Public School System “Accidentally” Shows Video with Cartoon Genitalia to Second Graders (VIDEO)
This is seriously one of the most disturbing things that I’ve ever seen that a school has done.
Before I continue, let this serve as my frequent reminder to pull your children out of the secular, liberal, racist, government-run public education system. It is corrupt and wicked.
Yes, there are good teachers that are still out there serving faithfully, but there’s a limit on what they can and can’t do. If the school board says you need to teach them this, you’re going to either have to do it or step aside and someone else will do it for you.
When I was in school, we went through sexual education when I was in 7th grade. This wasn’t anything near what kids go through today. It was taught by our biology teacher. It was something that we needed our parent’s approval for and there was nothing crass about it. It was straightforward and to the point. No vulgar images. No vulgar language. We didn’t have to watch a baby be born or anything like that. It was a professionally taught sexual education class on the biology of reproduction.
Today, we live in a much different world. A school district in Connecticut recently played a video for a second grade class that is absolutely appalling and should never be shown to seven and eight-year-old kids.
The video is a cartoon featuring two owls who are talking about being scared of things. One of the things that is discussed about being afraid of is when an adult touches them inappropriately or puts their p*nis inside of them. The video clearly displays a man standing with an erection.
The school has since come under fire for the playing of the video.
According to Greenwich Free Press,
A cartoon type video featuring two owls talking about fear and being afraid from everything to being embarrassed, to parents fighting, to physical and sexual abuse was shown to some Greenwich Schools remote learning 2nd graders.
On Monday, Greenwich Schools Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones sent an email to remote school 2nd grade families in Ms Goodwin’s and Ms Hanzlik’s classrooms about the video.
Dr. Jones notes that the video was shared during a lesson on social and emotional learning.
“Around the midway point in the video there is reference to situations in which children may become afraid, including being afraid of abuse, both physical and sexual,” she wrote. “The content at this point in the video was not appropriate for our GPS second grade classrooms.”
Jones explained that the content was instead likely meant for a private therapy session for children who have experienced trauma.
Again…this is the sort of thing you have to understand is inevitably going to happen in your childrens’ school. Public schools are no place for conservative and/or Christian children.