On Monday, October 28th, concerned parents and citizens won a major victory in the fight against Comprehensive Sex Ed. (CSE) Today I’ll be talking about what CSE is and how you can stop it from coming to your school. *WARNING* CSE is a sexually explicit curriculum. I will be reading verbatim from parts of it. Parental discretion advised.
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Hey, everybody, this is Heidi St. John. The public school system in Battle Ground, Washington has thrown out requirements that teach sex education. We got a lot to talk about, everybody.
Stick around. I think you’re going to be encouraged.
All right. So wow. Where do I even begin? First of all, today is Monday, November the 4th. It’s been one week since my little town in Battle Ground, Washington issued a shot that’s been heard around the world in the fight against comprehensive sex education. Today is the day that I normally talk about your questions, and I’m going to address some of them today, but I really want to bring you up to date on what is happening in the fight against comprehensive sex education.
First of all, it’s really important for listeners to understand what we are talking about when we say comprehensive sex education. A lot of you don’t know what comprehensive sex education is. You’ve never heard of it before. You think, “Well, who cares? Our kids should have sex education.” It’s so interesting to me because most of my listeners, and I think this is true for 90% of those of you who are listening to me, when you think of sex ed in school, you think of the birds and the bees, we’re teaching kids how their bodies work, what puberty is, how babies are made, about avoiding STDs, about AIDS, but comprehensive sex education is a whole new deal. It goes far beyond sex ed. It is a dangerous assault on the health and innocence of our children. This is from the American College of Pediatricians. And as a mother myself, I have been watching with a fair degree of frustration and horror, really, at what is happening in our schools.
So I began to get involved in the fight against comprehensive sex education, even though my kids are not in the public school. And you could say, “Why would you want to do that? Why do you care? Your kids are not in the public school.” Listen, here’s why I care. Are you ready? I care because these kids are tomorrow’s lawmakers. These kids are tomorrow’s grandparents. They are tomorrow’s nurses, and teachers, and doctors, and attorneys, and judges. They really are. And we need to be very, very concerned and very interested in what they’re being taught in school and who is pushing the agenda that our children really are suffering under, and they really are suffering.
So there’s a couple things you need to know, and I’m going to go into comprehensive sex education today because … especially if you live in Battle Ground. Listen, if you live in Battle Ground, Washington, for the love of all things, stop reading The Colombian and start doing your homework because the news is not talking about what comprehensive sex ed is. What they’re doing is they’re talking about the Battle Ground school district saying that there’s no longer a sex ed requirement in high school.
So let me back up and tell you how we got to that point. So first of all, LGBTQ activists have successfully created a highly sexualized culture with devastating results. The answer to that is not more and earlier sexualization, as comprehensive sex education believes in promotes.
And by the way, you guys, CSE, which is the, the short term for a comprehensive sex education … So I’m going to say CSE from here on out so you’ll know what I’m talking about. CSE is in an open, committed relationship with Planned Parenthood, who by the way stands to profit greatly by offering students unfettered access to abortion without parental knowledge or consent. Do you want, let’s say, a political operative teaching your child anything at school? No, because it’s a political organization. And the fact that Planned Parenthood is deeply invested in CSE should be a shot across the bow for any parent. It’s an indicator as to the intent of CSE, which is to sexualize our children and promote dangerous sexual themes to underage students. You guys, this is alarming.
Just so you know, parents, if you’ve got a 10-year-old or an 8-year-old listening to this today, I’m going to use some terminology that’s in CSE so that you can understand what I’m talking about. So I’ve had several people, because I was at the meeting in Battle Ground on Monday, and we prayed over this, you guys, fasting and praying. We knew we were up against a lot, and so we went to the Lord and we basically said, “Lord, you’re the best father that there is. Please come to the defense of your children. Please come to the defense of your children.”
You guys, childhood is confusing enough without introducing controversial sexual topics that even adults can’t agree on. And our children are precious, and we have lost sight of that. Instead of seeing our children as precious, we have begun to experiment with them, and CSE is a massive experiment because we have been duped into thinking that the sex ed that we currently have in our schools is out of touch and won’t work. But guess what, you guys? Our biology hasn’t changed. Babies are still made the same way. Boys are still born with boy parts. Girls are still born with girl parts.
