Miami School Board Rejects Textbooks About Abortion And ‘Pulling Out’

Wow! This school board has rejected wakeism… at least for the moment.

Just recently, the Miami-Dade County Schools Board reversed an earlier decision to allow students to use sex-ed textbooks. The vote was 5-to-4 against using the textbooks! Thank goodness.

The board approved the textbooks earlier in the year. They were to be used for the coming school year, but they changed their mind and stopped them.

According to reports, 42 people attended the meeting of the school board to discuss how these textbooks would be used by students. The board rejected the current textbooks, despite 38 of the 42 being in support. 

Alex Serrano is the president of a group called County Citizens Defending Freedom who objected to the textbooks. Opposition to the curriculum led Serrano to remove his children from school. 

“We are not against sexual education, we are not against human reproduction and disease education books, we are for statutory compliance, age appropriateness in the content, factual content, and compliance with parental rights as protected by Florida state law,” he said. He later added, “matters related to their sexuality, to their health, to their human reproduction, to abortion, to access to plan B pills, matters related to contraceptive methods.”

Serrano’s group provided a list of concerns about the textbooks, The Blaze reported. 

According to the scanned pages, books provided information about “pulling out” and even explained the difference between sex and gender. Ah! It’s indoctrination at its best. Unplanned pregnancies are discussed on one page. It said that some “choose to place the child for adoption, or in some cases, end the pregnancy.” As a cherry on top, one book also presented questions for kids to ask doctors like “Will you tell my parents or others the information I tell you?” and “If I want to, can I talk to you without my parents in the room?” 

Serrano is right on target with his concerns. High school and middle-school students need to be educated about certain topics. There are many other things that kids should not learn about. No 13-year-old needs to learn about “pulling out.” 

A different parent, Marika Lynch claimed that the vote against the books “is an attack by right-wing extremists,” who are “trying to censor books all across the country.” 

You’re “right-wing extremist” if your child isn’t indoctrinated. That’s it. 

It contains inappropriate content and should be rescinded. This is the end of it.

Before the school year begins, the school board will go through all new materials. This will be stuff the kids actually need to learn and not a bunch of woke crap. 

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