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New Jersey’s Sex-Ed Curriculum Tells 9-Year-Olds to Watch Porn

Charlotte Hazard

New sex-ed curriculum in New Jersey encourages young children it is “normal” and “free” to watch pornography.

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The popular Twitter account, Libs of Tik Tok, shared videos from the site Amaze, which produces material that is “medically accurate, age-appropriate, affirming, and honest sex education” for kids.

“Is it normal to watch porn?” the video says. “Yes. It’s normal. Lots of people watch porn. After all, it’s right there and it’s free. And anyway, many people are curious about the sex stuff.”

New Jersey State Senator Holly Schepisi posted on her Facebook page that she was not okay with this content being taught to young children and posted the Dropbox link for parents to look at it.

“Today I reviewed all of the model school instruction materials and I truly think New Jersey has lost its damn mind,” Schepisi’s post read.  

Should kids be told to watch porn by public schools?

“Below is a Dropbox link which enables parents to review what their children will be taught.  While some of the lessons I agree with, many are completely overboard with cringy detail for young kids and some go so far as unnecessarily sexualizing children further.  For me the most outrageous part are teachers are instructed to promote a website Amaze and its YouTube channel to kids as young as 9 for them to get additional information on sex ed.” 

In the Dropbox link, there is a category called “By the end of Grade 5.” One of the lesson plans is called “What is Love Anyway?” 

 “Sometimes, we will feel this way about people who are a different gender than we are,” the lesson plan states. “Our gender has to do with being male, female, a combination of the two or neither. Our gender identity is our inner knowledge of what our gender is. It’s connected to sexual orientation, but it’s not the same thing. When someone is attracted to a person of another gender, that is called being ‘heterosexual.’ You may also hear the word ‘straight.’’ Advance to the second slide and then the third slide as you say, “Sometimes, we will have these feelings for people who are our same gender. This is called being ‘gay.’ Some gay women will call themselves ‘lesbians.’ And sometimes we might have feelings for people of all genders. This is called being ‘bisexual.’” Explain that our understanding of which gender or genders we feel love and attraction for is called our “sexual orientation.” Go to the fourth slide and say, “Even though the phrase ‘sexual orientation’ has the word ‘sexual’ in it, in many cases, people have strong feelings of love before feelings of sexual attraction or before acting on those feelings. You don’t need to have done anything sexual with someone to know your sexual orientation.”

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