Child Coerced into Secret Sexuality Club

Please watch the Glenn Beck video below. Have a very serious conversation with your child and find out what influences are affecting them at their school.

There is a war on parents in our public schools and parents need to find a way to get their children out of toxic environments. The problem is recognizing it’s actually happening right here in “conservative” Utah. Nobody takes action until it’s necessary and they recognize a problem, which means it’s often too late and damage is done.

Davis School District just fought to keep the book “Red Hood” in schools. I couldn’t even read this whole excerpt it’s so shocking. It’s x-rated explicit and being delivered to minors IN UTAH. There are many examples surfacing now of pornographic material being given to our children.

This mom in a Las Vegas school district had her microphone turned off for reading an excerpt from one book to a school board. She was quoting from an assignment her daughter was REQUIRED to do.

Another example that made national news, a Utah teacher in Lehi is on leave after indoctrinating 4th graders on the queer lifestyle.

7th graders in a Salt Lake City middle school were required to take notes on all the different kinds of genders and sexes (beyond male and female).

This war on parents has been going on for decades. A true effort to separate children from parents and get them to adopt a completely different set of values from what their parents have.

You will be shocked by some of the quotes on this page like these:

Public education has served as a check on the power of parents, and this is another powerful reason for maintaining it.”
– John Goodlad, Developing Democratic Character in the Young, pg. 165

“Most youth still hold the same values of their parents… if we do not alter this pattern, if we don’t resocialize, our system will decay.”
– John Goodlad, Schooling for the Future, Issue #9, 1971

John Goodlad is a nationally prominent educator and was HIRED BY BYU. He worked there for a few years in the early 1980’s and then left to start a National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER). BYU’s education department was one of 11 colleges that became founding members and Goodlad was CLEARLY ANTI-FAMILY. BYU’s affiliation with his network continued until 2010 (when we pressured them enough to leave it) and every year’s conference was on topics like social justice and how to put the gay agenda in classrooms. BYU even HOSTED the 2006 NNER conference.

If you don’t think this influence has affected our schools in Utah, you are gravely mistaken.

Today’s rising generation is in a danger zone and so are many teachers who are trying to resist and do their best under hostile working conditions. Both students and many teachers are in a combat zone.

Unless we re-establish the fact that schools should solely teach academics and stay away from beliefs and actually get rid of the indoctrination and teachers pushing it, we are going to lose more and more children while parents are unaware of what’s happening out of sight.

2 thoughts on “Child Coerced into Secret Sexuality Club”

  1. My daughter is starting 7th grade she has been in a charter school but it only went to sixth grade now I don’t know what to do I don’t really want her going into a public school do you guys have any recommendations in Utah Orem area

    1. Hi Brittany, I’m not aware of specific schools in Orem for you to consider, but here’s a couple things I recommend.
      1) If at all possible, homeschool. There are videos on this next link that may help you see it’s more feasible than you imagine. Even if you try it for a time and choose to do something different, you pretty much can’t do worse than what public schools are doing under Common Core. https://agencybasededucation.org/homeschooling. Tons of resources online and it can be inexpensive. For example, this program is $250/year/household +$50/course: https://www.ronpaulhomeschooling.com/
      2) Private schools are around the area but you still have to be careful of the curriculum they are using. Some may say they don’t align to Common Core, but you’d still want to be careful of the curriculum. There is a great private school in A.F. called Belmont Classical Academy. https://www.belmontclassical.org/
      3) There are online private schools like Freedom Project Education which offer solid curriculum, non-Common Core, etc…
      4) There are some good online charter schools. LAUtah.org is one.
      5) There are hybrid schools as well like MyTechHigh and Harmony.
      6) There is also dual enrollment where you can decide to be at public school for most classes, but homeschool for others. For example, we’ve done this for math classes.
      https://www.utahnsagainstcommoncore.com/dual-enrolling-your-child/
      Hope that helps. The point is, you have lots of options.

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