We are not against Sex Ed in schools. Parents are led to believe there are only two methods of teaching Sex Ed--Abstinence Only Education or Comprehensive Sex Ed. This is false--there is common ground (known as Sexual Risk Avoidance) and this bill is not it!
By mandating the extreme Comprehensive Sexuality Health Education method, the state limited school board choice and forced a curriculum which includes pleasure, sexual fulfillment and sexual expression into every public school in the state--sexualizing all children.
The State already passed Erin's Law, a bi-partisan, K-12, Sexual Abuse Prevention Law in 2019 to teach children skills in abuse prevention. Mandating sex ed is an entirely different issue.
By "Checking Reject" on R90, voters will be saying "no" to this statewide, unfunded mandate, which forces every school to use one method or create their own following the same standards!! How is that choice?
Click our "curricula" tab and SEE FOR YOURSELF what is considered "age-appropriate" and "medically accurate" to be taught in our schools today! Then "Check Reject" on R90 and tell our legislature "no" to the CSE Method!
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I am Jim Fuda, a 45+ year veteran of Law Enforcement, the Director of Law Enforcement Services for Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound and Vice-Chairman of Crime Stoppers Global Solutions, an organization founded to fight international crimes such as Child Sex Trafficking.
After reviewing SB 5395, I feel this bill should be rejected. My concern is "non-age appropriate" MANDATED material being taught to students that can "normalize" some types of sexual behavior that a younger child does not have the maturity to understand.
“I don’t want this mandated on me and I certainly can’t imagine making younger kids go through this. Today I ask you to guarantee that ALL kids' voices are heard. Please vote no and give us a real choice, a choice to keep our honor.”
- Abby, 8th Grade Student of OSPI Approved FLASH Curriculum
"As a psychotherapist specialist in Sexual Addiction, I am writing to express my grave concern over Sex Ed bill SB5395 ...For the sake of the future safety and prosperity of our children and nation do not pass this bill.”
-Grace, CSAT--Certified Sex Addiction Therapist
“The fact that parents were given the choice to opt their children out of CSHE is, in my mind, a tacit admission that the material is problematic for many people.... Especially as a male instructor, I couldn’t imagine teaching some of these things to impressionable young people. An amendment was submitted to the legislature that requested that teachers also be allowed to opt out if they had objections to the curriculum. It was rejected. Why are the convictions of the parents respected while those of educators are not?”
- Brian, 4th Grade Teacher
“ESSB 5395 has taken away our local control to represent our community… We strongly feel that especially in the area of sexual health education, local control in partnership with our community and parents needs to be retained.”
- Central Valley School District
“... I am strongly opposed to the mandatory CSHE program. This program, promoted K-12, strongly resembles the types of grooming, and indoctrination tactics used by abusers, pedophiles, and sex traffickers. With the huge rise in human trafficking we see in our society our schools absolutely should not be helping the predators!”
-Christine, Regional Director of a Non-Profit Combating Human Trafficking
“Based on my experience and training I can confidently say that in my opinion SB5395, the mandated comprehensive sex education bill, is nothing but a framework for grooming children to be victims of sexual abuse and an obscene assault on innocence.”
- Officer Chris Fitzgerald, Retired Centralia Child Sex Crimes Detective
"If the porn industry and the abortion industry got together and created curricula to try and recruit their future customers, they could do none better than the state approved curriculum!"
-Dr Sarah B, Moral Theologian and Mother of Five
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