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6/10/2018

Come to FCPS School Board Meeting on Thursday (6/14) Because....

FCPS's FLECAC changes are due for a vote. The changes are one more step towards enshrining the following insanity for the children and families of Fairfax:

Are you ready for Virginia to cover mastectomies for 15 year olds, like Oregon does (without parental consent)?

The reason we MUST be reasonable in our opposition to gender insanity -- parents who are caught between the left and the protrans medical cult. 

And this one is just what we all know, but someone wrote it down...

7PM Thursday June 14 
Luther Jackson Middle School

Thanks, 
Meg Kilgannon




6/07/2018

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR FEEDBACK ON CONTROVERSIAL CHANGES TO FCPS FLE (SEX ED) PROGRAM BY FRIDAY JUNE 8 (Send to FLEcomments@fcps.edu)

This is just a gentle reminder that the deadline is this Friday June 8 to submit comments to the Fairfax County School Board (FCSB) and their unheard of revolutionary changes to the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) FLE (Sex Ed) program where they want to teach kids they can be whatever sex they want (aka, sex is assigned at birth (and could be an accidental mistake!)). 

The school board appears to be doing this to pave the way to implement new regulations to allow boys into the girls bathrooms, showers, and hotel bed rooms on overnight field trips, and to penalize those who object or do not want their daughters to be harmed, exploited, or pressured.

Other harmful nonsense they want to now teach in the public schools are:
  • Biology is meaningless
  • Trusted adults who are religious like clergy are bad words that need to be banned, while anal and oral sex are good words and activities that need to be promoted more
  • Give drugs and chemicals to kids so they can engage in more sex with reduced concerns to risks to STDs and pregnancy
  • Pushing sex material to kids in younger and younger grades
  • Forcing some FLE (Sex Ed) material into the general curriculum so parents cannot opt-out
  • Not disclosing the harmful risks from anal and oral sex, birth control drugs and abortion, transgender conversion chemicals and surgery, destructive costs to society from sex outside of male-female marriage, etc.
Let it be reminded that the Fairfax County's controversial and ever expanding 80 hours of sex ed exceeds the Virginia State Guidelines and is an expensive Cadillac program that gets its fuel by loaded sex surveys given to kids and rigged FLECAC committees where specially chosen activists and kids determine what should be taught in Sex Ed (which includes medical, health, and safety information).

Lastly, the FLE (Sex Ed) is now exploiting many ethnic minorities and hard working parents who have no idea what is being taught to their kids, where they are automatically enrolled if they do not fill out the proper paper work the first week of school to opt out among the madness of 50 other papers they need to fill out and submit.

For these reasons we recommend mandating Opt in (with full upfront disclosure of material) and to provide Choice in FLE (Sex Ed) and having them provide alternative FLE (Sex Ed) programs.

Please submit your comments and provide feedback on the controversial changes to the FLE (Sex Ed) Curriculum by emailing them to FLEcomments@fcps.edu by no later than Friday June 8.  


OTHER ACTIONS TO TAKE OVER THE NEXT WEEK

 

  1. Email the 12 school board members and/or meet with them in person over the next week to let them know how you feel about the changes in the FCPS FLE (Sex Ed) Curriculum (See https://www.fcps.edu/index.php/school-board/school-board-members for contact info) 
     
  2. Plan on attending the 7pm Thursday June 14 FCSB Meeting  at Luther Jackson Middle School in Falls Church when the school board votes on the controversial changes to replace biology with fake science and encourage children in school to change their sex.  Speakers and videos are welcomed (see FCPS.edu for signup)
  • And please invite your friends, neighbors, and religious community to attend the school board meeting on Thursday June 14 to tell them enough is enough!



(6/07/2018 @Mike)

Please send our objections to Fairfax County School Board members. See link and my sample letter below. 

