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California school district's sex education curriculum includes 'genderbred identity' for men: 'Horrible'

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Exclusive – A school district in California uses a curriculum that includes men with a “genderbred identity” in sex education, Fox News Digital learned.

The “genderbred identity” was discovered by a public records request for a sex education curriculum for middle and high school students called “Teen Talk” purchased by the Newport Mesa Unified School District. Teen Talk is taught to thousands of students throughout California.

The male “gender” section of “Identity on the Gender Bullet” includes a video about “What it’s like to be transgender in high school,” in which two teens discuss the transition. The male minds of the “genderbred” represented various sexual orientations, including pansexual, homosexual, asexual, and heterosexual. The rainbow-colored brain in “Genderbred” represents a person’s gender identity.

Fox News Digital spoke with a California-area mother who said she was concerned about how the sexual curriculum would affect her children.

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California's Newport Mesa School District includes a

California’s Newport Mesa School District includes a “genderbred identity” and asks students to discuss sex education with a “trusted adult” over the age of 18 who may not be the child’s parent. I’m here.
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“It’s scary,” said Haley Jenkins. “And they’re trying to create a little ‘genderbread’ guy to make it look more fun. And it’s for younger kids, and it’s charming, but confusing.” [for them].”

Jenkins is currently homeschooling her daughter.She said the curriculum can have far-reaching effects on children in the district, even if they don’t attend public school. [who are in the district’s schools… As they get older, they go to their friends to talk about things. They don’t come to their parents as much. So maybe my kids aren’t getting this specific curriculum, but most of their friends are.”

“They’re really starting so early to sexualize our children,” said Amy Peters, who put her kids through the Newport-Mesa school district. “We felt like it was our responsibility to teach our kids about what they needed that was age appropriate.”

The district responded to Fox News Digital’s request for comment stating, “The California Healthy Youth Act requires that students receive comprehensive sexual health education once in middle school and once in high school, starting in seventh grade.”

Alicia Beget, a trained school psychologist, says she worries ‘every single day’ about what is being taught to kids.

Alicia Beget, a trained school psychologist, says she worries ‘every single day’ about what is being taught to kids.
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“We use a state-approved health curriculum with select modules that are appropriate for our students, taught by credentialed teachers. Parents can opt out their child from participating in comprehensive sex education. Parents also have the ability to review all curriculum taught in our schools so that they can be well-informed and make the best decisions for their child. We understand that there are varying viewpoints and beliefs and we follow California State Standards for curriculum, while also supporting parent choice.”

The curriculum shows graphic images of genitalia, including the differences between circumcised and uncircumcised penises. 

“Our children are sponges,” said Alicia Beget, a mom in the district who is also a school psychologist. “There’s an influence on our young children, and this is by very much by design [by] Slowly on a progressive agenda [of the]… the sexualization of our children. I’m worried about you every day. ”

“Instead of guiding them with ethical and moral responsibility for access to mental health care, they are instead referring to resources for verifying their gender.

Another mother said parts of the curriculum went against her parents and reminded her of the education system in her country of birth.

Henny Abraham said, “I was born and raised in Iran and finished middle school in Iran. When we lined up for the first day of school, they said, “Don’t tell your parents, just tell us what you did over the weekend.”

If children drink alcohol in the house, throw mixed-sex parties, or see American or European movies, “someone will show up at your house and interrogate your parents,” Abraham said. Told.

Abraham said Teen Talk encourages children to talk to and ask questions about sex with “trusted adults” over the age of 18, who may or may not be their parents.

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“So someone like me came here because, you know, I was 14 when I came here for the greatness of this country. , what happened in a country like Iran, who crept here in search of freedom, and it is terrifying to affect the future of my children,” she said. The goal is to make it clear that our children are not political, they are children, they need to be protected, just because we are trying to protect them And they’re pointing at our kids and calling us bigots and stuff like that.”

“By pretending to be an ally, I feel like they’re fostering this mess, and it’s causing havoc among the kids,” Jenkins added.

Teen Talk has also caught the attention of watchdogs.

Family Watch International’s Sharon Slater told Fox News Digital: [comprensive sexual education] Programs that scored 15 out of 15 for Harmful CSE Factors when analyzed using the 15 Harmful CSE Factors Analysis Tool. ”

“It has the same manipulative ‘values ​​clarification’ exercise designed to deconstruct children’s values ​​under the guise of helping them clarify their own values.” Slater said.

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A man of “genderbred identities” discusses human sexuality, including pansexuality.
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Another watchdog, Stop Comprehensive Sex Education, described their material as “normalizing child sex or desensitizing children to sexuality. “It could be an example of being sexually active, or imply that many of your peers are sexually active.”

Watchdog also lists curriculum stories in which teens discuss sexual encounters in detail.

“[Teen Talk] [n]Normalize these high-risk sex practices and omit important medical facts such as the very high rates of STI infections (i.e., HIV and HPV) and the incidence of oral and anal cancer in these high-risk sex practices. There is a possibility that ”

Fox News Digital reached out to Teen Talk for comment but did not immediately respond.


“We have come together to revitalize and inform the community. We understand that it is a more comfortable state because many parents are in denial… [than] Feelings… uncomfortable with the knowledge that we’re looking at these curricula,” Begett said of her union with mothers.

“I think a lot of educators have made it to the administrative level, but maybe they once had a passion and interest in children and forgot about it,” she said. added.