And listen, you guys, if you’re not off the bench and into this battle, can I just encourage you? Now is the time. Now is the time. Comprehensive sex education is teaching our children that their gender is fluid, that it’s a social construct. This is placing an entire generation at risk of unproven hormone therapy and radical surgical intervention. In fact, we are living in the culture right now where the most extreme 1% of our population is seeking to dictate national social policy to the other 99%.
Our children are precious. Sex is precious. And Battle Ground, Washington parents sent that message loud and clear last Monday night when we showed up in droves and begged the board of directors of the Battle Ground public school to please do not do this to our children. Do not require comprehensive sex ed. Now, the board is saying, “Well, it doesn’t matter because Olympia is going to mandate it.” Well, they very well might try, but we’re not going down without a fight.
You see, here’s the bottom line. Doesn’t matter where you are. If you guys just Google comprehensive sex education, I will almost promise you, if it’s not in your school, they’re pushing for it right now. And this is not the sex ed that you remember it, and so I want you not to be, when they come and say, “Our kids need sex ed,” “Well, great. I agree. Absolutely. Let’s give our kids sex ed,” which frankly I don’t know why the parents aren’t doing it. Oh, I know why. Because we’re using the public school system as a babysitter. That’s why. The schools have become so used to us doing this the parents over time now are being systematically denied their most fundamental rights to the detriment of our children and our society. And last Monday night, we said loud and clear that parents want a voice in their children’s education.
Parents should be in the driver’s seat of sex education. They should not cede this precious responsibility to the radicals who wrote comprehensive sex education. We want to decide who shapes the sexual viewpoint and ideologies of our children. The schools have gone from teaching kids about sex to telling them how to have sex. And if you don’t believe me, all you got to do is read a couple of pages from CSE, particularly FLASH. I’m going to get to your questions in a little bit because a lot of you are asking me questions, and I’m going to give you sort of the code names for comprehensive sex education.
But for example, CSE is undermining parental authority. In lesson three, page three it says, “Call your local family planning clinic to acquire brochures and learn if pregnancy testing is confidential for minors in your state.”
In lesson three on pregnancy, it states, “Confidential services include birth control, condoms, emergency contraceptive pregnancy tests, STD and HIV tests, abortion, and adoption— all confidential. Your parents don’t need to know.” They list the pros and cons of condom use. You guys know what one of the big cons was? Wait for it. Wait for it. Parents can find them. They literally say that in the so-called curriculum.
In lesson 10 on page eight, it says, “Give information about where teens can get birth control in your community, including whether it’s confidential and free.” This word confidential is just a code for we’re not going to tell your parents.
Lesson 13, where to get tested worksheet. Here’s the first question. Is my appointment confidential? For example, does a teen need a parent’s permission to get tested? Over, and over, and over again, they drive a wedge between parents and their children. They say parents should not be involved in their children. Hey, parents, you sit down and take a seat on the side. We can take it from here. Thank you so much. Thank you so much, parents, you uneducated, backward people.
Listen, we’re not anti sex ed. I’m going to keep saying it over again. We are anti radicalized sex ed, which is what CSE is. And every parent listening to this should be fighting with everything that’s in them. We want our kids to see sex as precious, not as a casual thing that they can engage in because it leads to all manner of heartache, both spiritually and physically. And every grownup listening to this knows that I’m right, even the people who are pushing this ridiculous ideology.
You see, CSE views sex as little more than one casual encounter after another. Get pregnant? No problem. Have an abortion. We’ll tell you how to do it without your parents ever knowing that you’re fooling around. If you’re concerned you’re not going to know about all the sexual options you have, no problem. Here’s a tutorial in how to use a female condom for anal sex. You guys, that’s in the curriculum.
So don’t write me and tell me how much of a prude I am and how I don’t want our kids to be educated. I don’t want my kids to be radicalized. That’s what I don’t want because comprehensive sex education will teach your kids about anal sex, but they won’t tell them the drawbacks. They won’t tell them about the tissue in this particular part of your body that wasn’t built for that. It’s appalling, it’s dangerous, and it’s not in the best interest of our kids.
I heard on Monday night that they want CSE in our schools because the LGBTQ community is being bullied. All right. Can I just be real for a second? Bullying is not unique to the LGBTQ community. Don’t believe me. Slap a Trump sticker on your car and drive into Portland and let me know how that goes for you. Bullies are everywhere, and I would argue that those who are pushing CSE in the schools against the will and wishes of the parents are the real bullies. Do I sound upset? It’s because I am.