Dear School Board Member, 

I email you to express my deep concern and objection to the proposed new changes in the Family Life Education (Sex Education). School board has a mission to develop and educate healthy and happy children, not brainwash them with unproved ideological concepts. My views are below:

·        Controversial and expanding 80 hours of sex education is excessive and money wasting. Why we spend millions of dollars on 80 hour sexual materials each child? Please use common sense to spend our tax payers’ money.

·        The school board paves the way to implement new regulations to allow boys into the girls bathrooms, showers, and hotel bed rooms on overnight field trips, and to penalize those who object or do not want their daughters to be harmed, exploited, or pressured.  You are subject to complaints, lawsuit, and other legal actions from hurt girls and their parents.

·        You have no right to define “Biology is meaningless.” Leave it to doctors and psychiatrist. You school board focus on education in academics.

·        You should respect trusted adults who are religious. You should stop promoting anal and oral sex and activities that pollute our children and society.

·        Stop promoting drugs and chemicals to kids so they can engage in more sex with reduced concerns to risks to STDs and pregnancy.  You raise educated kids, not sexual addicts.

·        Stop pushing sex material to kids in younger and younger grades.

·        Stop forcing some FLE (Sex Ed) material into the general curriculum so parents opt-out.

·        You must disclose the harmful risks from anal and oral sex, birth control drugs and abortion, transgender conversion chemicals and surgery, destructive costs to society from sex outside of male-female marriage, etc.
 
Please consider my views and oppositions. You should have common sense to education mission, and not destroy our children and your reputation.


(6/07/2018 @Jane)

在其它群里看到的 email samples:

This is a serious issue and applies to all residents of Fairfax County, not just hose with students in our schools. Please read and react ASAP- by Friday!

YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED.  (See 2 Sample emails at end.)

CALL-TO-ACTION TODAY thru 2018-06-07: DON'T IGNORE! Ask your family to submit emails as well - numbers will be counted....

BEFORE June 8th contact FCPS Board here:   FLEcomments@fcps.edu .

Using either of the sample emails below, it is EASY and crucial for FCPS to hear from Residents. Those who have been vocal for a while on this issue have been called a “vocal minority”.
We must show FCPS that in reality we are a majority. FCPS Staff will tally all comments submitted by 6/8 and share totals w/school board before they vote on this change on June 14. Our “voices” MUST drown out those that believe that biological sex is meaningless.

Even if you don't have kids in FCPS - LOTS of your tax $$ are spent on taking biological fact out of our county's curriculum.

HERE'S THE SCOOP:

The FCPS Family Life Education Curriculum Advisory Committee (FLECAC) has recommended disturbing changes to what public school students in the county are taught. The changes obfuscate the truth about human biology, sexuality and family life. Send your comments opposing these changes here: FLEcomments@fcps.edu .
FCPS School Board is considering:

> Using the phrase “sex assigned at birth” instead of “biological sex” to teach children that biology has no impact on being male or female

> Teaching students about pre-exposure prophylaxis, a drug regimen not approved by the FDA for use by children under 18. Also called PrEP, this regimen is designed for use by those who are engaged in sexual behaviors which put them at high risk of contracting HIV.

> Removing “clergy” from a list of trusted adults with whom children should talk about their concerns regarding sex and sexuality

> No longer teaching that abstinence is the only 100% effective method of preventing sexually transmitted infections or diseases

These recommendations are all available to review online.

It is CRUCIAL TO submit comments on these proposals to FLEcomments@fcps.edu BEFORE Fri. June 8th. 
Find 2 sample messages below or use your own words.
This WILL make a difference, so send comments to FLEcomments@fcps.edu TODAY!

Below:

> 1st Sample letter to FLEcomments@fcps.edu 
> Another sample letter to FLEcomments@fcps.edu (from the Virginia Catholic Conference)

https://www.acpeds.org/the-college-speaks/position-statements/gender-ideology-harms-children 

>>> ----- 1st Sample letter to FLEcomments@fcps.edu -----
Dear School Board Members:

I disagree with the FLECAC recommendations and urge you to adopt the Dissenting Opinion. The vote totals in the report reflect a lack of diversity of thought on the committee as a whole, and insult the rich ethnic, cultural and religious diversity of the FCPS community. As a result, many of the recommendations of the committee contradict the best interests of children, the wishes of parents, and basic facts of human sexuality.

