is CSE Different from Other Sexual Health Programs?

Sexual education or “sex ed” is education that focuses on the human reproductive system and helps youth understand the changes their bodies experience during puberty. It is not uncommon for Sex Ed programs to include contraceptive or abstinence instruction.

Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is vastly different from standard sex-ed instruction.  Although CSE instruction will include most of the instruction covered by Sex Ed programs, it typically does not include abstinence education in any depth, and it will go much further using graphic materials and visuals that are sexually explicit in nature.

The ultimate goal of CSE is to change the sexual and gender norms of society.   CSE is a “rights-based” approach to sexuality education and promotes sexual rights to children at the expense of their sexual health.  Read MORE HERE

What is the Agenda Driving CSE Programs?

One of the main goals of comprehensive sexuality education is to radically change the gender and sexual norms of society and to establish rights for children as sexually autonomous beings.  In order to fulfill these alleged sexual rights, activists claim that children must have unfettered access to “comprehensive” sexual information that leaves no sexual knowledge behind.


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Proposed ‘sex ed’ curriculum infuriates parents in Omaha:

A battle over sex education in Omaha schools roiling since last year is set to come to a head soon, with the district’s board of education scheduled to vote this week on proposed new Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) standards.

The new standards are an effort to usurp parents as primary educators of their children, one parents’ group says, and with the push for the standards involving Planned Parenthood and other objectionable groups, parents are crying foul.

“Our children’s souls are at risk,” Mark Bonkiewicz of Nebraskans for Founders’ Values told LifeSiteNews. “We’re not talking about subjects like math and science. We’re talking about children’s souls. We’re talking about teaching them immoral things.” Read the article in its’ entirety here

The Normalization of Underage Sex is Leaving Children Unprotected

The normalisation of underage sex is exposing children and young people to the risk of sexual exploitation, according to a new report from the national charity, Family Education Trust.

Based on an analysis of high profile cases of child sexual exploitation, the study highlights an aspect of the debate which has so far been neglected.

The 152-page report examines the findings of serious case reviews of child sexual exploitation in several parts of England, including Rochdale and Oxfordshire, alongside Professor Alexis Jay’s Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham.

It finds that the failure of professionals to detect the abuse of so many young people in different parts of the country cannot be accounted for by the incompetence of individual officers or inadequate systems at the local level. Rather, it has to do with a culture in which underage sexual activity has come to be viewed as a normal part of growing up and seen as relatively harmless as long as it is consensual.

The report’s author, Family Education Trust director Norman Wells, commented: “The evidence from recent serious case reviews clearly demonstrates that fundamental flaws in professional attitudes towards underage sexual activity have directly contributed to exploitation and abuse.” Read more HERE

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CSE programs are active, or in development stages in neighborhood schools everywhere.  We have compiled news coverage from sources around the globe to keep you abreast of what is happening at home and abroad.  Access more CSE news coverage HERE