Is your first grader thinking of sex?

She may be after school today.
Judges on the 9th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals cited Prince v. Massachusetts while ruling that parents do not have the sole right to determine when their children are exposed to sex.
Palmdale School District, in California, requested permission from the parents of 1st, 3rd, and 5th graders to allow participation in a survey. The stated purpose of the survey was to guage early trauma and help overcome learning difficulties.
Well if there was no trauma before, there certainly may have been after. These young students were asked sexual questions about “having sex feelings in my body” and “touching my private parts too much.” Beside the obvious fact of the subject matter being age in-appropriate, where is the outrage over the state claiming the right to raise your child?

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