August 23, 2015

Mom Outraged to Find This Sticker on Her Son’s Textbook Addressing Abortion and Sex

 This is a story you really have to see to believe.
From The Blaze:
Suzanne Young, a mother and New York Times best-selling author of “young adult novels,” took to Twitter to protest the Gilbert Public School District’s decision to express its support of adoption over abortion and abstinence as the “most effective” way to prevent unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease. …
This. THIS is a sticker my son’s public high school just forced all students to put in their science books …
— Suzanne Young (@suzanne_young) August 19, 2015
Son got in the car, turned to me and handed me his biology book. “You’re going to want to read this,” he said, pointing to the sticker
— Suzanne Young (@suzanne_young) August 19, 2015

The wording of the text falls in line with Arizona law on the matter:
“In view of the state’s strong interest in promoting childbirth and adoption over elective abortion, no school district or charter school in this state may allow any presentation during instructional time or furnish any materials to pupils as part of any instruction that does not give preference, encouragement and support to childbirth and adoption as preferred options to elective abortion.”
But Young told BuzzFeed the school district in Gilbert, Arizona, took an “educational text and used it to teach morality.”
She also said she would’ve refused to put the sticker on her book if she were a student. …
Young Conservatives have more on the story:
This lady is all in a tizzy because she thinks having a sticker suggesting boys and girls keep their dang naughty bits in their pants and that supports adoption instead of child murder is “teaching morality” and “crossing the line?”
So it’s totally acceptable for her to force her pro-abortion views on others, but not the other way around?
Only in the warped, twisted mind of a morally degenerate liberal does that line of reasoning make a lick of sense.
Believe it or not, there is a thing called truth. Contrary to what progressives have fed the masses for decades, it’s not subjective, nor does it redefine itself from person to person.
That whole post-modern junk is self-defeating. If no absolute truth exists, then how can the statement there’s no absolute truth in and of itself be true? Get it?

The truth is there is right and wrong in this world, much of which is universal among humanity. For example, murder is bad and those who participate in it suck.
Is it wrong to teach kids that murder is frowned upon in our society? No? Why not? Isn’t that “teaching morality?”
Bottom line here is the school did nothing wrong. It didn’t teach kids they had to be pro-life or pro-abortion or anything. They just stated their position, gave some pretty dang good advice for staying out of trouble, then offered help for those who decided to ignore said advice.
This lady needs to get off her high horse, maybe switch to decaf or something, and relax.
She can rest easy tonight knowing her child isn’t being indoctrinated by evil, white, right wingers who want to save babies.

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