Democrat Legislators in Rhode Island Want Children Taught Sex, Specifically Pleasure-Based Sexual Relations

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When you were in school were you ever taught anything about sexual relations? What was the pleasure-based type?  Democrats from Rhode Island are hopeful for this educational enhancement.

Senate Bill 2185, introduced April 21st and “scheduled for hearing and/or considering Wednesday”, set forth new procreative provisions for school children.

Section 16-22-18. Abstinence can be supported by heath, family life, and the law.

Every school grade 6-12 will receive courses in family education and sex education.

To make it clear, people should not be raping.

[C]ourse instruction may include age-appropriate components that are developmentally appropriate and based upon evidence-based programs about consent and the law. Instruction to increase awareness of consent is required before any sexual activity.

All genders will be included in the curriculum, not just “both”. It will also combat negative stereotypes.

Courses on family life and sexual education are suitable for all students regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation.

The program can also “affirmatively” recognize different sexual orientations.

The most important thing is that young people should not have sex with other people. However, the legislature of Rhode Island wants them to know it feels good.

“[Course instruction] shall affirmatively recognize pleasure-based sexual relations, different sexual orientations and be inclusive of same-sex relationships in discussions and examples”

[Course Instruction] will affirmatively recognize pleasure-based sexual relationships and different sexual orientations and include same-sex relationships in discussions.

A House bill version with nearly identical text was released in February.

This initiative was also sponsored by Rebecca Kislak (Democratic state Representative).

“I would just say that we make better decisions when we have more information about the world around us. The better decisions our children make, the better”.

They could even show you porn! This is extremely instructive.

Kimberly Quagan was the mother of a fifth-grader and said that she didn’t enjoy taking the measure.

“Any child under 18 years should not discuss sexual pleasure. These topics can’t be discussed in relation to sexual education”.

She insists that all content must be approved by parents.

Education is rapidly changing. Originally, the school was meant to teach children how to count and spell. They also learned how to locate America on a map.

I think that the joy of it isn’t what children require. But, for tens to thousands of years, people have “informed” each other until our birth.

These are all-Democratic sponsors for the bill for Rhode Islanders.

Senate Bill 2285

Sen. Tiara Mack

Sen. Jeanine Calkin

Sen. Cynthia Mendes

Sen. Bridget Valverde

Sen. V. Susan Sosnowski

Sen. Meghan Kallman

Sen. Sam Bell

House Bill 7166

Rep. Rebecca Kislak

Rep. Susan Donovan,

Rep. Brandon Potter

Rep. Leonela Felix

Rep. Karen Alzate

Rep. June Speakman

Rep. Lauren Carson

Rep. Brianna Henries

Rep. Teresa Tanzi

Rep. Edith Ajello

The legislation does provide parents the ability to opt-out their children by way of letter to the school principal.