As detailed in the Dissenting Opinion, in accord with scientific research and educational best practices, I support: 
Using "biological sex" rather than the ideological phrase "sex assigned at birth.” Replacing the term “biological sex” with the unscientific phrase “sex assigned at birth” is a gross injustice to all children. The use of this term violates parental trust that schools teach children scientific fact, not political ideology or popular opinion. FLE terminology must be consistent with FCPS science curriculum that chromosomes, anatomy, and hormones "determine an individual's sex", beginning in utero (Prentice Hall Biology Textbook for VA SOL's, p.341,1009, among many others).

Include instruction of medical risk in the discussion of gender identity. FLECAC voted against any discussion of the health risks to children of "gender-affirming" medical interventions and suppressed any instruction of the known and often irreversible consequences of medical “transition.” The current lessons provide no context whatsoever for the social, hormonal, or medical treatment of gender dysphoria in children, its relative rarity, and significant challenges.

Do not expand promotion of the controversial drug PrEP to grades 9-12. FLECAC recommends expanding teaching of a new and controversial drug, but without instruction of side-effects. PrEP is now discussed in 10th grade, but with no disclosure of “serious and common side effects” listed by the manufacturer of Truvada as the worsening of Hepatitis B, kidney damage, and bone loss (especially concerning in children). Further, there was no consideration of unintended consequences such as undermining condom use in populations at high risk for HIV.

Require instruction on the risks of and side-effects of contraceptive drugs and devices. FLECAC voted to refuse to require instruction of the risks and side effects associated with commonly used contraceptive drugs and devices. These risks and side effects (“advantages and disadvantages”) are reviewed by 10th graders, but not 8th and 9th graders who also learn about obtaining and using them.

Maintain right to opt-out; abstinence; clergy. Several other recommended changes are also troubling, including moving lessons on family conflict from FLE (opt-out) into Health (mandatory); refusing to teach children that abstinence is 100% effective at preventing the sexual transmission of sexually transmitted infections; and removing the word “clergy” from a list of resources for students. These measures show poor judgement and cross the line from FCPS being an honest broker of information to FCPS usurping parental authority. 

For these reasons, I recommend the school board (and staff where it is within their power to do so) reject the recommendations of the FLECAC and adopt the recommendations made in the Dissenting Opinion.

I request Fairfax County Public Schools give serious consideration to making student participation in Family Life Education opt-in, instead of opt-out. Controversial topics in FLE go far beyond the facts of human reproduction and now require the “affirmative consent” of parents, rather than parents merely “not saying no.” FCPS is a leader in many ways, including in making FLE lessons available on Blackboard for parents to review. FCPS can also lead the way for further parental engagement by treating Family Life Education instruction with the same care required for field trips – signed affirmative parental consent of participation.

Thank you.

>>> ----- 2nd Sample letter to FLEcomments@fcps.edu (from the Virginia Catholic Conference) -----
Dear School Board,

I’m writing to oppose the Family Life Education Curriculum Advisory Committee's recommended changes to the FLE curriculum.
Many of the proposed changes in the Family Life Education are disturbing, ideologically driven and do not reflect the truth about biology, sexuality or family life. I urge you to reject these recommendations for the following reasons:

The term "sex assigned at birth" is ideological and does not reflect biological reality. Children should be taught what "sex" and "gender" are in Family Life Classes consistent with what they are taught in biology classes. Sex and gender are not "assigned at birth," but are determined biologically.

Teaching about pre-exposure prophylactics is not something that should be included in high school. These drugs are not approved for use by children by the FDA. Teaching about these drugs may not reduce the prevalence of HIV, but could have the opposite impact: it could expose students to a false sense of safety. Please don't include this instruction in the FLE curriculum.
Children should continue to be taught that they can go to clergy with questions they have about sex and sexuality. Clergy provide guidance and support to children facing all manner of concerns, and should be included in the FLE curriculum as a resource.
If students are taught about possible hormonal or medical interventions as part of a "gender transition," they must be taught about the risks and side effects involved in these procedures.

