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Rebecca Friedrichs on exposing the sexualizing of children in schools and ‘For Kids and Country’

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1
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13
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Wesley J. Smith
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Rebecca Friedrichs
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51:09
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In a previous program with Donna Rice Hughes, Wesley discussed how children are victimized by commercial sources of pornography and obscene Internet content. It was an important conversation, and if you missed it, you can listen to it here:

Donna Rice Hughes of ‘Enough Is Enough’ on Porn, Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM), and Healing Our Culture | Humanize

Unfortunately, commercial pornography may not be the only such threat to children. Some critics claim that a sex education materials and social justice school courses also expose young students to inappropriate sexual content and to issues, such as transgenderism, for which they are not prepared.

But is it true? Yes, according to Rebecca Friedrichs, an elementary school teacher and activist who has been exposing the sexualizing of children in the schools through her non-profit organization For Kids and Country. Among its other projects, FKAC tracks the sexualizing of students in school through its SeXXX Ed project, which Wesley and Rebecca discuss in this episode.

It is a shocking conversation. Rebecca describes how young children are exposed to graphic sexual content, may play “games” involving models of erect penises and condoms, and are taught about anal sex, among other inappropriate lessons. She describes how parents are intentionally kept in the dark about what their children are being taught and how some schools are becoming arenas for lifestyle indoctrination.

This is a mature discussion, but an important one for anyone who cares about the welfare of children and what they are being taught in our public schools.