Parents rallying to fight R-rated sex ed

Saturday, April 14, 2018
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

Sex Ed Sit Out websiteA grassroots movement of moms has now turned into a literal global effort.

Speaking on April 12 on the "Janet Mefferd Live" program on American Family Radio, Elizabeth Johnston said efforts to organize a Sex Ed Sit Out on April 23 are now getting national and international attention.

Johnson, better known as the "Activist Mommy," is a wife and a mother to 10 children who has said she left behind her "comfort zone" to debate and discuss politics and culture. 

Johnson told the program that the "Sit Out" idea came after young children are subjected to controversial sex education curriculum that includes graphic descriptions.

Gender Unicorn (sex unknown)"They're being taught this at taxpayer expense and it's called comprehensive sex education," Johnson advised. "We decided to stop griping out it and actually do something about it, and so we decided back in November to organize a Sex Ed Sit Out for April 23."

What began with few if any resources, and only one press event planned for Charlotte, North Carolina, now involves press events scheduled across America and even in Canada and Australia.

Johnston chalks it up to the desperate cry of parents here and abroad.

"This little grassroots movement of moms has turned into a global movement to fight the sexualization of children by special interest groups in our schools like Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and Planned Parenthood," she suggested. "They are in our schools as we speak."


Editor's Note: American Family Radio is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.

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