Daily Commentary – Friday, July 20th, 2007 – Barack Obama Advocates Sex Education for Kindergarteners


Dana Pretzer discusses sex-ed for kindergarteners:

  • Obama says “It is the right thing to do – to provide age appropriate sex education science, based on sex education in schools.”

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    6 Responses to “Daily Commentary – Friday, July 20th, 2007 – Barack Obama Advocates Sex Education for Kindergarteners”

    1. Brenda on July 20th, 2007 8:20 am

      If I were a Kindergarden teacher, I would refuse. Would be something I feel only a pedophile would even come UP with!

      IMO…this would only lure sexual preditors into wanting to be teachers so they could speak openly about sex to OUR children. When did it stop being OK to allow a child to be innocent?


    2. kay zee ess on July 20th, 2007 10:31 pm

      Only a dumbbell would distort this story.

      Brenda, I DO NOT mean you. I mean Gov. Romney, who should inspect his own states policy on school sex education.

    3. chloe on July 21st, 2007 9:50 pm

      What he is talking about is not gross at all. Just that kids should know the difference between a bad touch and a good one. You can bet your bottom dollar that kids that are being sexually abused at home never get this info. It’s important. My youngest just finished kindergarten and I wouldn’t have minded. I even saw a video about this when I was very young at school. We should not be afraid to talk to our kids about these things. We must.

    4. Brenda on July 23rd, 2007 9:13 am

      Yeah, well I instruct my own kids and do not need government intervention. Want to know why I am against this for the most part? I had chosen to teach MY CHILD about sex…NOT the school. I received the infamous letter stating sex education was beginning and whether or not I wanted my daughter to opt out. I signed as YES…I wanted to opt out. NO!!! I did not want my daughter in there.

      I was told it would only cover menstruation and I still said NO. What do YOU think happened? They “forgot” and put her in there anyway. Think they only spoke of getting her period? HELL NO! They let the kids discuss sex and my daughter came home in tears HUMILIATED that she didn’t know aboutt his stuff. I had spoken to her about what the subject matter was SUPPOSED to be.

      Ok. I am supposed to TRUST the Marxist/Socialist/Liberal school system to be HONEST and MORAL. BULLSH!T! The damage they did to my daugher could not be taken back. She was tormented for days by the other 4th GRADERS for not knowing all of the sexual terms that “sex education” got them talking about ACTIVELY for days/weeks later.

      ANyone foolish enough to believe the school is qualified for this…God help your children.


    5. N.E. on July 31st, 2007 12:24 pm

      Maybe If parents took it upon themselves to actually discuss these things with their children at the appropriate time instead of sheltering their kids from REALITY there wouldn’t be kids who come “home in tears HUMILIATED that she didn’t know about this stuff”. I’ve had a penis my whole life, I’ve always known what it’s for, and I was familiar with vaginas at a very young age- age FOUR. Thanks, Playboy. Luckily, my parents explained things when I asked and after I realized it was all for making babies, it all made perfect sense. Other countries have children’s books about sex that explain it quite vividly, but they don’t seem to be raising more perverts than US… maybe because forbidding something makes it more interesting? Ever realize that? Plus, your kid is most likely a faster learner than you (ah, young minds) and their brains can process much more information than I think you give them credit for. Sex is natural, religion is methodical if not tyrranical. I sense that you mesh the two, as many Americans do, to my dismay. Honestly, the bible is one of the most sexually explicit books I’ve ever read. Theres no daughters raping their drunk fathers in the pages of playboy, but it’s right there in the “good book”. By the way, I don’t have kids, S.T.D.’S, or pedophilia, so I’m a poster child for early sex education. I’m sure my parent’s were uncomfortable answering my questions, but nothing worth doing is easy.

    6. N.E. on July 31st, 2007 12:28 pm

      Oh, and no one is innocent, it just looks that way to the ignorant. Open your eyes, that they might feed your mind.

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