How early are kids being taught about alternative sexualities?

How early are kids being taught about alternative sexualities?

The recently released WA State standards for Sexual Education have it starting in Kindergarten with basic information, but by grades 2-5, full blown alternatives like LGBTQ are being incorporated into the learning outcomes.  Read this article and then read the actual standards themselves.  (Pages 29-31 list the Sexual Education Learning Outcome.) You will be surprised. If your children are in public school, start teaching them about the Biblical views of Sexuality, and the roles of Men and Women early, if you want to have  hope of keeping your children from being indoctrinated into the latest round of anti-God dogma.

Tell your kids that God created males and females.  Both are good.  Both are in his image.  Both are to be honored and respected.  But God did not create males to be females, nor to act like females, nor to dress like females.  And he didn’t create females to be males, or act like males or dress like them.  We are each fearfully and wonderfully made creations of a loving father.  Certainly sin has twisted some of these things, but as followers of Jesus it is imperative that we strive against these ways of living that God did not intend.  We must wrestle with our bodies and minds at times in order to make them conform to righteousness and we must take every thought captive and make it obedient to Christ.

Women should not yearn to be men and neither should men yearn to be women.  Rather each must live fully into the people God has created them to be, doing the things God has created them to do.  A man must model the self-sacrificing love of Christ to his wife and a woman must model the submissive partnership of the church to her Lord by honoring and submitting to her husband.  Both must raise up godly offspring, training them in the fear and instruction of the Lord.  Men must protect and nuture godliness, Women must nuture and protect righteousness.  All must seek holiness.  Outside of a monogamous, covenant marriage between a man and a woman, all sexual intercourse must be checked and controlled regardless of the age, gender or desire of the person, or the mutual consent of another.  Sexual relations exist to bring forth godly seed and to strengthen the biblical bond of marriage.

Such is the mere foundation of the truth which must be taught our children before the state tells them that men can be women, women can be men, marriage is between how ever many consenting adults of whatever various genders they choose to unite with.  The battle is on and the gospel is at stake.  If you don’t believe me, read Ephesians 5:21-33.


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