Leave it to California, arguably the most liberal of all the states, to try to teach sexual consent to kindergartners. In response to recent outrage over supposed “rape culture” on college campuses, a feminist group has proposed teaching this material to students as young as five. Incredibly, they don’t believe this will translate into teaching the youngsters anything sexual.
Take Back The Campus, an activist group comprised of students from three different California colleges, has released an utterly absurd “list of demands,” according to infowars. One of the three demands is “consent education in K-12,” because “college is too late for people to learn about bodily autonomy and respect.”
Meghan Warner, director of the Sexual Assault Commission of the Associated Students of the University of California, supports this movement by Take Back The Campus. “Consent is not just for intercourse. It’s for all aspects of our lives, and people aren’t understanding or being taught that,” she said in an interview with the Huffington Post. “It’s better to focus on everybody, not just the few who attend universities.”
But should “everybody” include 5-year-olds? Many kindergartners cannot even tie their own shoes, yet these progressives think they should be bombarded with sensitive information about turning down sexual advances. Do these people honestly think that someone so young could comprehend that subject?
Alejandra Melgoza, another Take Back The Campus supporter, implored that this “consent education” doesn’t have to be sexual at all. “Concerned parents might think we’re talking about consent in purely sexual context, when really we’re talking on a day-to-day basis,” she explained. Still, she’ll be hard-pressed to find a parent comfortable with giving a group of liberals the authority to decide just how far into the realm of sex-ed the conversation delves with their small children.
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At least one California college student has their head screwed on straight. UC Santa Barbara biological science major, Aaron Fulcher, thinks “kids that age shouldn’t be exposed to material like that.” He told Campus Reform, “A lot of sex ed can be either biased or incorrect, so with that kind of misinformation, it could be pretty damaging to a seven-year-old and their views on sex and relationships later in life.”
Carolyn Everett, head of the Heidi Group Foundation, thinks parents have good reason to be very worried. “Children are being taught about sex and masturbation in ways that ‘shame the children’ so they will not be comfortable telling their parents what they heard,” she said at a recent event.
Share this report if you would be outraged to find that your precious kindergartner was schooled on the topic of sexual consent by a bunch of radical leftist feminists.