In any grade where the use of contraceptives is taught students should also learn the risks and side effects that come with using contraceptives.

I object to the removal of language about abstinence being the only 100% effective method of preventing transmission of sexually transmitted infections. The only sexual behavior which is 100% effective in preventing the spread of sexually transmitted infections is abstinence.

Thank you for your time serving on the Board of Education. I appreciate you considering these comments. I urge you to vote to protect children and teach them biological reality over ideology.

Sincerely,



June 5, 2018

Concerned Parents and Educators

Public Comments Close June 8
School Board to consider radical
expansion of Family Life Education/sex ed



REMINDER: The deadline for submitting feedback to FCPS regarding FLE changes is this Friday, June 8. The school board votes on the changes Thursday, June 14. A sample email comment follows this update.

MYTHS VS. FACTS

In our last email, we reported the FACT that the review of FCPS's Family Life Education (sex ed) by the Curriculum Advisory Committee (FLECAC) was complete. We encouraged 
parents and the public to review the recommendations and comment and demand a FACT-based curriculum about sex and reproduction for our school children in Fairfax County.

Since that email, a few MYTHS have come to light. Two in particular need correction. One of those MYTHS is promulgated by the Fairfax "Pride" Community and some Fairfax County Democrat Party officials. They claim that "Big Money" from "national groups" is financing opposition to FCPS's radical curriculum. That is almost as funny as it is untrue. Our dedicated parent volunteers don't have any extra money from Washington, DC on our side.

Real people who live and work in Fairfax, Virginia are working to oppose this ill-considered expansion of an already radical sex education program in FCPS. Thankfully, people who care about children can tell that parent voices are being ignored in Fairfax. When the Virginia Catholic Conference or the Virginia Family Foundation or the American College of Pediatricians or the American Association of Medical Ethics decry the Fairfax County Public School's Family Life Education program, the FACT is, it's out of sincere love for all children and in the interest of public health.

Speaking of parent voices being ignored -- another MYTH we hear repeated is that only a few parents, a tiny number of religious extremists, are upset about FCPS's radical FLE program. Most parents, they say, don't have a problem.

This MYTH is not so funny but is also untrue. And it's downright insulting. The fact that current school board members openly express such disdain should be surprising, but it's not.

Remember when nearly 1000 angry parents packed Luther Jackson MS back in July 2015 when the original changes were rolled out. Did the school board listen to and respect the views of those parents? Were the voices of parents heard? NO. Actually, parents were referred to as "a mob."

Can school board members really think that parents in Fairfax County agree that "biological sex is meaningless"? THAT is a fringe position held by a tiny minority of radical, partisan activists (who happen to be well represented on FLECAC, while actual parent voices are silenced and ignored).

The FACT is, the vast majority of parents want sex education that focuses on bodily function and sexual health. The tiny minority of  parents are the ones who are demanding even more radical, dangerous, unhealthy content be taught to children in Fairfax County. A tiny minority of activists are putting their own "sexual rights" sex ed agenda into Family Life Education.

FCPS NEEDS TO HEAR FROM YOU!

You need to comment! Your voice must be heard! FLECAC voted to teach school children that sex is "assigned at birth" and that a person's gender identity might not agree with his or her body. But they refused to consider teaching children about the risks and complications associated with medical gender "transition." FLECAC refused to teach all children about the risks and side effects of contraceptives and controversial HIV drugs. FLECAC has even suggested removing "clergy" from a list of resources for children. One member of the committee boldly proclaimed in meetings that "biological sex is meaningless." No wonder their recommendations are so reckless and lacking in common sense.

School board members will vote on these recommendations on June 14, so please make your comments by the June 8th deadline. The radical liberals on Fairfax County's School Board are still planning to enact the transgender regulations that were put on hold two years ago. They will try to use passing these dangerous changes to FLE as a springboard to granting access to opposite sex facilities by gender confused students.

