Porn In America’s Schools

There’s a dirty little secret about America’s education system.

As the morally bankrupt have inched their way into controlling the public school curriculum, their preoccupation with sex has permeated the learning environment.

With the advent of Common Core curriculum comes a litany of sins, from frustrating math lessons, missing facts from history books, ineffective testing, and invasive data gathering on students and their families.

But with pornography addiction becoming a well-known problem in America, and because there is still debate over whether or not pornography is detrimental to sexual development and mental health, should we accept it in the school system?

The official definition of pornography is, “sexually explicit material intended to sexually arouse” but the morally bankrupt have been able to insert it into public school curriculum by giving it the label “sex education”.

The morally bankrupt have convincingly made their case to parents and school board members that because sex is a natural part of life, it should be taught as part of their child’s Physical Education class, or as an acceptable form of “literature”.

Physical Education (PE) class has nothing to do with learning about sex or sexual activity.  PE basically encourages psychomotor learning.

Physical Education class as defined in Wikipedia:

Phys Ed., or PE, also known in many Commonwealth countries as physical training or PT, is an educational course related to the physique of the human body. It is taken during primary and secondary education and encourages psychomotor learning in a play or movement exploration setting to promote health.
Because it is related to the physique of the human body, the morally bankrupt have used it as a stepping stone to specifically talk about the functions of the body, and are now taking a bigger leap by using it to discuss sexual gratification, sexual orientation, and gender roles.

(http://conservativerevival.com/latest-news/the-transgender-problem-for-the-rest-of-america-part-two/)

The book The Bluest Eye is currently on the Common Core list of exemplary reading.  This book, assigned to 11th graders, sadly contains pedophilia, rape, incest, and graphic sex.
The term ‘literature’ technically defines all writing as an art form, and with approximately 130 million books in print (according to Google’s 2010 estimate) there is a huge volume of literature to choose from and absolutely no reason to assign pornographic writing in student classrooms.

Children learn at different rates, and parents have differing opinions on how much “sex education” is appropriate.

Adults will make their own decisions on what their children read and watch.

But porn is addictive, it peaks one’s curiosity, and while some find it exciting, one thing is certain:  It is in no way educational in the professional sense.

And since taxpayer dollars are going to pay for professional education, how does porn fit in the classroom?
Tell us if you think pornography belongs in the classroom.

  • Laverne Davis

    The morally bankrupt desire to corrupt our children. These issues need to be firmly dealt with for the sake of our children and our society as a whole.

  • A. Russell

    And Laverne, I would add, for the sake of Jesus Christ, who set the ideal example for us all to follow. In the end, what we have done for Him will be all that matters. We will have to stand before Him one day. America needs to turn back to Him or we won’t see any progress for good being made.