In Seattle, Washington, OSPI did a survey in the Puget Sound area, the most liberal area of Washington state, and 58% of parents surveyed said, “We do not want this in our schools.” But guess what? They don’t actually care about their surveys because they’re doing it anyway. If 58% of parents in the most liberal part of Washington state say, “No, we don’t want CSE,” and they’re doing it anyway, do you think they give one wit about what you guys think in little tiny Battle Ground or Hockinson, Washington or Aurora, Colorado or Tampa, Florida or Richmond, Virginia? They don’t care.
I’m all about solutions for bullying, but CSE is no solution. Bullying is not limited to LGBTQ kids. In fact, I have seen firsthand how conservatives, Christians, and faith-based communities are the target of repeated bullying. You guys should see in my inbox right now. I’m being called backward, ignorant, uneducated, a bigot. It goes on, and on, and on.
You know why we got bullies in our schools? Because we took the Bible out. That’s why. Because we stop talking about kindness. We stop talking about preciousness and the preciousness of other people. We stopped teaching morality that God created sex for marriage between a man and a woman.
And this is not about … Listen, I have friends who are gay. And actually, I have friends who are gay who hate that this is being pushed to children because they know how backward it is. We should be kind to each other. You bring me the kid that’s bullying that kid who says he’s gay or transgendered. He needs to go out to the woodshed with the rest of the bullies. Bullying is wrong no matter who you’re bullying or for whatever reason, but we have got to start standing up to this and saying, “Not on my watch.” These are our kids. These are our kids.
We have engaged in the public school system in an untested social experiment, and the preliminary test results are in, you guys. They’re all over the culture, and they’re not good. We saw evidence here in Washington state that since the introduction of CSE teen pregnancy is up, not down. Why? Because we’re creating a culture of promiscuity. STDs are up. Rapid onset gender dysphoria is happening at an alarming rate. Suicide is up. You guys, this is not just about the bodies of our kids. It’s about their hearts and their souls, and parents have an obligation to protect children from sexual activists, and that’s exactly what CSE is.
I think it’s important for parents in Washington state to understand that a Democrat-controlled education in Olympia who failed to push CSE, which by the way is also part of the United Nations agenda … If that doesn’t make your skin crawl, I don’t know what will. They failed to push CSE through in the form of SB 5395 this year because me and a couple hundred of my closest friends went up there and said, “Oh no, no. They’re going to attempt to do it again. They’re going to attempt to make it state law in 2020, and thereby they will take away all options from citizens. You guys have got to get involved. This cannot become state law anywhere, not just here in Washington, but it must not be mandated anywhere.”
This is incredibly dangerous for children, and we need you to be talking about comprehensive sex education and all the different names that it goes by. So if you hear things like FLASH, run for your life. If you hear My Future-My Choice, run for your life. It’s Perfectly Normal, get out. Rights, Respect, Responsibility, same thing. Over, and over, and over again, the All-In-One curriculum, which is supported by UNESCO, there are so many national and international materials that are CSE and parents don’t know what they are, and I want to just encourage you right now. Like I’ve said before, this is not just happening in little a Battle Ground, Washington. It’s happening all over the world.
Couple of names of some of the supplemental CSE materials, here you go, the G-Spot show, info for teens, dry humping saves lives. I’m really sorry to have to say this stuff on here, you guys, but this is what’s going on. I had a woman say to me today, “Why do you have to talk about this stuff on your podcast?” Because it’s happening and people don’t want us to talk about it, and that’s absolutely why it continues to happen. We want to go back to our little Christian bubble and just expect that everybody will leave us alone, except for that’s not what’s happening. CSE is one of the greatest assaults on the health and innocence of our children that I have ever seen. Because unlike the sex education that you and I grew up with, this is highly explicit. It promotes promiscuity and high-risk sexual behaviors to children, and it promotes them as healthy and normal.
And from what I have read, and I have read the CSE programs, it has almost an obsessive focus on teaching children how to obtain sexual pleasure in various ways. And yet ironically, the CSE programs are anything but comprehensive. They fail to teach children about the emotional pitfalls of the activities that they are promoting. They fail to teach children about the psychological and physical health risks of promiscuity. You see, the ultimate goal of CSE is to change the sexual and gender norms of society, which is why CSE could be more accurately called abortion, promiscuity, and LGBT rights education because that’s what it is.