The link to the official recommendation and dissenting opinion by FLECAC is available for review. We at Concerned Parents and Educators oppose the FLECAC recommendations and support the Dissenting Opinion in every respect where it differs from the majority report. We trust you to read and come to your own conclusions, but we've drafted some talking points for your use if you need them. Feel free to cut and paste the following language into the body of your email to FLEcomments@fcps.edu
 with the subject line "FLECAC report". Or use the Virginia Family Foundation form here if you wish.

Dear School Board Members:
I disagree with the FLECAC recommendations and urge you to adopt the Dissenting Opinion. The vote totals in the report reflect a lack of diversity of thought on the committee as a whole, and insult the rich ethnic, cultural, and religious diversity of the FCPS community. As a result, many of the recommendations of the committee contradict the best interests of children, the wishes of parents, and basic facts of human sexuality. 
 
As detailed in the Dissenting Opinion, in accord with scientific research and educational best practices, I support: 
  • Using "biological sex" rather than the ideological phrase "sex assigned at birth.”  Replacing the term “biological sex” with the unscientific phrase “sex assigned at birth” is a gross injustice to all children. The use of this term violates parental trust that schools teach children scientific fact, not political ideology or popular opinion.  FLE terminology must be consistent with FCPS science curriculum that chromosomes, anatomy, and hormones "determine an individual's sex", beginning in utero (Prentice Hall Biology Textbook for VA SOL's, p.341,1009, among many others). 
  • Include instruction of medical risk in the discussion of gender identity.  FLECAC voted against any discussion of the health risks to children of "gender-affirming" medical interventions and suppressed any instruction of the known and often irreversible consequences of medical “transition.” The current lessons provide no context whatsoever for the social, hormonal, or medical treatment of gender dysphoria in children, its relative rarity, and significant challenges.
  • Do not expand promotion of the controversial drug PrEP to grades 9-12. FLECAC recommends expanding teaching of a new and controversial drug, but without instruction of side-effects. PrEP is now discussed in 10th grade, but with no disclosure of “serious and common side effects” listed by the manufacturer of Truvada as the worsening of Hepatitis B, kidney damage, and bone loss (especially concerning in children). Further, there was no consideration of unintended consequences such as undermining condom use in populations at high risk for HIV.
  • Require instruction on the risks of and side-effects of contraceptive drugs and devices. FLECAC voted to refuse to require instruction of the risks and side effects associated with commonly used contraceptive drugs and devices. These risks and side effects (“advantages and disadvantages”) are reviewed by 10th graders, but not 8th and 9th graders who also learn about obtaining and using them.
  • Maintain right to opt-out; abstinence; clergy. Several other recommended changes are also troubling, including moving lessons on family conflict from FLE (opt-out) into Health (mandatory); refusing to teach children that abstinence is 100% effective at preventing the sexual transmission of sexually transmitted infections; and removing the word “clergy” from a list of resources for students. These measures show poor judgement and cross the line from FCPS being an honest broker of information to FCPS usurping parental authority. 
For these reasons, I recommend the school board (and staff where it is within their power to do so) reject the recommendations of the FLECAC and adopt the recommendations made in the Dissenting Opinion.
 
I request Fairfax County Public Schools give serious consideration to making student participation in Family Life Education opt-in, instead of opt-out. Controversial topics in FLE go far beyond the facts of human reproduction and now require the “affirmative consent” of parents, rather than parents merely “not saying no.” FCPS is a leader in many ways, including in making FLE lessons available on Blackboard for parents to review. FCPS can also lead the way for further parental engagement by treating Family Life Education instruction with the same care required for field trips – signed affirmative parental consent of participation.

Thank you.

 
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Please comment on the FLECAC report and SHARE THIS INFORMATION with everyone you know who would be concerned children and family: your family, friends, and neighbors. ANYONE can and should comment.

