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New Jersey officials reportedly have plans to push fifth-grade lesson plans that condone puberty blockers, proclaim transgenderism is normal, and assert that masturbating several times a day is a healthy way to relieve stress.
The obscenely graphic videos targeted at students as young as 10 in New Jersey’s public schools surfaced following the discovery that lesson plans for 1st and 2nd graders were teaching about gender identity as part of sex education for grade-schoolers.
The series of sex education videos from AMAZE org were reportedly under review by school officials in the state to be part of the curriculum in the fall following state sex education guidelines, according to Fox News.
“Multiple sample lesson plans, which were given to parents at the Westfield Board of Education’s Feb. 22 meeting, appear to be reflective of the state’s new, broader sex education curriculum,” Fox News noted.
**WARNING: Disturbing Content**
They cover topics such as oral, vaginal, and anal sex, STDs, masturbation, transgenderism, HIV, periods, circumcision, virginity, gender identity, sexual orientation, being gay, puberty, pronouns, porn, mental health, erections, rape, and abortion. All aimed at young school children.
One lesson plan titled, “It’s All About the Hormones,” utilizes one of the videos from AMAZE called, “Puberty and Transgender Youth.”
“Whether you identify as male, female, genderqueer, or something else, you’re perfectly normal, and there are lots of ways to manage puberty so that it can be a fun, exciting time rather than a scary or stressful one,” the video asserts.
‘I am appalled’: First, second graders in NJ to receive sexually explicit ‘gender identity’ instruction https://t.co/yHcSrCQyu2 pic.twitter.com/9fyhLl7YwU
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) April 11, 2022
“If you feel you want more time to explore how you feel about your gender before your body starts to change, it’s important to talk with a parent, counselor, therapist, or doctor about the feelings you have regarding your gender,” the video contends. “After some discussion and counseling, you may be referred to an endocrinologist. Endocrinologists specialize in hormones, and they’re the most likely to prescribe puberty blockers for someone who wants them. Puberty blockers are medications that will stop your body from changing.”
One video, titled, “Masturbation: Totally Normal,” graphically details children pleasuring themselves “a few times a day” and that it is a “physically safe way to express sexual feelings.” A boy in the video is seen dropping his underwear and then masturbating under a blanket before grabbing a tissue. The same video shows a young girl narcissistically acting like she’s in love with herself.
Totally Normal from Amazing Amaze on Vimeo.
(Video Credit: AMAZE org | WARNING: Disturbing Content)
Girls are taught in another video that masturbation is “a way to relieve stress” and shows a girl examining her private areas with a mirror.
(Video Credit: AMAZE org | WARNING: Disturbing Content)
Parents were given sample lesson plans that showed students as young as second-graders would be taught under new sex education guidelines a wide range of topics that many parents adamantly disapprove of for their children.
State Sen. Holly Schepisi (R-NJ) received a copy of the materials and declared that they are “completely overboard with cringy detail for young kids.”
“I truly think New Jersey has lost its damn mind,” Schepisi wrote on Facebook.
One spokesperson for Westfield Public Schools told Fox News last week that the raunchy teaching aids promoted by the New Jersey Board of Education were from a “sample list of resources” that comply with state policy and were not official policy.
“During a presentation at the Feb. 22 Board of Education meeting, we provided an update on the district’s work to revise the Comprehensive Health and Physical Education curriculum,” Superintendent Dr. Raymond González told Fox News. “The presentation included a sample list of resources aligned to the New Jersey Student Learning Standards to be considered as school districts work on revisions to the health and PE curriculum.”
“We made it clear at the meeting and subsequent meetings that these are resources only – they are not state-mandated – and that the district is in the process of developing its revised curriculum to meet state standards,” the superintendent waffled.
What’s next? Live sex shows?? Disgusting!! What happened to reading, writing and arithmetic??
— Daniel Preston (@buffydog1) April 11, 2022
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie commented that this is “just a further indication of the crazy liberal policies of my successor, Phil Murphy.”
“He’s on the left of the progressive movement, and this kind of stuff just should not be going on,” Christie told Fox News Radio on Friday. “But the fact is that the individual school districts in New Jersey feel empowered by the people who are now in charge of education. Phil Murphy, the governor of New Jersey and his, you know, the people he’s absolutely beholden to the teachers union and the mayor in New Jersey. Those are the people who are running the show now, and it’s just wrong.”
The agenda has swung so far left in an attempt to sexualize our precious children that parents are fighting back. Based on the overwhelming outreach I have received from parents, Democrats should expect a reckoning this fall. 3/3
— Sen. Holly Schepisi (@HollySchepisi) April 8, 2022
Gov. Phil Murphy has stated that parents should “absolutely” have a say in their kids’ education but also that “some are using this as an opportunity to score political points and to further divide us – us vs. them – and I say that on behalf of the LGBTQIA+ communities.”
A press release from Insider NJ noted, “Senator Jim Holzapfel and Assemblymen Greg McGuckin and John Catalano today berated Governor Murphy’s Democrat-led Legislature in Trenton for the ‘woke’ curriculum that elementary school students will find when they crack open their schoolbooks next fall.”
“As the result of legislation passed and signed into law in 2019 and 2021, combined with updated health and physical education standards promulgated by the State Board of Education in 2020, students as young as Kindergarten will role play about gender types and pressure to conform, and by 8th Grade they will learn about vaginal, oral and anal sex,” it shockingly added.
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