I’m going to link back to some things today that I really hope you’ll watch. There’s a video that opened my eyes to the dangerous ideology that is pushing CSE in partnership with GLSEN and many gay rights organizations and Planned Parenthood who has dumped who knows how many millions of dollars into this. But, there’s a video called The War on Children. If you haven’t seen it yet, stop what you’re doing tonight. Get your husband, get your wife, sit down, open up your computer, and watch it. It will make you weep, and hopefully you’ll get off the bench.
I keep telling parents, right here in Hockinson, Washington, basically, the school board there passed it. Didn’t even mention it to the parents. They’re not giving parents a voice. Battle Ground gave their parents a voice, and we overwhelmingly said, “No, no, no, no, no.” And I woke up to headlines the next day that were absolutely startling. Battle Ground public school eliminates sex ed requirement, all over. The Associated Press picked it up. We’ve been reviewing this stuff for a year, and here’s what the paper says. “The lessons which were to be taught in grades 9 to 12 were to include materials from the Centers for Disease Control Prevention, Positive Prevention PLUS, the district’s high school health textbook called Essential Health, and Family Life and Sexual Health, also known as,” wait for it, “FLASH.”
Battle Ground Public Schools halted its planning adoption of the sex ed curriculum in 2018 after pressure from families. Then they didn’t listen to us and brought it back. They tried to change it up. They tried to put … They give us the stinky, awful, horrible indoctrination of a sex ed curriculum, and then they put lipstick on it, took a couple things out, and sent it right back. And parents again overwhelmingly said no. No.
According to Seattle, this is what FLASH is going to prepare your students for. Are you ready? To successfully navigate puberty, to abstain from sex … to use condoms and birth control when they do have sex, to confirm consent before engaging, to report sexual abuse and assault, to communicate with their families about sexual health and dating, to make decisions that minimize risk to their sexual health, and to seek medical care in order to take care of their reproductive health, which they should add in secrecy if at all possible. It’s disgusting.
And by the way, when they say that they encourage students to abstain from sex, I just want to read something to you. I’m going to read to you what I read to the board of directors in Battle Ground the other night so you guys can understand why parents said no to this. Listen, this is a script, okay? So this is what … If your kids are listening, please turn this off and come back later. I’m going to give you a second. You’ve had your second. Turn it off.
What’s funny is this is the sex ed that they are saying that they’re going to teach our children. And I’m telling you, don’t even let your kids listen to this because that’s how bad it is. And yet they want it in every school in the nation, all right? So here is the script. Are you ready? This is the teacher talking. “Today we are going to discuss abstinence. Can someone define abstinence for me?” Now it says in parentheses, “Allow students to give their own definition of abstinence and then validate their ideas.” Okay. All right. Okay. I’m going to keep going.
“People have a lot of personal definitions of abstinence. The definition we are going to use in this class is that abstinence means not having oral, anal, or vaginal sex. Oral sex is when one person’s mouth goes on another person’s genitals. Anal sex … ” and it goes on to describe it in great detail, right? Then they say, “Vaginal sex is when a penis goes in a vagina.” Okay.
“The reason we are including all these types of sex in our definition of abstinence is because abstinence is a 100% effective way to not get pregnant or catch an STD. Some people can get STDs from oral, anal, and vaginal sex and can get pregnant from vaginal sex. So we are going to include all these types of sex in our definition of abstinence.” Well, you know what? Thank you very much.
I mean, there are so they are so obsessed with anal sex in this curriculum it’s unbelievable. And they actually don’t … They never describe, because I looked for it. They never described what makes it dangerous.
I had a woman write to me and she said, “Just because you think this is icky doesn’t mean people shouldn’t do it.” Wrong. I don’t think my body was made that way. I think if you’re going to tell kids this is an okay … Can you guys imagine your 14-year-old daughter sitting in class getting this kind of information without actually telling her this part of your body was not made for this, and these are the reasons why it could hurt you? No, they’re not doing that. It makes me a hundred different kinds of angry.
I wonder what Jesus would be doing if he was walking the streets right now or if he was at the Battle Ground School Board meeting last week. I would like to say thank you to the Battle Ground School Board, by the way, who actually said, “You know what? No, we’re just going to say no to comprehensives sex education and not make it a requirement in the Battle Ground schools.” It was a very brave thing to do.