Please 
comment on the FLECAC report until June 8 COB. FLEcomments@fcps.edu

Email the school board to let them know how you feel about putting sexual rights before the sexual health of our children. If you can, schedule a meeting with your school board member to explain how you feel about these changes and the rights of ALL students to privacy and safety.

As always, thank you for your continued support of our efforts on behalf of the precious children of Fairfax.




5/19/2018

Is the Fairfax County School Board Racist and Exploiting Ethnic Minorities with their 80 hours of Sex Ed??

By Eric Johnson


Is the Fairfax County School Board Racist and Exploiting Ethnic Minorities with their 80 Hours of Sex??  A local concerned citizen made the following recent observations at 

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Taking Advantage of Vulnerable Communities in Fairfax County 

Warning: Sexually Explicit Language.
 
Today I went to a shopping center in Herndon and spoke with immigrants outside of the various stores for nearly two hours. What became quite clear to me was how vulnerable this population is to the agenda of the radical ideologues on the Fairfax County School Board and FLE Curriculum Advisory Committee.

The people I spoke with, including parents of FCPS students, had no idea what “Family Life Education” is. They had no idea about the FCPS policies and curriculum surrounding gender identity.

Considering there are up to EIGHTY HOURS of FLE lessons throughout a child’s K-12 education, what’s the likelihood that busy working parents with multiple kids are going to even have the time to carefully examine and consider every paper that comes home with their kids if it isn’t something required to be signed and turned in?  This is the problem with automatic FLE enrollment–it lacks informed consent.  If what a school district will be teaching to kids would legally qualify as obscenity in any other venue outside of public school, don’t you think the very least they could do is get informed consent from the parents before teaching it?

The immigrant population is particularly vulnerable to government abuses for several reasons:

1) Language barriers.
2) Some may lack immigration/identification documents and therefore do not want to call attention to themselves.
3) Many grew up in countries rife with government corruption and abuse, and therefore will be afraid to dissent, especially if #1 & #2 apply to their individual situation as well.

So, what the Fairfax County School Board, including its FLE Curriculum Advisory Committee, is doing is taking advantage of the fact that a large percentage of parents have no idea what is going on with regards to FLE and SOGI (sexual orientation & gender identity) policies, and they wouldn’t know what to do about it anyway even if they were made aware of them.

Parents should be empowered to take a more involved role in the educating of their children regarding sensitive topics such as human sexuality and reproduction which means FLE should be opt-in rather than opt-out, and parents should have at least one alternative curriculum from which to choose. 

The secular sexual ideology that is clearly a product of white privileged Leftists is being implemented on black and brown children, many of whom live in homes where the parents are totally in the dark about what sorts of extreme things are being taught in a program that goes clearly beyond the label of “Family Life Education.” (Check out some of the county’s disparities HERE.)  Religious children of all ethnicities are being scandalized and traumatized with sexually explicit information.  Heck, kids don’t need to be religious at all to be scandalized and traumatized by all this stuff.  Children of all backgrounds are losing their sex-based rights to privacy and to Title IX athletics programs in favor of gender identity policies that treat biological sex as meaningless.

The Fairfax County School Board and FLECAC really should be ashamed of themselves. They’re running roughshod over so many families in pursuit of a radical ideological agenda that sexualizes children and grooms them to consent to sexual activity even before it is legal to do so. Tell me, Dr. Payne, how do you plan on explaining to 14 year olds what constitutes “high risk behavior” that would justify taking a daily pharmaceutical like Truvada? What are you going to say?  “Well, boys, if you ever plan on letting men sodomize you and you don’t know their HIV status, you might want to consider taking this pill every single day.”  Something like that?

Yeah, maybe you should instead focus on why so many teen boys, particularly black boys, are being infected with HIV. What are you doing to PROTECT THEM from being sodomized in the first place?  Oh, that’s right, you’re too busy normalizing anal sex and teenage sexual activity to concentrate on what is a very serious problem: HIV-positive men sodomizing teenage boys.










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