And the response of Planned Parenthood has been swift and severe. They are organizing efforts to canvas our area with materials that will falsely promote what CSE is. They’re all over this. Why? Because Planned Parenthood stands to profit from promiscuous teens who get pregnant out of wedlock and want an abortion in secret while their parents don’t know. It’s disgusting.
And I’m so sorry to be spending my whole podcast on this today, but I had at least three of you ask me about it and ask me if this is something they should be worried about. I’m getting all kinds of names. I really want to give you guys information, and I don’t have time today. I’m going to actually come back on Wednesday. We’re doing a change up here with what we’re going to be talking about on Wednesdays, and so I’m going to have more time to answer your questions on Wednesdays, more time to bring more guests even on the program. And we’re going to keep it real for you because I think you need to understand what’s going on.
But before I go today, I just want to tell you what the Bible says, because I had a lot of you writing me telling me that you’re afraid. A lot of you are writing me asking me questions about terminology that you never heard of. Here’s the big one, social-emotional learning curriculum. If this is in your school, run for your life. It’s a whole new terminology, but write it down. Social-emotional learning curriculum. It is everywhere. It’s everywhere. And like most of the stuff that you see right now, it’s an agenda. It’s an agenda. Second Step, run for your life. They’re not teaching your kids sex ed anymore. They don’t even know how to do it.
But I want to encourage you because I had so many of you write to me and say that you’re afraid. Listen, this is no time for fear. I had one woman say, “We don’t need to do anything. We just need to pray.” Well, that’s not what Joshua. That’s not what Esther … Can you imagine if Esther just prayed and then she didn’t actually go before the king? What if Esther was like, “Okay, Lord, I trust you, but I’m going to stay right here and you tell Xerxes what to do.” No, that’s not what she did. That’s not what Joshua did. That’s not what Noah did. That’s not what the apostle Paul did. That’s not what Timothy did. In fact, Paul instructing Timothy, because I’m sure Timothy had seen a lot with his own two eyes, right? Paul’s like, “Hey, listen, Timothy, God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, and love, and a sound mind.”
In John 14:27, Jesus said, “Peace is what I leave with you. It is my own peace I give to you. I don’t give it as the world does, so do not be worried and upset. Do not be afraid.” Psalm 56:3, “When I’m afraid, I put my trust in you.” Philippians 4:6-7, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your request to God, and the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
What the Lord did in Battle Ground Washington the other night, you guys, was a miracle. It was a miracle that parents in the tiny town of Battle Ground, of which I am privileged to be a part of, could stand up for our children and watch God answer our prayers. And it’s not over yet. It’s not over by a long shot, but it was very encouraging. I saw a pastor from a Slavic church get up in front of the school board and say that he had been given the responsibility of shepherding over 700 children in his church. And he said, “If you pass this, I will have no choice but to tell the parents in my church they need to pull their children out of these schools.” And you know what? I’m going to take that a step further and say I think it’s already time.
The schools are showing us every single day that they are going to kowtow to this wicked, evil sexual agenda, and it is wrong for our children. It is wrong before the Lord of heaven’s armies. God said it was better for you to have a millstone hung around your neck and be thrown into the sea than to cause even one of his children to stumble. And that’s what we’re doing.
So pray with me, you guys. And in fact, I know I’ve gone a couple minutes over. I’m going to pray about this today, and then I’m going to come back on Wednesday, let you know what we’re doing for the new agenda, and answer a few of your questions.
Father, I thank you for the fact that you have said that you will never leave us and you will never forsake us. Thank you that we read in the Psalms that even though we walk through the valley of the shadow of death, we do not need to fear evil because you are with us. Your rod and your staff, they comfort us. Lord, thank you that in Joshua 1:9 you said, “Don’t be afraid. Be strong and courageous. Don’t be discouraged because the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”
Lord, I pray that you would give us courage and boldness. I pray, Lord, that we would get off the bench and onto the battlefield, that we protect these children. Lord, I pray that you would move us from a place of complacency, move us from a place of fear, move us out of our churches and into the culture, and help us to do it with grace, and with boldness, and with love.
Father, I pray that you’d help us to share your message far and wide because we know that ultimately that is the answer, that you are the answer, Lord, that you bring healing, and hope, and forgiveness of sin, and we thank you for that. Help us, Lord, not to be afraid. Help us to take courage. We love you, Lord, and we lift your name high. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
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